Triathlon

CHALLENGE CAPE TOWN IS BACK!

GET YOUR RACE FACE ON: CHALLENGE CAPE TOWN IS BACK! Via challenge Cape Town Media Office. It’s been a tough year, with races being taken on and off the calendar faster than anyone can keep up. There have been postponements, cancellations and everything in between- but we are hoping that 2021 will definitely be different! Personally, at the CCT offices we are gearing up for a STELLAR 2021- we have some seriously exciting news for you, that will include route changes,Click to read more and to see the event image gallery

IRONMAN South Africa

IRONMAN SOUTH AFRICA MEDIA STATEMENT PORT ELIZABETH, South Africa – After a challenging 2020 which saw numerous sporting events cancelled around the world, the IRONMAN South Africa team has been hard at work in making sure athletes can return to the race courses in 2021 in a safe and enjoyable manner. IRONMAN’s Safe Return to Racing guidelines will apply to all 2021 IRONMAN South Africa events and will be at the core as our team continues to develop and refine operational plansClick to read more and to see the event image gallery

Durbanville Triathlon

The Durbanville Triathlon has become a ‘classic’ must do triathlon, and there is a good reason for that. It’s because it is always fun. This year the ownership of the event was taken over by Iqela Events, the people who bring you amongst others, top events like the Slanghoek Triathlon. Did the 2016 Durbanville Triathlon live up to expectations? Just look at the smiles on the faces of the people in these photos and you will have your answer. Yes,Click to read more and to see the event image gallery

ironman, port elizabeth,south africa

Athletes compete during the IRONMAN African Championship at Nelson Mandela Bay, Port Elizabeth South Africa. The race consists of a 3.8km swim, a 180km cycle and finishes with a 42.2 km marathon. It’s an event that is so big, so popular and so special, that the entire word is capitalised. And while the word iconic is overused and has become hopelessly clichéd, it’s surely permissible, just this once, to use it to describe IRONMAN South Africa. I am sure thatClick to read more and to see the event image gallery

Jailbreak Triathlon

Jailbreak Triathlon Triathletes competed in this very popular triathlon held on a piping hot day at the Brandvlei Dam, near Rawson in the Western Cape of South Africa. This was the 10th anniversary of the Jailbreak Triathlon and it was a cracker of a race. From next year the event will become a part of the Iqela Events stable of triathlons, so we know it is in very capable hands. Well done everyone for putting on a fantastic day ofClick to read more and to see the event image gallery

WTS Triathlon Cape Town

WTS Triathlon Cape Town Not even a stumble on the run could stop Alistair Brownlee‘s return to the top of the World Triathlon Series podium in Cape Town on Sunday, as the most successful athlete in series history took his total number of titles to 18. While he tripped early on in the run, Brownlee made his way up to the lead group of Javier Gomez Noya, Richard Murray and Vincent Luis quickly, before blowing them away in the finalClick to read more and to see the event image gallery

IRONMAN African Championship

The 2015 edition of the Standard Bank IRONMAN African Championship was held, as usual, at Nelson Mandela Bay in Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Cape of South Africa. This year the event pulled more pro racers from around the world than any other IRONMAN event except the world champs in Kona. That’s a testament to the quality of the race and the people behind it. Checkout the IRONMAN Website My Triathlon blogsClick to read more and to see the event image gallery

IRONMAN 70.3 South Africa

Athletes compete in the Standard Bank IRONMAN 70.3 South Africa Triathlon, held at Buffalo City, East London, in the Eastern Cape of South Africa on January 25 2015. The mens event was won by Matt Trautman after a ding dong battle with Stuart Marais, while Former World 70.3 champion Jodie Swallow destroyed the opposition to win the race for the 5th consecutive year, posting a record time in the process. Check out the IRONMAN website here. All my Ironman blogClick to read more and to see the event image gallery

Ironman South Africa

It’s an event that is so big, so popular and so special, that the entire word is capitalised. And while the word iconic is overused and has become hopelessly clichéd, it’s surely permissible, to use it to describe IRONMAN South Africa. I am sure that when the organisers of the first IRONMAN event on African soil first sat down to plan their inaugural race, way back in 2005, they fully expected it to be a success and to still beClick to read more and to see the event image gallery