Changing of the guard for triathlon women.Veterans Emma Moffatt and Erin Densham put in a strong showing finishing 6th and 12th respectively in the women's triathlon. They passed the baton to young gun Ashleigh Gentle, who placed 26th in her olympic debut race.
Triathlon boys gallant effort in tough conditions. The men's triathlon trio of Aaron Royle, Ryan Bailie and Ryan Fisher put in a strong showing at Copacabana. Finishing 9th, 10th and 24th respectively.
Emma Moffatt | Journey to RioDual Olympian Emma Moffatt shares her journey to her historical third Games in the women's triathlon.
2016 Triathlon Team announcedSix Australian athletes have been selected to compete in the Triathlon at Rio 2016.
Australian Olympic Team Weekly Wrap - 23 May 2016K4 gold, six athletes added to the 2016 Team and a new personal best for Genevieve LaCaze.
Weekly Wrap - 16 May 2016With Rio Olympic selection on the line and medals up for grabs the Aussies have impressed around the world.
Emma Jackson - Journey to RioLondon 2012 Triathlete shares her rocky 2015 season and her aspirations to make her second Olympic appearance.
Journey to Rio: Aaron RoyleTriathlete Aaron Royle talks about the Rio 2016 triathlon course and what it would mean to him to make the Olympic Team.
ASPIRE #3 - Sydney stars inspired at ASPIRESixty of Australia's Rio 2016 hopefuls heard from Matt Shirvington, Kitty Chiller and Aaron Royle at the third ASPIRE session in Sydney.
ASPIRE #3 - SydneySixty of Australia's Rio 2016 hopefuls heard from Matt Shirvington, Kitty Chiller and Aaron Royle at the third ASPIRE session in Sydney.
Swimmers enter the water on Copacabana BeachCompetitors leave from the start of the mens triathlon during the Aquece Rio Triathlon at Copacabana beach on August 2, 2015 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Australian triathlete Jacob Birtwhistle on Copacabana Beach Jacob Birtwhistle of Australia leaves the water during the men's triathlon ITU World Olympic Qualification Event at Copacabana beach on August 2, 2015 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Moffy: My Road to RioBeijing 2008 Olympic bronze medallist Emma Moffatt saw her world come crashing down when she fell on the bike leg of the London 2012 triathlon. The World Champion reveals she has unfinished business at the Rio Games in 2016 when she will be 32.