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Highlights from the Triathlon World Series.

Genres: Sports
Station: BBC Two (UK)
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Status: Running
Start: 2016-03-06

Triathlon: World Series Air Dates

S2016E09 - Mexico Air Date: 19 September 2016 12:45 -

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Ore Oduba introduces the best of the action from the elite women's race in the season-ending World Series Grand Final. Britain's Jodie Stimpson was among the triathletes seeking to finish the nine-leg World Series as world champion on the Mexican island of Cozumel.

Look forward to a stellar line up as the series reaches its climax, with Olympic champion Gwen Jorgensen and bronze medallist, Vicky Holland both looking to end the season in style.

S2017E01 - Abu Dhabi Highlights Air Date: 05 March 2017 13:00 -

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The best of the action and reaction from the opening leg of the World Series as the world's finest triathletes compete in the Middle East.

Great Britain's Jodie Stimpson, who won the women's race in Abu Dhabi in 2016, competes for Great Britain against current World Champion Flora Duffy. In the men's event, Spain's Mario Mola came out on top in 2016 before going on to win the world title. This year, he faces competition from Rio 2016 Olympic bronze medallist Henri Schoeman and fellow South African Richard Murray on the new Abu Dhabi course, but this trio of talent face a tough test as five-time World Champion Javier Gomez returns to the field.

S2017E02 - Gold Coast Highlights Air Date: 09 April 2017 09:45 -

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The best of the action and reaction from the second round of the World Series, held on the same Gold Coast course in Australia that will be used for 2018's Commonwealth Games.

In the absence of Britain's Brownlee brothers, the frontrunners are likely to be Spanish pair Javier Gomez and Mario Mola, world champions past and present. Mola won this race in 2016, while five-time world champion Gomez began the current campaign with victory in March on his return to World Series action after a lengthy break.

In the women's event, Britain's Jodie Stimpson was looking to build on her silver medal in March's first stage, which marked her comeback from a six-month lay-off with an Achilles injury. She was pipped on the line in Abu Dhabi by New Zealand Andrea Hewitt, who was also due to compete in this race.

S2017E03 - Yokohama Highlights Air Date: 14 May 2017 12:00 -

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The best of the action and reaction from the third round of the elite World Series, held in the Japanese coastal city Yokohama.

Britain's two-time Olympic medallist Jonathan Brownlee is expected to compete for the first time after an injury-delayed start to the season. With his older brother and double Olympic champion Alistair focusing on longer-distance events this year, the winners of the season's first two races have been Spanish pair Javier Gomez and Mario Mola - world champions past and present.

In the women's event, a strong British contingent includes former world champion Non Stanford and 2016 Olympic bronze medallist Vicky Holland. Their expected rivals include revitalised New Zealander Andrea Hewitt, who is vying to continue her perfect start to the season with a hat-trick of World Series victories.

Triathlon: World Series Actors

Louise Minchin(Presenter)

Jonathan Edwards(Presenter)

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