Nothing tastes better than a beer - that is, except for a beer sipped while wearing a finisher's medal. Here's where to find your fellow athletes around the world for a post-race cheers.
Whether you work in an office or on an ABC television set, convincing your coworker to do their first triathlon is a fine art—triathlete (and TV star) Karla Souza can help.
This summer marks the 40th anniversary of the first professional tri prize purse. We take an in-depth look back at the eras that have defined our sport and how the pros have affected the age-group experience.
Want to step up from the sprint distance but not sure where to start? Here’s what to consider before doing an Olympic-distance event.
For Day 2 of our Do Something Streak, we're combining core and cycling into a quick hour session.
This Utah mountain town is a popular winter getaway spot, but a dream triathlon destination year-round.
It may never be super comfy, but with a few pointers you can achieve a natural, powerful aero stance on your tri bike.
An in-depth look at the long-lasting impact triathlon's footprints can have on the host city.
This year forced organizers to invent new ways to race—virtually. But what happens to those online experiences when things return to “normal?”
This strength session is focused on endurance, with lower intensity exercises and short rest.
If the idea of racing in a foreign country—or simply doing a triathlon—has ever intimidated you, this all-women’s event will welcome you with open arms.
Apply these lessons to your race prep, then channel your inner Olympic medalist on race day.
This progressive workout series is ideal for novice and intermediate athletes because it gradually builds speed and endurance.
This workout teaches the body to use the muscles that are required to go up steady grades like the ones on hilly run courses.
Joe Maloy, Ben Kanute and Greg Billington on bike packs, pacing, and chasing the Brownlees.
First-time Olympian Katie Zaferes raced to a sixth-place at last year's Rio test event.
"Every single day, I'm training and eating and sleeping and everything I do is thinking about that one day."
As the fourth-place female in 2012, Sarah True has had the experience of one Games to give her a healthy perspective heading into Saturday's race.
This workout from coach Tony Zamora translates well into power and strength you’ll notice in the pool, on the bike and on the run.