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2017 Huelva World Cup Womens Highlights

2017 Huelva World Cup Womens Highlights

A calm, collected approach from Czech Republic’s Vendula Frintova at the first Huelva ITU World Cup paid huge dividends on Sunday morning as she won gold by an impressive 36-second margin over Canada’s Joanna Brown in a time of 2:01:14. The USA’s Chelsea Burns finished in third, narrowly beating Japan’s Yuko Takahashi to the line thanks to a blistering final flourish.
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2017 Huelva World Cup Men Highlights

2017 Huelva World Cup Men Highlights

Glorious sunshine and pristine beaches packed with spectators welcomed participants to the first ever ITU Huelva World Cup, where two newcomers finished on top of the podium. Germany’s Justus Nieschlag claimed the men’s gold after a consistent and dominant race, with Czech Republic’s Vendula Frintova winning the women’s race by a comfortable margin over the rest of the field.
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2017 Karlovy Vary ITU World Cup - Elite Women’s Highlights

2017 Karlovy Vary ITU World Cup - Elite Women’s Highlights

Australian Gillian Backhouse won the first ever edition of the ITU Karlovy Vary World Cup after a dominant race, showcasing a magnificient swim, a strong bike and a consistent run in the hills and cobbled streets of the Czech Republic town. Cheered on by the local crowds, local triathlete Vendula Frintova crossed the finish line in second, while American Summer Cook finished third.
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2017 Karlovy Vary ITU World Cup - Elite Men’s Highlights

2017 Karlovy Vary ITU World Cup - Elite Men’s Highlights

It was a day of firsts in Karlovy Vary for the inaugural ITU World Cup. First time ever Gustav Iden (NOR) has won a World Cup, with an impressive performance, and another first Tayler Reid (NZL) got on the podium in a World Cup, as he finished third. Completing the podium, veteran Italian, Alessandro Fabian, got his first podium of the season after some months off racing following the Rio 2016 Olympics.
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2017 Yucatan ITU World Cup - Elite Women’s Highlights

2017 Yucatan ITU World Cup - Elite Women’s Highlights

Collecting her first world cup victory of the season, USA’s Summer Cook captured the win of the inaugural 2017 Yucatan ITU World Cup. After having a breakthrough 2016 season and stepping onto four world cup podiums, the win was long overdue for the American as she will be named the first-ever Yucatan Champion.
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2017 Yucatan ITU World Cup - Elite Men’s Highlights

2017 Yucatan ITU World Cup - Elite Men’s Highlights

Returning to the world cup podium for the first time since 2015, Mexico’s Irving Perez became the first-ever Champion of the 2017 Yucatan ITU World Cup. His blazing performance on the run earned him the victory, which was celebrated with crowds cheering the word “Mexico” as the win came once again for Perez in front of a home crowd.
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2017 Cagliari ITU World Cup - Elite Women’s Highlights

2017 Cagliari ITU World Cup - Elite Women’s Highlights

With 50 athletes taking the start line in the Mediterranean sea, the sprint race in Cagliari proved itself fast and furious, and one of the toughest races of the World Cup circuit.
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2017 Cagliari ITU World Cup - Elite Men’s Highlights

2017 Cagliari ITU World Cup - Elite Men’s Highlights

With the sun out and the water at 23 degrees on the magnificent port, Cagliari was perfect for welcoming triathletes on their second year in on the course, this time for an sprint race on a fantastic set up through the center of the city. And it was a perfect set up for another Swiss triathlete, Andrea Briffod, to surprise everyone with a win on a race with plenty of big names on the start list.
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2017 Chengdu ITU Triathlon World Cup - Elite Women’s Highlights

2017 Chengdu ITU Triathlon World Cup - Elite Women’s Highlights

While she is no stranger to winning, Great Britain’s Non Stanford and former ITU World Triathlon Series World Champion of 2013 has never won a World Cup race in her career, until today. The Brit earned her first career WC gold after surviving two days of racing at the 2017 Chengdu ITU Triathlon World Cup in her first WC race since 2011.
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2017 Chengdu ITU Triathlon World Cup - Elite Men’s Highlights

2017 Chengdu ITU Triathlon World Cup - Elite Men’s Highlights

Starting his ITU World Cup career off on the right foot, Aussie Matthew Hauser earned the gold medal in his debut WC race at the 2017 Chengdu ITU Triathlon World Cup. Taking sixth place in his semifinal heat the day before, Hauser conquered the super sprint distance on day two of racing to earn the winner takes all prize of standing on his first WC podium.
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2017 New Plymouth ITU Triathlon World Cup Men’s Highlights

2017 New Plymouth ITU Triathlon World Cup Men’s Highlights

South African Richard Murray delivered another commanding performance to claim his third consecutive title at the New Plymouth World Cup.It’s been a good start to the year for Murray after a fifth place at the WTS Abu Dhabi event, a win in the new sprint racing on Hamilton Island, and now a convincing win over a credentialed field in a less than perfect race execution.
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2017 New Plymouth ITU Triathlon World Cup Women’s Highlights

2017 New Plymouth ITU Triathlon World Cup Women’s Highlights

Katie Zaferes (USA) has continued the American domination at the New Plymouth World Cup on Sunday, winning the event for a second time, her first in 2014, and the fourth consecutive by the US women.Canadian Joanna Brown stormed home to take her first World Cup podium, and the silver medal from Belgium’s Claire Michel who put herself in the mix the whole day over the Sprint distance format.Zaferes was in the lead group out of the swim, remained alert and out of trouble in the tricky conditions on the bike with her compatriots Taylor Spivey, Kristen Kasper, Sarah True, Chelsea Burns and Summer Cook.
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2017 Mooloolaba ITU World Cup - Elite Women’s Highlights

2017 Mooloolaba ITU World Cup - Elite Women’s Highlights

Australia’s Emma Jackson returned to the top of the World Cup podium for the first time in four years, with a strong all-round performance leading to her win at Mooloolaba on Saturday.
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2017 Mooloolaba ITU World Cup - Elite Men’s Highlights

2017 Mooloolaba ITU World Cup - Elite Men’s Highlights

It was just his second Olympic distance ITU World Cup event, but that didn’t stop Australia’s Luke Willian storming home to take the 2017 Mooloolaba ITU World Cup title in Australia on Saturday.
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2017 Cape Town ITU World Cup - Elite Men’s Highlights

2017 Cape Town ITU World Cup - Elite Men’s Highlights

It was the opening race of the 2017 ITU World Cup season and it could not have got better for the locals. Murray won in 51 minutes and 33 seconds followed by Schoeman on his heels 8 seconds later and Sullwald in 51.56.
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2017 Cape Town ITU World Cup - Elite Women’s Highlights

2017 Cape Town ITU World Cup - Elite Women’s Highlights

It was the first race of the new season and nobody was sure what to expect. Hall won the sprint race in 59 minutes and 34 seconds. Learmonth was second in 59.35 and Japan’s Ai Ueda took the last spot on the winner’s podium with a time of 1 hour and four seconds.
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2016 Miyazaki ITU World Cup - Elite Men’s Highlights

2016 Miyazaki ITU World Cup - Elite Men’s Highlights

It was an event that provided a podium of firsts as Spaniard Uxio Abuin Ares captured back to back wins and the first gold medal at the inaugural 2016 Miyazaki ITU World Cup. While the other two podium spots were earned by Joao Silva (POR) and Gregory Billington (USA), backing up from a top ten finish in Tongyeong the weekend before..
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2016 Miyazaki ITU World Cup  - Elite Women’s Highlights

2016 Miyazaki ITU World Cup - Elite Women’s Highlights

Ai Ueda has finished 2016 on a high winning at home in front of a parochial crowd that lifted her to the inaugural Miyazaki ITU World Cup title.
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2016 Tongyeong ITU World Cup - Elite Men’s Highlights

2016 Tongyeong ITU World Cup - Elite Men’s Highlights

Spain once again stood on the top spot of the podium with Uxio Abuin Ares claiming his first ITU World Cup victory in Tongyeong in a four-way sprint.
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2016 Salinas ITU World Cup - Elite Men’s Highlights

2016 Salinas ITU World Cup - Elite Men’s Highlights

The men’s race was a battle of surviving the masses as Spain’s Castro won the very first Salinas World Cup crown in a sprint finish, securing his second World Cup podium of the year and his first career gold.
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2016 Salinas ITU World Cup - Elite Women’s Highlights

2016 Salinas ITU World Cup - Elite Women’s Highlights

After starting her season with two back-to-back World Cup bronze medals, Kasper finally achieved her first gold at the 2016 Salinas ITU World Cup by outrunning USA compatriot Summer Cook in the final kilometres.
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2016 Tiszaujvaros Men Tricast ESP

2016 Tiszaujvaros Men Tricast ESP

2016 Tiszaujvaros Men Tricast ESP
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2016 Tiszaujvaros Womens Tricast ESP

2016 Tiszaujvaros Womens Tricast ESP

2016 Tiszaujvaros Womens Tricast ESP
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2016 Tiszaujvaros ITU World Cup - Elite Men’s Highlights

2016 Tiszaujvaros ITU World Cup - Elite Men’s Highlights

Russian Dmitry Polyanskiy claimed the top spot on the podium in Tiszy, winning the elite men’s triathlon final followed close by his brother, Igor Polyanskyi. In front of a delighted home crowd, Tamas Toth managed to grab the last spot on the podium.
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2016 Tiszaujvaros ITU World Cup - Elite Women’s Highlights

2016 Tiszaujvaros ITU World Cup - Elite Women’s Highlights

American Renee Tomlin made it clear why she saved some energy on Saturday’s semifinal right at the beginning of the final when she was first out of the water after the 750m swim. She then led a small group that went all together on the bike course including Erin Dolan (USA), Lindsey Jerdonek (USA), Australian Emma Jeffcoat and Spaniard Anna Godoy.
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