The Bahamas Triathlon Association (BTA) was formed in the 1980's and has been dormant for a number of years. It became active again since 2015 and from that time we focused on the development of the sports in the country. We want to expose the World to our triathlons and our Triathletes to the world. There are currently between six and eight events a year throughout The Bahamas.  

The association is open to all ages regardless of experience, background or ability. We are an inclusive and welcoming, supporting beginners through their first triathlon alongside more experienced athletes - many members have gone onto represent the Bahamas in international age group races, IronMan, Caribbean and CARIFTA Championships.

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Parade of Athletes for the 2022 Ironman 70.3 World Championships.  JULIE SALAS representing the Bahamas.
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2022 BERMUDA CARIFTA TRIATHLON AND AQUATHLON TEAM

Armando Moss celebrates birthday with Commonwealth Games triathlon appearance

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BIRMINGHAM, England: Former swimmer turned triathlete Armando Moss celebrated his 30th birthday on Friday with a 38th place finish in the men’s individual sprint distance final of the triathlon at Sutton Park.

#In the first final contested by the Bahamas’ 28-member team at the games that will run through August 7, Moss clocked one hour, seven minutes and 26 seconds to trail Jamaica’s Phillip McCatty, who did 1:06.43 and edged out Mark Ofosu of Ghana in 1:09.31.
 

Alex Yee topped the field of 44 competitors who finished the course to snatch the gold for host country England in 50.34, while Hayden Wilde of New Zealand had to settle for the silver in 50.47 – Australia’s Matthew Hauser claimed the bronze in 50.50.

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The TRIBUNE

BRENT STUBBS

Senior Sports Reporter

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2022 National Triathlon Championships