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Triathlon Australia holds a special place in the annals of the sport around the world – a country that has played such a huge part in developing triathlon in its journey from suburban beachside streets to Olympic cities Sydney, Athens, Beijing, London, Rio and now Tokyo.
A sport that started out with boys wearing a pair of swimming trunks and the girls a one-piece swimsuit.
From our first World Champions Greg Welch, Miles Stewart and Michellie Jones to our reigning champions like Paralympic golden girl Katie Kelly and Paralympic Cross Tri world champion Justin Godfrey, triathlon now ticks every box in the world of multi-sport for all distances and all ages.
Streamlined hi-tech Scody one piece race suits made to swim, bike and run and designed to accommodate the rigors of one of the largest growing sports in the world.

To celebrate Australia’s proud triathlon history, Triathlon Australia in conjunction with its official suit manufacturer Scody has today unveiled what is believed to be a first in Australian sport - the latest competition suit that has the names of every Australian Elite World, Olympic and Commonwealth Games champion – across all disciplines – printed into the material of the suit.
It is also fitting today’s launch featured members of the Australian teams who will debut the suits in Saturday’s WTS and WPS races on the Gold Coast – which will also act as the first selection races for the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Attending today’s launch were two of the legends of Triathlon in Australia whose names figure prominently on the suits – Olympic and three-time world champion Emma Snowsill and Olympic silver medallist and two-time ITU World Champion Michellie Jones – who will again act as Paralympic gold medallist Katie Kelly’s Guide on Saturday.

“There is something so special about wearing the green and gold, there are only a rare few people that get to do that, so every time you do it’s something to be proud of,” said Emma Frodeno.

 I’m just so proud to still be racing for Australia and being a guide to Katie Kelly, helping her dreams come true. We have such a rich history in this sport and for it to be displayed on our uniforms is really special,” said Michellie Jones.

The design features traditional Australia colours and the names run together as a horizontal design element and from a distance represent Triathlon Australia as a whole but up close are recognisable as individual achievements.
By using traditional colours it reinforces the link with tradition and the past.
“Triathlon Australia wanted a fresh start – a new Olympic quadrennium, with new athletes, a new High Performance team – a perfect time to reflect on its brand and the meaning of our logo,” said Triathlon’s CEO and former two-time world champion Miles Stewart (who also features on the suit).
 “They are designed to reflect the proud history of our country in this sport while also reflecting on a new era and resurgence as a dominant country. 
“It had to be traditional yet modern design  – adding a touch of ‘bling’ instead of yellow – so we thought let’s make it gold.

“The end products are new suits that are very special indeed – collectors items that will change every year depending on how many new champions we crown.”

SCODY interpreted the brief as a design that would:
•      Recognise past achievements while at the same time encourage and inspire future achievements. 
•      Recognise the role that past athletes have played in creating the future for current athletes.  
•      Represent all triathlon disciplines. 
•      Be inclusive and show Triathlon Australia as one team
•      Preserve a link with tradition as well as; 
•      Being new
The finished product is inclusive and represents all triathlon disciplines and categories at an elite level in a design that:
-       Reflects achievement and winning and recognises the individuals who have contributed to Triathlon Australia.
-       Stimulates current and future athletes to draw on past achievements as inspiration for future achievements. 
-       Lets current athletes reflect on their role in creating history.
-       Can be kept up to date with new achievements. 
“The suit recognizes the role our past champions have played in creating the sport as it is today and provides our current athletes with a symbol of support from past champions,” said Scody National Account Manager Simon Davies.
“When our current athletes wear the suit we hope they will reflect on a proud tradition that they are now responsible for perpetuating.”

World Triathlon Series

Ryan Bailie Emma Jackson
Ryan Fisher Ashleigh Gentle
Jake Birtwhistle Charlotte McShane
Declan Wilson Emma Jeffcoat
Luke Willian Tamsyn Moana Veale
Marcel Walkington Natalie Van Coevorden
Matt Baker Gillian Backhouse
Drew Box Jaz Hedgeland

World Paratriathlon Series
PTHC: Nic Beveridge, Bill Chaffey, Scott Crowley, Sara Tait, Emily Tapp (Commonwealth Games category)
PT2: Brant Garvey, Glen Jarvis
PT4: Justin Godfrey, Kerryn Harvey, Clint Pickin, Sally Pilbeam
PT5: Kate Doughty, Josh Kassulke
PTVI: Jonathan Goerlach/Luke Whitmore, Gerrard Gosens/Dmitri Simons, Katie Kelly/Michellie Jones

WPS Start Lists:
Men’s Start List:
Women’s Start List

Triathlon Australia Champions
Greg Welch 1990 ITU Triathlon World Champion
1993 ITU Duathlon World Champion
1996 ITU Long Distance World Champion

Miles Stewart 1991 ITU Triathlon World Champion

Michellie Jones 1992/1993 ITU Triathlon World Champion

Jenny Alcorn 1992 ITU Duathlon World Champion

Emma Carney 1994/1997 ITU Triathlon World Champion

Ben Bright 1994 ITU Junior Triathlon World Champion

Clare Carney 1994 ITU Junior Triathlon World Champion

Chris Hill 1995 ITU Junior Triathlon World Champion

Andrew Noble 1996 ITU Duathlon World Champion

Jackie Gallagher 1996 ITU Triathlon World Champion
1996 ITU Duathlon World Champion
1999 ITU Duathlon World Champion

Chris McCormack 1997 ITU Triathlon World Champion
2012 ITU Long Distance Triathlon World Champion

Joanne King 1997 ITU Junior Triathlon World Champion
1998 ITU Triathlon World Champion

Jonathan Hall 1997 ITU Duathlon World Champion

Nicole Hackett 1997/1998 ITU Junior Triathlon World Champion
2000 ITU Triathlon World Champion

Rina Hill 1998/1999 ITU Aquathlon World Champion
1998 ITU Long Course Triathlon World Champion

Loretta Harrop 1999 ITU Triathlon World Champion

Courtney Atkinson 1999 ITU Junior Triathlon World Champion

Peter Robertson 2001/2003/2005 ITU Triathlon World Champion

Brad Kahlefeldt 2002 ITU Under 23 Triathlon World Champion
2006 Commonwealth Games Champion

Emma Snowsill 2003/2005/2006 ITU Triathlon World Champion
2006 Commonwealth Games Champion
2008 Olympic Champion

Felicity Abram 2003 ITU Junior Triathlon World Champion

Nikki Egyed 2003 ITU Under 23 Triathlon World Champion

Annabel Luxford 2004 ITU Under 23 Triathlon World Champion

Erin Densham 2006 ITU Under 23 Triathlon World Champion

Leon Griffin 2006 ITU Duathlon World Champion

Emma Moffatt 2009/2010 ITU Triathlon World Champion

Bill Chaffey 2009/11/12/13/15 ITU Paratriathlon World Champion

Ashleigh Gentle 2010 ITU Junior Triathlon World Champion

Emma Jackson 2010 ITU Under 23 Triathlon World Champion

Aaron Royle 2012 ITU Under 23 Triathlon World Champion

Felicity Sheedy-Ryan 2012 ITU Duathlon World Champion

Charlotte McShane 2013 ITU Under 23 Triathlon World Champion

Melissa Hauschildt 2013 ITU Long Distance Triathlon World Champion

Sally Pilbeam 2014/2015 ITU Paratriathlon World Champion

Jacob Birtwhistle 2015 ITU Under 23 Triathlon World Champion
2014 ITU Junior 23 Duathlon World Champion

Gillian Backhouse 2014 ITU Under 23 Duathlon World Champion

Katie Kelly/Michellie Jones 2015 ITU Paratriathlon World Champions
2016 Paralypic Champions

Ellie Salthouse 2009 ITU Under 23 Aquathlon World Champion

Elle Leahy 2016 ITU Junior Aquathlon World Champion

Justin Godfrey 2016 ITU Cross Paratriathlon World Champion