ITU World Triathlon Hamburg garners larger television audience than Tour de France.
In the seventh edition of the ITU Triathlon Mixed Relay World Championships, France scored its first World Championship title in a down to the line fight edging out Great Britain.
Proving that she is also capable at dominating in a sprint, USA’s Gwen Jorgensen claimed victory at the 2015 World Triathlon Series Hamburg on Saturday.
After having to suffer from a fifty-day hiatus, the World Triathlon Series is finally back as it returns to Hamburg, Germany this weekend with a studded list of athletes.
ITU is pleased to confirm the 2016 ITU World Triathlon Series calendar. In its eighth season, the World Triathlon Series will feature at least eight stops, with two cities debuting for the first time.
Team Great Britain asserted themselves as the most successful in Mixed Relay history in Hamburg on Saturday, collecting their third World Championship title on the back of two stellar Brownlee performances.
Alistair Brownlee (GBR) said he was relieved afterwards to be back to his 'old self,' as the most successful man in World Triathlon Series history finally captured his first win in 2014.
In addition to the men’s and women’s elite races that will compete as a part of the World Triathlon Hamburg this weekend, the fifth edition of the Mixed Relay World Championship title will be decided on Sunday.
All of the big players in the men's race will meet in Hamburg for a mighty quick splash and dash sprint race that promises to be a nail-biter as the Series comes down to just three races left.
In its fifth year on the World Triathlon Series calendar, Hamburg will again serve up double the dose of action with a fast and furious sprint elite races followed by the Mixed Relay World Championships.