As the coronavirus continues to affect our world and change the way we live, we check in with six triathletes to see how one big thing can be experienced in so many different ways.
Mirinda Carfrae chats with Triathlete's Emma-Kate Lidbury about how she's adjusting her day-to-day training and long-term racing expectations through this pandemic.
MelRad Racing is still meeting up – just online.
Nick Watson and his son Rio have taken part in scores of endurance events together.
Training camp sounds like a great idea—a few days or a week away to just focus on training. But who can actually take the time off to go?
Nearly 700 athletes will be racing this weekend for a spot on the Olympic marathon team. Among them are a handful of triathletes.
Forty-nine-year-old pro Dede Griesbauer finished second overall at Ultraman Florida, establishing a new race and world record.
American Heather Jackson will be kicking off her 2020 season in a unique way.
Long course tri’s newest star talks Norwegian confidence, Insta followers, and more.
Three-time Ironman world champion Mirinda Carfrae suffered an injury to her elbow just over a month ago, but she's on the island ready to race and is feeling positive about her chances on Saturday.
Executing a near-perfect Ironman race is a rare and extraordinary feat—but it’s something that Canadian pro Heather Wurtele says she can now add to her already impressive resume.
Triathlete’s 2019 Cover Contest Winner Michelle Bandur is a TV reporter with a mission to change lives through sport.
A victory would guarantee Vesterby a spot on the 2019 Ironman World Championship start list.
"It was either fitness or board games, and I have already lost enough friends playing board games.”
There are currently four people in the Ironman World Finisher’s Club: Jeff Jonas, Luis Alvarez, John Wragg and Elizabeth Model.
“In general, there are myths surrounding plus-size people’s capabilities in any sport."
"Cancer took my site, blindness gave me vision and adventure/triathlon lets me live!"
Emmy Award-winning actress America Ferrera graces the cover of our July 2017 Triathlete magazine, on newsstands now, sharing how triathlon helps her defy her inner critic.
This weekend O'Donnell is literally from home, aiming to earn his Kona start this fall.
"I am hoping this story can be an amusing yet somewhat inspiring story on making a comeback."
Bachelorette star Shawn Booth will take on his first Ironman on July 23 in Lake Placid, N.Y.
She sat out last year thanks to the birth of her son, Archie, in September, and is back to competing this weekend at the Ironman 70.3 Oceanside triathlon in Oceanside, Calif.
50-year-old Susan Haag became the first woman to complete 100 full iron-distance triathlons by finishing Ironman Florida in a time of 16:04:11.
Cuban triathlete Raul Alcolea finds a way to live out his multisport dreams—and clears the way for other aspiring athletes.
Pro triathlete, mom, race director and coach Sonja Tajsich shares how she balances it all.
New Jersey triathlete Rick Nisbet shares how he lost more than 200 pounds and regained control over his life—plus, his tips for newbies.
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The three-time Ironman world champ reacts to Daniela Ryf's recent million dollar victory and looks ahead to taking her on next year in Kona.
American Meredith Kessler has competed in all 12 editions of Ironman Arizona and now has two-consecutive wins under her belt.
Canadian Lionel Sanders chats about his Ironman Arizona win and the lessons he's learned racing and training at the distance.
Since 2008, John Young has crossed the finish line of more than 30 triathlons, including four half-iron-distance races.
Fresh off his 70.3 Boulder win, Callum Millward chats about his Kona points chase, fueling for elite performance and more.
Canada's Brent McMahon chats about preparing for Ironman Arizona after the Ironman Lake Tahoe cancellation.
A daughter comes to appreciate her mother's Ironman habit when she guides her through the marathon portion of Ironman Canada
David Watkins died due to a heart valve problem, but he rebounded and finished his first Ironman the following year.