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30.3.2013 Propozice na jablonecký plavecko-běžecký duatlon, který se bude konat 25. dubna naleznete zde

5.10.2012 Výsledky z lékařského triatlonu naleznete zde.

 31.7.2012  TJ Bižuterie Jablonec n.N. uspořádá  dne 22.září 2012 opět triatlon pro mládežnické kategorie. Podrobnější infromace již brzy v sekci Libereceký kraj.

    8.7.2012 Zážitky Petry Kuříkové - 5.té   z akademického MS si můžete přečíst zde.

28.3.2012    13.Jablonecký plavecko-běžecký duatlon se uskuteční ve čtvrek 12.dubna v plaveckém bazénu ( ul. Sv.Čecha ) a jeho okolí. Prezentace od 13 do 13,30hod. Bližší informace uvedeme v nejbližší době.

29.1.2012 Ve druhém závodě ČP v ZTT v Hlinsku si vedll skvěle Martin Hušek, když stejně jako před týdnem získal 2.místo. Lepší byl pouze Pavel Jindra. Ostatní závodníci našeho oddílu nestartovali. Po dvou závodech je Martin celkově druhý a tým TJ Bižuterie na 2.-3.místě výsledky zde.

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Zaferes eyes destiny, Learmonth, Taylor Brown and Spivey chase World title dreams

ITU - novinky - Út, 27/08/2019 - 13:28
It was down the closing stages of the Gold Coast Grand Final run that the 2018 World title slipped from Katie Zaferes’ fingers. The American had delivered the most consistent of seasons, only for Vicky Holland to surge past and into a top spot that had seemed so unlikely earlier in the year. This time around, Zaferes started her campaign with a bang and never looked back. World Series Gold in Abu Dhabi on the opening day of the season was just the start she wanted and, remarkably given how close she came to the biggest prize in 2018, her first in almost three years. That win was followed by another and then another, before silver in Leeds and a fourth gold in five attempts in Montreal. World title form if ever there was from the woman who has improved exactly one place in the overall rankings since 2015. But then bad luck in Hamburg left her short on points, and another bike accident in Tokyo two weeks ago was hardly the big-race preparation she would have wanted. There are few tougher or more resilient that Zaferes, however, and she knows that a safe ride and top 12 finish will guarantee her the World title, regardless of any other athletes’ results. Those chasing her have been doing so for much of the season. Great Britain’s Jessica Learmonth has had what you could consider a ‘Zaferes’ season of old; excellent performances, plenty of podiums but no wins. Victory would put Learmonth on 5420 points, five clear of Zaferes were the American to finish in 13th place, and if she delivers her usual lightning-fast swim, that could be just the early pressure she needs to apply on the rest of the field. Georgia Taylor Brown (GBR) has found the golden touch this year, home victory in Leeds followed with silver in Montreal to catapult her into contention. Third overall in the 2018 rankings, victory in Lausanne and a 15th place finish for Zaferes would mean an incredible World title for the 25-year-old. The final contender for overall glory, USA’s Taylor Spivey, would need several results to go her way to have a shot at the World title, but another strong year has seen her build on her breakthrough campaign in 2018. Spivey hasn’t finished outside the top 10 in a WTS race in 2019, landing silver in Abu Dhabi and bronze in Yokohama to leave her well placed for at least an overall podium. As with the men, the Grand Final start list is full of athletes for whom gold is very much in their reach, however. Last year it was Ashleigh Gentle (AUS) who...
Kategorie: Triatlon

V Libiši šlo Hamrům o hodně, také o nervy. Nakonec rozhodly o vítězi penalty

Z Jablonecka - Út, 27/08/2019 - 11:48
Ve třetím kole FORTUNA: DIVIZE C zajíždělo áčko Hamrů na hřiště soupeře. A výjezd byl vítězný.
Kategorie: Triatlon

44. Vabrouškovo vítězství na Ironmanu. V Opavě vyvrcholila Xterra Czech Tour.

Etriatlon - Po, 26/08/2019 - 21:18
Petr Vabroušek si připisuje v Estonsku své 44.vítězství na Ironmanu. Tomáš Jiránek zvítězil v posledním závodě Xterra Czech Tour v Opavě. Celkovým vítězem seriálu je Ondřej Petr a Jana Dubcová.
Kategorie: Triatlon

World’s Juniors to get 2019 Grand Final up and running in Lausanne

ITU - novinky - Po, 26/08/2019 - 16:19
The men’s and women’s Junior World Championships get the 2019 Grand Final action underway on Friday morning, kick-starting the biggest event on the year’s triathlon calendar. The opening 750m swim will be followed by a 4-lap, 20km bike with a demanding climb and some long, fast straights, before rounding off with a two-lap run along the edge of Lake Geneva, where the grandstands will await the crowning of two new Junior World Champions. Women’s preview This will be a third consecutive ITU Grand Final for New Zealand’s Hannah Knighton, who finished 5th in Rotterdam and 11th on the Gold Coast last year. After taking the Kelowna Sprint Triathlon American Cup by storm in early July, she will be looking to bookend her Junior career in style in Switzerland. Nor will there be any big-race fear from Hong Kong’s Bailee Brown, who has already amassed an incredible amount of experience, past races including the 2018 Asian Games, a handful of Elite World Cups and the World Triathlon Series Mixed Relays in Abu Dhabi and Edmonton. European Junior Champion Beatrice Mallozzi (ITA) and Portugal’s Gabriela Ribeiro, fresh from the Mixed Relay at the Tokyo Test Event, could also be among the European names challenging for the medals. South Africa’s number one Junior Amber Schlebusch has had a busy year since winning the Youth Olympic title in Buenos Aires and will have designs on the gold here, while Erin Wallace (GBR) would love to go one better than her sparkling silver performance from 2018’s World Champs. Ecuador’s Paula Vega finished 5th at the Youth Olympic Games last year and Junior Asian Champion Nanami Nakayama (JPN) will want to improve on her 13th place 12 months ago, while the 2018 Junior World Champion Cecilia Alavez (MEX) will be looking to defend the title she won in the Gold Coast sunshine 12 months ago after digging deep to deliver a superb run display over the closing stages. For the women’s line up, click here Men’s preview Brock Hoel will lead the Junior men out onto the start line, the Canadian revelation who finished with an excellent fifth at the CAMTRI Sprint American Cup behind compatriot Charles Paquet. Ricardo Batista (POR) put in a brilliant display to score a top-20 finish at the Tiszaujvaros World Cup in July, and will look to build on his 15th place finish on the Gold Coast.  New Zealand’s Dylan Mccullough led from the front to bag gold at the 2018 Youth Olympic Games after finishing 23rd in last...
Kategorie: Triatlon

World’s Juniors to get 2019 Grand Final up and running in Lausanne

ITU - novinky - Po, 26/08/2019 - 16:19
The men’s and women’s Junior World Championships get the 2019 Grand Final action underway on Friday morning, kick-starting the biggest event on the year’s triathlon calendar. The opening 750m swim will be followed by a 4-lap, 20km bike with a demanding climb and some long, fast straights, before rounding off with a two-lap run along the edge of Lake Geneva, where the grandstands will await the crowning of two new Junior World Champions. Women’s preview This will be a third consecutive ITU Grand Final for New Zealand’s Hannah Knighton, who finished 5th in Rotterdam and 11th on the Gold Coast last year. After taking the Kelowna Sprint Triathlon American Cup by storm in early July, she will be looking to bookend her Junior career in style in Switzerland. Nor will there be any big-race fear from Hong Kong’s Bailee Brown, who has already amassed an incredible amount of experience, past races including the 2018 Asian Games, a handful of Elite World Cups and the World Triathlon Series Mixed Relays in Abu Dhabi and Edmonton. European Junior Champion Beatrice Mallozzi (ITA) and Portugal’s Gabriela Ribeiro, fresh from the Mixed Relay at the Tokyo Test Event, could also be among the European names challenging for the medals. South Africa’s number one Junior Amber Schlebusch has had a busy year since winning the Youth Olympic title in Buenos Aires and will have designs on the gold here, while Erin Wallace (GBR) would love to go one better than her sparkling silver performance from 2018’s World Champs. Ecuador’s Paula Vega finished 5th at the Youth Olympic Games last year and Junior Asian Champion Nanami Nakayama (JPN) will want to improve on her 13th place 12 months ago, while the 2018 Junior World Champion Cecilia Alavez (MEX) will be looking to defend the title she won in the Gold Coast sunshine 12 months ago after digging deep to deliver a superb run display over the closing stages. For the women’s line up, click here Men’s preview Brock Hoel will lead the Junior men out onto the start line, the Canadian revelation who finished with an excellent fifth at the CAMTRI Sprint American Cup behind compatriot Charles Paquet. Ricardo Batista (POR) put in a brilliant display to score a top-20 finish at the Tiszaujvaros World Cup in July, and will look to build on his 15th place finish on the Gold Coast.  New Zealand’s Dylan Mccullough led from the front to bag gold at the 2018 Youth Olympic Games after finishing 23rd in last...
Kategorie: Triatlon

World’s Juniors to get 2019 Grand Final up and running in Lausanne

ITU - novinky - Po, 26/08/2019 - 16:19
The men’s and women’s Junior World Championships get the 2019 Grand Final action underway on Friday morning, kick-starting the biggest event on the year’s triathlon calendar. The opening 750m swim will be followed by a 4-lap, 20km bike with a demanding climb and some long, fast straights, before rounding off with a two-lap run along the edge of Lake Geneva, where the grandstands will await the crowning of two new Junior World Champions. Women’s preview This will be a third consecutive ITU Grand Final for New Zealand’s Hannah Knighton, who finished 5th in Rotterdam and 11th on the Gold Coast last year. After taking the Kelowna Sprint Triathlon American Cup by storm in early July, she will be looking to bookend her Junior career in style in Switzerland. Nor will there be any big-race fear from Hong Kong’s Bailee Brown, who has already amassed an incredible amount of experience, past races including the 2018 Asian Games, a handful of Elite World Cups and the World Triathlon Series Mixed Relays in Abu Dhabi and Edmonton. European Junior Champion Beatrice Mallozzi (ITA) and Portugal’s Gabriela Ribeiro, fresh from the Mixed Relay at the Tokyo Test Event, could also be among the European names challenging for the medals. South Africa’s number one Junior Amber Schlebusch has had a busy year since winning the Youth Olympic title in Buenos Aires and will have designs on the gold here, while Erin Wallace (GBR) would love to go one better than her sparkling silver performance from 2018’s World Champs. Ecuador’s Paula Vega finished 5th at the Youth Olympic Games last year and Junior Asian Champion Nanami Nakayama (JPN) will want to improve on her 13th place 12 months ago, while the 2018 Junior World Champion Cecilia Alavez (MEX) will be looking to defend the title she won in the Gold Coast sunshine 12 months ago after digging deep to deliver a superb run display over the closing stages. For the women’s line up, click here Men’s preview Brock Hoel will lead the Junior men out onto the start line, the Canadian revelation who finished with an excellent fifth at the CAMTRI Sprint American Cup behind compatriot Charles Paquet. Ricardo Batista (POR) put in a brilliant display to score a top-20 finish at the Tiszaujvaros World Cup in July, and will look to build on his 15th place finish on the Gold Coast.  New Zealand’s Dylan Mccullough led from the front to bag gold at the 2018 Youth Olympic Games after finishing 23rd in last...
Kategorie: Triatlon

World’s Juniors to get 2019 Grand Final up and running in Lausanne

ITU - novinky - Po, 26/08/2019 - 16:19
The men’s and women’s Junior World Championships get the 2019 Grand Final action underway on Friday morning, kick-starting the biggest event on the year’s triathlon calendar. The opening 750m swim will be followed by a 4-lap, 20km bike with a demanding climb and some long, fast straights, before rounding off with a two-lap run along the edge of Lake Geneva, where the grandstands will await the crowning of two new Junior World Champions. Women’s preview This will be a third consecutive ITU Grand Final for New Zealand’s Hannah Knighton, who finished 5th in Rotterdam and 11th on the Gold Coast last year. After taking the Kelowna Sprint Triathlon American Cup by storm in early July, she will be looking to bookend her Junior career in style in Switzerland. Nor will there be any big-race fear from Hong Kong’s Bailee Brown, who has already amassed an incredible amount of experience, past races including the 2018 Asian Games, a handful of Elite World Cups and the World Triathlon Series Mixed Relays in Abu Dhabi and Edmonton. European Junior Champion Beatrice Mallozzi (ITA) and Portugal’s Gabriela Ribeiro, fresh from the Mixed Relay at the Tokyo Test Event, could also be among the European names challenging for the medals. South Africa’s number one Junior Amber Schlebusch has had a busy year since winning the Youth Olympic title in Buenos Aires and will have designs on the gold here, while Erin Wallace (GBR) would love to go one better than her sparkling silver performance from 2018’s World Champs. Ecuador’s Paula Vega finished 5th at the Youth Olympic Games last year and Junior Asian Champion Nanami Nakayama (JPN) will want to improve on her 13th place 12 months ago, while the 2018 Junior World Champion Cecilia Alavez (MEX) will be looking to defend the title she won in the Gold Coast sunshine 12 months ago after digging deep to deliver a superb run display over the closing stages. For the women’s line up, click here Men’s preview Brock Hoel will lead the Junior men out onto the start line, the Canadian revelation who finished with an excellent fifth at the CAMTRI Sprint American Cup behind compatriot Charles Paquet. Ricardo Batista (POR) put in a brilliant display to score a top-20 finish at the Tiszaujvaros World Cup in July, and will look to build on his 15th place finish on the Gold Coast.  New Zealand’s Dylan Mccullough led from the front to bag gold at the 2018 Youth Olympic Games after finishing 23rd in last...
Kategorie: Triatlon

Tayler Reid out to retain U23 World title in Lausanne

ITU - novinky - Po, 26/08/2019 - 14:51
The 2019 U23 World Championships take to the streets of Lausanne on Friday afternoon to showcase once again the rich crop of talent looking to breakthrough and take the World Series world by storm in the coming years. Twelve months ago, the Gold Coast provided plenty of excitement as New Zealand’s Tayler Reid and USA’s Taylor Knibb took home the honours. It was Knibb’s second successive World title after her Junior triumph in Rotterdam, a feat that Reid would love to achieve at U23 level, and his flying form coming into the week makes that tall order an acute possibility. With the women’s incumbent now mixing it with the Elites on Saturday, it may well be another American, Erika Ackerlund, who leaves with gold, though the likes of Emilie Morier (FRA), Olivia Mathias (GBR) and Jessica Romero Tinoco (MEX) will have plenty to say to that idea. Men’s preview With a stack of strong World Cup showings this year between them, the men’s line up makes it an impossible race to call. Returning to racing in May, Australia’s Matthew Hauser won back-to-back golds in Chengdu and then Nur-Sultan to herald his return to the frontline, going on to record a 7th-place finish at WTS Montreal. Reid has also stood on top of the World Cup podium this campaign, banishing memories of the sprint-finish defeat by Jelle Geens last year to win gold in Antwerp. USA’s Seth Rider has not had an easy year but found himself a key part of the Team USA Mixed Relay that won bronze in Edmonton and Tokyo. Diego Moya has emerged on the World Cup stage after finishing just outside the top 10 in last year’s World Championships. Ninth place in Huatulco was followed by a first podium in Antwerp, and the Chilean arrives fresh from the Pan-American Games in Lima. Finishing one place ahead of Moya in Antwerp was Gabriel Sandor, and the Swede could again make a splash in Lausanne. Last year’s Junior World Champion Csongor Lehmann(HUN) makes the step up to U23 for the first time, while former Olympic Youth Champion Ben Dijkstra (GBR) will have happy memories of the city in which he won a Junior European Cup back in 2015. For the full start list, click here Women’s preview
 Emilie Morier is another U23 who has been making waves in her nation’s Mixed Relay team, helping power Team France to the World title in Hamburg last month. Victory in the Madrid World Cup finally showed off her ability to close out an individual race, too, and gold in Lausanne would be a huge...
Kategorie: Triatlon

Tayler Reid out to retain U23 World title in Lausanne

ITU - novinky - Po, 26/08/2019 - 14:51
The 2019 U23 World Championships take to the streets of Lausanne on Friday afternoon to showcase once again the rich crop of talent looking to breakthrough and take the World Series world by storm in the coming years. Twelve months ago, the Gold Coast provided plenty of excitement as New Zealand’s Tayler Reid and USA’s Taylor Knibb took home the honours. It was Knibb’s second successive World title after her Junior triumph in Rotterdam, a feat that Reid would love to achieve at U23 level, and his flying form coming into the week makes that tall order an acute possibility. With the women’s incumbent now mixing it with the Elites on Saturday, it may well be another American, Erika Ackerlund, who leaves with gold, though the likes of Emilie Morier (FRA), Olivia Mathias (GBR) and Jessica Romero Tinoco (MEX) will have plenty to say to that idea. Men’s preview With a stack of strong World Cup showings this year between them, the men’s line up makes it an impossible race to call. Returning to racing in May, Australia’s Matthew Hauser won back-to-back golds in Chengdu and then Nur-Sultan to herald his return to the frontline, going on to record a 7th-place finish at WTS Montreal. Reid has also stood on top of the World Cup podium this campaign, banishing memories of the sprint-finish defeat by Jelle Geens last year to win gold in Antwerp. USA’s Seth Rider has not had an easy year but found himself a key part of the Team USA Mixed Relay that won bronze in Edmonton and Tokyo. Diego Moya has emerged on the World Cup stage after finishing just outside the top 10 in last year’s World Championships. Ninth place in Huatulco was followed by a first podium in Antwerp, and the Chilean arrives fresh from the Pan-American Games in Lima. Finishing one place ahead of Moya in Antwerp was Gabriel Sandor, and the Swede could again make a splash in Lausanne. Last year’s Junior World Champion Csongor Lehmann(HUN) makes the step up to U23 for the first time, while former Olympic Youth Champion Ben Dijkstra (GBR) will have happy memories of the city in which he won a Junior European Cup back in 2015. For the full start list, click here Women’s preview
 Emilie Morier is another U23 who has been making waves in her nation’s Mixed Relay team, helping power Team France to the World title in Hamburg last month. Victory in the Madrid World Cup finally showed off her ability to close out an individual race, too, and gold in Lausanne would be a huge...
Kategorie: Triatlon

Šťastní výherci se mohou těšit na lístky na ME tahačů v Mostě

Z Jablonecka - Po, 26/08/2019 - 14:05
Už o nadcházejícím víkendu proběhne na autodromu v Mostě další podnik ME tahačů.
Kategorie: Triatlon

Jiskra Mšeno A je zatím bez porážky. Fotbalisté porazili i Doksy

Z Jablonecka - Po, 26/08/2019 - 12:03
K dalšímu zápasu krajského přeboru zajíždělo mužstvo trenéra Vladimíra Mařase na hřiště do Doks. A Doksy patří k houževnatým soupeřům s velkými plány. Tentokrát ale narazily a body si odvezli do Jablonce hosté.
Kategorie: Triatlon

Světový pohár v Karlových Varech ovládl Brit Dickinson. Ze čtveřice Čechů byl nejlepší Čelůstka

Etriatlon - Po, 26/08/2019 - 08:54
Světové triatlonové velmoci potvrdily v nedělním závodě Světového poháru v Karlových Varech svou nadvládu. Zvítězil Brit Samuel Dickinson před Francouzem Raphaelem Montoyou. Bronz si odváží další z Britů Grant Sheldon. Ze čtveřice Čechů na startu se nejlépe dařilo Janu Čelůstkovi, který vybojoval 20.místo
Kategorie: Triatlon

Luis in pole position but title race wide open heading to Grand Final

ITU - novinky - Po, 26/08/2019 - 08:39
The Swiss Olympic City of Lausanne will play host to the 2019 Grand Final this week, with Saturday afternoon’s action in and around Lake Geneva set to decide who will be crowned the 2019 World Champion. As befits the occasion, the Olympic-distance course will be a huge test for the athletes. The 1.5km lake swim is straightforward enough, but two sharp climbs in the middle of a bike course that only flattens out into and out of the waterfront transition are sure to take their toll over seven laps, before the 10km run passes the grandstands three times, finally settling the 2019 championship race at the end of lap four. Of course, you can watch all the weekend’s racing from Switzerland - including Paratriathlon, Junior and U23 World Championships and the Junior/U23 Mixed Relay - on TriathlonLIVE.tv. With interactive camera selection and Spanish commentary for the first time, you can grab a pass for just $2 using the code World_Champs19. Men’s preview Over the seven races so far in 2019, the Elite men have delivered a WTS season for the ages, the honours and medals shared among a deep pool of talent with no fewer than 15 athletes taking up a place on the World Series podiums leading into the Grand Final. It is therefore no surprise that even with Vincent Luis leading the rankings by almost 500 points heading to Lausanne, the Frenchman remains just one of six on the start line who could, mathematically at least, go home as World Champion. It has been Luis’ enviable consistency that has got him to this point. Starting the year with fifth place in Abu Dhabi and fourth in Bermuda may not have been the glittering start he would have wanted, but it proved a platform to gold in Yokohama, with victory coming at the end of a thrilling showdown with Henri Schoeman (RSA) and Bence Bicsak (HUN). Sixth place in Leeds was followed by silver in Hamburg and another fifth place in Edmonton, amassing valuable points at every stop. The fact that Luis has won gold in the previous two Grand Finals will add further fuel to his fire, but he will be taking nothing for granted in a year that has been full of surprises, breakout stars and dramatic moments. Luis’ nearest challenger for the title is the indefatigable Mario Mola, who got his season off to a familiar start with gold in Abu Dhabi, a race that was perhaps more remarkable for the silver-medal performance of Alex Yee, the young Brit daring to challenge the three-time World Champion on his WTS debut. Mola’s...
Kategorie: Triatlon

Luis in pole position but title race wide open heading to Grand Final

ITU - novinky - Po, 26/08/2019 - 08:39
The Swiss Olympic City of Lausanne will play host to the 2019 Grand Final this week, with Saturday afternoon’s action in and around Lake Geneva set to decide who will be crowned the 2019 World Champion. As befits the occasion, the Olympic-distance course will be a huge test for the athletes. The 1.5km lake swim is straightforward enough, but two sharp climbs in the middle of a bike course that only flattens out into and out of the waterfront transition are sure to take their toll over seven laps, before the 10km run passes the grandstands three times, finally settling the 2019 championship race at the end of lap four. Of course, you can watch all the weekend’s racing from Switzerland - including Paratriathlon, Junior and U23 World Championships and the Junior/U23 Mixed Relay - on TriathlonLIVE.tv. With interactive camera selection and Spanish commentary for the first time, you can grab a pass for just $2 using the code World_Champs19. Men’s preview Over the seven races so far in 2019, the Elite men have delivered a WTS season for the ages, the honours and medals shared among a deep pool of talent with no fewer than 15 athletes taking up a place on the World Series podiums leading into the Grand Final. It is therefore no surprise that even with Vincent Luis leading the rankings by almost 500 points heading to Lausanne, the Frenchman remains just one of six on the start line who could, mathematically at least, go home as World Champion. It has been Luis’ enviable consistency that has got him to this point. Starting the year with fifth place in Abu Dhabi and fourth in Bermuda may not have been the glittering start he would have wanted, but it proved a platform to gold in Yokohama, with victory coming at the end of a thrilling showdown with Henri Schoeman (RSA) and Bence Bicsak (HUN). Sixth place in Leeds was followed by silver in Hamburg and another fifth place in Edmonton, amassing valuable points at every stop. The fact that Luis has won gold in the previous two Grand Finals will add further fuel to his fire, but he will be taking nothing for granted in a year that has been full of surprises, breakout stars and dramatic moments. Luis’ nearest challenger for the title is the indefatigable Mario Mola, who got his season off to a familiar start with gold in Abu Dhabi, a race that was perhaps more remarkable for the silver-medal performance of Alex Yee, the young Brit daring to challenge the three-time World Champion on his WTS debut. Mola’s...
Kategorie: Triatlon

Luis in pole position but title race wide open heading to Grand Final

ITU - novinky - Po, 26/08/2019 - 08:39
The Swiss Olympic City of Lausanne will play host to the 2019 Grand Final this week, with Saturday afternoon’s action in and around Lake Geneva set to decide who will be crowned the 2019 World Champion. As befits the occasion, the Olympic-distance course will be a huge test for the athletes. The 1.5km lake swim is straightforward enough, but two sharp climbs in the middle of a bike course that only flattens out into and out of the waterfront transition are sure to take their toll over seven laps, before the 10km run passes the grandstands three times, finally settling the 2019 championship race at the end of lap four. Of course, you can watch all the weekend’s racing from Switzerland - including Paratriathlon, Junior and U23 World Championships and the Junior/U23 Mixed Relay - on TriathlonLIVE.tv. With interactive camera selection and Spanish commentary for the first time, you can grab a pass for just $2 using the code World_Champs19. Men’s preview Over the seven races so far in 2019, the Elite men have delivered a WTS season for the ages, the honours and medals shared among a deep pool of talent with no fewer than 15 athletes taking up a place on the World Series podiums leading into the Grand Final. It is therefore no surprise that even with Vincent Luis leading the rankings by almost 500 points heading to Lausanne, the Frenchman remains just one of six on the start line who could, mathematically at least, go home as World Champion. It has been Luis’ enviable consistency that has got him to this point. Starting the year with fifth place in Abu Dhabi and fourth in Bermuda may not have been the glittering start he would have wanted, but it proved a platform to gold in Yokohama, with victory coming at the end of a thrilling showdown with Henri Schoeman (RSA) and Bence Bicsak (HUN). Sixth place in Leeds was followed by silver in Hamburg and another fifth place in Edmonton, amassing valuable points at every stop. The fact that Luis has won gold in the previous two Grand Finals will add further fuel to his fire, but he will be taking nothing for granted in a year that has been full of surprises, breakout stars and dramatic moments. Luis’ nearest challenger for the title is the indefatigable Mario Mola, who got his season off to a familiar start with gold in Abu Dhabi, a race that was perhaps more remarkable for the silver-medal performance of Alex Yee, the young Brit daring to challenge the three-time World Champion on his WTS debut. Mola’s...
Kategorie: Triatlon

Triathlon shows its growth in the Rabat African Games

ITU - novinky - Po, 26/08/2019 - 08:28
With athletes from 12 different countries and 7 teams competing in the Mixed Relay, triathlon was displayed at its best at the 2019 African Games in Rabat. “It is fantastic to show how our sport has evolved in the Continent in the last few years, having so many young athletes competing here and showing the world that our sport has tremendous potential in this region”, said ITU President and IOC member, Marisol Casado, who enjoyed the events and had the chance of congratulating in person Morocco’s Badr Siwane and Egypt’s Basmla ElSalamoney for their victories, as well as Team Tunisia for their first-ever Continental title in the Mixed Relay. Over 7,000 athletes from all the 54 nations from Africa gathered in Rabat for the 12th edition of the African Games (formerly All Africa Games) from 19-31 August. Athletes compete for medals across 26 sports, including triathlon, which was showcased in the stunning beach of Rabat for both the elite individual races and the Mixed Relay, contested over a sprint distance. To much delight of the hundreds of local spectators, Badr Siwane was accompanied crossing the finish line by another young Moroccan athlete, Mohammed El Mehdi Essadiq, while Bronze was claimed by Algeria’s Oussama Hellal. In the women’s race, victory was for Basmla ElSalamoney, the 2018 African Triathlon Junior Champion and 2018 and 2019 Pan Arab Champion, who was followed in the finish line by two athletes from Zimbabwe Laurelle Brown -the 2013 African Junior champion- and Andie Kuipers. For this edition of the African Games, spectators and athletes could enjoy the latest addition to the Olympic Programme, the Mixed Relay, which showcased seven teams for a fast and furious race that ended up with Team Tunisia claiming the title. Syrine Fattoum, Ons Lajili, Mohamed Aziz Sebai and Seifeddine Selmi proved to be the best team all-around, with Team Algeria claiming silver and Team Egypt crossing the finish line in third place, just ahead of Team Morocco, in the bittersweet fourth position. “The event was just fantastic, the athletes proved that the level of triathlon in the Continent has improved substantially in the last couple of years and we are really confident that with the help of all our African National Federations and our Development programmes in the region, we will be able to continue growing our sport in Africa and have even more successful events in the near future”, said...
Kategorie: Triatlon

Triathlon shows its growth in the Rabat African Games

ITU - novinky - Po, 26/08/2019 - 08:28
With athletes from 12 different countries and 7 teams competing in the Mixed Relay, triathlon was displayed at its best at the 2019 African Games in Rabat. “It is fantastic to show how our sport has evolved in the Continent in the last few years, having so many young athletes competing here and showing the world that our sport has tremendous potential in this region”, said ITU President and IOC member, Marisol Casado, who enjoyed the events and had the chance of congratulating in person Morocco’s Badr Siwane and Egypt’s Basmla ElSalamoney for their victories, as well as Team Tunisia for their first-ever Continental title in the Mixed Relay. Over 7,000 athletes from all the 54 nations from Africa gathered in Rabat for the 12th edition of the African Games (formerly All Africa Games) from 19-31 August. Athletes compete for medals across 26 sports, including triathlon, which was showcased in the stunning beach of Rabat for both the elite individual races and the Mixed Relay, contested over a sprint distance. To much delight of the hundreds of local spectators, Badr Siwane was accompanied crossing the finish line by another young Moroccan athlete, Mohammed El Mehdi Essadiq, while Bronze was claimed by Algeria’s Oussama Hellal. In the women’s race, victory was for Basmla ElSalamoney, the 2018 African Triathlon Junior Champion and 2018 and 2019 Pan Arab Champion, who was followed in the finish line by two athletes from Zimbabwe Laurelle Brown -the 2013 African Junior champion- and Andie Kuipers. For this edition of the African Games, spectators and athletes could enjoy the latest addition to the Olympic Programme, the Mixed Relay, which showcased seven teams for a fast and furious race that ended up with Team Tunisia claiming the title. Syrine Fattoum, Ons Lajili, Mohamed Aziz Sebai and Seifeddine Selmi proved to be the best team all-around, with Team Algeria claiming silver and Team Egypt crossing the finish line in third place, just ahead of Team Morocco, in the bittersweet fourth position. “The event was just fantastic, the athletes proved that the level of triathlon in the Continent has improved substantially in the last couple of years and we are really confident that with the help of all our African National Federations and our Development programmes in the region, we will be able to continue growing our sport in Africa and have even more successful events in the near future”, said...
Kategorie: Triatlon

Leading age-group triathletes set to take over Lausanne for the World Championships

ITU - novinky - Po, 26/08/2019 - 07:48
From 29 August to 1 September 2019, the Olympic capital Lausanne, Switzerland, will host the Grand Final of the World Triathlon Series and World Championships. More than 4,000 elite and age-group “World Triathletes”, from across the globe, have qualified to race in the 2019 ITU World Championships. The competitive fields of age-group triathletes will liven up the shores of Lake Geneva to race for national pride and personal bests. The host nation of Switzerland will have a team of over 300 age-group triathletes set to battle for World Championship titles in the beautiful city of Lausanne. The largest participating teams include USA and Great Britain, who will descend on Switzerland with over 600 age-group triathletes in their respective teams and Canada and Mexico are expected to have close to 300 age-group athletes, per team, lining up to represent and race for Championship honour. The event will open on Friday, 30 August, showcasing the new generation of world triathletes, with the junior and U23 events. On Saturday, 31 August, the elite men and women will race for glory in the 2019 World Triathlon Grand Final and battle for Series titles, rankings and valuable Olympic qualification points. Saturday will also host the ITU Sprint Distance World Championship events for the age-group world triathletes. On Sunday, 1 September the schedule will feature the ITU Standard Distance World Championships on Sunday, 1 September and the incredibly World Paratriathlon Series Grand Final in the afternoon. The U23 | Junior Mixed Relay, a spectacular race format that will make its debut at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, will close the weekend of triathlon in Lausanne. Review the event schedule. Where are the World Triathletes coming from to race in the 2019 World Triathlon Grand Final? BAH | Americas: 1 BOL | Americas: 1 CMR| Africa: 1 COK | Oceania: 1 CZE | Europe: 1 GRE | Europe: 1 IND | Asia: 1 LAT | Europe: 1 PUR | Americas: 1 SWE | Europe: 1 TUN | Africa: 1 VEN | Americas: 1 ZIM | Africa: 1 GIB | Europe: 2   LUX | Europe: 2 MAC | Asia: 2 POR | Europe: 2 RUS | Europe: 2 SEN | Africa: 2 SKN | Americas: 2 CHI | Americas: 3 HKG | Asia: 3 POL | Europe: 3 ARG | Americas: 4 LIE | Europe: 4 QAT | Asia: 4 TUR | Europe: 4 UKR | Europe: 4 BER | Americas: 5 FIN | Europe: 5 SGP | Asia: 7 SVK | Europe: 8 ISL | Europe: 10 KUW | Asia: 10 DEN | Europe: 11 KOR | Asia: 12 ESP | Europe: 20 NED | Europe: 25 ECU | Americas: 28 ITA | Europe: 29 COL | Americas: 30 CRC Americas:...
Kategorie: Triatlon

Leading age-group triathletes set to take over Lausanne for the World Championships

ITU - novinky - Po, 26/08/2019 - 07:48
From 29 August to 1 September 2019, the Olympic capital Lausanne, Switzerland, will host the Grand Final of the World Triathlon Series and World Championships. More than 4,000 elite and age-group “World Triathletes”, from across the globe, have qualified to race in the 2019 ITU World Championships. The competitive fields of age-group triathletes will liven up the shores of Lake Geneva to race for national pride and personal bests. The host nation of Switzerland will have a team of over 300 age-group triathletes set to battle for World Championship titles in the beautiful city of Lausanne. The largest participating teams include USA and Great Britain, who will descend on Switzerland with over 600 age-group triathletes in their respective teams and Canada and Mexico are expected to have close to 300 age-group athletes, per team, lining up to represent and race for Championship honour. The event will open on Friday, 30 August, showcasing the new generation of world triathletes, with the junior and U23 events. On Saturday, 31 August, the elite men and women will race for glory in the 2019 World Triathlon Grand Final and battle for Series titles, rankings and valuable Olympic qualification points. Saturday will also host the ITU Sprint Distance World Championship events for the age-group world triathletes. On Sunday, 1 September the schedule will feature the ITU Standard Distance World Championships on Sunday, 1 September and the incredibly World Paratriathlon Series Grand Final in the afternoon. The U23 | Junior Mixed Relay, a spectacular race format that will make its debut at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, will close the weekend of triathlon in Lausanne. Review the event schedule. Where are the World Triathletes coming from to race in the 2019 World Triathlon Grand Final? BAH | Americas: 1 BOL | Americas: 1 CMR| Africa: 1 COK | Oceania: 1 CZE | Europe: 1 GRE | Europe: 1 IND | Asia: 1 LAT | Europe: 1 PUR | Americas: 1 SWE | Europe: 1 TUN | Africa: 1 VEN | Americas: 1 ZIM | Africa: 1 GIB | Europe: 2   LUX | Europe: 2 MAC | Asia: 2 POR | Europe: 2 RUS | Europe: 2 SEN | Africa: 2 SKN | Americas: 2 CHI | Americas: 3 HKG | Asia: 3 POL | Europe: 3 ARG | Americas: 4 LIE | Europe: 4 QAT | Asia: 4 TUR | Europe: 4 UKR | Europe: 4 BER | Americas: 5 FIN | Europe: 5 SGP | Asia: 7 SVK | Europe: 8 ISL | Europe: 10 KUW | Asia: 10 DEN | Europe: 11 KOR | Asia: 12 ESP | Europe: 20 NED | Europe: 25 ECU | Americas: 28 ITA | Europe: 29 COL | Americas: 30 CRC Americas:...
Kategorie: Triatlon

Fotbalista FK Jablonec Jan Krob: Musíme to doma odčinit

Z Jablonecka - Ne, 25/08/2019 - 20:10
Těžko se po čtyřbrankové porážce (Příbram – FK Jablonec 4:0) mluvilo jabloneckým hráčům. Jednoznačnou porážku i chabý výkon hodnotil po zápase krajní obránce Jan Krob.
Kategorie: Triatlon