Reporting back just after the congress, Dalli stated that 'for the Malta Triathlon Federation to be part of the continental fora of discussion and planning of Triathlon is an honour, but mostly, a necessity for us. Being present at this stage not only gives recognition to the efforts that the MTF is investing in a continual development and improvement of our sport at local level, but also serves as the idela forum to network with other federations, big and small, around the continent, thus sharing ideas, learn from other countries' experiences and processes, and develop ways on how to put thme in practice. It also serves to be aware of possibilities and opportunities for our athletes and coaches to race, train and attend camps during the year, thus serving to improve the level of play of Triathlon in Malta', concluded Dalli.
The most important continental involvement of the Malta Triathlon Federation during 2016 will be the participation of Maltese triathletes in the European Triathlon Championships which will be held in Lisbon in May.
Locally, the Malta Triathlon Federation has already divulged its Calendar of Events for the year which will see a healthy list of multisport races of short and long distances organised by the MTF itself and its affiliated clubs.