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Australia are ITU Mixed Relay World Champions

HAMBURG, GERMANY — In Mixed Relay’s first event since the announcement to be included as an official Olympic sport for the Tokyo 2020 Programme, Australia put forth a fierce come from behind finish to claim its first-ever World Championship title with a team of Charlotte McShane, Matthew Hauser, Ashleigh Gentle and Jacob Birtwhistle. Australia crowned […]
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Hauser, Stanford first wins at Chengdu World Cup

CHENGDU, CHINA –  To conclude the season’s first semifinal/finals race format of the season, Australia’s Matthew Hauser and Great Britain’s Non Stanford earned first-time career World Cup wins at the 2017 Chengdu ITU Triathlon World Cup on Sunday. Matthew Hauser wins Chengdu World Cup Race Starting his ITU World Cup career off on the right […]
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Ironman group acquires CITY2SURF

The IRONMAN Group, a Wanda Sports Holdings company, today announced that it has signed an agreement to acquire four mass-participation events from Nine’s events and entertainment division (formerly Fairfax Events and Entertainment), including the world’s largest fun run, The Sun-Herald City2Surf ® presented by Westpac, which takes place in the heart of Sydney every August […]
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Mixed Relay champions at Commonwealth Games

Triathlon Mixed Relay - Australia Gold Coast

GOLD COAST, AUSTRALIA – With a near flawless performance, Australia grabbed the gold medal in the 2018 Gold Coast Triathlon Mixed Relay. Gillian Backhouse, Matthew Hauser, Ashleigh Gentle and Jacob Birthwhistle added the Commonwealth Games crown to last year’s world championship title, with Team England finishing in second, and New Zealand grabbing the bronze medal. [Read more…]

Jeff Riseley takes 1000m record

The 14-year-old Australian and Oceania 1000m record of Grant Cremer is no longer, with Glasgow 2014 bound Jeff Riseley (Vic) clocking 2:16.09 to improve the previous mark by half a second at the 53rd Golden Spike in Ostrava (CZE). Delivering third place in the race, the performance launched the European campaign of the two-time Olympian […]

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Head coach, Hollingsworth, suspended

Eric Hollingsworth, head coach of the Australian athletics team at the Commonwealth Games, has been suspended after publicly criticising team captain and Olympic 100 metre hurdles champion Sally Pearson. It followed a  feud between the duo allegedly dating back to the World Indoor Athletics Championships in Sopot in March. Hollingsworth was critical of Pearson’s performance […]

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Jackson defends Tongyeong ITU title

Emma Jackson (AUS) stormed to victory to defend her 2013 title at the 2014 Tongyeong ITU Triathlon World Cup. The Australian held on her own on the bike, before a final fight for the line secured… Tongyeong ITU Triathlon World Cup Emma Jackson (AUS) stormed to victory to defend her 2013 title at the 2014 […]

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NASS membership for best

Athletics Australia (AA) will today extend the offer of National Athlete Support Structure (NASS) membership to 102 of the nation’s best athletes. Set to capture 65 able-bodied and 37 para-athletes including Moscow 2013 medallists Sally Pearson (Qld), Jared Tallent (Vic) and Kim Mickle (WA) and para-athletics world champions Evan O’Hanlon (ACT) and Scott Reardon (NSW), […]

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Gregson wins Queen Street Mile

Queen Street Golden Mile – 1 April 2013 Thirty years on and the Queen Street mile still has the magic and excitement as the runners scorch down the City strip in slick times. Ryan Gregson of Australia had the speed when it counted over the final 100m to race home the winner in 3m 48.58s, […]

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Brittany Dutton is Youth Olympic Champion

Brittany Dutton - 2014 Youth Olympic Champion

Australia’s Brittany Dutton rode a gutsy solo bike breakaway to claim Youth Olympic gold in Nanjing on Sunday August 17 and continue Australia’s stellar success in women’s triathlon competition at the Olympic Games. [Read more…]