And what to do if Mother Nature interrupts your workout.
A leap of faith helped this triathlete thrive in work, family, and training.
More than 40 years after two jockstraps were stitched together, researchers are finally starting to understand how to build a better sports bra.
The team of six battled 50-degree waters and four-foot waves to successfully swim from Wisconsin to Michigan.
Triathlon helps Chris Wodke manage the symptoms of Charcot-Marie-Tooth disorder.
This hijabi athlete hopes to encourage others to experience the sport.
Now the organization is matching up 50 new athletes with free coaching and gear—and has plans to grow from there.
Every body should be able to access and enjoy triathlon.
Dr. Jen Gunter talks myths about triathlon and women's health: saddle pain, yeast infections, and chafing.
Dr. Nancy Iverson established PATHSTAR as a way to help residents of one of the poorest regions in the United States reclaim their health.
Be ready to race—whenever that happens.
For this CEO and endurance athlete, mentorship is the name of the game.
Thousands of members left the Women for Tri Facebook group and board members stepped down from their admin roles.
This multisport development program is looking to "advance people to new limits, inspire communities, and enact socio-cultural change."
Two members of the "Mama Docs Run This" Facebook group share how the members are providing support during challenging times.
The latest research suggests that minty flavor may help you keep your cool.
Karen Porter has limitations, but no limits.
"Shop small” is more important than ever.
MelRad Racing is still meeting up – just online.
"One of the biggest challenges is people not accepting me for my knowledge, skills, and abilities based on my outward appearance. In a male-dominated career field, I have had to overcome stereotypes to forge a path for other leaders coming behind me."
The short answer: You.
Forty-nine-year-old pro Dede Griesbauer finished second overall at Ultraman Florida, establishing a new race and world record.
Nasal breathing while running—not mouth breathing—may be better for performance.
Get legit advice from a legit nutrition pro.
In which we elucidate multisport terms that might boggle Google Translate.
(And still stay married.)
It’s a beauty – and a real beast – of a course.
Strength work isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach.
Your guide to transitioning from road to trail.
What started with a dare has led to more than 20 Ironman finishes for this go-getter.
Jersey-pocket fuel gets a whole-food makeover.
The NYPD's Chief of Counterterrorism is an avid triathlete.
With doctor's approval, yes, you can train through your pregnancy!