Plus, Thorsten Radde breaks down the numbers.
Pro triathletes faced a lost season in the middle of their careers. There are some common ways they're dealing with the COVID year.
When their plans to race the Ironman World Championships were scrapped, Carly and Nick decided the date was perfect for a wedding.
The six-time Ironman world champion chats about his days of racing the Ironman World Championship, shares training advice for age-group triathletes, and gives his picks for who would have won Kona this year.
And don't forget to sign up for your own DIY race!
Lyme disease didn't stop this Ironman champ from getting 8th at Kona.
A leap of faith helped this triathlete thrive in work, family, and training.
Plus, the science behind sports bras.
Health, love, and happiness has led this former ITU star down a new path. Plus, she shares a day of fueling.
No stranger to impossible odds, Ain-Alar Juhanson lived through one of the worst maritime disasters in history in 1994; last weekend, he put on the first Ironman during the pandemic.
The American pro (and our September/October cover athlete!) chats about how she's coping in a year without races.
What does it mean to be gender non-binary?
One first-timer's detailed story of how a minimal training plan worked out for him.
Plus, the Norseman research head has insight into what they learn in extreme conditions.
A coach shares how one athlete's attitude through the pandemic has inspired her.
Plus, all the info you need for your own adventures.
And a triathlete doctor answers some of your health questions right now.
This hijabi athlete hopes to encourage others to experience the sport.
Plus, we get the financial break down from an endurance sports agent.
Balancing pro triathlon and a life as a doctor on the frontlines of a pandemic might seem impossible, but Cecilia Davis-Hayes has it all figured out.
The three-time Kona runner-up spent the first part of quarantine in an unusual way. That, and more, in this edition of Triathlete Live.
Plus, he tells us why he thinks sometimes a little trash-talking is fun.
Plus, how he got the name 'Crowie.'
The Ironman Boulder course record holder gets real about her ups, downs, and learning process.
Will Turner’s successful solo quest to complete more than 100 Ironmans in two years.
And nominate women doing great things in the sport for the Women in Triathlon awards.
North American triathletes might not recognize Dan Lorang’s name, but they’ll recognize the names of his world-title winning athletes: Jan Frodeno and Anne Haug. Our European correspondent profiles the first coach to train both male and female winners of the Ironman World Championship title in the same year.
Three para-athletes explain how there’s still far to go in terms of appreciating them for all their nuance and experiences.
Coach Bernard Lyles has introduced thousands of children of color to triathlon—and continues to inspire and spread his passion.
It took years for her to get here, but now Ellie Salthouse is determined to win the 70.3 world championships—and stay happy doing it.
For this CEO and endurance athlete, mentorship is the name of the game.
She just wanted to be the best she could be. Then, Sika realized if she qualified for her pro license it would make her the first.
#TriathleteLive: Cam Wurf on Fatherhood, Being Humbled by Ironman, and Why Doping Isn’t As Prevalent
Australia's Cameron Wurf provides some honest thoughts in this edition of #TriathleteLive.
This multisport development program is looking to "advance people to new limits, inspire communities, and enact socio-cultural change."
Two members of the "Mama Docs Run This" Facebook group share how the members are providing support during challenging times.
The story of Anita Coyle is heartbreaking, inspiring, and shows the limitless bounds of human resilience and will.
In one fell swoop, 68-year-old Robert Owens and his wife Sandy Labrinos-Owens both contract COVID-19 almost simultaneously.
After coming out to friends as gender non-binary, McBride now goes by "they" pronouns—and wrestles with what that means in a binary sport.
Karen Porter has limitations, but no limits.
A New York City-based coach shares her experiences living and coaching near the United States’ coronavirus hotspot.
As the coronavirus continues to affect the world, we check in with Olympian Sarah True who has turned her focus from racing toward helping educate her nieces.
A DIY endless pool and Ironmans at home–triathletes are showing off their inventive chops as they work to train and race through the COVID-19 pandemic.