It's a return to the top step for Ryf.
The smart racers waited to make their move in the heat and hills.
Triathlon News & Notes: Olympians Feted, Athletes Added to Pho3nix, and Man With Laryngectomy to Race Half
While most of the triathlon world focuses on this weekend’s Ironman World Championships in St. George, here’s what—and who else—is making headlines.
We've got the who and why on the pros who won't be toeing the line at the Ironman World Championship.
The Norwegian team doctor has cleared Kristian Blummenfelt to race tomorrow, but not Iden, due to a respiratory infection.
Two returning champs, a recently crowned 70.3 world champion, and local favorites. These are just a few of the women who could win.
A unique clash between established vets and future world champions on an unfamiliar (but challenging) course. Who will make their mark in St. George?
Watch the full press conference as the pros egg each other on.
We take a close look at Kristian Blummenfelt's new bike: An unreleased prototype CADEX frameset.
The new gear, rumors, and predictions from the Ironman World Championship.
CEO Andrew Messick says this October will be an experiment.
Race week for the 2021 Ironman World Championship has officially kicked off in St. George, Utah. See the photos from the Parade of Athletes and Ironkids race.