The Vattenfall World Triathlon Stockholm welcomed a new name to the list of World Triathlon Series winners. Let’s look a little deeper into the statistics and stories from Stockholm from Columbia Threadneedle.
Javier Gomez captured his second WTS win and sixth podium of the season at World Triathlon Stockholm. The win makes his drive to become the first athlete to win five ITU World Championship titles very much alive with just two races in the season left.
The always impressive Javier Gomez is the man to beat in Stockholm, as are compatriots Mario Mola and Fernando Alarza, the three of whom top the Columbia Threadneedle Rankings.
With just three races left on the 2016 calendar, the points race for World Championship crowns has heated up as the World Triathlon Series heads to Stockholm.
The USA’s Sarah Groff pulled off her first ever World Triathlon Series win just seven days ahead of the Edmonton Grand Final at the World Triathlon Stockholm.
Just one week ahead of the Edmonton Grand Final, Jonathan Brownlee (GBR) reasserted himself as one to watch in the fight for the World Championship title with a win at the World Triathlon Stockholm.
In a final hunt for World Triathlon Series points ahead of the Edmonton Grand Final, the men’s race is set to be a serious battle with all the heavyweights throwing their weight behind Stockholm.
Important points are on the line in the lead up to the Edmonton Grand Final in the women's race this weekend in Stockholm.
When it comes to a scenic race, you simply can't beat Stockholm. Add in the world's top triathletes competing on one of the hardest courses on the WTS circuit and it's a recipe for some seriously stunning photos.