Three triathletes share their weight loss journeys and the nutritional tools that helped them reach their goals.
How should you really be eating? These registered dietitians, all experienced triathletes, open up their food logs and fridges to reveal how they actually fuel their training and racing.
2021 is the year to get back to racing, travel lightly, and support your local event. Take a look at our favorite 14 underrated multisport events.
Experts weigh in on the small things you’re neglecting that could give you a boost on race day.
For Sian Welch and Wendy Ingraham, the 1997 Hawaii Ironman came down to the final 20 feet.
After becoming the first bilateral above-knee amputee to complete the Ironman World Championship, Roderick Sewell sees his future as limitless.
Stock your pantry with these protein-rich bars for post-workout recovery.
Endurance sports brands are doing what they can to aid front-line medical workers through the pandemic.
Think treadmill running is just a climate-controlled version of road running? Wrong. It’s a completely different beast. But treat it right, and it can become your best friend.
Enjoy the smooth-drinking java in your favorite sports nutrition products.
If you want to wrap up your season with a half-iron-distance tri, it’s not too late to register for these 70.3-mile autumn races around the country.
Take locally sourced food to the next level by growing your own.
Using natural ingredients, Nuun Rest aids sleep for better recovery between workouts.
Power through your mornings with this nutrient-packed pumpkin banana breakfast bread from triathlete-chef Lentine Zahler.
There are now energy gels, bars, stroopwafels, and sports drinks on the market that all feature a ginger flavor.
Unexpected run-ins with wild animals out on the roads and trails can be unnerving.
This roundup of seasonal flavor favorites features products that provide festive ways to fuel your workouts–or serve as a recovery treat.
Only five years into her tri career, Audrey Ernst has worked her way from tri newbie to USA Triathlon’s high school national champion.
If history tells us anything, there are four men who have the best odds at taking the 2017 Kona crown.
Former Kona age-group champion Holger Beckmann on his journey to low-carb fueling
No monkeying around—the favorite fruit of endurance athletes is becoming a go-to flavor for sports nutrition.
Some types of mushrooms promise immune- and energy-boosting effects—no trippin’.
Last November, age-grouper Lloyd Henry became one of only five athletes to complete an Ironman on all six continents.
Get ready to flirt with some dirt!
Pool-swim tris are legit races for both beginner and experienced athletes. Here’s how to make the most of your race in the concrete cage.
This month, Kris Klotzbach will celebrate her four-year work anniversary at her job, and so far, she has not once driven her car to the office.
Events held in national marine sanctuaries are almost guaranteed a gorgeous first leg.
If you’re struggling to figure out a gift for the triathlete-mom in your life, start here.
Call it the Girl Scout effect or what you will, but several brands are turning to mint, pairing it with flavors beyond chocolate to make cool combos.
This frosh NCAA triathlete is juggling a full course load, three sports and sorority life—and crushing it all.
Rich in both caffeine and health-boosting benefits, tea is naturally making its way into sports drinks.
Age-grouper Susan Haag crossed the finish line of her hundredth 140.6-mile race in November. And she’s just getting started.
USA Triathlon is focused on growing the youth demographic in 2017 and beyond using a multi-pronged approach that USAT CEO Rob Urbach laid out in January.
Ironman Boulder has earned the highest level certification, Evergreen, from the Council for Responsible Sport.
Collegiate racer and Kona’s top American age-grouper, Matthew Appleby, shares how he fuels for long- and short-course racing.
Make your inky sessions fun and safe with these six illuminating innovations.
With the winter blues starting to set in and spring still on the horizon, are you dreaming of traveling to a new locale?
Do you limit your race-morning java because it upsets your stomach? You’re not alone.
For all you tri tech-obsessed, Triathlete’s January/February 2017 issue brings you everything innovation.
Pros can compete for their share of $180,000 in professional prize money divided among six races.
The most prolific female iron-distance triathlete, with 101 finishes, pairs her charming personality with her impressive accomplishment.
CLIF Bar Nut Butter Filled Energy Bars have creamy centers that add moisture and richness to each bite.
Formerly 280 pounds, pro triathlete Tim Nichols shares how he dropped more than 100 pounds and avoids gluten in his long-course fueling.
This issue is packed with our monthly advice on all things training, racing, gear, nutrition and injury prevention (with an extra dose of holiday spirit!).