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Immediate Media have announced results from the 2016 edition of their National Triathlon Show, confirming 72 exhibitors and 6,107 dedicated triathletes took part.
One week on from the road-based format in Kalkar, Germany, duathlon saw a Dracula-themed turn at the ETU Cross Duathlon European Championships, as the off-road format of the sport was the marquee event of the 2016 ETU calendar this past weekend.
Flo Dannah topped the British elite performances by finishing in 5th, with Louise Fox closely behind in 6th place. Check out the results and report from British Triathlon.
Braden Currie and Lizzie Orchard captured the 3rd annual XTERRA Asia-Pacific Championship race on an unseasonably cool and windy day at Callala Beach in New South Wales, Australia this afternoon. Meanwhile, Britain’s Jackie Slack picked up a huge 3rd.
Check out the big report from XTERRA’s Trey Garman.
The big long distance action of the weekend took place in Challenge Fuerteventura, and a world-class performance from Will Clarke re-announced him as potentially the top Brit in what is fast becoming a stacked British male roster on the world circuit.
Emma Pooley was also in action, albeit not in such a competitive pro race on paper, and came away with 3rd place.
Also in the race was Joe Skipper, Brennan Townshend, Graeme Stewart and Cat Jameson. Check out the results below.
Professional triathlete Brennan Townshend, one of the most exciting young long distance pros coming through the system and a former winner of Ironman 70.3 Wimbleball and Castle Howard Triathlon, has launched a crowd funder to get him to Kona.
If you’ve ever wanted to support or invest in the career of a talented pro triathlete then this is your chance, Brennan is a talent than can go the whole way. Check out the crowd funding pledge here:
The Castle Triathlon Series has an exciting season ahead for all triathlete levels at the stunning venues with motivational courses. More than a race, but a triathlon festival with live music, camping and children’s activities to help celebrate the tri achievements and keep loved ones entertained.
Take this last chance to enter with the 10% discount before it finishes at mid-night tonight. Enter here: http://www.castletriathlonseries.co.uk/
It was with high hopes that 1,400 duathletes descended on Windsor for the inaugural British Duathlon Championships, and indeed a fair race did see elite champions crowned at the Royal Estate, however poor feedback and reviews circulating on social media show that all was not well at the new British Triathlon blue ribbon event.
Stuart Hayes came away from Malaysia with his first ever Ironman 70.3 podium finish in a time of 4:01:10 in what was a talented field featuring the race winner Craig Alexander and second placed athlete Josh Amberger.
Liz Blatchford was also kicking off her season in style, with a 2nd place performance in a similarly strong womens field.
Blatchford will hope that this will be a platform to push on for the big Kona win she has been dreaming off and has come so close to in recent years.