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Jake Montgomery_70.3 GeelongMONTGOMERY CLAIMS MAIDEN WIN IN GEELONG - HAUSCHILDT MAKES A WINNING RETURN

  Geelong, VIC. (February 7, 2016) - For the first time in the IRONMAN ® 70.3 ® Geelong triathlon’s history, the men’s race was won by someone whose name was not Craig Alexander,
Crowie GeelongALEXANDER THE GREAT CHASES FIVE

Geelong, VIC.   (February 5, 2016) - Five-time world champion Craig Alexander will be aiming to keep his perfect record intact at IRONMAN 70.3 Geelong. Alexander, with three IRONMA® and two
X-TriActionAustralian Nationals to serve as ITU X-Tri Worlds elite, U23, U19 and paratriathletes selection race

(February 4, 2016) Elites, under-23s, under-19s and paratriathletes gear up for the only Australian qualification race for the 2016 ITU Cross Triathlon World Championships, with up to six spots up for grabs to
Noosa Triathlon World ClassNOOSA TRIATHLON - A NEW LEVEL OF WORLD CLASS

2015 Noosa Triathlon becomes the largest Olympic distance triathlon in the world. NOOSA, Australia (February 3, 2016) – Noosa Triathlon can now lay claim to being the world’s largest mass participation
Rising Stars Youth Development Program – discovering the triathlon talent of tomorrowImage3Rising Stars Youth Development Program – discovering the triathlon talent of tomorrow

  GOLD COAST, AUSTRALIA (1 February 2016) – Gold Coast Triathlon in partnership with Triathlon Australia has launched the Rising Stars Youth Development Program; an initiative designed to encourage youth participation and
Bill Chaffey “slows down” as pace hots up for Rio spot_Image1Bill Chaffey “slows down” as pace hots up for Rio spot

Five-time ITU Paratriathlon champion  Bill Chaffey  knows he’ll be ready to go as fast as he can in Rio later this year, if he slows down. Chaffey, the remarkable 40-year-old
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