World champions will be crowned this weekend - and it's going to be a straight battle of the top short-course athletes in the sport. We preview the men's and women's contenders for the WTCS Final in Pontevedra.
The dethroned Ironman champion opens up about the worst year of his life and career.
Pre-race discussion and transparency around centerline penalties at the men’s Ironman World Championship in Nice was a good start, but with so much on the line for pros, there’s more to be done.
Insight Into Rudy Von Berg’s Breakthrough Fourth-Place Finish at the 2023 Ironman World Championships
We talk to the fastest American in Nice at IMWC last weekend to learn about his training this season, his French background, and get six of his top tips on how to descend like a pro.
Is it all in the run? Do you have to be a front-pack swimmer? One expert dives into the changing face of elite-level racing to see what will be required to win gold at the 2024 Games.
The PTO announced today that it will partner with World Triathlon to deliver an international non-draft sister series to the existing draft-legal World Triathlon Championship Series (WTCS).
How did a relatively unknown coach shape tax lawyer Tamara Jewett into one of triathlon's top pros? For Suzanne Zelazo, it's all about seeing the big picture.
French triathletes’ names might not ring a bell in North America, but it’s time to start learning about some of the fastest pros across all tri distances.
Lance Armstrong, rolling swim starts, doping, and the Kona/Nice conundrum - the outgoing Ironman CEO holds nothing back in this wide-ranging conversation about his 12-year tenure.
Maybe you didn't expect Ben Kanute to pull off a 7:37:01 in only his second attempt at the full Iron distance. But the newly-crowned "Fastest American" and his coach, Jim Vance, absolutely did.
Game recognize game as Chrissie Wellington celebrates Daniela Ryf's record-breaking performance at Challenge Roth.
Tri Race Results: A Record-Breaking Day at Roth, a Big Leiferman Win at Ironman Coeur d’Alene, and More
Plus, tri gets a stage at Olympic Esports Week, bringing it one step closer to potential inclusion in future Games.
What Happened in The Fatal Crash At Ironman Hamburg: A Firsthand Account, Context, and Expert Insight
We spoke to a pro triathlete who was feet away from the tragic accident at the 2023 Ironman Hamburg, look at the race response that followed, and try to measure how it could have happened.
The only triathlete to ever successfully defend an Olympic title decided to have a crack at XTERRA in Staffordshire’s Weston Park in the U.K. last weekend. Turns out he's pretty good at off-road triathlon, too.
From anti-drafting to anti-doping and Olympians to underdogs, last weekend's races in Ibiza and St. George had a few takeaways for fans of triathlon.
In an exclusive interview with Triathlete, the coach of disgraced U.S. triathlete Collin Chartier speaks out on their coaching relationship, the surprisingly quiet doping investigation, Chartier's training data, and more.
An out-of-competition test by Ironman in February of this year detected the presence of erythropoietin (EPO) in a sample collected from 2022 U.S. Open Triathlon winner Collin Chartier.
With a breakthrough win at Oceanside, the Canadian cemented her reputation for running through rivals on the course - and through their heads off it.
In an exclusive interview, we caught up with Kat Matthews in Boulder, Colorado to find out about her post-collision rehabilitation, big sponsorship changes, and why racing in SoCal is more than just a stopover on her planned return to the pinnacle of the sport.
WTCS world champion Leo Bergere is plotting a smash-and-grab win at 70.3 Oceanside before returning to the day job of his Olympic quest.
Lucy Byram is making a name for herself in 2023. We talk to the young pro about how she pulled off wins at Clash Miami and Challenge Puerto Varas just one week apart, plus the workouts that helped her get there.
Stingrays, seal bites, and bears - oh, my! We look back on six times animal encounters wreaked havoc during triathlon races.
The latest in the Gustav Iden Shoe Saga exonerates the On CloudTRI1 shoes used in Abu Dhabi - but opens up even more questions.
The mastermind coach of the current reigning Ironman world and Olympic champions covers topics that range from personal tragedy to doping, and lifts the lid on why the Norwegians are just so damn good.
If you were hoping to race in Gustav Iden's Kona-winning Ons or the new 55mm Adidas Adizero Prime X this year, we've got bad news for you.
A new generation is hooked on gaming like never before, and with events like the Arena Games, the UCI esports world championship, and more, experts are hoping that the blend of VR and IRL will power up triathlon.
Will a women-only Kona be a success? What can we expect from the likes of Gustav Iden or Gwen Jorgensen? And will anyone give a flying fender about the Collins Cup?
Want to look like a triathlon clairvoyant? Bet on these emerging pros set to have a big year in 2023.
Not only did the Canadian race a bi-coastal double header, but he took down some top names in the process. Read the story behind his December adventure.
The largest active volcano on earth, located less than 30 miles from the start of the Hawaii Ironman World Championship, erupted Sunday with waves of lava, sending an outpouring of ash 100 to 200 feet into the air.
"I used to watch so many triathletes do silly things in the weight room, thinking: ‘Why are they doing that?’ so I started creating a thought process around how I could help them."
What does it take to go from Olympic-distance phenom to the top step of the 70.3 World Championships? Taylor Knibb's coach, Ian O'Brien shares the little details that added up to a big win in St. George, including workout instructions for three key sessions ahead of her race.
“Everyone just bows to the Norwegians, and we were like: ‘F**k that!’ If you’re not going out there to really test yourself against the best, and people that everyone says are better than you, then why are you even doing the sport?"
Sam Long and India Lee focused their seasons on the 70.3 World Championships, only to see their hopes destroyed by penalties. Is it time to change the way races are officiated?
Jan Frodeno called the 70.3 race “the world championship that everyone forgets about.” It shouldn’t be.
No one knows what it takes to win a 70.3 World Championship better than Craig "Crowie" Alexander and Mirinda "Rinny" Carfrae - and we've got their podium picks for this year's showdown in St. George.
Bermuda's own Flora Duffy has won just about every race in the sport, from the Olympics and Commonwealth Games to XTERRA World Championships. A wild card spot to 70.3 Worlds gives her the chance to take on a new challenge - racing as the underdog in a star-studded field of middle-distance specialists.
After the 2022 Ironman World Championships, Gustav Iden's lucky hat is now 10 wins from 10 races. The headwear's origin story only adds to the legend.
Exclusive: An investigation into the legality of Gustav Iden’s prototype Hawaii Ironman run shoes has lead to a surprising conclusion: anything goes. But other than the Norwegians, nobody seems to know.
Our five-minute stand down (see what we did there?) with Ironman’s head referee to find out why the pro penalty box was overflowing in the Ironman World Championships with race-changing violations - and why he believes that's a good thing.
The Swiss star has admitted she unknowingly wore a prohibited wetsuit in the Collins Cup and Ironman Switzerland – but no retrospective action will be taken.
Announcers picked up on a strange new piece of headwear from Specialized, but what is the mysterious head sock, and what does it do?
Everything you need to know about the how to watch the Collins Cup livestream, plus who's racing and how the matchups are set.
Andy Potts, Ruth Astle, and more share how they set up their various swim, bike, and run gadgets during training—and why.
This summer marks the 40th anniversary of the first professional tri prize purse. We take an in-depth look back at the eras that have defined our sport and how the pros have affected the age-group experience.
Want to smash a 70.3 bike leg? Throw yourself into a season of gravel and mountain bike racing. It’s working wonders for newly minted Boulder 70.3 champion Rach McBride.
You’d think a few seconds here and there wouldn’t make much difference in triathlon. But when it comes to World Triathlon races you couldn’t be further from the truth.
A sporting event forged from a colonial past featuring a potpourri of nations seems like an odd idea. But when it comes to triathlon, these "Friendly Games" are a really big deal.
A 24-year-old triathlete from Denmark with a short race resume crossed the line 10 minutes before the two-time Ironman World Champion in his first try at Europe’s biggest tri. How did that happen?
Two of the world’s top long-course coaches, Siri Lindley and Dan Lorang, dig into the good and bad behind racing with data or racing by feel.
While it's easy to criticize the spectacle of Sub7/Sub8, says Tim Heming, who was on the ground in Germany, there's so much more to appreciate in it.
All four pros achieved the goal—to clock times never seen before at the 140.6-mile distance. But it was the first man and woman across the line who set the astonishing new marks of 6:44 and 7:31.
Everything you need to know about the barrier-shattering Sub7/8 attempt.
Chattanooga goes West, Hering’s inverse career trajectory continues, Iden’s pumped and pumped, and Sala is pure gold.
The 40-year-old will do laps at the Outlaw Half this weekend in the UK to raise awareness and funds for the disease.
We get inside insight into the tactics, the race plan, and the lead pack dynamics (and yes, that final-mile duel) that put Kiwi Braden Currie on the podium at the Ironman World Championship.
In the first Ironman World Championship since 2019, the pros will tackle a historic course: a world title contested outside of Hawaii. It’ll be tough, hilly, and stacked. What could happen?
Our European correspondent goes poolside at the event in London to find out.
Achilles tear prevents three-time Kona winner from lining up to defend his title in Utah.
After he took the win at 70.3 Oceanside, the 28-year-old Canadian won't be able to fly under the radar anymore. But don't call him an overnight success.
What does this mean for the Sub8 Project in June?
If you didn't hear Youri Keulen's spontaneous heartfelt outpouring at the finish line of Clash Miami, look it up. Then get the full story.
The emerging talent from Britain put the pedal down in a dominating performance over world champion Anne Haug at Lanzarote 70.3. Here’s how she did it.
The 29-year-old Belgian beat Kristian Blummenfelt by 23 minutes at 70.3 Dubai; we’ve got two of his killer workouts, plus the inside track on his breakthrough race.
Training camps with Pro Tour cyclists, averaging 340 watts for four-hour rides, and running a sub three-hour marathon (and finishing with his dog)—it’s all in one winter’s work for Cam Wurf.
“I’ve seen the numbers of those who have won Hawaii – and [Gomez] is a lot better.”
And who didn't fare as well—and why.