British Triathlon Federation

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British Triathlon Federation
BTF
Sport triathlon
multisport
Jurisdiction Great Britain
Headquarters Sir John Beckwith Building, Loughborough University, Leicestershire
President Dr Sarah Springman OBE
Chief Exec Zara Peters
Sponsor Corus Group
Official website
www.britishtriathlon.org
United Kingdom

The British Triathlon Federation (BTF), formerly known as the British Triathlon Association (BTA), is the national governing body for the sports of triathlon, duathlon and multisport in Great Britain.[1]

Structure[edit]

It is a federation of the three Home Nation membership associations (Triathlon England, Triathlon Scotland and Welsh Triathlon).

Membership of governing bodies[edit]

The British Triathlon Federation is one of the 32 national sports governing bodies represented in the British Olympic Association and is a member of, and British triathlon’s representative organisation with, the European Triathlon Union and the International Triathlon Union.[2][3][4]

Funding[edit]

The British Triathlon Federation's principal corporate partner / sponsor is the Corus Group.[1]

Function[edit]

Its stated purpose is to promote excellence in the sport through events, clubs, news, performance and development of triathlon, and is responsible for such matters as Great Britain’s international representation in the sport, Great Britain's Elite and Age Group teams, British and international events, all matters relating to doping and various other administrative functions and services that the three Home Nations share.[1]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "British Triathlon". British Triathlon Federation. Retrieved 17 September 2009. 
  2. ^ "National Olympic Committee" (.doc). British Olympic Association. Retrieved 17 September 2009. 
  3. ^ "Confederations > Europe > British Triathlon Federation". International Triathlon Union. Retrieved 17 September 2009. 
  4. ^ "European Triathlon Union". International Triathlon Union. Retrieved 17 September 2009. 

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