Experienced triathletes know it’s a good idea to have a small quiver of different swim goggles for different situations. We break down what to wear and when.
Though best known for their aquatic-focused products, TYR has grown legs and wandered on land with two new running shoes—the results are not what you’d expect.
Some could say the excitement was gone from this year’s men’s pro race, but don’t blame the course—blame how damn good the men are now.
Men’s 2023 Ironman World Championship Results: Frenchman Sam Laidlow Wins First-Ever Title on Home Soil
In the first-ever Ironman World Championship held outside of the United States, 24-year-old Frenchman Sam Laidlow took the win on home soil, clocking an 8:06:22 in Nice, France to take his first world title and became the first French athlete to wear the crown.
We found gear ranging from the obscenely expensive new $24,000 BMC to a new pair of budget wheels from DT Swiss—and much more in between.
We got an early look at the new, nearly completely redesigned unnamed Quintana Roo prototype that American Matt Hanson will be racing this weekend in Nice. Check out the details.
We've compiled an updated list of starters and race numbers for the 2023 Ironman World Championship men's race, with insight and analysis on how the race is shaping up, and some stats about the pro field.
In Jan Frodeno's final Ironman World Championship race, he'll be riding aboard a custom-painted "Moonshot" Speedmax CFR, dotted with personal touches reflecting his incredible career.
Known for his strong bike and run—particularly on tough courses—American Chris Leiferman will be looking to improve upon his fourth-place finish at IMWC St. George last year on his brand-new BMC.
Known for his record-shattering bike split, Sam Laidlow's Canyon is totally optimized for the unique demands of the Nice course.
Danish bike specialist Kristian Hogenhaug is using the sleek, newly released BMC Speedmachine on the IMWC Nice course. Take a look at some unique details.
The flying Dane will look to capitalize on a record-breaking season by attacking the IMWC Nice bike course. We look at his weight-and-aero optimized setup.
Hard-charging Joe Skipper is looking to make an impact at the Nice Ironman World Championships with his super-aero, very customized rig.
Former Ironman World Champion Patrick Lange and his team have paid attention to every single detail on his IMWC 2023 Nice race rig—including rebuilt power meter internals, special prototype tires, and more.
Rudy Von Berg expects to have a super-fast bike split in Nice, check out his incredible custom-painted Trek Speed Concept SLR.
The 22-year-old German burst onto the world stage, taking the 2023 Ironman 70.3 World Championship in Lahti, Finland.
With the end of the 2023 Ironman World Championships women's qualification period, we've compiled an updated qualification list, with insight and analysis on how the race is shaping up, and some stats about the pro field.
Expect to see lots of Lucy Charles-Barclay's newly available Cube Aerium C:68X at the front of this weekend's PTO Asian Open in Singapore. Check out the specs on her speedy ride.
Taylor Knibb and Kristian Blummenfelt are back to defend their Ironman 70.3 World Championship titles - but they'll have to fight off deep fields to keep their crowns.
Sleeveless wetsuits are cheaper, less restrictive, and cooler—but when should you wear one and why?
Chelsea Sodaro is looking for a return to World Championship form this weekend at the PTO U.S. Open. We look at the tricked out, customized bike she'll be riding.
Whether you believe Smith is your white knight or an Illuminati false flag, we’ve got 8 multisport facts about the special counsel to help fuel either your righteousness or rage.
Denmark-based Miki Taagholt shares all of the details on the Felt IA Advanced that he'll be racing this weekend in Milwaukee.
Astronautical engineer and author Jim Gourley looks at the aerodynamic consequences of choosing clip-on aerobars over a dedicated triathlon bike.
We got the rare opportunity to spend hours on the unconventional, not-UCI-legal superbike that propelled Kristian Blummenfelt to both a world title and the fastest-ever iron-distance time last year.
With an outlawed midfoot stack height of 47mm, you can’t legally race most multisport events in the FuelCell SuperComp Trainers, but they could be the ideal triathlete long-run shoe.
You don't have to be screaming in pain after a long swim in your wetsuit.
An apples-to-apples review of the latest Garmin Fenix model, the $800 7 Pro and the $840 Suunto Vertical.
Surprises abound with the latest (and very, very pricey) new superbike from Felt, the IA 2.0.
It goes better than you'd think.
We take a look at nine great picks for a beginner (or intermediate) triathlon bike under $4,000.
For triathletes looking to maximize their bike training, a power meter is essential. We look at the best options.
The Finnish brand throws its hat into the “adventure watch” ring with the Suunto Vertical—a smartwatch that boasts a huge 60 days of battery life and dual-band GPS.
Ready to shave seconds off your transition? Time to consider running sockless in your race-day shoes—check out our list of favorite sockless shoes.
Carfrae and former pro Patrick Mckeon take a look at this weekend's big race in St. George—the course, the contenders, their picks, and more.
Rudy Von Berg has been on a roll already this year with a recent win in Texas. We take a close look at the equipment he'll be using this weekend in Ibiza.
We polled a handful of the top pros including Barbara Riveros and David McNamee to find out what workouts they used to prep for a big weekend of racing in Ibiza.
Fresh off a top-10 finish at Hawaii Ironman and a victory at IM South Africa, Frenchman Leon Chevalier will use his strength as a cyclist to push a massive 58-tooth 1x setup. Check out the rest of his ride.
Former short-course star Tom Bishop has some unique components on his Vitus Auro frame. Check out what he'll be riding in Ibiza this weekend.
Working on your bike is hard. Having the wrong tool makes it worse. We look at the best bike tools that every triathlete should own.
An out-of-competition test by Ironman in February of this year detected the presence of erythropoietin (EPO) in a sample collected from 2022 U.S. Open Triathlon winner Collin Chartier.
Mother’s Day is right around the corner, and we’ve got the gear/advice to help upgrade that special person in your life.
We all love new gear, but what’s the best, most environmentally conscious way to deal with your old stuff?
There are two ways to put on a triathlon wetsuit—the right way and the wrong way. The wrong way will not only slow you down, but could cause injury. We explain why putting on a cheap wetsuit correctly is better than putting on an expensive one the wrong way.
Knowing what to wear, how to wear it, and when to make adjustments while spring running is more of a fine art than science. Fortunately years of getting it right (and wrong) will help us help you.
While 99% of pool workouts are time/distance based, we look at a few alternative options and the gear you’ll need to help make you faster.
In the last 15 years, the school of thought for bike tire pressure has basically been flipped on its head.
We take a look at what makes good, basic neoprene and explore what makes the best beginner wetsuit for under $300.
A much (much!) brighter and more-advanced color touchscreen highlights the latest Garmin Forerunner 965. We break down if it’s worth the price of an upgrade.
Building off the tech and lessons learned from Polar’s $300+ smartwatches, the Pacer is aimed at entry-level runners and triathletes. But is it missing too much for the price?
Swimming is hard. These great training tools might not make you the best swimmer, but they’ll make you better.
Use this tough-but-fair run workout to strengthen both your speed and your aerobic system.
In a surprise announcement last week, Ironman added a new Open category and aligned with World Triathlon’s policy on transgender triathletes in the hopes of addressing issues surrounding gender and racing.
Professional-runner-turned-triathlete Colleen Quigley succeeded in earning her tri pro card by breaking the tape at the Tritonman draft-legal triathlon in San Diego. We speak to the newly-minted elite license holder about her race.
Atreyu calls a thing by its name with the introduction of its new “Daily Trainer.” We put in miles and report back on the Austin-based brand’s latest.
Riding inside can wreak havoc on your trusty steed. We look at the ways (and things) to keep it safe.
After a year of stops and starts since RaceRanger was first announced, the revolutionary anti-drafting devices got its first live trial in New Zealand. Here’s how it went.
If you live in a place with chilly temps, unpredictable weather, snow, and/or ice, there are a few things that will make your winter miles more comfortable and more productive.
Our gear guy sounds off on the Tracksmith Eliot, the first running shoe from one of the sport’s most fancypants running brands.
The preseason should be all about getting in base miles, working on establishing training zones, and making sure you don’t overdo it too early. Find out the best heart-rate tools for each.
Learn more about the best workout headphones for smashing the indoor cone of silence this winter season.
Gold medalist Gwen Jorgensen has unfinished business in triathlon: racing the Olympics in the Mixed Relay event. Learn what she dreaded about the sport when she left five years ago, why the "soft announcement," and her relationship with coach Jamie Turner.
Jorgensen—who switched to running in fall of 2017—announced today that she'll be shooting for a spot on the USA's mixed triathlon team relay at the 2024 Paris Olympics, but the 2016 gold medalist faces a surprisingly uphill battle. Read why.
You don't have to spend a ton of money to get a ton of tri love this holiday season. The Gear Guru reveals 20 tri-related gifts on his stocking stuffer gift list.
Hoka (finally) reveals “That Shoe” we saw in Kona, a look at a funky (and pricey) pair from Mizuno, Reebok revamped, and more from last week's The Running Event in Austin, TX.
We sit down with Andrew Messick to get the inside insight on what went wrong in Kona this year, the reasoning behind “half announcements,” why the split world championship location could be a good thing, and more.
Facing local community pressure, Ironman announced that men's field would no longer be racing at the Hawaii Ironman World Championships in Kona in 2023.
The largest active volcano on earth, located less than 30 miles from the start of the Hawaii Ironman World Championship, erupted Sunday with waves of lava, sending an outpouring of ash 100 to 200 feet into the air.
Cycling indoors can be made much less horrifying by choosing the best fan for the job. Triathlete's complete guide to indoor cycling fans with our top picks.