Our up-to-date breakdown of the top contenders for the podium at this year’s Hawaii Ironman World Championships men’s event.
We take a quick flyby video tour of the 2022 Ironman World Championship Kona course.
The men’s race and the women’s race are on two different days for the first time ever in Kona, and as such they’ll play out very differently out on the road. We gaze into our crystal ball to see how the race could go.
Think you know the Ironman World Championship in Kona? Think again. We’ve got a full guide for racers, family, friends, and dedicated fans with expert insight into every detail of the IMWC experience.
Get Started in Triathlon
Looking to sign up for your first triathlon? We share everything you need to know to help you have a successful first race.
Ranging from $3,500 to $12,000, we hands-on review and rate five of the best triathlon bikes from 2022 and beyond.
Triathlon Training Plans
This 70.3 training plan is designed for first-time half Ironman participants who want to do just enough training for a successful finish.
This summer marks the 40th anniversary of the first professional tri prize purse. We take an in-depth look back at the eras that have defined our sport and how the pros have affected the age-group experience.
While modern triathlon was born in 1974 on the sands of Mission Bay, San Diego, and Ironman was created in 1978 in Hawai’i, it was 1982 when the true spark was lit. Julie Moss’s famous crawl to the finish line at Ironman Hawaii in February was beamed to living rooms across the planet via ABC’s Wide World of Sports, and the sport was primed for a boom. Up until that year, the term “professional triathlete” didn’t exist, as no race had offered prize money. But starting in 1982, professional triathlon—and the sport as a whole— would never be the same.