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TSX DAILY: Iranian hatred of Israel sends its judo world champ to Germany; U.S....

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≡ TSX DAILY ~ 2 September 2019 ≡ | 1. |  LANE ONE:  Iran’s policy vs. Israel costs it a World Champion as Mollaei heads to...

TRIATHLON: Zaferes wins seasonal World Series in style; Luis hangs on for men’s title...

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Both of the leaders in the ITU World Series standings knew just what they had to do to collect their first career titles in...

TSX DAILY: “Why does a popular Olympic sport struggle?” is the wrong question ~...

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≡ TSX DAILY ~ 28 August 2019 ≡ | 1. |  LANE ONE: World Champion asks "Why does a popular Olympic sport struggle?"  In last week’s edition...

TRIATHLON Preview: Zaferes and Luis looking to wrap up season titles in Lausanne World...

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The final stop on the 2019 World Triathlon Series tour in Lausanne (SUI) could mean the first-ever seasonal titles for France’s Vincent Luis and...

TRIATHLON: Brownlee and Jackson shine brightest in Edmonton World Series Sprint

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Twice an Olympic medalist, Britain’s Jonny Brownlee has not been among the stars of the ITU World Series in 2019, but he looked like...

TRIATHLON Preview: Zaferes looking to start new medal streak in Edmonton Sprint

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It took a major crash during the bike phase to keep American Katie Zaferes off the podium at the last ITU World Series race...

TRIATHLON Preview: Will Katie Zaferes sprint away from the women’s field in Hamburg?

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American Katie Zaferes has been just about unstoppable this season, winning four of the five races so far and taking both sprints, in Hamburg...

TRIATHLON: Zaferes untouchable on the run and wins fourth race this season in Montreal...

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Anyone leading a major women’s triathlon after the bike phase knows this: Katie Zaferes is coming. An All-Big East steeplechaser at Syracuse, Zaferes showed once...

TRIATHLON Preview: Luis and Zaferes lead the 2019 World Series heading into Montreal’s Sprint

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The second sprint race of the 2019 ITU World Series season comes this weekend in Montreal (CAN), with Vincent Luis (FRA) and Katie Zaferes...

TRIATHLON Preview: Alistair Brownlee returns as Zaferes tries to stay perfect in Leeds

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The fourth stage of the 2019 ITU World Series is in Leeds (GBR) on Sunday, with the return of a double Olympic champion on...

TRIATHLON Preview: Can Zaferes win her third in a row in Yokohama World Series?

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The third of eight rounds in the 2019 ITU World Series comes this weekend in Yokohama (JPN) for an Olympic-distance triathlon: 1.5 km swim,...

TRIATHLON: Zaferes and Spivey go 1-2 for U.S. in World Series opener in Abu...

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A powerful U.S. team went 1-2-4 on the women’s Sprint course in Abu Dhabi (UAE), with Katie Zaferes scoring her second career World Triathlon...

TRIATHLON Preview: ITU World Series starts in Abu Dhabi

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The first of the nine legs of the 2019 ITU World Series starts on Friday in Abu Dhabi (UAE) with Sprint races for both...

TRIATHLON: Mola & Holland win World Series titles; Zaferes second

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The Grand Final of the 2018 ITU World Series was expected to be a coronation for Spain’s Mario Mola and a fight to the...

TRIATHLON Preview: Mola & Zaferes looking for World Series titles in Gold Coast

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The International Triathlon Union picked a perfectly-named venue for the World Series Final of the 2018 season as someone is going to win the...

TRIATHLON: Mola and Zaferes stay on top of World Series rankings

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All but one race of the 2018 ITU World Series is now complete, with the seasonal leaders clear, but the races not at all...

TRIATHLON Preview: World Series races too close to call in Montreal

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The seventh of eight stops on the International Triathlon Union’s World Series for 2018 comes in Montreal, Quebec (CAN), with a tight battle for...

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