The International Triathlon Union (ITU) today released its 2011 schedule for the ITU Triathlon World Cup Series. In addition to $400,000 USD in prize money, athletes will compete for ranking points for the 2011 World Championship and 2012 Olympic Games qualifying points.
ick up a copy of the November/December issue of Inside Triathlon, which features an exclusive look into two-time Ironman world champion Craig Alexander’s tech preparation for the heat of the Hawaii Ironman, written by Triathlete magazine’s senior tech editor Aaron Hersh.
This is your chance to win a Chrissie Wellington limited edition Brooks T7 signed by Chrissie herself.
Members of the triathlon industry have come together to form a new business organization, Triathlon America.
This month’s Super Sprint Triathlon Grand Prix is bringing together an exciting group of triathlon stars in Oceanside, Calif. to race for a prize purse totaling $20,000.
USA Triathlon National Team member Matt Chrabot capped a memorable 2010 season with a victory Sunday at the Puerto Vallarta PATCO Triathlon Pan American Championships.
At the first-of-its-kind all-inclusive GoTribal Conference and Retreat in San Diego, the organization, which was “created to empower and connect women through the journey of endurance sport,” brought together women from all over the country to connect, learn from each other and to share their love of swimming, biking and running.
The ITU today announced its 2011 Dextro Energy Triathlon ITU World Championship Series schedule. The cities and dates closely parallel those of the 2010 schedule, and once again does not include any North American cities.
Sweeden's Lisa Norden earned her second victory in one week in the Lifetime Fitness Triathlon Series, while the Czech Republic's Filip Ospaly continued his strong performances at the Olympic distance by taking the win at the 2010 Toyota U.S. Open in Dallas, Texas.
Triathlete.com editors have learned a few more details about Chrissie Wellington’s decision to drop out of the Ironman World Championships this morning.
November 21's Ironman Arizona looks to be on track as the process of refilling Tempe Town Lake began today in Tempe, Ariz. Officials expect the lake to be re-opened by October 25, nearly one full month before the Ironman date.
The World Triathlon Corporation has confirmed our previous news that the Ironman 70.3 World Championships will be moving from Clearwater, Fla., to Las Vegas in 2011.
The 1995 Ironman Champion is set to return to the Kona course to raise money for the Matthew Larson Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation.
Triathlete.com has learned from an inside source that the Ironman World Championship 70.3 race will be moving from Clearwater, Florida to Las Vegas, Nevada starting in 2011.
When Major James “Weasel” Weis completed the Ironman 70.3 California, he didn’t know it would be his last race. An attack helicopter pilot in the Marines, he was killed in action on July 22 in Afghanistan.
Despite not racing at last weekend's Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Triathlon, American Rebeccah Wassner maintains her lead in the 2010 Lifetime Fitness Triathlon Series Race to the Toyota Cup.
Newton Running and two-time reigning Ironman World Champion Craig Alexander announced today that Alexander will be wearing Newton for the remainder of his professional triathlon career.
USA Triathlon's 2010 national championship schedule will wrap up this weekend with the USA Triathlon Long Course and Club National Championships on Saturday in Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Off-road triathlon’s top pros battled for a piece of the $80,000 prize purse while amateurs vied for one of 41 qualifying spots into next month’s Xterra World Championship in Maui.
The crew at Triathlete magazine used the 2010 Interbike International Bicycle Expo in Las Vegas, Nevada to officially launch the brand new look of the magazine.
You've seen the cover for the November issue of the all-new Triathlete magazine, but now you can go behind the scenes with these exclusive images of the August 13th photo shoot.
Americans Ben Hoffman and Kelly Williamson continued to have successful breakthrough seasons with victories at today’s K-Swiss Ironman 70.3 Branson event in Missouri.
Olympian Craig Walton of Australia says he'll come back to the sport for the short term.
According to several European news sources, a Hungarian man has been arrested in the alleged murder of a New Zealand triathlete that competed in the ITU World Championship age group race.
Australia’s Joe Gambles turned in an impressive performance to win in his first attempt at the Ironman distance in record-breaking fashion, while Ironman veteran Gina Crawford dominated the bike to earn another long-distance victory.
The first-ever event of the TriRock triathlon series took place this morning at Embarcadero Park in San Diego, Calif. Over 1,200 athletes were greeted with cool and calm conditions.
Over 2,800 age-group triathletes representing 67 nations came to beautiful Budapest to vie for the title of 2010 ITU Triathlon World Champion.
Great Britian's Alistair Brownlee found himself back on top at an ITU World Championship Series race, while Spain's Javier Gomez finished second to take the World Championship title.