TRI Taranaki Festival Schedule

Festival Overview


Wednesday 25 March

8:00am - 1:00pmWeetbix Tryathlon
Kids age 7 - 15 years having a go!
Ngāmotu Beach 
Thursday 26 March    
4pm-6pmElite Athlete registration 
Plymouth International Hotel 
6.00pmElite Athlete Race Briefing (only one representative may attend)Plymouth International Hotel 

Friday 27 March

9:00amITU World Cup Cycle Course FamiliarisationNgāmotu Beach 
10:30amITU World Cup Swim Course FamiliarisationNgāmotu Beach 
4pm-6pmWIL Sport Oceania Junior RegistrationVIP Marquee, Ngamotu Beach
6:00pmWIL Sport Oceania Junior Race Briefing - only ONE representative may attend for each countryVIP Marquee, Ngamotu Beach
6:00pmWIL Sport Oceania Team Relay BriefingVIP Marquee, Ngamotu Beach

Saturday 28 March
12:00pm - 2:00pmTriathlon Registration (Sunday Athletes)Port Taranaki Building, Ngamotu Beach 
1:45pmWIL Sport Oceania Junior WomenNgāmotu Beach 
2:30pmWIL Sport Oceania Junior Male
3:50pmITU World Cup Elite Women
5:40pmITU World Cup Elite Men
6.50pm  Medal Presentations all EventsNgāmotu Beach

Sunday 29 March
6:00am - 7:00amTriathlon Registration (NZ Sprint and Tri-er)Ngāmotu Beach 
7:45amNZ Sprint Triathlon Championship
8:30am - 9:30am Fun Run Registration
9:30amTaranaki Tri-er
9:45amFun Run

WIL Sport Oceania Mixed Relay



2019 ITU Triathlon World Cup

Gold Luke Wilan, Australia, 56:04
Silver Justus Nieschlag, Germany, 56:10
Bronze Sam Ward, New Zealand, 56:10

Gold Angelica Olmo, Italy, 1:03:27
Silver, Jolanda Annen, Switzerland, 1:03:28
Bronze, Jaz Hedgeland, Australia, 1:03:36

WIL Sport NZ Oceania Junior Champs 2018

Gold Lorcan Redmond, Australia, 1:00:17
Silver Luke Schofield, Australia, 1:00:24
Bronze Jayden Schofield, Australia, 1:00:37

Gold Hannah Knighton, New Zealand, 1:07:46
Silver Ari Graham, New Zealand, 1:09:00
Bronze Romy Wolstencroft, Australia, 1:10:14
(NOTE The race was won by Desirae Ridenour (Canada) who is not eligible for Oceania Medals)

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