As women's collegiate triathlon continues to progress toward full-fledged NCAA status, it faces what will be a very unique fall sports season.
The 2016 Rio Paralympic gold medalist shares how she's spending her days getting ready for the delayed Tokyo Paralympics.
The kit will be available on April 2.
A mental performance consultant shares cues that will help athletes stay focused and calm through these uncertain times.
With just six more schools, triathlon can become an official NCAA varsity sport.
The consumer bike swap and expo celebrates a big anniversary this weekend.
Want to gauge your high schooler's interest in multisport? Check out one unique way USA Triathlon is attracting (and tracking) athletes at the youth level.
It might surprise you how many professional triathletes balance side hustles—both as a way make ends meet and as a springboard for post-racing careers.
We get an update on triathlon's status as an emerging NCAA sport five years after the initiative was first announced.
"Tri University" columnist Kristin Goett shares three jobs that will help student triathletes balance training, studying, and building the necessary cash.
Mom. Lawyer. Entrepreneur. Weight loss champion. Ironman. Meet Rachel Brenke.
More than 1,300 athletes will race for individual and club titles this weekend at USA Triathlon Collegiate Club National Championships in Tempe, Ariz.
Your commitment to triathlon can make you a desirable job candidate—but only if you present it the right way.
Here's how to build a holiday wish list your parents won't balk at.
The way coaches are assembling these NCAA level teams may surprise you. "Tri University" columnist Kristin Goett spoke to two first-year coaches to find out how they're recruiting and building collegiate teams.
Former collegiate triathlete Kristin Goett shares her advice for showing up to next April's national championships fit and ready to race.