With four top athletes and three spots to the Olympics, Triathlon Australia chose to leave 2008 gold medalist Emma Snowsill off the team.
Australia's Brad Kahlefeldt opened up the 2011 ITU World Cup season with a victory in Mooloolaba. The fast pace of the day and the difficult course and conditions took their toll on the 72 men who finished the race.
It is the first race of 2011 Dextro Energy Triathlon ITU World Championship Series and all of the world's best have come out to play.
New Zealand's Nicky Samuels used a lead off of the bike to outpace race favorite Emma Moffatt and take her first ITU World Cup victory. See images of the fast-paced race in this photo gallery.
Australia's Olympic triathlon gold medalist Emma Snowsill is back home to start her 2011 competition season after a four-month base training camp in Stellenbosch, near Cape Town in South Africa.
Courtney Atkinson wants to prove he is a genuine contender for the ITU World Championship Series after ending 2010 a long way from his best.
One of the most talked about athletes at the Abu Dhabi International Triathlon this year is Australia’s Chris McCormack, largely because the reigning Ironman world champion recently announced that he’s going to forgo defending his title in Kona to attempt to qualify for the Olympics.
Brendan Sexton aims to earn selection for London next year by upsetting the status quo in Australian Olympic-distance triathlon.
Last week reigning Ironman world champion Chris McCormack announced he would pass on the opportunity to repeat in Kona, and would instead go after a 2012 Olympic spot on the Australian team. In today's Triathlete.com poll, we want to know what you think of his decision.
Australia's Leon Griffin and Madeline Oldfield beat out a tough field of early-season racers to take home the top shares of the $10,000 prize purse available at this weekend's Falls Creek Long Course Triathlon in Falls Creek, Victoria, Australia.
Triathlete.com has confirmed that both Craig Alexander and Chris McCormack plan to be on the starting line in Abu Dhabi.
Two Australians are the favorites to win Saturday's Challenge Wanaka event in New Zealand.
Formula 1's 2009 world champion Jenson Button will race in this weekend's City of Rockingham Triathlon in Western Australia. The racecar driver is known for using triathlon to help him keep his off-season fitness.
Kate Bevilaqua struggled near the end of the marathon and crawled across the finish line to earn her first Ironman victory at Ironman Western Australia.
High bacteria levels at Lake Burley Griffin in Australia's capital city of Canberra threaten to turn this weekend's Crowne Plaza Canberra City Half Ironman into a duathlon.
Triple World Champion and two-time Olympian, Peter "Robbo" Robertson of Australia announced his retirement as a professional athlete.
Some pundits say Chrissie Wellington is unbeatable. She has started nine Ironmans and won all nine. There is no doubt that the three-time defending champ is the favorite, but Mirinda Carfrae may be poised to offer the first credible threat to Wellington’s dominance since Chrissie won Kona for the first time in 2007.
Olympian Craig Walton of Australia says he'll come back to the sport for the short term.