Racing schedule 2014

Lisa Norden wins the US OPEN Dallas Triathlon for the 4th year in a row

March ITU Continental Cup TBC

April 26-27 ITU World Series Cape Town South Africa

May 17-18 ITU World Series Yokohama Japan

May 31-June 1 ITU World Series London United Kingdom

July 12-13 ITU World Series Hamburg Germany

August 23-24 ITU World Series Stockholm Sweden

Aug 26-Sept 1 ITU World Series Edmonton* Canada



13.04.2013 Challenge Fuerteventura, Fuerteventura Canary Islands

28.04.2013 5150 St Anthonys, Florida US

04.05.2013 St. George 70,3, Utah US

16.06.2013 ITU European Champs, Alanya Turkey

23.06.2013 Syracuse 70,3, NY US

24.08.2013 ITU World Triathlon Series Stockholm

1.09.2013 5150 Hy-Vee Triathlon, IW US

9.09.2013 Las Vegas 70,3 World Champs, NV US

21.09.2013 Beijing International Triathlon, China



25.03.12 Mooloolaba  ITU World Cup

14.04.12 SYDNEY ITU World Triathlon Series

10.05.12 SAN DIEGO ITU World Triathlon Series

23.07.12 KITZBUHEL ITU World Triathlon Series

14.07.12 5i50 Zürich

22.07.12 HAMBURG ITU World Triathlon Series


04.08.12 OLYMPIC GAMES LONDON ITU World Triathlon Series

25.08.12 STOCKHOLM ITU World Triathlon Series

01.09.12 Hy-Vee Triathlon DES MOINES

29-30.09.12 YOKOHAMA ITU World Triathlon Series

20-21.10.12 AUCKLAND ITU World Triathlon Series GRAND FINAL


Training camps

November 2011 until April 2012 – Canberra, Australia

21 April until 8 May – Arizona, United States

20 June until 1 August – Davos, Switzerland

3 September  until 2 October – Arizona, United States

I get very excited seeing the list of races that will make out my 2012. Not only for the big one in august, the once every four year Olympic Games kind of race. But for the season as a whole.

The way the camps are laid out, the travel and the places I get to go to.

Davos is almost like a second home to me now as I have spent four summers there already. It’s nice to have somewhere where you know the routes, the weather, the girl in the supermarket. But it adds a bit of excitement for me to go somewhere new, to break it up and spend some time in Arizona. A new playground. This before putting my head down doing the last push before the games.

After the Olympics I have some time to reestablish a base and spend some time on my TT bike. Obviously defending my win in the Hy-Vee triathlon is a big target. This will also work hand in hand with the ITU World Series Final which has a very demanding bike course.