The World Triathlon Series, triathlon’s premier competition event is once again upon us as the sport’s top elite athletes are scheduled to line up this weekend for the 2017 ITU World Triathlon Abu Dhabi
In a race that brought as much excitement and anticipation that it might as well have been the Olympic Games themselves, USA’s Gwen Jorgensen claimed her victory with ease at the 2016 ITU World Triathlon Yokohama.
Today’s top moment is really a succession of standout performances during the 2014 season put together by Japan’s small but mighty athletes.
Gwen Jorgensen ran herself into the history books on Saturday as the first women to claim six World Triathlon Series titles clinching victory in Chicago and continue her outstanding form in 2014.
This weekend, the long awaited debut of Chicago on the ITU World Triathlon Series schedule will come to fruition with the women set to tackle the race on Saturday.
Gwen Jorgensen & Javier Gomez took the wins at #WTSYokohama, but there was much more to each race than just those who finished atop the podium. We capture some of the top moments here.
Gwen Jorgensen returned to the top of the ITU World Triathlon Series podium in style in Yokohama on Saturday, as Ai Ueda and Agnieszka Jerzyk broke through for their first WTS podium places.
In this week’s photo competition, the majority of votes went to just three photos. But one stood above the rest. It seems the shot of Ai Ueda spoke to the masses in her peaceful prayer position.
Olympic medallists Lisa Norden, Erin Densham and Javier Gomez along with 2011 Yokohama winner Joao Silva and the 2012 Japanese Olympic team discussed current form before the 2012 ITU World Triathlon Yokohama.
The last champion of Yokohama, Lisa Norden, and Aussie break-out stars Emma Jackson and Brendan Sexton, along with the top Japanese contenders met with the media to talk about racing after Beijing and their thoughts on Yokohama