The Garmin Noosa Tri is regarded as one of the top 10 triathlons in the world for good reason and is the premier event on the Australian athletic calendar.
There is no other place you would want to be when the top athletes, largest field of competitors, stunning beachside ambience, and week-long celebrations of Noosa all come together.
Noosa Triathlon Results, 2022, History, Distance
|2021||Luke Willian (Aus)||2:00:36|
|2019||Jacob Birtwhistle (Aus)||1:57:53|
|2018||Aaron Royle (Aus)||2:00:48|
|2017||Jacob Birtwhistle (Aus)||1:59:11|
|2016||Dan Wilson (Aus)||2:02:26|
Ashleigh Gentle’s early hen’s party celebrations after winning the Noosa Triathlon in a time that broke records have been kicked off by breakfast bubbles, while Charlie Quin stunned a star-studded field by winning the men’s race in a time that broke records.
On a steamy Sunshine Coast Sunday morning, Gentle (one hour, 57 minutes, 26 seconds) defeated Amelia Watkinson (1:58.32) to win her eighth consecutive race and ninth overall.
The two-time Olympian, who had a dismal Tokyo campaign, gave up the shorter course circuit and had quick success on the lucrative Professional Triathletes Organisation middle distance tour, capping off a fantastic year.
The World Triathlon Corporation organises the Noosa Triathlon, an annual standard distance triathlon (1500 metre swim, 40 kilometre cycle ride, and 10 kilometre run), which takes place in Noosa, in the Australian state of Queensland.