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GE launches triVIEWER

You can now virtually race anyone you want

This just in from the main sponsors of British Triathlon…

GE, Worldwide Olympic Partner, Elite Partner of the GB Triathlon Team and sponsor of many of the UK’s leading triathlons, including the British Triathlon Super Series events and the Hyde Park round of the ITU World Championship Series, has launched triVIEWER, a new and free online tool, which enables triathletes to visualise their races and compare their performances against the field, friends… or even opponents!

GE’s triVIEWER will enable participants in most future British Triathlon Federation affiliated triathlon events to re-live races post event.

Today, GE’s triVIEWER will show this past weekend’s GE Blenheim Triathlon results, and competitors will be able to watch their races evolve and compare their performance against competitors from other waves, the elite wave and even high profile triathletes such as Jenson Button or his girlfriend Jessica Michibata.

Tomorrow, GE’s triVIEWER will be rolled out across the archive of up to 14 years of British Triathlon Federation affiliated races, so triathletes will also be able to look back at past performances.

GE’s triVIEWER allows triathletes to:

View race results in graphical form (triathlons, duathlons and aquathlons).

Watch a personalised post-race animation of their race.

Compare their race to that of friends… or rivals!

Share their race with friends and family via Facebook, Twitter and email.

Analyse their race through additional graphs and charts.

See how their results compare to the race winner or celebrities.

To view your or a friend’s race at the GE Blenheim Triathlon on triVIEWER visit www.triviewer.com

To learn more about what GE is doing in triathlon visit www.facebook.com/GEtriathlon

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Matt is a regular contributor to 220 Triathlon, having joined the magazine in 2008. He’s raced everything from super-sprint to Ironman, duathlons and off-road triathlons, and can regularly be seen on the roads and trails around Bristol. Matt is the author of Triathlon! from Aurum Press and is now the editor of Cycling Plus magazine.