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Best of 2014: Gomez continues to rewrite history

Best of 2014: Gomez continues to rewrite history

25/11/14 - Javier Gomez Noya has been rewriting ITU history practically from the start of his triathlon career, and this year was no different. Gomez began his campaign for yet another world title at the very first... | More

Best of 2014: A Series of firsts

Best of 2014: A Series of firsts

25/11/14 - In another claim to a slice of history, Gwen Jorgensen’s win in Edmonton went down in the books several times over. While the overall title was hers to lose headed into the final race of the season,... | More

Best of 2014: Jorgensen’s historic Chicago performance

Best of 2014: Jorgensen’s historic Chicago performance

25/11/14 - Gwensanity exploded to another level of excellence this year when Gwen Jorgensen became the winningest female in World Triathlon Series history. While her hunt for her first World Championship title began... | More

Best of 2014: Helen Jenkins’ return to competition

Best of 2014: Helen Jenkins’ return to competition

24/11/14 - Helen Jenkins might have missed last year’s season of competition, but she came roaring back to the rankings early this year making her return a highlight of the season. In her first World Triathlon... | More

The best of 2014: Japan’s sensational season

The best of 2014: Japan’s sensational season

24/11/14 - Today’s top moment is really a succession of standout performances put together by Japan’s small but mighty athletes. Starting in Yokohama, Ai Ueda became the second Japanese athlete to podium at the... | More

Photo competition: Yokohama

Photo competition: Yokohama

24/11/14 - Yokohama was filled with thrills and spills this year, changing up both the rankings and the usual order on the podium. In the elite women’s race, a nasty spill saw then-Threadneedle leader Jodie Stimpson... | More

The best of 2014: Poland’s WTS podium

The best of 2014: Poland’s WTS podium

21/11/14 - Today’s top moment of 2014 goes to Poland’s Agnieszka Jerzyk. Jerzyk first made her name in Beijing in 2011, taking out the Under23 World Championship that year, but had failed to translate that into... | More

Photo Competition: Week 2 results

Photo Competition: Week 2 results

21/11/14 - With so many beautiful photos to choose from, a number of pictures received high percentages of votes. But there was one clear winner, which went to a moment frozen in flight. Suspended parallel over the... | More

Photo competition: Cape Town

Photo competition: Cape Town

17/11/14 - Now on week 2 of the annual photo competition, we touch down in Cape Town. The South African city made its debut on the World Triathlon Series calendar this year and it’s gorgeous backdrop of rolling... | More

Photo Competition: Week 1 results

Photo Competition: Week 1 results

14/11/14 - It seems the crowd was divided on which photo from World Triathlon Auckland should win the prize for best picture, with five of the eight photos receiving at least 10% of the votes. While there were... | More

Photo competition: Edmonton

Photo competition: Edmonton

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Photo competition: London

Photo competition: London

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Photo competition: Stockholm

Photo competition: Stockholm

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Edmonton leaves female coaching legacy

Edmonton leaves female coaching legacy

12/11/14 - The 2014 TransCanada World Triathlon Grand Final Edmonton in partnership with the Edmonton Triathlon Academy and ITU Development are pleased to announce an exciting coaching development opportunity for... | More

Photo Competition: Auckland

Photo Competition: Auckland

11/11/14 - We still can’t quite believe the incredible 2014 World Triathlon Series season has come to a close. From Javier Gomez winning his fourth World Championship title to Gwen Jorgensen scoring her first, it... | More

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ITU World Triathlon Series Rankings
Women
Gwen Jorgensen

1 Gwen Jorgensen (USA) 5085Gold Medal

2 Sarah Groff (USA) 3987Silver Medal

3 Andrea Hewitt (NZL) 3845Bronze Medal

Men
Javier Gomez Noya

1 Javier Gomez Noya (ESP) 4860Gold Medal

2 Mario Mola (ESP) 4601Silver Medal

3 Jonathan Brownlee (GBR) 4501Bronze Medal