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2020/04/01

TriathlonLIVE.tv免費試用365天

ith millions of people around the world currently staying at home in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, TriathlonLIVE.tv is offering a 365 DAY FREE TRIAL to allow all multisport fans the chance to enjoy its huge archive of racing, interviews and exclusive behind-the-scenes features going back 30 years. Subscribers can register for the 365 DAY FREE TRIAL via this link. Please see below for a series of FAQ relating to the offer: Who can access the trial? The Free Trial is for anyone who is new to TriathlonLIVE. If you were a previous subscriber who has cancelled or disabled your subscription, you will not be able to access the free trial with the same email as your existing account. If you sign up and have an existing account, you will be charged for an annual subscription. My credit card was charged $1 USD (or converted amount in my currency) $1 holding charge will be processed on the customer’s card. These transactions will be reversed immediately and should disappear from accounts within 24 hours. The reason for this charge is to help prevent fraud. It says that my trial will renew in 30 days, but I signed up for 365 Please rest assured that your trial period is for the duration of 1 year or 365 days. The 365-day trial is a manual edit to the technical platform which unfortunately only offers a maximum trial of 30 days, as such some of the fixed text cannot be edited or customised – such as in the customer confirmation email or on the subscription page. We assure you that is you received the confirmation sign-up email; the trial is for 365. Our apologies for the confusion. I did not receive an email about subscription changes Only for current monthly and annual PAID subscribers. All current and paid passholders should have received an email on March 17th regarding changes to their current subscriptions as per below: Monthly subscriptions have been paused and will be renewed when live racing starts again. Annual subscriptions have been paused and will renew on November 31st, 2021, giving subscribers full access to the 2021 live season and includes any live racing at the end of 2020. If you did not receive an email, please check your junk folder. If you still don’t think you received the email, please send us a note and we will be happy to confirm your subscription and forward you the email for your records. I got charged incorrectly, when will I get my refund? Please note anyone that has been falsely charged between March 18th and 24th have been refunded and should have received an email from World Triathlon confirming their refund on xx date. If you have been wrongly charged on different dates or did not receive a confirmation email, please let us know and we will work with support to solve the issue. For any further enquiries, please email: https://www.triathlonlive.tv/contact/support
2020/03/14

全球鐵人三項賽事及活動暫停至4月30日...

n the light of the rapid spread worldwide of COVD-19, the Executive Board of the International Triathlon Union has decided to suspend all activities until the 30th April. The measure includes the suspension of all the competitions in the World Triathlon calendar, courses, camps and other activities, and therefore all the World Ranking, Olympic Qualification Ranking, Paratriathlon Ranking and Paralympic Qualification Rankings will be immediately frozen, from Monday 16th of March 2020. World Triathlon President and IOC member, Marisol Casado, said: “This is a decision that is hard to take, and you can have my word that we are taking it with the health and safety of athletes, coaches, officials, facilitators, staff, volunteers and spectators, all the triathlon family, as the top priority. We are taking this decision convinced that we all have to take our part to prevent and stop the spread of the virus. It is our responsibility, as a society. And having our athletes, coaches, officials and staff travelling around the world at this challenging time is not something that we in World Triathlon are willing to risk”. All the events in the World Triathlon and Continental calendars will be immediately postponed until further notice. ITU strongly recommends all the affiliated National Federations to extend the measures as well in their territories, to avoid spreading the virus. All World Triathlon staff will be working from home during these weeks. World Triathlon will continue working during this time to try to reallocate the events after the 30th 0f April when possible and will work with all stakeholders to undertake further actions if needed regarding the Olympic and Paralympic qualification rankings. World Triathlon will continue evaluating the situation on a daily basis and will announce any further change in the situation as soon as possible to all stakeholders when this happens.
2020/04/03

全球鐵人三項活動暫停至6月30日止

he World Triathlon Executive Board, met via teleconference this Friday morning, has decided to extend the suspension of all activities of the International Federation until June 30th, due to the current situation worldwide with the COVID-19 outbreak. This suspension includes WTS Yokohama, three African (ATU) cups, three American (PATCO) events, four Asian (ASTC) cups, one event in Oceania (OTU) and eight in Europe, (ETU) plus the Yokohama Paratriathlon Series and Paratriathlon World Cup. “The suspension of all activities doesn’t mean at all that we stop working. We are meeting with athletes, coaches, National Federations, Continental Confederations, the IOC, the IPC, the organisers and our Committees involved in these activities to work on alternative dates and possibilities, as well as monitoring daily the situation while following the World Health Organization recommendations”, explained World Triathlon President and IOC member, Marisol Casado. With the new dates for the Olympics and Paralympics now in place, World Triathlon is now working closely not only on the preparations for the events in 2021, but also with athletes, coaches and the IOC to establish new dates and events for resuming the Olympic and Paralympic Qualification rankings. We have also agreed with all five Continental Confederations to suspend the Continental events also until June 30. World Triathlon is working closely with all affected local organisers, National Federations and Continental Confederations on each particular event, working on alternative dates when possible and coordinating a calendar to maximize the racing opportunities for athletes from all over the world once the pandemic is controlled and we can offer them fair and safe opportunities to compete. Among other measures, the World Triathlon Board also approved the quota allocation for the Dakar Youth Olympics, to be hosted in 2022. After the IOC approved an increase of the quota from 64 (in Buenos Aires YOG 2018) to 80, the Board now approved the following allocations: all Continents would be allocated at least one extra quota place, except Oceania where, besides Australia and New Zealand, the remaining National Federations can be covered – if requested – by the Universality place. Africa will by default have one more spot with Senegal being the host nation, so actually Africa would have a minimum of five countries in both genders and the biggest opportunities for Universality Places.
2020/04/01

TriathlonLIVE.tv免費試用365天

ith millions of people around the world currently staying at home in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, TriathlonLIVE.tv is offering a 365 DAY FREE TRIAL to allow all multisport fans the chance to enjoy its huge archive of racing, interviews and exclusive behind-the-scenes features going back 30 years. Subscribers can register for the 365 DAY FREE TRIAL via this link. Please see below for a series of FAQ relating to the offer: Who can access the trial? The Free Trial is for anyone who is new to TriathlonLIVE. If you were a previous subscriber who has cancelled or disabled your subscription, you will not be able to access the free trial with the same email as your existing account. If you sign up and have an existing account, you will be charged for an annual subscription. My credit card was charged $1 USD (or converted amount in my currency) $1 holding charge will be processed on the customer’s card. These transactions will be reversed immediately and should disappear from accounts within 24 hours. The reason for this charge is to help prevent fraud. It says that my trial will renew in 30 days, but I signed up for 365 Please rest assured that your trial period is for the duration of 1 year or 365 days. The 365-day trial is a manual edit to the technical platform which unfortunately only offers a maximum trial of 30 days, as such some of the fixed text cannot be edited or customised – such as in the customer confirmation email or on the subscription page. We assure you that is you received the confirmation sign-up email; the trial is for 365. Our apologies for the confusion. I did not receive an email about subscription changes Only for current monthly and annual PAID subscribers. All current and paid passholders should have received an email on March 17th regarding changes to their current subscriptions as per below: Monthly subscriptions have been paused and will be renewed when live racing starts again. Annual subscriptions have been paused and will renew on November 31st, 2021, giving subscribers full access to the 2021 live season and includes any live racing at the end of 2020. If you did not receive an email, please check your junk folder. If you still don’t think you received the email, please send us a note and we will be happy to confirm your subscription and forward you the email for your records. I got charged incorrectly, when will I get my refund? Please note anyone that has been falsely charged between March 18th and 24th have been refunded and should have received an email from World Triathlon confirming their refund on xx date. If you have been wrongly charged on different dates or did not receive a confirmation email, please let us know and we will work with support to solve the issue. For any further enquiries, please email: https://www.triathlonlive.tv/contact/support
2020/03/30

東京奧運延至2021.7.23,帕奧延至...

he International Olympic Committee (IOC), the International Paralympic Committee (IPC), the Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government and the Government of Japan today agreed new dates for the Games of the XXXII Olympiad, in 2021. The Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 will be celebrated from 23 July to 8 August 2021. They also agreed on new dates for the Paralympic Games, which will be celebrated from 24 August until 5 September 2021. “We have been working together with all the Olympic and Paralympic stakeholders in the last few days to find new dates for the Tokyo Games, and all the International Federations have unanimously approved this decision”, said World Triathlon President and IOC member, Marisol Casado. “Even though we would have preferred to move the Games to earlier dates, where the impact of the heat was a bit lower, we agreed that these dates are the best solution for all sports, athletes and IFs, and therefore support wholeheartedly the decision. And I am absolutely confident that we will have magnificent Games in Tokyo next summer, with the help and support of all of us involved in the preparations for hosting the event”, she said. The leaderships of the key parties came together via telephone conference earlier today, joined by IOC President Thomas Bach, Tokyo 2020 President Mori Yoshirō, Tokyo Governor Koike Yuriko and Olympic and Paralympic Minister Hashimoto Seiko, and agreed on the new schedule. This decision was taken based on three main considerations and in line with the principles established by the IOC Executive Board (EB) on 17 March 2020 and confirmed at its meeting today. These were supported by all the International Summer Olympic Sports Federations (IFs) and all the National Olympic Committees (NOCs): 1. To protect the health of the athletes and everyone involved, and to support the containment of the COVID-19 virus. 2. To safeguard the interests of the athletes and of Olympic sport. 3. The global international sports calendar. These new dates give the health authorities and all involved in the organisation of the Games the maximum time to deal with the constantly changing landscape and the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The new dates, exactly one year after those originally planned for 2020 (Olympic Games: 24 July to 9 August 2020 and Paralympic Games: 25 August to 6 September 2020), also have the added benefit that any disruption that the postponement will cause to the international sports calendar can be kept to a minimum, in the interests of the athletes and the IFs. Additionally, they will provide sufficient time to finish the qualification process. The same heat mitigation measures as planned for 2020 will be implemented. In a call on Tuesday 24 March 2020, based on information provided by the WHO at the time, IOC President Thomas Bach and Japanese Prime Minister Abe Shinzō concluded that the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 would be held in their complete form and not later than summer 2021. The Prime Minister reiterated that the government of Japan stands ready to fulfil its responsibility for hosting these successful Games. At the same time, IOC President Thomas Bach stressed the full commitment of the IOC to successful Olympic Games Tokyo 2020. Following today’s decision, the IOC President said: “I want to thank the International Federations for their unanimous support and the Continental Associations of National Olympic Committees for the great partnership and their support in the consultation process over the last few days. I would also like to thank the IOC Athletes’ Commission, with whom we have been in constant contact. With this announcement, I am confident that, working together with the Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, the Japanese Government and all our stakeholders, we can master this unprecedented challenge. Humankind currently finds itself in a dark tunnel. These Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 can be a light at the end of this tunnel.” Andrew Parsons, the President of the IPC, commented: “It is fantastic news that we could find new dates so quickly for the Tokyo 2020 Games. The new dates provide certainty for the athletes, reassurance for the stakeholders and something to look forward to for the whole world. When the Paralympic Games do take place in Tokyo next year, they will be an extra-special display of humanity uniting as one, a global celebration of human resilience and a sensational showcase of sport. With the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games 512 days away, the priority for all those involved in the Paralympic Movement must be to focus on staying safe with their friends and family during this unprecedented and difficult time.” The President of the Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee, Mori Yoshirō, said: “IOC President Thomas Bach and the Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee held a conference call today to discuss in detail the revised dates of the Tokyo 2020 Games. Minister for the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games Hashimoto Seiko and Tokyo Governor Koike Yuriko joined the call. I proposed that the Games should be hosted between July and August 2021, and I really appreciate that President Bach, having discussed this proposal with the various international sports federations and other related organisations, kindly accepted my proposal. A certain amount of time is required for the selection and qualification of athletes and for their training and preparation, and the consensus was that staging the rescheduled Games during the summer vacation in Japan would be preferable. In terms of transport, arranging volunteers and the provision of tickets for those in Japan and overseas, as well as allowing for the COVID-19 situation, we think that it would be better to reschedule the Games to one year later than planned, in the summer of 2021. Notwithstanding the postponement of the Olympic and Paralympic Games for the first time in history, and various other issues that have already been highlighted, the event schedule is the cornerstone of future preparations, and I am convinced that taking this decision promptly will help speed up future preparations. I would like to thank all the stakeholders, including the host city Tokyo and the Government of Japan, for their hard work during this short period. The Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee will continue to work hard for the success of next year’s Games.” Governor Koike Yuriko said: “In consideration of the global coronavirus outbreak, we need a certain timeframe before we fully prepare for the delivery of Games that are safe and secure for the athletes and spectators. Also, the preparation for the new dates will go smoothly, as the dates match with same timeframe as the original competition dates, corresponding with ticketing, venue staffing, volunteers and transport. Therefore, I believe that celebrating the opening of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 on 23 July 2021 is ideal. The athletes, volunteers, torchbearers and local municipality governments have been concerned about the situation. Since we now have concrete new dates to aim for, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government will commit all its resources, and work closely with the Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee, the national government and other stakeholders to fully prepare for the delivery of Games that are safe and secure.” It has previously been confirmed that all athletes already qualified and quota places already assigned for the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 will remain unchanged. This is a result of the fact that these Olympic Games Tokyo , in agreement with Japan, will remain the Games of the XXXII Olympiad.
2020/03/14

全球鐵人三項賽事及活動暫停至4月30日...

n the light of the rapid spread worldwide of COVD-19, the Executive Board of the International Triathlon Union has decided to suspend all activities until the 30th April. The measure includes the suspension of all the competitions in the World Triathlon calendar, courses, camps and other activities, and therefore all the World Ranking, Olympic Qualification Ranking, Paratriathlon Ranking and Paralympic Qualification Rankings will be immediately frozen, from Monday 16th of March 2020. World Triathlon President and IOC member, Marisol Casado, said: “This is a decision that is hard to take, and you can have my word that we are taking it with the health and safety of athletes, coaches, officials, facilitators, staff, volunteers and spectators, all the triathlon family, as the top priority. We are taking this decision convinced that we all have to take our part to prevent and stop the spread of the virus. It is our responsibility, as a society. And having our athletes, coaches, officials and staff travelling around the world at this challenging time is not something that we in World Triathlon are willing to risk”. All the events in the World Triathlon and Continental calendars will be immediately postponed until further notice. ITU strongly recommends all the affiliated National Federations to extend the measures as well in their territories, to avoid spreading the virus. All World Triathlon staff will be working from home during these weeks. World Triathlon will continue working during this time to try to reallocate the events after the 30th 0f April when possible and will work with all stakeholders to undertake further actions if needed regarding the Olympic and Paralympic qualification rankings. World Triathlon will continue evaluating the situation on a daily basis and will announce any further change in the situation as soon as possible to all stakeholders when this happens.