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Andreas Dreitz, Lucy Gossage win IM Emilia Romagna

: Dreitz smashes men's field on the bike, Gossage tops Tine Deckers by 6:56 at IM Emilia Romagna.

Watch this thorXtri video

: We just can't get enough of these extreme triathlons that are offering hard long course races in unique locations, and now share a beautiful video from the thorXtri in Norway.

Smith, Godbe win AG Overall titles at Worlds

: Beau Smith of Great Britain and Jacqueline Godbe of the U.S. win the ITU World Championship overall AG titles.

Duffy dominates Grand Final, repeats WTS World title

: Flora Duffy topped Katie Zaferes by 55 seconds to win the Grand Final at Rotterdam and repeat as World Champion.

Gorman wins Under 23 women, Hauser wins Junior Men at ITU Worlds.

: On a rainy day in Rotterdam, Tamara Gorman topped Under 23 Women and Matthew Hauser won Junior Men.

Luis wins GF, Mola takes World Championship gold

: Vincent Luis of France won the Grand Final as Mario Mola of Spain took 3rd and repeated as WTS World Champion.

Knibb takes Junior Women Worlds; Montoya wins Under 23 Men

: Taylor Knibb finishes Junior Women World Championship career 2-1-1; Montoya leads 1-2 French sweep of U23 Men.

Terry Davis sells Wildflower to Motiv Sports

: Fear not, Wildflower fans, Davis will still run the iconic event, taking a fee and a shareholder stake in Motiv.

Run images from the 2017 IM 70.3 World Championships men's race

: Despite the tough undulating run course in Chattanooga we saw some very fast running times and very captivating battles for the podium. Here now are pics from the men on the run.

Bike images from the 2017 IM 70.3 World Championships men's race

: Ben Kanute put down the hammer on the difficult Chattanooga bike course with a 2:08:10 split, but the fastest split went to Sebastian Kienle who rode 2:07:45. Kanute however finished second to Spain's ...

Currie nips Hoffman in Santa Cruz sprint finish

: Braden Currie of New Zealand edged Ben Hoffman of the U.S. by 1 second at Santa Cruz 70.3.

Gomez wins his second Ironman 70.3 Worlds

: Javier Gomez passed long time race leader Ben Kanute at Mile 8 of the run to win Ironman 70.3 Worlds by 1:22.

Weekend Race Roundup – September 9-10

: Triathlons of note from Australia to Netherlands, Wisconsin to Washington D.C., Germany to Korea.

Ryf dominates for her 3rd Ironman 70.3 World title

: Daniela Ryf finished in 4:11:59 with a 6:37 margin over Emma Pallant to win Ironman 70.3 Worlds in Chattanooga.

Les McDonald, Olympic Triathlon's Architect, Has Died

: The lovable, maddening force of nature that was Les McDonald, the father of Olympic triathlon, has died at 84.

Epic conditions at 2017 ÖTILLÖ World Championships

: High winds and rain made for very tough conditions for the 148 starting teams at the 2017 ÖTILLÖ but a course record was broken anyhow.

Backhouse, Iden win Karlovy Vary World Cup

: Gillian Backhouse dominated the women’s field; Norwegian Gustav Iden won his first World Cup at Karlovy Vary.

Pooley wins her 4th straight at Zofingen

: Emma Pooley won her 4th Zofingen and Maxim Kuzmin became the first Russian to win the classic long course duathlon.

Steger, Siddall tops at shortened Challenge Kaiserwinkl-Walchsee

: Steger edges Molinari by 1 minute; Siddall bests Sämmler by 3:57 at Challenge Kaiserwinkl-Walchsee.

Strange, Pedersen win Challenge Fredericia

: Danes Thomas Strange and Camilla Pedersen won the elite titles at the half distance Challenge Fredericia.

Vanessa Fernandes, Denis Chevrot win Cascais 70.3

: Olympic silver medalist Fernandes overcame a large deficit with sizzling run; Chevrot ran away to win Cascais 70.3.

Haug, Cunnama take Ironman 70.3 Lanzarote

: ITU veteran Anne Haug ran down Lucy Charles and James Cunnama ran away for the win at Lanzarote 70.3.

Piampiano, Passuello capture Qujing 70.3

: Sarah Piampiano of the U.S. and Domenico Passuello of Italy won Ironman 70.3 Qujing.

Sanders, Crowley win ITU Long Distance Worlds

: Lionel Sanders and Sarah Crowley won the ITU Multisport Festival LD Worlds in Penticton.

Stein, Philipp win Zell Am See-Kaprun 70.3

: Boris Stein tops Andreas Giglmayr by 1:27 and Laura Philipp smashes the women's field at Zell Am See-Kaprun 70.3.

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