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  • British Triathlon

    British Triathlon is the Governing Body for the sport in Great Britain.

    It is responsible for raising the profile and delivering elite performance for triathlon, paratriathlon, duathlon and aquathlon in Great Britain. Triathlon is a fast growing, dynamic and modern Olympic and Paralympic sport with talented world-class athletes, coaches and support staff, focussed around delivering world-class events and medal winning performances.

    Great Britain is home to the 2012 Olympic Champion (Alistair Brownlee) and bronze medallist (Jonathan Brownlee) as well as numerous current world champions www.britishtriathlonmedia.org/current-world-champions among a strong squad of world ranked elite triathletes, and emerging talent from our youth development programmes.

    British Triathlon enables paratriathletes to deliver world-class success, raising the profile of paratriathlon in the build up to the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.

    There are over 850 triathlon events conducted in Great Britain each year including the British Triathlon Super Series, which attracts athletes from all over the world. British Triathlon is committed to being a leader in environmental awareness in sport, protecting the environment in which we operate today and in the future.

    British Triathlon aims to promote excellence in our sport, and create opportunities for everyone to achieve their personal triathlon challenges www.britishtriathlon.org . 

    British Triathlon is a beneficiary of the UK Sport Lottery funded World-Class Programmes (WCP). The programmes focus on performance sport with the aim of achieving sporting excellence on the world stage. Further information can be found on the UK Sport website at www.uksport.gov.uk.

    Visit www.britishtriathlonmedia.org for downloadable image galleries, detailed athlete profiles, results, statistics and information.

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