In this Weekend Wrap Up we travel from the tropical Challenge Cairns to the European Dextro Energy ITU World Championship Series in Madrid, Spain. On the domestic front we tap into the Deuceman Triathlon in AZ and the epic Escape From Alcatraz triathlon in San Francisco, CA.
The world champ takes home the world’s second largest prize purse, Keat runs her way to a second iron-distance win
Australia’s new iron-distance event has a stunning coastal course and endless adventure options
In a day of heat, wind and carnage, Frederick Van Lierde of Belgium won the men’s race and Julie Dibens of Great Britain won the women’s race of the second annual Abu Dhabi International Triathlon on Saturday.
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.
Bockel took time to talk to Triathlete.com about adding Blue Competition Cycles as his bike sponsor, his thoughts on Chris McCormack’s attempt to qualify for the Olympics and how he’s feeling heading into Abu Dhabi.
The best field of long course pro triathletes outside the Ironman World Championship in Kona will come together in the United Arab Emirates on March 12 for the Abu Dhabi International Triathlon (ADIT).
Triathlete.com has confirmed that both Craig Alexander and Chris McCormack plan to be on the starting line in Abu Dhabi.
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