Get a glimpse of the expert Q+A with Andy Potts and Matt Hanson in the Team Triathlete community, where they covered everything from strength training, mantras, and the mindset of triathletes.
Sometimes it's not about going as fast as possible.
After a dedicated campaign that included triathletes from bike-safety advocacy group It Could Be Me, federal transportation officials announced a plan to to protect vulnerable road users.
These 2022 Movers and Shakers are helping triathletes think critically about how our sport can do more and be better when it comes to issues of race, gender, and disability.
“I want to have World Triathlon value our elite paratriathletes as much as they value elite athletes, for races to make it possible for athletes with disabilities to be a part without obstacles. That’s what it really boils down to in my mind.”
“If you can do this workout, then what else can you do? You can get your health back in order. You can go back to school and get that degree you always wanted. You can be who you always wanted to be. Go get it. Whatever it is, go get it.”
Inspired by her previous club of multisport women, Michelle McGuinness was determined to bring that to her new town—with the guidance of the women who came before her.
Painful blisters, cold toes, stinky feet? There's a sock for that.
The 2022 WADA prohibited list includes several changes to substances and treatments, including commonly-prescribed medications for asthma.
Want to race the fastest Ironman courses? You'll have to travel.
After years of ignoring her ulcerative colitis diagnosis, Lee-Ann Watanabe (and her ostomy) now race to show how health and fitness comes in many forms.
In just one year, this Facebook group for women on bikes has gained more than 1,300 members around the world.
Our little sport doesn’t always make the news, but when it does you can be sure it’ll be for something wacky.
Six takeaways from the panel on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) at the USAT Together We Thrive summit.
A running club at a homeless shelter on L.A.'s Skid Row has given more than 500 members a new lease on life.
Efficiency and planning (and a little extra time during COVID to nail the learning curve) got this injured runner to overall triathlon titles.
"The feeling of finishing my first race was the feeling I had when my feet touched the ground after my first jump."
We answer the most inscrutable question in tri: Why am I doing this? (And give you an expert-level cheat sheet to decode four common tri workouts.)
The Most Common Questions About the 2021 and 2022 Ironman World Championship Qualification, Answered
What age-groupers and pros need to know about qualifying for Kona (and/or St. George).
“We like to say we’re fun-loving triathletes who train, race and howl together."
If a claim is too good to be true, it probably is. Here’s how to analyze bold promises like an expert.
"Like anyone that wants it badly enough, you don't find the time, you make the time,” he said of training while on tour.
After many years of campaigning, pro and age-group women alike are now celebrating this change.
Would you DNF to give aid to a fellow competitor?
Out of heartbreak and tragedy, Bowden has found healing and a new, healthier lifestyle.
Triathletes took to social media to share their thoughts, feelings, and opinions about any potential changes.
Dr. Tiencia James finds balance as a ER physician, mom, and triathlete.
With thousands trying to flee the country as the Taliban seized control of the capital, a small group of female Afghan triathletes were able to make their way to safety.
Why isn't there enough research on women?
A swim-bike-run across the globe, during a pandemic, takes a certain amount of adaptablity.
Your questions about paratriathlon, answered.
Physical therapy for paratriathletes requires flexibility and all hands on deck.
The type of heart attack is colloquially known as "the widowmaker"—but the Kona runner-up says he's doing better now.
1 in 20 Americans are deaf or hard-of-hearing, yet many hearing aids don't hold up to water or sweat. How can the active triathlete take care of their hearing aid?
An in-depth, expert analysis on how the two Olympic champions could potentially fare if they race Kona only 10 weeks after Tokyo.
Kaukauna High School's Breaking Boundaries uses triathlon as a model for understanding and acceptance for all student-athletes.
Training buddies Angi Klick and Sarah Hays are #friendgoals.
How science is bridging the gap between physical and mental health.
The BoFish Triathlon isn’t just a return to racing—it’s the creation of a new race day experience.
Keith Perry went from struggling to walk down the block to completing Ironman 70.3 St. George.
A look inside the great hydration debate.
These swim-bike-run brands are from the red-white-blue.
Fifteen-year-old Kate Kinard is looking to earn the prestigious Girl Scout Gold Award for bringing a youth triathlon program to the military base where she currently resides in South Korea.
Could you beat this world-record time?
The Unbreakables triathlon club is made up of members who found triathlon in the process of overcoming difficult obstacles.
From buffets on the bike to panic training, avoid these very dumb things.
Brian Kozera credits exercise and triathlon training as key elements in his survival. Now he's raising money for a cause and spreading a spirit of optimism.
Once told that she would most likely never be able to run again, training for Ironman now helps this athlete beat RA.