For Australia’s brightest rising stars, this weekend’s Oceania Triathlon Junior Championships in Napier is about more than showing they’re the best junior athlete on the continent; it’s an opportunity to all but guarantee their spot on the grandest international stage.
All eyes are on Napier this weekend, where the picturesque coastal city in New Zealand is set to host the first World Triathlon Cup of the year on February 24-25.
A star-studded start list headed to sunny Stockton on Sunday, with the Oceania Triathlon Para Championships kicking off the 2024 season for Australia’s top para triathletes.
In 2024, the Road to Paris starts in Stockton for Australia’s Paralympic hopefuls. This weekend’s Oceania Triathlon Para Championships in Stockton marks the first Paralympic ranking race of the year. And with just 13 races remaining before the Qualification Period ends, a star-studded start list is ready to compete for ranking points.
AusTriathlon is pleased to announce the election of Luke Willian and Jeremy Peacock to the Elite Athletes’ Commission (EAC), and the appointment of Liam Twomey as Chair.
Professor Georgina Long AO and Professor Richard Scolyer AO’s immunotherapy research has saved thousands of lives from melanoma. But their partnership extends beyond the realm of medicine.
AusTriathlon is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Daniel Wilson and Patrick Murphy OLY to the Elite Selection Committee (ESC) following the release of revised Terms of Reference.
AusTriathlon is pleased to announce athlete categorisation for 2024, from emerging through to podium level across both Olympic and Paralympic programs.
In a bid to inspire and motivate the next generation, Emma Jeffcoat has been sharing her story with schools across regional New South Wales as part of the Olympics Unleashed program.
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.
Lauren Parker has been nominated for two awards at the 2023 AIS Sport Performance Awards.
Lauren Parker has reconfirmed her standing as one of New South Wales’ greatest ever athletes, winning the Sport NSW’s Athlete of the Year with a Disability award for the fourth time at the NSW Champions of Sport Ceremony.