With the team captains’ picks announced this morning, a few interesting and unexpected short-course faces will enter the long-course fray.
We've got an extended review on the tech from Speedland that could eventually have a trickle-down effect into the future of super shoes.
Sure, we all like to brag about our grisly “pain caves” and fear-inducing “she sheds,” but as triathletes who (probably) train too much, sometimes we need a safe space to recover.
In many ways, the men’s Olympic tri event was the version of triathlon we all experience—messy, unpredictable, discouraging, but still sometimes inspiring.
We’ve put together a list of summer tri essentials to make sure you’re safe, comfy, and fast as temperatures rise.
The outdoors calling louder than ever. Here are some fantastic options for the multisport athlete looking to do new things on two wheels.
You put in the miles, what should you put on your feet to keep them happy?
After nearly three years away from iron-distance racing, one of the toughest competitors in long-course smashed the Ironman Western Australia course record. We look at the story behind the iconic shot.
The tri season is back, and it's time to outfit dad with some of the coolest multisport gadgets out there.
We dig deep into all of the new (and old) multisport-related functions in Garmin's new cellular enabled, do-it-all smartwatch, the 945 LTE.
The three-time Kona runner up will be baptized by short-course fire, and the U.S. Olympic selection committee will be following closely—a quick preview on who to watch and why.
We tap two experts to debate the age-old question: “Who would win if…” This month we look at Kona record holders from different eras, American long-course stars, and an Olympic swimmer versus a Boston Marathon winner.
The definitive guide to shopping for the best pair of triathlon shorts for YOU and a few top picks.
The next generation of body hacking is constant glucose monitoring. We take a look at two CGMs in a side-by-side comparison: Supersapiens vs. Levels
The indoor trainer and cycling computer brand that has been a longtime favorite of triathletes is branching out with its first smartwatch, but does it stand up in a crowded market?
Mother’s Day is right around the corner, and we’ve got the gear/advice to help upgrade that special person in your life.
As temperatures begin to thaw, the trails are calling. We look at the dirty bits of kit that’ll make your early spring offroad runs twice as fun.
We take a look at what makes good, basic neoprene and explore what makes the best beginner wetsuit for under $300.
Being able to analyze your real-time blood glucose as you eat and train could have huge implications on your diet—all you have to do is inject a filament into your arm every two weeks.
Two new European superbikes square off in a battle for slippery-fast glory.
We look at a very low-key, fashion-forward backpack with some sneaky workout features that stealthy triathletes will love.
This simple 5–10-minute routine will help prime your muscles for your best swim workout yet.
Pro triathletes set to race in virtual race against top cyclists in an effort to live out the American Dream: make money without leaving your living room.
This week we talk to coach Jim Vance about smartwatches, running with power, how to set up your watch, and some of this year's best smartwatch models.
Wire-haters rejoice as approved patents reveal wireless Shimano Dura-Ace 12-speed setups for both road and tri.
Whether you’re tackling some super technical runs with lots of vert or snow or bagging epic hikes, you need a good pair of poles.
Will this be the decade we see the French ITU squad take over as the most dominant men’s team in the sport?
Pro triathletes Eric Lagerstrom and Paula Findlay have made the most of a tough year.
The co-founder of ÖTILLÖ Swimrun has come up with unique solutions to new problems throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
This week we talk to bike shop owner and master fitter Jon Blyer about three new tri bikes, UCI rules, and what it's like owning a business during the pandemic.
What do you get when you mix mysterious wealthy Nazi sympathizers, an abandoned utopian nightmare, and some of the most expensive real estate in the country? A spooky story that could only exist in L.A.
We help break down the alphabet soup of helmet certifications.
With a ton of new smartwatches popping up this year, triathletes are able to get more for less. We break down what to get (and what to avoid) in training and lifestyle smartwatches.
The second week in October has traditionally been triathlon’s unofficial Interbike, but there’s more behind the missing gear than just an event cancellation.
The third episode of our new gear podcast takes us underwater for a look at some very clever swim tech and an inside peek at the mind of OnCourse goggles' inventor, Peter Monahan.
As racing slowly sputters back to a start this fall, pro triathletes are forming last-minute, ad hoc fields at small races like the Bear Lake Brawl—the first prize purse on U.S. soil since the beginning of the pandemic.