The 2017 World Triathlon Series speeds up this weekend on Australia's Gold Coast. Some of the athletes who will toe the startline for the sprint race spoke to the media on Thursday.
The 2017 ITU World Triathlon Series officially debuted with an exciting and emotional sprint finish that saw New Zealand’s Andrea Hewitt take the gold at the 2017 ITU World Triathlon Abu Dhabi.
Two-time reigning world champion and Olympic gold medallist Gwen Jorgensen will attempt to defend her title over top-ranked Flora Duffy on Saturday, September 17 at 3:30pm.
With #WTSEdmonton being the final WTS race before the Grand Final takes place in Cozumel, some of the elites took the time to chat with the local Canadian media to discuss the anticipations of Sunday's competition
After an impressive performance that saw her race on her own in both the bike and run legs, Bermuda’s Flora Duffy was able to finally capture her first-ever career World Triathlon Series title at the 2016 Vattenfall World Triathlon Stockholm.
On May 15, 2014 the Rio de Janeiro Olympic qualification period began in Yokohama. This weekend the same course that started this process, will also be the course that ends it.
In a race that showcased two hours of pure entertainment and excitement, Great Britain's Helen Jenkins was named the victor of Gold Coast, earning herself her first World Triathlon Series win since 2012.
When it comes to final WTS podiums, Andrea Hewitt owns the most! That is why she is our next Best of 2015 moment!
For the first time in triathlon history, a female elite has won back-to-back World Championships. USA’s Gwen Jorgensen was crowned royalty on Friday after winning her 12th straight