Plus, we preview the PTO's Canadian Open this weekend.
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It's a very Midwestern episode.
It's baptism by fire for many of the cadets—but the skills and teamwork learned pay off down the road.
And we preview Challenge Roth.
The Bermudian has always chased the challenge over the victory. As he prepares to walk away from professional sport, he opens up about his unique philosophy and shares three keys for up-and-comers looking to pursue the next level of triathlon.
Plus, Sid prepares for the super secret not-secret Roth after-party.
When he was just a kid, he chose to have his legs amputated instead of spending all his time in surgeries—and he hasn't stopped moving since.
And the big question of the weekend: What was the best performance?
As the first paratriathlete to have earned a standard USA Triathlon elite license, Chris Hammer is going pro - and he's all-in on the endeavor.
Through community, she found strength; through triathlon, she found freedom.
Plus: Is this season too full of races? How does the Sub 7/8 Project fit in?
Dave Scott and Yvonne van Vlerken share what the moment meant, how the lead-up went, and the impact it had on them and on the sport.
The young Olympian talks to us about her goals, her breakthroughs, and social media.
In case you missed it: The Olympian, four-time Escape From Alcatraz winner, and runner-up at 70.3 World Championships in 2017 talks Alcatraz strategy, race-day pacing, and much more.
Sam Renouf, the CEO of the Pro Triathletes Organization, on what they have planned.
The 40-year-old will do laps at the Outlaw Half this weekend in the UK to raise awareness and funds for the disease.