Write for Us

Trizone is Australia's premier hub for all things related to triathlon, offering an online platform for in-depth reports, feature articles, commentary, and analysis. We welcome submissions from external writers, continually seeking fresh voices and a variety of perspectives. However, we selectively publish unsolicited pieces, including traditional op-eds, so it's essential to read the guidelines below before submitting.

The best way to understand our interests is by browsing through our website.

REPORTERS: Trizone is passionate about original reporting, whether it's in the form of detailed features, swift reports, or analytical essays. Our articles can focus on local, national, or global triathlon events or issues. The primary requirement is that they provide new and significant insights about triathlon sports, fitness, and health to our informed and enthusiastic audience.

What to send: A 1-3 paragraph pitch. It should outline what you know already, your plan for reporting moving forward, your access and capacity to execute the piece, how it will break new ground, and — this is important — a clear argument for why it matters to Trizone’s readership. Do not send pitches with open-ended questions or a vague curiosity about major issues. Please refrain from sending completed drafts without prior approval from Trizone's editors. Links to your previous work are helpful in assessing the strength of your pitch.

COMMENTARY, ESSAY, AND OPINION WRITERS: Our aim is to offer our readers unique insights and introduce new ideas on significant issues and trends in the world of triathlon. Originality and relevance are priorities. We are not in the market for partisan takes; we rarely publish traditional op-eds that express opinions or argue on current debates.

*Please note: We don’t publish drafts sent by third parties and PR agencies. We do not review drafts sent simultaneously to other outlets. Authors must disclose upfront any financial interests they have related to the topic.

What to send: A 1-3 paragraph pitch. It should outline the heart of your argument, your expertise, or the experience you bring to the topic and — this is important — how it will break new ground. You may attach a completed draft if you have one.

Please send pitches and submissions to editor@trizone.com.au