Carey Cribbs took up triathlon at age 59. At 65, she’s heading to the world stage.
Take your java to go with these quick-mix options.
We’ve taken the popular personality test and given it a multisport makeover. What’s your tri-type?
Power and determination make this triathlete a fierce competitor.
A useful tech tool or an overpriced gadget? We look at the pros and cons of the Oura Ring.
Contributor Susan Lacke opens up about her journey through alcoholism to sobriety.
All the As to your Qs about CBD.
Meet the heir apparent to one of tri’s family dynasties.
Midwest Multisport Races went straight to the source to find out how they can attract beginner triathletes.
One Ironman. Three Sports. Five Bags. We break it down.
Don’t leave the garage without these essentials.
What we can learn from the research of Alexandra Coates.
Turns out the personality clash is real.
A guide for the runner who wants to be funner.
Destination racing just became more affordable.
So fresh! So clean!
Triathletes with personal support networks are better equipped to deal with, um, everything—from the emotional stresses of training and competitions, to funky performances, fatigue, and injuries.
Indoor training is super efficient—if you pay attention to the right stats and tune out the rest.
These three U.S. races are a great introduction to iron-distance racing.
Want to try a tri? An indoor triathlon is an excellent way to get your feet wet.
Don’t buy into the buzzwords, say experts.
Training, work, family. It doesn’t have to be all or nothing, says Michelle Andres.
These children’s books will inspire a love of swim, bike, and run.
It might be better to trust instead of test.
See where your city ranks in the safest cities for cycling in the USA.
These simple stregth movements are a little bit funky looking, but are easy to fit into your routine and will benefit you in the long run.
The Canadian is blazing her own trail of success—and it doesn't travel through Kona.
For Marcus Cook, a weight loss challenge led to a lifelong friendship rooted in tri.
"It was either fitness or board games, and I have already lost enough friends playing board games.”
Melissa Hauschildt's 8:31:05 and Matt Hanson's 7:39:25 are now the new Ironman-branded records for the 140.6 distance.