Understanding why your neck and shoulders hurt can help you find the fix—and pain-free optimal performance.
How a zipper led to a podium shakeup at 70.3 Maine, plus is there anything the French can't win these days?
Get caught up on the most-read and most-discussed stories of July 2023 in our Big Monthly Digest of triathlon news.
A fairy-tale rise in draft-legal tri, followed by "the worst race experience of [her] life” at the Tokyo Olympics led the Australian star to tough decisions - and meteoric success in long-course racing.
Catch all the action on the Ironman 70.3 Maine livestream this Sunday, July 30.
Two expert coaches analyze the Ironman World Championship courses in Kona and Nice, and explain how to apply these crucial lessons to nail your own "championship" race.
New shoe brand Vimazi claims to have optimized its models to your speed. We put them to the test.
This workout targets a sprint or Olympic-distance athlete looking to add a bit more speed to their fitness.
With the first auto-qualification event for the Paris 2024 Games coming up in August, we take a look at which athletes are best poised to make a run for Team USA.
The Paris qualification race is about to get really exciting, really fast. Here's everything you need to know about how U.S. athletes will earn their spots on the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic triathlon starting lines.
It was a coast-to-coast weekend of tri with big races at Ironman Lake Placid and 70.3 Oregon.
Don't be scared to put two sports on the back burner—even in the middle of the season. There are ways to do it right.
Astronautical engineer and author Jim Gourley looks at the aerodynamic consequences of choosing clip-on aerobars over a dedicated triathlon bike.
A recent positive test at the top of pro triathlon has raised the question: How hard would it be to cheat in tri? The answer may surprise you.
"If any sport is arguing that they don’t have any doping problem, they are fooling themselves."
Very few professional triathletes have tested positive for performance-enhancing drugs. Does that mean it's not a problem in the sport, or does it mean the problems are in the way we look for it?
Hey, it happens—your schedule gets slammed, you get sick, or an injury appears out of nowhere. Use these guidelines for adjusting your training so you can stay on track.
Boasting nearly as much time savings as thousands of dollars worth of equipment, this simple (and cheap) race-day hack could change the sport—unless it’s outlawed.
Dr. Iwan Hächler hates foggy goggles - so much, that he's made it his scientific mission to stop goggle fog once and for all.
Plus, British tri dominates at World Triathlon Para Series Swansea.
Recent studies suggest that water at many U.S. beaches is full of feces and too dirty for safe swimming. Is that really true?
Scientists consider individual variability and the pros and cons of training in racing shoes.
30 years of Ironman World Championship data explains how warning signs of low sodium and hyponatremia differ by sex.
Fix your sinking legs once and for all with these tips and videos from swim coach Andrew Sheaff.
Ever hear of brain endurance training? Scientists say it just might be the key to unlocking next-level speed and endurance.
Put these Amazon Prime Day deals for triathletes in your cart, STAT.
Many justify their lack of practice by claiming that sighting in a pool just isn’t the same as sighting in open water. While that’s true, there are still plenty of reasons to practice sighting.
Jan Van Berkel wanted a storybook ending to his career, and he got one. But first, he had to beat a guy riding his girlfriend's bike. Plus, we recap the action at the World Triathlon Para Series Montreal.
The motor-mouthed Aussie, whose trash talk is as strong as his power-to-weight ratio, has his eyes on the world championship prize.
Lance Armstrong, rolling swim starts, doping, and the Kona/Nice conundrum - the outgoing Ironman CEO holds nothing back in this wide-ranging conversation about his 12-year tenure.
The age-group triathlete's first call after finishing his first triathlon was to his cardiologist - to proudly proclaim, "I am alive!"
There are more options than ever when it comes to keeping hydrated on the run. Don't stress about finding water on your route, carry it with you.
There is no rule or requirement stating that after [X] triathlons of a certain distance, or after [Y] seasons of racing triathlon, you have to then complete a [certain distance] triathlon.
Plus, how a road bike may have helped Ashleigh Gentle avoid a run battle with Emma Pallant-Browne at 70.3 Andorra, and Leon Chevalier engineers a near-perfect race at Les Sables.
Maybe you didn't expect Ben Kanute to pull off a 7:37:01 in only his second attempt at the full Iron distance. But the newly-crowned "Fastest American" and his coach, Jim Vance, absolutely did.
Your foam roller is a simple but invaluable tool to help keep injuries at bay—if you know how best to use it.
Game recognize game as Chrissie Wellington celebrates Daniela Ryf's record-breaking performance at Challenge Roth.
Tri Race Results: A Record-Breaking Day at Roth, a Big Leiferman Win at Ironman Coeur d’Alene, and More
Plus, tri gets a stage at Olympic Esports Week, bringing it one step closer to potential inclusion in future Games.
Your HRV can be a helpful indicator for several trends in your training. It can also predict an oncoming decrease in mental wellness. Here’s what we know.
Hint: There isn't really an Ironman world record. But there are some fastest-known Ironman (and iron-distance) times.