Experts weigh in on the small things you’re neglecting that could give you a boost on race day.
Here’s why, how and where you should pitch a tent for your next triathlon outing.
Consider a different kind of “pain train”—rally your training buddies and pedal to a destination station, then ride the rails back home.
Ditch the overpriced hotel chains.
Faced with a mother’s worst nightmare, Tracey Scheppach turned to triathlon and found a powerful platform to help other families.
Shirin Gerami proves it’s courage—not clothing—that makes the triathlete.
The six-time Kona champ adheres to a ketogenic diet, which is high in healthy fats, and low in simple carbohydrates.
Protect the body’s essential nutrient balance by sipping a sports drink that hydrates and replaces electrolytes lost in sweat.
The Life Time Tri Boulder Peak Triathlon announced a new $25,000 relay competition in addition to the traditional International distance race.
In his 15th Maui start, Middaugh captured the top spot on the podium and became the first American since 2000 to win the world title.
After a tough day in Kona plagued by stomach troubles on the run, Hoffman didn't have the follow-up race to his 2014 2nd place finish that he was hoping for this year. Hoffman has been in Hawaii since the race and will take on the XTERRA World Championship in Maui on Sunday. He qualified for XTERRA Worlds by finishing runner-up at the Mountain Championship in Beaver Creek, Colo., earlier this summer. Hoffman talks about the confidence he was still able to gather from a disappointing day in Kona, and how he'll spend the remainder of the season, which includes a trip to the Bahamas next week for the exclusive, $500,000 prize purse Island House Tri.
Meredith Kessler is one of the strongest Ironman athletes in the sport, but she has yet to turn in a strong performance in Kona.
Craig Alexander shares his Kona podium picks, talks about being on the island as a spectator and dives into his future racing plans.
Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay will go after his second attempt at the Ironman World Championship this Saturday in Kailua-Kona.
Germany's Anja Beranek was strong throughout the day at Sunday's Ironman 70.3 World Championships at Zell am See.
Spain's Javier Gomez chats about overcoming a race-week illness on his way to a third-place finish in Zell am See.
Germany's Sebastian Kienle chats about being the "vice champion" (AKA runner up) at yesterday's Ironman 70.3 World Championship.
"I certainly wasn't a happy guy on the run course."
Canada's Heather Wurtele chats ahead of Ironman 70.3 Worlds about the tough competition, the European course and managing the Kona balance.
Jan Frodeno (GER) chats about tackling the Ironman 70.3 World Championships ahead of his biggest goal of 2015—coming out on top in Kona.
Daniela Ryf talks about what she's got to prove ahead of Sunday's race, as well as October's Ironman World Championship.
Straight off his WTS win in Stockholm, Javier Gomez talks about his relaxed approach to defending his title at Sunday's 70.3 worlds.
It's been nearly seven years since Bozzone won his first Ironman 70.3 World Championship in Clearwater, Fla.
Swallow sat down with Triathlete to give an update on her season, which has been plagued with health issues.
See triathletes Angela Naeth and Jesse Thomas undergo extreme testing to maximize human performance.
Take a cue from age-group triathlete Travis McKenzie, who punched his Kona ticket for the first time in 2014.
In honor of competing in his 10th Escape From Alcatraz race this Sunday, Potts shares his favorite things about the iconic bucket list race.
Cave validated her spot on October's Kona start line.
American Matt Hanson had a breakout win in The Woodlands, Texas on Saturday.
Canadian Angela Naeth turned in a patient, steady race to claim the big Ironman North American Championship victory in Texas.
Editor-in-chief Julia Polloreno looks at both sides of the gender equality issue when it comes to professional slot allocation in Kona.
The Arctic Ease cold compression wrap delivers similar results to icing, combined with compression, for a double-duty recovery tool.
Triathlete Editor-in-Chief Julia Beeson Polloreno writes about her experience at the first Women For Tri board meeting.
We caught up with Olympian Matt Reed to talk about his new coaching business and his outlook on his pro career.
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Ever consider racing an off-road triathlon? You should! Gain new fitness and have some serious fun by taking to the trails.