A Better Triathlon Brick Workout
A unique way of doing the traditional triathlon brick workout.
A unique way of doing the traditional triathlon brick workout.
Densham's recent wins in Mooloolaba and Sydney have put the Australian Olympic selection committee in a pickle.
The field simply couldn't match the running speed of Ospaly and Haskins.
Stellenbosch, South Africa is quickly becoming a travel destination of choice for triathletes.
The shoot was done in the Inside Triathlon studios in San Diego, Calif. and on the beach in Coronado, Calif.
American ITU athletes Jarrod Shoemaker and Matt Chrabot headline Inside Triathlon’s preview of the U.S. Olympic Trials.
Ivan Vasiliev's sixth place will go far in Russia's bid to secure three Olympic country spots.
Densham's win puts the Australian Olympic selectors in a pickle.
There are more than podium spots up for grabs in Sydney this Saturday.
The men’s ITU circuit has been top-heavy over the past three years with Alistair and Jonathan Brownlee and Javier Gomez dominating.
The women’s circuit is the Wild Wild West in that any woman can win on any given day.
The two-time Olympic medalist has taken some risks in training as he attempts to catch up to the sport’s leaders.
The two-time ITU world champion is in the midst of his London buildup.
The festivals will include music, challenge races, and a replica of the Navy SEAL O-Course.
Atkinson talks Olympics, the non-drafting circuit and Chris McCormack.
The boys talk pressure, injury and potential gold in London.
The event features one of its deepest fields in history.
Will it be London or Kona for Chris McCormack in 2012? We caught up with the two-time Ironman world champ to find out where he stands.
Inside Triathlon magazine traveled to Rev3’s inaugural event in Costa Rica.
This past fall America got a visit from an iconoclastic Australian triathlon coach, Darren Smith, and Inside Triathlon was there.
Photos of Greg and Laura Bennett, who are featured on the March/April cover of Inside Triathlon.
High performance training tips reign supreme in the March/April issue.
The Clermont Challenge offers elite, age-group and youth draft-legal events.
The tiny Chilean star has no plans to immediately move to another coach.
South Africa’s Conrad “the Caveman” Stoltz, a four-time Xterra world champ, is fitter and faster than ever.
Bevan Docherty hopes to come away from 2012 with the only medal that will complete his collection.
Wolfe is an Assistant U.S. Attorney by trade and an ultrarunner by choice who earned a national championship in his first ever winter tri.
Inside Triathlon's trip across the pond reveals Britain’s greatest threat to triathlon.
Go inside the lives of the Brownlee brothers, who are favored to take the top two spots at this summer's Olympic games.
There’s one Olympic spot left for the women and at most three spots left for the men. So how exactly will the other spots be filled?
Chrissie Wellington let the Inside Triathlon staff dress her up like the Queen of Ironman, a title she deserves given her Ironman, iron-distance and Kona world records.
Inside Triathlon magazine is renowned for its stunning photography. Here are a few of our favorite photos from 2011.
Inside Triathlon magazine traveled to England to get an idea of what makes the Brownlee brothers so fast.
Instead of working toward a goal or a key race during the off-season, use the winter months to focus on active recovery.
Inside Triathlon magazine has used several online polls to compile a list of your favorite races. Now we’d like you to pick the winner, which will be displayed as our “Readers Choice” in our upcoming TriGuide.
In today's Triathlete.com Poll we want to know what you think was the greatest triathlon moment of the year.
Which short course stars would you like to see move up to Ironman?
Beijing Olympian Sarah Haskins won the Pan American Championships in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, over the weekend for the American women, adding yet another title to her impressive resume.
In our November/December issue, Inside Triathlon magazine snagged exclusive access to the American Olympic hopefuls who raced in the first Olympic trials event, in London in August, and we reveal details of those athletes’ lives, journeys, successes, failures and future goals.
American Olympic hopeful Manny Huerta earned silver at the Pan Am Games triathlon in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, over the weekend, marking one of the greatest accomplishments of his career thus far.
Laura Bennett recently became a national champion for the third time in her career. She’s also one of America’s best ever ITU racers, having been on the podium at a world championship four times and fourth at the 2008 Olympics. She answered a few questions for Inside Triathlon editor-in-chief Courtney Baird as she prepares to qualify for her second Olympics.
Late last month three-time Olympian Hunter Kemper won his seventh national championship—a feat he accomplished in 1 hour, 48 minutes and 24 seconds at the USA Triathlon Elite National Championships in Buffalo, N.Y. His seventh career national title put him ahead of legendary triathlete Scott Molina for most U.S. national championships, and it ties Karen Smyers for most ever by an American.
Inside Triathlon editor-in-chief Courtney Baird interviewed reigning Ironman world champion Chris McCormack of Australia throughout the season.
Perhaps the biggest news heading into the event is that former world No. 1 and the 2008 Olympic silver medalist, Vanessa Fernandes of Portugal, is on the start list.
McCormack finished up the 2011 ITU World Championship season on Saturday with 31st place in the Grand Final in Beijing, and he was kind enough to answer some questions about the race and his 2011 season for Inside Triathlon editor-in-chief Courtney Baird.
Hewitt's notorious sprint earns her the Grand Final title, while Groff's 10th place finish secures her the overall World Championship Series bronze.
Brownlee's Grand Final dominance earned him the overall world title, with younger brother Jonny coming second and Gomez finishing third.
The 2011 ITU elite short-course world champions will be crowned this weekend when the best short-course triathletes in the world race in the Dextro Energy World Championship Series Grand Final in Beijing.
If you’re racing USA Triathlon’s Age Group National Championships this weekend in Burlington, Vermont, look out for Susan Williams—she’s the only American to ever win a medal in triathlon at the Olympics and she’ll be competing in the 40-44 age group division on Saturday.
The ITU’s Elite Sprint Triathlon World Championships is set to take place this weekend in Lausanne, Switzerland, with a strong contingent of athletes looking to add a world championship to their names.
Items for your transition zone, as featured in the 2011 Triathlete Buyer's Guide.
No magazine has ever published an in-depth profile of three-time Ironman world champion Chrissie Wellington, one where a writer uses long interviews with Wellington and her friends and family to paint a picture of who Wellington is outside of sport.
With Jorgensen and Groff qualifying, there’s one Olympic spot left for the women and at most three spots left for the men. So how exactly will the other spots be filled?
Sarah Groff, who qualified for the Olympics this past weekend by placing seventh at the ITU’s Dextro Energy World Championship Series in London, took part in the U.S. Olympic Committee’s 12 for '12 Media Teleconference Series today.
USA Triathlon’s 2010 Rookie of the Year is on her way to the 2012 London Olympics thanks to a second-place finish at the 2011 ITU World Championship Series race in London.
Inside Triathlon editor-in-chief Courtney Baird chatted with McCormack about how he plans to overcome the injury and what he thinks about the Brownlee brothers' domination of ITU racing.
It’s the calm before the storm in what should be the most spectacular two days of short-course racing this year at the ITU’s Dextro Energy World Championship Series race in London.
This is the race that all ITU athletes and fans have been waiting for all year—the best triathletes in the world will be peaked and ready to race their best at the ITU’s Dextro Energy World Championship Series race in London this weekend as they chase Olympic spots and points for the overall world championship title.
Given that Canada’s Paula Findlay has been the only real consistent figure on the podium over the last season and a half, predicting the medalists for the women at the 2012 London Olympic triathlon is an extremely difficult task.
What do you think of Harry Wiltshire's six-month suspension from ITU racing for unsportsmanlike conduct at the ETU European Championships?
There are a lot of prominent brothers in endurance sports these days. What would you most like to see?
With Michael Raelert dropping out of Ironman Europe with an injury and still needing an Ironman finish to qualify for Kona, what do you think he should do?
The man they call Macca still has work to do if he's going to qualify for Australia's 2012 London Olympic team.
Emma Moffatt, Snowsill and Jackson put Australia back on the map in a breakthrough race for the country.
WCS Hamburg is marked by a day of breakthroughs, including that of Chris McCormack
The ITU’s premier Dextro Energy World Championship Series could see some shakeups in its rankings this weekend, as some of the biggest names in the sport are choosing to sit Hamburg out.
A short list of some of the potential medal contenders for 2012—and those who could upset the status quo.
Canada’s Simon Whitfield has a gold medal from the 2000 Sydney Olympics and a silver from the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
In today's Triathlete.com Poll we want to know if you think Chrissie Wellington will break her own world record at this year's Challenge Roth race, set to take place Sunday, July 10.
Here’s a list of some of the American men and women who have a shot at London in 2012.
Learn how to improve your cycling from one of the sport’s best cyclists, Jillian Petersen.
On Sunday, Sarah Groff of Hanover, N.H., became the first American woman to ever podium at an ITU Dextro Energy World Championship Series event by coming in third at the series’ race in Kitzbühel, Austria.
Enjoy the following gallery of Tim O’Donnell, which features some outtakes from our photo shoot with him in Tucson, Ariz.
Chris McCormack weighs in on his race in Kitzbühel and what's ahead as he goes for the Olympics.
Findlay stays undefeated for the season while American Sarah Groff breaks through with a podium spot.
Alistair Brownlee leads nearly wire to wire while reigning Ironman world champ Chris McCormack drops out.
Chris McCormack's return to the ITU and a strong contingent of racers should make this weekend's Kitzbühel race one for the ages.
Inside Triathlon magazine’s July/August issue features an exclusive profile of Tim O’Donnell, who recently made his Ironman debut with an 8:09:50 runner-up finish at Ironman Texas, behind Spain’s Eneko Llanos.
Ironman World Champion Chris McCormack to Finally Make His ITU Return
ITU racer Matt Chrabot talks about why he never trains through a race.
The game-changing program finally gives talented young triathletes a place to continue their triathlon training in college.
Alistair Brownlees waits for his brother before crossing the line in first in Madrid.
With one of the deepest fields in the sport, dozens of athletes could cross the line in first this weekend in Madrid.
The World Triathlon Corp., owner of the Ironman, Ironman 70.3 and 5150 triathlon brands, has named Andrew Messick, former president of AEG Sports, its new chief executive.
Hard science, heat labs and custom gear helped one pro finally win a five-year battle against the heat and humidity of Kona.
This week the pros grumble about Ironman China and talk pole dancing
Alistair won the ITU short-course world championships in 2009 and Jonathan won the ITU sprint world championships last year.
Would like 2 thank the St George cop who let me off with a warning today on the way to lake. I promised to watch my speed...until Saturday.
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