Queenslanders storm IM70.3 Western Sydney

Photo Credit: Delly Carr | Triathlon Australia This weekend's Ironman 70.3 Western Sydney - the Asia Pacific Championship, will see 14 Triathlon Queensland members start in the pro field.  Last year's winners,
Aquathlon Champions named at Lake Kawana

Queensland members braved the unseasonably wet conditions at the Kawana Aquathlon last weekend, competing for State Championship - Aquathlon.  Six Triathlon Queensland members - Fletcher Medway, Dominic Scocchera, Jake Hynes, Jake Bartholomaeus,
First athletes named on Commonwealth Games Team

Photo credit: Delly Carr "I don't think I'll ever stop pinching myself"  Gillian Backhouse was grinning ear to ear as her place on the team for next year's Commonwealth
Championship racing at Kawana this weekend

    This weekend's Kawana Aquathlon hosts the Queensland State Championship - Aquathlon and it is shaping up to be a fiercely contested event.   Amongst an impressive field, 11 defending champions have already registered.   The

2017-18 Nissan State Series

Nissan State Series

The Greater Springfield Duathlon is the Queensland Championship for the Sprint and Standard Duathlon, as well as the first event in the 2017-18 Nissan State Series.

Only Triathlon Queensland members are eligible for the Queensland Championships. To be eligible, participants must race in the following categories:

18+ - Standard
14-17 years - Sprint
12-13 years – Enticer
10-11 years – Kids
7-9 years – Mini Kids

These age categories are based on your age at 31 December 2017.

Queensland Champions will be awarded at the Greater Springfield Duathlon Presentations. 

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