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Noosa Triathlon Elite Preview

It is almost impossible to pick the winners at major races like Noosa nowdays. The last two years have thrown up male winners that possibly

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Noosa Triathlon Honour Roll

One of Australia’s most iconic races returns this weekend. Who will be added to the honor roll this Sunday?


Noosa Triathlon Honour Roll

Previous Winners:

2012 Peter Kerr


The Ultimate Triathlon Cycling Camp – Noosa 2013

Join Henk Vogels, Patrick Jonker and Ben Johnson as they ride with you through sunny Noosa and it’s beautiful surrounds.

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Noosa Triathlon won by David Dellow and Melissa Rollison

As predicted Melissa Rollison was the one to beat in Noosa in the weekend and the current world 70.3 champion did not disappoint. After coming out of the water over 2:40 behind she won by 48 seconds. David Dellows was the surprise winner in the mens after out running the one of the favourites Paul Matthews, James Sear and Clayton Fettell.

Noosa Triathlon Set for a Red Hot Weekend of Racing

One of the strongest fields ever assembled will take on the 29th Noosa Triathlon on Sunday. Courtney Atkinson will be aiming for an historic fourth consecutive win, but will have to overcome world champ Chris McCormack and Paul Matthews, as well as other quality athletes such as Luke McKenzie, Brendon Sexton, Paul Ambrose, Clayton Fettell, Joey Lampe and Mitch Robins to achieve this goal.

Courtney Atkinson and Caroline Steffen win 2010 Noosa Triathlon

Courtney Atkinson has proved he is the new King of Noosa, comprehensively beating come back kid Craig Walton at Noosa today. Walton was unable to produce his usual dominant bike/run performance, exiting the water only slightly ahead of Atkinson. The lead men quickly formed into a pack on the bike (which included Kiwi Kris Gemmell and Paul Ambrose) with no one able to establish a clear breakaway.