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  • Unbeatable Brownlee Scores Repeat Win in Madrid Unbeatable Brownlee Scores Repeat Win in Madrid (Jun 06)
    Reigning ITU World Champion Alistair Brownlee proved that even an injury can’t slow him down, as the 22-year-old Brit won on a very hot day at the Dextro Energy...
  • Miguel Indurain Tackles Tri in Madrid Miguel Indurain Tackles Tri in Madrid (Jun 06)
    Five-time Tour de France Champion Miguel Indurain competed in his first triathlon event on Saturday, racing in the cycling leg of a triathlon relay at the Dextro Energy...
  • Spirig Runs to Win in Madrid Spirig Runs to Win in Madrid (Jun 05)
    Switzerland continues to roll through the 2010 Dextro Energy Triathlon ITU World Championship Series season, as veteran Nicola Spirig ran away with round three of the...
  • Madrid Press Conference Madrid Press Conference (Jun 04)
    Dozens of Spanish journalists gathered in Madrid’s Casa de Campo Park for a press conference to kick off the Dextro Energy Triathlon ITU World Championship Madrid...
  • The Word on Brownlee The Word on Brownlee (Jun 04)
    Reigning world champion Alistair Brownlee’s return to racing after recovering from a stress fracture obviously has a lot of people talking, and with good reason: The...
  • 2010 Madrid Preview 2010 Madrid Preview (May 27)
    The third round of the Dextro Energy Triathlon ITU World Championship Series touches down in Madrid, Spain next weekend, with the women set to race on Saturday, June...
  • Team Profile: Russia Team Profile: Russia (May 26)
    Ten years ago, it would have seemed impossible that Russia could occupy two of the top three spots in the ITU world rankings. Today that scenario is more than just a...
  • Greg Bennett to Race for United States Greg Bennett to Race for United States (May 26)
    Veteran Australian triathlete Greg Bennett has had a request to be released from racing for Australia granted by the Triathlon Australia Board. Bennett, 38, has held...
  • Team Profile: France Team Profile: France (May 21)
    Triathlon has a long history in France. ITU was founded in Avignon, France in 1989. Avignon hosted the first ITU World Championship that same year. San Diego is...
  • Daley Thompson to Coach Laureus Triathletes Daley Thompson to Coach Laureus Triathletes (May 20)
    Britain’s most successful multi-sport athlete, Daley Thompson, has signed up to act as team coach for the 25 fundraisers racing for the Laureus Sport for Good...
  • Hy-Vee History Hy-Vee History (May 17)
    After only three years in existence, the Hy-Vee Des Moines ITU Elite Cup has already become one of the most important triathlon events in the world, consistently...
  • Tim Don Excels at Great Manchester 10K Tim Don Excels at Great Manchester 10K (May 17)
    Former triathlon World Champion Tim Don showed that triathletes can keep pace with the world’s best athletes, finishing seventh overall, less than a minute behind...
  • Series Leaders: Riveros Diaz and Brukhankov Series Leaders: Riveros Diaz and Brukhankov (May 12)
    Only two months ago, Barbara Riveros Diaz and Alexander Brukhankov were relative unknowns in the triathlon world. That all changed on April 11 in Sydney, when Riveros...
  • Frodeno Sprints to Victory in Seoul Frodeno Sprints to Victory in Seoul (May 08)
    Jan Frodeno, the 2008 Beijing Olympic gold medallist, won a thrilling sprint to the finish over Australia’s Courtney Atkinson at today’s Dextro Energy Triathlon ITU...
  • Ryf Sprints to Win in Seoul Ryf Sprints to Win in Seoul (May 08)
    Switzerland’s Daniela Ryf pulled off the sprint of her life to win in the final stretch of the Dextro Energy Triathlon ITU World Championship Seoul in Korea this...

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