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Autistic triathlete Sam Holness makes IRONMAN history

Britain’s Sam Holness became the world’s first openly autistic endurance athlete to complete a full-distance triathlon at IRONMAN Frankfurt on Sunday. Sam stopped the clock at 12:29:00 as he completed the 140.6-mile course for the men’s European Championship. ‘Greatest day of my life’ Sam made a confident start to the race and came out of …

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Challenge Roth 2022: Date, start time, fields and how to watch live

The town of Roth in Bavaria, 25km south of Nuremberg has been an integral part of the European triathlon summer for more than three decades. Known as IRONMAN Europe up until 2001, the event split from the M-Dot umbrella, forming the Challenge Family, from 2002. It has continued to flourish since. There is plenty to …

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Tim Don: GTB and Yee star as British triathlon hits the heights

It was another terrific weekend for British triathlon as Georgia Taylor-Brown and Alex Yee both registered brilliant victories at WTCS Montreal on Saturday. Georgia gained revenge on Cassandre Beaugrand for that recent defeat in Leeds while it was a similar story for Yee as he outsprinted Hayden Wilde in a thrilling men’s race. Tim Don …

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Georgia Taylor-Brown on Montreal pep talks and emptying the tank

Georgia Taylor-Brown revealed how she tried to motivate Cassandre Beaugrand and Beth Potter as the trio claimed the podium spots at WTCS Montreal. Taylor-Brown returned to winning ways after following home Beaugrand in Leeds, but she admitted afterwards it had not been an easy day in stifling conditions. “It was really really hard. After the …

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Alex Yee admits “that one meant a lot” after spectacular Montreal win

Alex Yee admitted that he had never been more fired up going into a race ahead of Saturday’s big showdown at WTCS Montreal. No wonder then that the British star reflected “that one meant a lot” after he had outsprinted his great rival Hayden Wilde in a thrilling finish in the Canadian city. Just two …

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