Long-time triathlon specialists Orca extend their reach, announcing a three year partnership with the BMC-Vifit Sport Pro Triathlon Team powered by Uplace
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With a first IRONMAN under her belt, Denmark’s Helle Frederiksen will target her debut in Kona with a new bike, signining with Trek and Bontrager
Triathlon Show London – The UK’s Largest Triathlon Show Returns to London in February 2018. Dates and ticket details here…
British Triathlon have announced the 34 names that will be part of the UK Sport Lottery Funded World Class Performance Squads for 2018
The Daytona International Speedway in Florida will see the return of Challenge Family to the North American market in 2018 with Challenge Daytona
Nottingham will welcome prospective Tokyo Olympians to the city next summer for the inaugural Accenture World Triathlon Mixed Relay Nottingham as the ITU announce their global Mixed Relay Series.
Aqua Sphere is strengthening its long term partnership with Always Aim High, the team behind some of the UK’s most beautiful and iconic triathlons
Entries are now open for the TriStar events as part of the ITU World Triathlon Leeds 2018 for all TriStar 2 and 3 triathletes
Seeking an early season challenge? The Polar Cannes International Triathlon has recently announced its new bike course for the 2018 edition on 29th April
The 2018 World Triathlon Abu Dhabi continues its development and expansion with the addition of dedicated paratriathlon waves for the first time
Founded and organised for several years by Xtra Mile Events, the Llandudno Sea Triathlon will now form part of the Always Aim High Events portfolio of races
Human Race, organisers of the Royal Windsor Triathlon have announced a ‘Sprint with the Pros’ wave for 2018, supported by Emma Pallant and Stuart Hayes
British triathlon brand, Zone3, have some very attractive offers currently on their 2017 range. Check out their Black Friday sale details here.
Human Race are hoping to attract more novices to the 2018 Royal Windsor Triathlon with the introduction of the Macmillan Beginner’s Wave