The third round of the 2016 ITU World Triathlon Series offered up the first sprint distance course of the season.
Summer Cook (USA) took gold ahead of Claire Michel (BEL) and Lisa Perterer (AUT) at the 2016 ITU Chengdu World Cup.
USA's Summer Cook and Mexico's Rodrigo Gonzalez scored their first World Cup victories in Jintang County, Chengdu, in South West China.
The second round of the ITU World Cup circuit threw up another round of outstanding sprint racing.
Mario Mola found his way to the front of the race despite a 10-second penalty.
Claiming her first WTS victory since 2014, Great Britain’s Jodie Stimpson finally earned her way back to the top of the podium.
Spain’s Mario Mola started off the new World Triathlon Series season exactly where he finished, on top of the podium.
Eleven years after losing her leg, American Melissa Stockwell is one of paratriathlon's biggest stars.
Mexico will host the 2016 Grand Final, while Rotterdam, Netherlands will organize the 2017 ITU World Triathlon Grand Final.
American Gwen Jorgensen runs her way to her fifth WTS victory of the season and the world championship title in Edmonton.
Stockholm serves as the final opportunity to earn World Triathlon Series points ahead of the Edmonton Grand Final.
Marisol Casado, ITU President and IOC Member, set out her vision for the organization.
The new triathlon fantasy game that allows multisport fans to predict the elite men's and women's podium finishers at each ITU WTS event.
International Triathlon Union (ITU) Honorary President Les McDonald was honored with the Order of Canada in Ottawa on Friday.
The International Triathlon Union (ITU) today announced the appointment of Antonio Fernandez Arimany as its new Director General.
The International Triathlon Union (ITU) today announced that it will have the largest prize purse ever for the 2013 World Triathlon Series and World Cup events.
ITU President and IOC Member Marisol Casado was recently named one of the top sport innovators by SportBusiness International magazine.
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.
American Matt Chrabot overcame a bike crash and came from behind on the run to ascend back to the top of the Huatulco World Cup podium today.