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Gower Set to Host Penultimate Welsh Triathlon Super Series Stage

This weekend (Saturday 31st) will see the Activity Wales Gower Standard Triathlon host the penultimate stage of the 2019 Welsh Triathlon Super Series, which could see Liam Lloyd secure the series with a victory, whilst the return of Hannah Munday is sure to see the female series go down to the wire.

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Changes to DBS checks for British Triathlon Affiliated Clubs

Affiliated clubs are now able to register one committee member to verify identity documents as part of the DBS process.

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Women’s Connect First GO TRI

Welsh Triathlon will be supporting Women’s Connect First as a partner of their Health and Active Fund Project, ‘Healthy Body- Healthy Mind’, a project aimed at encouraging BAME women and their families to take part in physical activity to create healthy lifestyles. 

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Welsh Triathlon Performance Engagement Days

Calling all budding Triathletes and Para Triathletes. Welsh Triathlon are pleased to announce the dates of their 2019 Performance Engagement Days. The two days taking place on the 29th September in Swansea and 6th October in Deeside will provide an opportunity for young athletes aged 13-19 to get involved with the Welsh Development Academy as well as taking part in workshops delivered by Welsh Triathlon Performance Staff & Athletes. 

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Silver turns to Gold in Snowdonia as Roxburgh hits the Summit

More than 600 hundred triathletes turned out for the 2019 Odlo Snowman Weekend, held at Plas Y Brenin, Capel Curig which also included the 4th stage of the Welsh Super Series.

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Aquathlon and Middle-Distance Championship Roundups 2019

The 20th and 21st of July saw a double header of National Championship events, with Port Talbot Harriers hosting a packed National Aquathlon Championships only to be matched by the Melin Sospan Sizzler Middle Distance in Burry Port, where Taff Ely Triathlon came away with an impressive haul.

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Non Stanford takes the win at Hamburg World Triathlon Series

Stanford moved up to fifth in the World Triathlon Series by winning in Hamburg. After Stanford recent win we caught up with her to see how she was feeling.

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Bala Bonanza

Llyn Tegid was once again the host of a multi-sport bonanza, as the Bala Big Bash weekend saw Liam Lloyd consolidate his position on the top of the Welsh Super Series, Cardiff University dominate the Welsh University Championships, Team relays and over 200 children compete across disciplines.

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Nottingham turns red with Tim Tri Cymru

Welsh Triathlon took a team of 20 athletes ranging from 17 to 71 years old to represent Tim Tri Cymru at the British sprint championships.

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Welsh and Performance Centre athletes continue their International Successes

Our Welsh and NTPCW athletes have continued to make waves on the international triathlon scene in recent weeks…

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