Triathlon Australia is now AusTriathlon
We’re gearing up our new brand to showcase the incredible sport of triathlon to more people – and to better support those already involved. It’s part of our renewed focus on growing and celebrating triathlon in Australia at all levels. From September 2023, you’ll notice as we make that change to our new identity: AusTriathlon.
Unstoppable Lauren Parker
Australia’s Lauren Parker suffered a serious accident whilst out training for Ironman triathlon in April 2017. A damaged spinal cord made her turn to para-triathlon and within months her determination to return to racing saw her take the Commonwealth Games bronze in the PTWC category just 11 months after her accident. 18 months later Lauren became 2019 Para World Champion in Lausanne, Switzerland. In 2022 Lauren Parker was awarded a silver medal at the Paralympics in Tokyo. The 34-year-old recently bagged gold at the Paralympic Test Event a week after securing her first para-cycling World Championships, as she continues her remarkable journey towards places on the para-triathlon and para-cycling teams for next year’s Paris Paralympic Games.
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Moment of the Week
Lauren Parker claimed the Female Para-Athlete of the Year at the 2023 AIS Sport Performance Awards.
The 34-year-old becomes the first para triathlete or triathlete to claim victory at the ASPAs since Emma Moffatt in 2009, who won the coveted Athlete of the Year award.
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In a groundbreaking initiative, the AusTriathlon TeamAUS Camp marked a significant moment as Australia’s Olympic and Paralympic triathlon programs joined forces at the Australian Institute of Sport.
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