Inspired as a kid by his now-teammates, Alex Yee can barely believe how he got here.
At the 2013 Beijing International Triathlon, photographer Rocky Arroyo captured an award-winning, once-in-a-lifetime image of the two-time Olympian trying to escape from a young Spanish superstar on the bike.
While Team Europe eventually took the inaugural trophy, Taylor Knibb and Jackie Hering led the U.S. to a surprising lead.
The match-ups are out ahead of Saturday’s inaugural race in Samorin. We look at how they could shake out with the help of U.S. team captains Karen Smyers and Mark Allen.
From sleek carbon handcycles to racing chairs, running blades to tandems, we take a members-only look at the cool kit and equipment that elite paratriathletes use as they chase Paralympic gold.
We have the inside track on how the Norwegian went from promising young athlete to Olympic champion. (Spoiler alert: It was no accident.)
How the young American used racing tactics, good decision-making, and an unflappable run in staggeringly hot conditions to even the score against Lionel Sanders.
Fifth in her World Triathlon debut, the Kona runner-up beat Olympic contenders and surprised everyone. It could make the case for a switch from long- to short-course.
Tim Heming breaks down the new pro ranking system, the pros, the cons, and why you should care.
Britain’s Jodie Stimpson secured her first win in five years with an emotional victory in Challenge Miami in March. With the Olympic dream on the backburner, the 32-year-old shares the sessions that have helped her make the switch to non-drafting racing.
But, no, she's not going to the Olympics.
Some analysis of why she'd pick tri over track.
Why the world champion thinks she's more holistically healthy now—and why she wants to bring that message to kids.