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Julie Derron earns first-ever World Cup title in China

21/09/19 - A field of 34 elite women lined up along Halfmoon Bay to tackle the 2019 Weihai ITU World Cup, over a standard distance race format. The course started with two laps in the waters of the bay, followed by... |

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Athlete expectations ahead of the World Cup in Weihai

Athlete expectations ahead of the World Cup in Weihai

20/09/19 - 2019 Weihai ITU World Cup will be staged on Saturday, 21 September. Athletes will race across a challenging standard-distance course that begins with two laps in the waters of Halfmoon Bay, followed by a... |

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International triathlon tour returns to Asia for the Weihai World Cup

International triathlon tour returns to Asia for the Weihai World Cup

18/09/19 - The city of Weihai, in the north-eastern corner of China, will set the scene for the 13th stop of the 2019 World Cup tour this weekend. The elite men’s and women’s fields include a mix of Olympians,... |

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Australia’s Emma Jackson wins first ITU World Cup title in Tongyeong

Australia’s Emma Jackson wins first ITU World Cup title in Tongyeong

13/10/13 - Australia’s Emma Jackson enlisted the help of her killer run to claim her first ITU World Cup victory in Tongyeong on Saturday, with a 10km split that was 47 seconds faster than anyone else in the field.... |

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Van Coevorden and McShane win heats as Australians dominate Tiszaujvaros semifinals

Van Coevorden and McShane win heats as Australians dominate Tiszaujvaros semifinals

10/08/13 - Natalie Van Coevorden and Charlotte McShane produced two controlled performances to march into tomorrow’s final at the ITU Tiszaujvaros World Cup. The Australians won both of their heats, with Van... |

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Nicky Samuels soars to gold at Tongyeong World Cup

Nicky Samuels soars to gold at Tongyeong World Cup

22/09/12 - New Zealand Olympian Nicky Samuels scored a dominating wire-to-wire victory today in Tongyeong, Korea for her second career ITU World Cup title. Following a successful two-woman bike breakaway with... |

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