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On 28 & 29 March 2015 the Auckland ITU World Series is coming back to New Zealand.

Along with the worlds best vying for supremacy in the Elite Women's and Elite Men's races, the Barfoot & Thompson World Triathlon event also features a range of mass participation races open to anyone to enter. 

We've got options from hard core to "have a go" and the event will host the Triathlon Standard Distance National Champs offering the chance to qualify for the Age Group World Champs in Chicago.

If you are a weekend warrior pick from the Standard, Sprint or Super Sprint distances and enjoy a fast and unique course in the centre of the City. Not so confident but still keen to have a go? The Sprint & Super Sprint distances are achievable yet still provide a satisfying challenge that will get your endorphins flowing as you cross the finish line. Challenge your mates or go head to head in one of the Individual events or combine your skills in a Team.  If you want to one up your boss, your colleagues or your clients then the Corporate Teams Sprint Tri is the perfect platform to claim workplace supremacy! .

New to the 2015 event is the 5km Fun Run - 2 laps of a 2.5km flat course that finishes right on the blue carpet of the Elite finish chute!  

All races will take place right in the heart of Auckland City.

ENTRIES ARE NOW OPEN! Follow Tri Auckland on Facebook and Twitter (use  #WTSAuckland)!

 

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ITU World Triathlon Series Rankings
Women
Gwen Jorgensen

1 Gwen Jorgensen (USA) 5085Gold Medal

2 Sarah Groff (USA) 3987Silver Medal

3 Andrea Hewitt (NZL) 3845Bronze Medal

Men
Javier Gomez Noya

1 Javier Gomez Noya (ESP) 4860Gold Medal

2 Mario Mola (ESP) 4601Silver Medal

3 Jonathan Brownlee (GBR) 4501Bronze Medal

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