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Emma Moffatt and Erin Densham perform well behind new ITU record holder Paula Findlay

Beijing Olympians Emma Moffatt and Erin Densham have continued Australia’s encouraging performances at this weekend’s Dextro Energy ITU World Championship Triathlon Series, finishing fourth and eighth respectively behind untouchable Canadian Paula Findlay in Kitzbuhel, Austria today.



Photography: Delly Carr /, Trizone

Beijing Olympians Emma Moffatt and Erin Densham have continued Australia’s encouraging performances at this weekend’s Dextro Energy ITU World Championship Triathlon Series, finishing fourth and eighth respectively behind untouchable Canadian Paula Findlay in Kitzbuhel, Austria today.

Paula-Findlay-and-Emma-Moffatt-ITU-Kitzbuhel-2011-DEL_1728It was the first time in the Series that Moffatt has threatened the podium after a pair of 13th placings in the opening two rounds in Sydney and Madrid. 

Her fellow Beijing Olympian Densham, who has battled health and illness over the last 18 months produced her best Olympic distance race for some time to also finish in the top ten, hanging on well over the closing stages of the run.

Moffatt gave herself every chance of a podium finish, valiantly trying to stay in touch with the leaders who broke away from the four-time world championship race winner with three kilometres to run.

As hard as she tried, Moffatt couldn’t go with the Maple Leaf’s latest star Findlay who went on to claim a record-equalling third straight World Series win this season over her British combatant Helen Jenkins, with the USA’s Sarah Groff producing her first ever podium finish.

The Australian girls efforts and the performances of Brad Kahlefeldt (fifth) and Jamie Huggett (22nd) in yesterday’s men’s race has given the Aussies a huge boost as they head back to their French training camp in Aix le Bain to prepare for their major goals of the season – to peak for the Hamburg (July 16 and 17) and London (August 6 and 7) races and Olympic selection.

Australia’s National and AIS Head Coach Shaun Stephens was “more than satisfied and relieved” with his team’s efforts over the weekend.

“We all sat down as a group after the disappointments in Madrid and there were a lot of sorry faces that’s for sure,” said Stephens.

“They all agreed they had to make some changes and they knew they couldn’t rely on their past performances in the swim – they had to start with more aggression and most of them were able to do that.

“And they knew they had to stay in touch to have any chance of improving their placings and I was happy with their efforts and somewhat relieved that we are getting back on track.

“We always targeted Hamburg and London and we are looking forward now to getting a solid block of training in over the next month.

“Moffy is threatening again and she knows what she has to do to match it with those leading girls and it was great to see the old Erin back – she has certainly been through her ups and downs.”

Kinder weather conditions greeted the women with an earlier start than yesterday’s men’s race and it was blue skies replacing the rain and wind for the first hour of the race at least before intermittent rain, hail and shine greeted the field during the second half of the race.

Felicity-Abram-Sydney-ITU-2011Monterrey World Cup winner Sarah Haskins from the USA produced the swim of the weekend to lead the field by over 20 seconds with Moffatt 37 seconds behind and fellow Australians Anabelle Luxford 57 seconds behind and Densham, Felicity Abram and Felicity Sheedy-Ryan making up the Aussie contingent in the second half of the field.

The Australian girls had adhered to their coach’s instructions: “Don’t lose touch on the swim.”

It was Haskins and British Olympian and former world champion Jenkins who linked up to share the lead over the first three laps on the bike with the 20-strong chase group, including Luxford, Densham and Moffatt, riding hard to catch the breakaways.

By the bell lap on the bike it was champion biker Luxford who positioned herself at the front of the bike pack with New Zealand’s top rider Mooloolaba World Cup winner Nicky Samuels.

Felicity-Sheedy-Ryan-Sydney-ITU-2011World champion Moffatt and Canada’s 22-year-old dual winner in Sydney and Madrid Findlay aligned themselves in the pack as the field jostled for the transition into the run.

But it was 27-year-old Jenkins who took the field out on the first run lap, with Densham and Findlay, the USA trio Haskins, Laura Bennett, Sarah Groff and Chile’s Barbara Riveros amongst the leading runners.

Moffatt also put herself within striking distance as scattered rain and sunshine greeted the runners on different stretches of the course.

The further the race went the combatants from Madrid, Findlay and Jenkins edged to the front with Moffatt, Riveros and Groff forming a break away as Japanese athlete Al Ueda mounted her challenge after coming from 39th place in the second chase pack on the bike – 35 seconds behind at the start of the run.

Findlay, Jenkins, Moffatt and Groff then dropped Riveros as Ueda gradually picked off the field one by one in a stunning running performance, pushing to eighth place with four kilometres left and eventually finishing seventh.

With three kilometres to run it was Moffatt who dropped off the lead group, with Findlay, Jenkins and Groff setting up the podium finish as they approached the bell lap.

Findlay and Jenkins, as they did in Madrid then took off, dropping Groff.

Fortune again favoured the brave as Findlay broke away on an incline in the run home to edge in front of Jenkins to record her third win of the season and her record fifth World Championship race victory.

Australia’s other starters Felicity Abram finished 49th with Felicity Sheedy-Ryan 52nd while Luxford withdrew after working hard to bring the field through the 40km bike course.

Dextro Energy Triathlon ITU World Championship website

Pos Name Country Time Swim  Bike  Run 
1 Paula Findlay CAN 2:05:52 0:19:25 1:10:06 0:34:54
2 Helen Jenkins GBR 2:05:56 0:18:44 1:10:49 0:35:00
3 Sarah Groff USA 2:06:27 0:19:01 1:10:31 0:35:27
4 Emma Moffatt AUS 2:06:31 0:19:00 1:10:30 0:35:27
5 Barbara Riveros Diaz CHI 2:06:41 0:19:23 1:10:12 0:35:49
6 Laura Bennett USA 2:06:44 0:18:55 1:10:36 0:35:46
7 Ai Ueda JPN 2:07:00 0:19:51 1:10:06 0:35:37
8 Erin Densham AUS 2:07:03 0:19:25 1:10:00 0:36:13
9 Svenja Bazlen GER 2:07:10 0:19:10 1:10:21 0:36:17
10 Nicky Samuels NZL 2:07:11 0:19:25 1:10:04 0:36:19
11 Andrea Hewitt NZL 2:07:13 0:19:22 1:10:07 0:36:20
12 Kate McIlroy NZL 2:07:16 0:19:22 1:10:10 0:36:20
13 Zurine Rodriguez ESP 2:07:24 0:19:25 1:10:12 0:36:27
14 Kathrin Muller GER 2:07:33 0:19:20 1:10:09 0:36:42
15 Sarah Haskins USA 2:07:37 0:18:23 1:10:52 0:36:44
16 Melanie Annaheim SUI 2:07:46 0:19:13 1:10:19 0:36:53
17 Ainhoa Murua ESP 2:07:50 0:19:09 1:10:15 0:36:54
18 Lisa Mensink NED 2:07:55 0:19:19 1:10:10 0:37:01
19 Jodie Stimpson GBR 2:08:01 0:19:06 1:10:27 0:36:58
20 Jessica Harrison FRA 2:08:06 0:18:58 1:10:31 0:37:11
21 Anja Dittmer GER 2:08:12 0:19:46 1:10:09 0:36:54
22 Debbie Tanner NZL 2:08:13 0:19:23 1:10:04 0:37:20
23 Kate Roberts RSA 2:08:15 0:19:31 1:10:24 0:36:56
24 Zsofia Kovacs HUN 2:08:20 0:19:33 1:10:15 0:37:00
25 Sarissa De Vries NED 2:08:20 0:19:04 1:10:31 0:37:24
26 Yuka Sato JPN 2:08:21 0:19:22 1:10:11 0:37:23
27 Liz Blatchford GBR 2:08:27 0:19:14 1:10:37 0:37:07
28 Akane Tsuchihashi JPN 2:08:42 0:19:30 1:10:24 0:37:17
29 Alice Betto ITA 2:08:44 0:19:10 1:10:23 0:37:47
30 Sarah Fladung GER 2:08:51 0:19:23 1:10:40 0:37:26
31 Irina Abysova RUS 2:08:56 0:19:21 1:10:35 0:37:18
32 Kathy Tremblay CAN 2:09:04 0:19:45 1:10:03 0:37:42
33 Elizabeth May LUX 2:09:17 0:19:40 1:10:08 0:38:03
34 Lydia Waldmüller AUT 2:09:19 0:19:38 1:10:19 0:37:58
35 Jillian Petersen USA 2:09:21 0:19:42 1:10:17 0:37:52
36 Marina Damlaimcourt ESP 2:09:31 0:19:45 1:11:16 0:36:54
37 Margit Vanek HUN 2:09:35 0:18:56 1:10:51 0:38:09
38 Danne Boterenbrood NED 2:09:42 0:19:34 1:10:14 0:38:25
39 Mariko Adachi JPN 2:09:49 0:19:35 1:10:20 0:38:24
40 Carla Moreno BRA 2:10:04 0:19:24 1:12:02 0:37:07
41 Juri Ide JPN 2:10:13 0:19:31 1:10:19 0:38:45
42 Anne Haug GER 2:10:15 0:20:09 1:11:52 0:36:54
43 Michelle Flipo MEX 2:10:20 0:19:39 1:10:14 0:38:59
44 Annamaria Mazzetti ITA 2:10:34 0:20:03 1:12:01 0:37:08
45 Hideko Kikuchi JPN 2:10:37 0:19:37 1:10:32 0:39:13
46 Alexandra Razarenova RUS 2:10:54 0:19:58 1:12:01 0:37:29
47 Yuliya Yelistratova UKR 2:11:14 0:20:11 1:11:49 0:37:45
48 Rachel Klamer NED 2:11:28 0:19:58 1:11:55 0:38:03
49 Felicity Abram AUS 2:11:29 0:19:47 1:10:13 0:39:59
50 Charlotte Bonin ITA 2:11:55 0:19:37 1:10:48 0:39:55
51 Maria Czesnik POL 2:12:47 0:19:49 1:12:07 0:39:16
52 Flavia Fernandes BRA 2:13:06 0:19:20 1:10:38 0:41:43
53 Rebecca Spence NZL 2:13:19 0:19:51 1:12:01 0:39:49
54 Felicity Sheedy-Ryan AUS 2:14:25 0:20:03 1:15:38 0:37:17
55 Tomoko Sakimoto JPN 2:14:34 0:19:28 1:10:20 0:43:12
56 Lisa Perterer AUT 2:15:57 0:20:00 1:15:44 0:38:40
57 Elizabeth Bravo ECU 2:15:58 0:19:50 1:15:54 0:38:45
58 Zsofia Toth HUN 2:19:02 0:20:08 1:15:39 0:41:50
DNF Maaike Caelers NED 0:00:00 0:21:14 0:00:00 0:00:00
DNF Lauren Campbell CAN 0:00:00 0:00:00 0:00:00 0:00:00
DNF Paulina Kotfica POL 0:00:00 0:19:58 1:12:05 0:00:00
DNF Kerry Lang GBR 0:00:00 0:19:28 1:10:29 0:00:00
DNF Annabel Luxford AUS 0:00:00 0:19:20 1:10:01 0:00:00
DNF Anastasiya Polyanskaya RUS 0:00:00 0:20:00 0:00:00 0:00:00
DNF Rebecca Robisch GER 0:00:00 0:19:12 0:00:00 0:00:00





Karl is a keen age group triathlete who races more than he trains. Good life balance! Karl works in the media industry in Australia and is passionate about the sport of triathlon.


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The Brownlee Brothers Launch New Blood Test for Athletes & the Physically Active



The Brownlee brothers, a pair of well-known triathletes and Olympics stars, have partnered with Werlabs in Great Britain to create a blood test to help athletes improve their health and athletic performance. Those who take the blood test can monitor “the most relevant markers which can be affected by exercise and those that can affect performance.”

Alistair and Jonathan Brownlee both say the blood tests will also help physically active non-athletes. According to Jonathan, “For anyone about to undertake a physical challenge or those who exercise regularly, this test will show if major organs work properly and that there are no deficiencies which could affect your performance.”

The test monitors 34 blood values. The values include indicators of the quality of heart, liver, kidney, and thyroid functions as well as blood sugar levels and essential vitamins and minerals. It can also detect diabetes, inflammation levels, and much more.

So far, the blood test is available by appointment in the UK. You can schedule an appointment, and Werlabs will send someone to your home to draw the blood.

All Werlabs blood tests are venous to ensure quality, and they meet the standards of the UK’s National Health Service (NHS). The company has also received a Seal of Excellence from the European Commission. These factors are what drew the Brownlee brothers to co-create the new blood test package with the company.

Visit the Werlabs Website to schedule an appointment.

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ITU Moments of 2017: Katie Zaferes Crashes Bike in Yokohama, Drops Glasses, Wins Silver



In this video, USA triathlete Katie Zaferes recalls a couple “mishaps” before her silver finish at International Triathlon Union’s (ITU) World Triathlon Yokohama 2017.

Zaferes and Britain’s Jessica Learmonth crashed during the bike leg, and both recovered quickly.

During the run, she was head-to-head with fellow USA triathlete, Kirsten Kasper, when she dropped her sunglasses. She doubled back to retrieve them to avoid a littering penalty and possible disqualification from the race, before beating Kasper to the finish line.

The two people ahead of them were Bermuda’s Flora Duffy and Britain’s Sophie Coldwell, both of whom began the run roughly 70 seconds before the others. Duffy finished first in 01:56:18. Zaferes caught up with Coldwell, knocking her out of the podium to finish behind Duffy in 01:58:09. Kasper took bronze with a 01:58:17. Coldwell settled for fourth with a 01:58:48 finish.

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Matthew Sharpe Spearhead Canada/USA to historic Mixed Relay Win



Long-striding Canadian Matthew Sharpe saved his best till last to out-sprint the USA’s emerging star Morgan Pearson in a thrilling finish to today’s Triathlon Australia Mixed Relay Invitational at Runaway Bay.

Sharpe, 25 held off his training partner as the pair ran shoulder to shoulder in the closing stages of the inaugural Relay event – the latest addition to the 2020 Olympic program for Tokyo.

The two-day event started with 18 teams – 11 Australian teams and seven internationals from the USA, Canada/USA, Canada, Korea, Japan, Hong Kong and Wales – and after two heats on yesterday and a final qualifying heat this morning it came down to an A final of eight teams and in the end two teams – Canada/USA and the USA fought out the finish.

Sharpe, who will race for the Maple Leaf’s in next month’s Commonwealth Games, started the final run leg with a 20 metre lead off the bike as he set off around the Sports Super Centre track with 1.6km to run (after the 300m pool swim and eight-kilometres on the Luke Harrop Criterium bike course).

Pearson, the former US lifeguard and brilliant US College runner (with a 5km PB of 13:36.22), set off after his training mate and had caught him as the pair surged towards the finish shoot.

And when it looked like Pearson may just have enough gas left in the tank, the lanky Canadian surged again to steal the victory for the combined USA/Canadian team with Kevin McDowell (USA), Amelie Kretz (Canada) and Chelsea Burns (USA).

Certainly, an unusual combination of Canada and the USA between the two arch-rivals who rarely, if ever, come together on the sporting field – but this unique format allowed the hybrid foursome to come together under the coaching of Australian Jonno Hall – himself a former Australian champion road cyclist.

“I train with Morgan every day so I know how good he is and what he has to offer so I decided to let him in and then try to outsprint him in the end and it worked this time,” said Sharpe, who admitted the Mixed Team format was a winner.

“It was a great weekend, great racing, great format…happy to get away with the win.”

Pearson had an outstanding team with him with Tony Smoragiewicz, world ranked number four Kirsten Kasper and the talented Tamara Gorman.

Australia No 2 (Gillian Backhouse, Ashleigh Gentle, Ryan Bailie and Daniel Coleman) finished third and were in the hunt all day with Backhouse putting the team in a strong position with both Bailie and Gentle digging deep with superb legs and Coleman hanging on for third with Australia No 1 (Emma Jeffcoat, Matt Hauser, Amber Pate and Steve McKenna) flying home for fourth.

The event, with strong support by Gold Coast City Council’s $3,500 in prize money, will be a regular on the Triathlon Australia event calendar.

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Ironman 70.3 Racine Changes Hands and Repositions as a Short Course Event



The city of Racine, Wisconsin has partnered with Ohio company HFP Racing to announce the Real Racing International Triathlon. The race date, set for July 15th, was originally occupied by an IRONMAN 70.3 event but recently ended their partnership with the city of Racine, Wisconsin.

“Anyone that comes to this event will be impressed…it’s a visual stunner and it will be a race you’ll want to come back to year after year,” said, Shannon Kurek, HFP Racing’s founder. “It’s a major urban setting with the feel of [the Racine] community.”

The race is set for July 15th and is open to licensed professional triathletes and amateur triathletes. There will be a $25,000 purse prize for the professional division in the Olympic distance triathlon.  The event is offering a free individual race entry to all professionals with a valid license card from their home triathlon federation. Early bird pricing for registration ends in March and all registration closes in late June.

The course will start off with a swim in Lake Michigan, followed by a bike ride through downtown Racine and the surrounding communities, finishing with a run along the shoreline of Lake Michigan and through the North Bay and Windpoint communities. The bike and run courses are completely closed.

Kurek was recently interviewed for an episode of the Triathlon BizCast podcast, where he discusses the history of HFP’s relationship with events in Racine, Wisconsin, as well as more promotion on the new Real Racine International Triathlon. That podcast can be found at

Registration to compete in any of the Real Racing International Triathlon events is open and can be found at

For more information about the race, rules and regulations, and FAQs can be found at the Real Racine International Triathlon website at

Resources and things to do in the city can be found on the Real Racine website at

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Super League Triathlon and ITU Sign Memorandum of Understanding



Super League Triathlon (SLT) and the International Triathlon Union (ITU) have announced a pivotal memorandum of understanding (MOU) unveiling a partnership that covers key areas of the sport, with the overarching shared goal of further building triathlon around the world at many levels including youth development, fan building and audience engagement, and general promotion of the sport on a global scale.

The MOU, announced yesterday in Moscow during the European Triathlon Union Conference, sets in motion a partnership that will see SLT and the ITU working together on promoting gender equality, clean sport conforming to the WADA code and ITU Anti-Doping Rules, as well as open communication as key pillars of the cooperation. ITU is also committed to provide guidance in rules development of SLT’s new formats.

Said Michael D’hulst, “We are thrilled to be able to work with the governing body of triathlon so early on in Super League Triathlon’s establishment. We look forward to ensuring safe, fair and invigorating Super League events with ITU, and in so doing raise the profile of the sport.”

SLT will recognize ITU as the governing body of the triathlon sport, coordinating with them and the national federations for all SLT events. SLT will also work with ITU to ensure equality in prize money, contracts and participation of male and female athletes.

“ITU and Super League Triathlon have common goals to safely and efficiently develop triathlon, nurture new talent and provide platforms to showcase great champions globally. By working together to reach these goals and by leveraging one another’s strengths we will efficiently herald in an exciting new era of competition. This MOU represents an important moment for our sport and athletes, but it is only the beginning of what will be a long and fruitful partnership”, said ITU President and IOC Member, Marisol Casado.

The MOU is also designed to ensure that the ITU and Super League Triathlon calendars are regularly discussed to avoid events clashing. “The close alignment of ITU and Super League Triathlon marketing initiatives coupled with the innovation of the Formats and the League will serve to extend the reach of both organisations and bring the potential for greater scope in campaigns as well as through their respective platforms”, said Super League Triathlon Chief Executive Officer, Michael D’Hulst.

Super League Triathlon is a spectator-friendly race series which gives triathlon fans an action-packed and very up-close experience. Fans can follow the best triathletes in the world from start to finish, as the series travels to some of the world’s most spectacular racing destinations throughout the eight-month race season. Super League races are focused on attracting a new generation of audiences with the aim of fostering and inspiring future champions and promoting a healthy lifestyle for the wider community.

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Mixed Relay Invitational now a key in countdown to the Commonwealth Games



Four members of Australia’s Commonwealth Games triathlon team will continue to put the finishing touches to their preparations at this weekend’s innovative Triathlon Australia Mixed Relay Invitational at Runaway Bay.

The Australians – Matt Hauser, Ashleigh Gentle, Charlotte McShane and Gillian Backhouse will be among nine Games athletes from Australia, Canada and Wales who will line up in the 18 teams.

Australia will be represented by 11 teams with Canada, Wales, USA, Canada/USA, Hong Kong, Japan and Korea providing a real international flavour to an event that’s the most recent addition to the Olympic program in Tokyo.

Each individual athlete will complete a 300m swim in the Sports Super Centre 50m Olympic pool; eight kilometres on the bike on the Criterium loop before a 1.6km track run.

Hauser, Gentle, McShane and Jake Birtwhistle (who is in Launceston preparing for the Games) made up the Australian team that won the ITU World Mixed Relay Championship in Hamburg last year.

The exciting addition to the triathlon program will feature for only the second time at this year’s Commonwealth Games (on April 7) after the Alistair and Jonathan Brownlee-led English team who won the inaugural gold from South Africa and Australia in Glasgow four years ago.

Hauser will be joined on the Australia 1 team by the very-much in-form Mooloolaba World Cup winner Emma Jeffcoat and South Australian duo, 23-year-old rising star Amber Pate and another relative newcomer through 70.3, two-time SA Triathlete of the Year Steve McKenna.

Australia 2 will feature Games girls Gentle and Backhouse, Rio Olympian and Glasgow bronze medallist Ryan Bailie and Gold Coast’s Dan Coleman in a team that certainly looks the goods on paper.

Australia 3 will see Wollongong based trio, McShane, recent Abu Dhabi podium finisher Natalie Van Coevorden and latest addition to Jamie Turner’s group in Declan Wilson as well as promising Queensland Under 23 Nicholas Free.

Kirsten Kasper, the 2017 World ranked number four, who was second to Jeffcoat in Mooloolaba, will spearhead the USA team of Kevin McDowell, Chelsea Burns and Morgan Pearson.

Canadian Commonwealth Games athlete Dominika Jamnicky and Emy Legault are the stand-outs in Team Canada while fellow Games representative Matthew Sharpe will join countrywoman Amelie Kretz and US pair Tony Smoragiewicz and Tamara Gorman in the Mixed USA/Canada team.

Two Games representatives Iestyn Harrett and Olivia Mathias will lead the Welsh team that also includes Zoe Thomas and Chris Silver.

Hauser, who was an impressive runner-up to world ranked number four, South African Richard Murray at the Mooloolaba World Cup said the Mixed Relay Invitational was perfect timing leading into the Games.

“We will build this into our taper so it couldn’t be better, said Hauser,

“We’ve got a good 18 teams coming in as well so it’s fantastic preparation for all the guys really and it will be good to see how they’re all shaping up for that Mixed Relay.

“It’s an event that will be at (the Olympics) in Tokyo as well; it’s such a fantastic and exciting event and the Aussies will have a point to prove after winning the World Championships last year and I’m really looking forward to it.”

Hauser’s coach, Gold Coast National Performance Centre coach Dan Atkins admitted the whole reason he believes his young charge got onto the Commonwealth Games team was their strategic plan 16 months out.

“I said to Matt, ‘you know what I think there is an opportunity there Matt to put your hand up … you have raced a lot of relays; you have a lot of experience there and if you keep going out and putting your best foot forward then it will be hard for the selectors not to look at you,’ said Atkins, who knows the inclusion of the Triathlon Australia Mixed Relay will be a perfect pathway for Australia’s younger athletes heading towards future Olympic, Commonwealth Games and World Championships.

“That came off and now it’s a matter of putting his conditioning and race conditioning in place by having those few little hit outs over last weekend and this weekend to hopefully be selected for the Com Games in the relay again.”


The two-day event (with two heats on Saturday 10 am and 11:45 and a Repechage at 8 am the B Final at 10 am and A final at 11.30 am on Sunday) at the Runaway Bay Sports Centre is being supported by the City of Gold Coast with a podium prize purse of $3,500.00 on offer.

Each athlete will compete a full super sprint triathlon of a 300m swim, 8km cycle and 1600m run before tagging their teammate to begin the next leg.

Two females and two males will make up a single team. The women will commence the first leg before tagging onto the first male. The second female will follow before the second male brings it home.

National Performance Director for Triathlon Australia Justin Drew said the concept of a Triathlon Mixed Relay Invitational would give Australian elite athletes a chance to hone their relay skills against each other and to provide up-and-coming development athletes the chance to race against some of the world’s best triathletes, including members of the reigning World Championship team.

“This will provide the athletes with an ideal opportunity to race in what is one of the most exciting events added to the triathlon events calendar,” said Drew, who also praised the support of the City of Gold Coast.

“Our athletes will get the chance to compete in a high-level race situation and hone their skills, which will help develop them for future World Championships, Commonwealth and Olympic Games.”

Australia’s London Olympian and Triathlon Australia Development Coach Brendan Sexton has been tasked with the responsibility of pulling together the event and is excited to get the Mixed Relay to the start line.

“All competition will be conducted within the Runaway Bay Sports Super Centre including the swim in the 50m pool, the cycle on the Luke Harrop High Performance Cycling circuit and run on the athletics track, which will be an ideal venue,” said Sexton.

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