Triathlon New Zealand is the national governing body for the sports of triathlon, duathlon, aquathlon and off-road triathlon. They are a non-profit incorporated society based in Newmarket, Auckland. Tri NZ is made up of a team of 17 staff and many passionate volunteers and supporters.

The New Zealand Triathlon Association was formed in September 1984, with a modern constitution for a sport delivered via events. Today’s organisation was the result of the merging of two national bodies; the New Zealand Triathlon Association and the Multisport Association of New Zealand in 1988. Formed in 1984 and 1985 respectively, the NZTA was Auckland based, and the MANZ membership was mainly south of the Bombay Hills.

ClientTriathlon New ZealandServicesCreative Direction, Graphic Design, Web Design, UI &

Project Overview

Triathlon New Zealand is the governing body for the sports of triathlon, duathlon, aquathlon and off-road triathlon. Tasked with creating a truly seamless and memorable digital experience to their rapidly evolving audience and increase participation in the sport.

The Challenge

Tasked with the challenge of bringing the goals and values of Triathlon New Zealand to life online while also driving an increase in participation for local and national events and community engagement with the organisation.






The Solution

Built on the back of the WordPress Content Management System means that the learning curve of website administration becomes dramatically reduced and digital experiences can be delivered to their customers ensuring their experience is seamless and creating colour coded page templates that visually communicates to the user which content they are viewing.


Register to an Event


Meet the Athletes


Stay Informed

Social Hub

Join the Conversation


Colour Coded Pages

The Prototype

Preview the high-fidelity prototypes that look and work exactly like a real website and watch short video demos demonstrating website usability and functionality.


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