Inside Triathlon magazine contributing editor Matt Fitzgerald got to wondering why so many elite triathletes have recently taken their bikes off the roads and started to ride inside. Here's a photo gallery featuring the most famous indoor rider of them all, Andy Potts.
Beijing Olympian Sarah Haskins won the Pan American Championships in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, over the weekend for the American women, adding yet another title to her impressive resume.
Late last month three-time Olympian Hunter Kemper won his seventh national championship—a feat he accomplished in 1 hour, 48 minutes and 24 seconds at the USA Triathlon Elite National Championships in Buffalo, N.Y. His seventh career national title put him ahead of legendary triathlete Scott Molina for most U.S. national championships, and it ties Karen Smyers for most ever by an American.
McCormack finished up the 2011 ITU World Championship season on Saturday with 31st place in the Grand Final in Beijing, and he was kind enough to answer some questions about the race and his 2011 season for Inside Triathlon editor-in-chief Courtney Baird.
Go behind the scenes of the cover shoot for the Sept./Oct. issue of Inside Triathlon, featuring Chrissie Wellington. The video also features training tips from the three-time Ironman world champion herself.
Go behind the scenes of Inside Triathlon's cover shoot with Chrissie Wellington with this time-lapse video from photo editor Nils Nilsen.
Inside Triathlon editor-in-chief Courtney Baird chatted with McCormack about how he plans to overcome the injury and what he thinks about the Brownlee brothers' domination of ITU racing.
Canada’s Simon Whitfield has a gold medal from the 2000 Sydney Olympics and a silver from the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
With two podium finishes in Kona, Germany's Andreas Raelert will no doubt be one of the favorites heading into the 2011 Ironman World Championship triathlon.
ITU racer Matt Chrabot talks about why he never trains through a race.
Inside Triathlon magazine announces its picks for the 10 greatest female iron-distance triathletes of all time.
T.J. Murphy, went to visit Corbin in her home in Montana. The following is the story that came out of that visit—including an in-depth look at how she overhauled her training regimen.
Alistair won the ITU short-course world championships in 2009 and Jonathan won the ITU sprint world championships last year.
Inside Triathlon profiles Olympic hopeful Matt Chrabot.
Dave Scott is finding his place in a new age of triathlon.
The story about what unfolded on TJ Murphy's journey to find Peter Reid has become one of Inside Triathlon magazine’s most iconic pieces. Here is the feature, republished in its full form.
New Zealand's Samantha Warriner chatted with Inside Triathlon senior editor Jennifer Purdie about her first Ironman victory in New Zealand, her early-season heart surgery, her efforts to help earthquake-ravaged Christchurch and her plans for the rest of 2011.
The March/April issue of Inside Triathlon magazine features a story on Olympic hopeful Matt Chrabot, who recently won the Miami International Triathlon for a second time. Check out a sneak peek of the article, available on newsstands now.
Belgium's Marino Vanhoenacker, the third-place finisher from the 2010 Ironman World Championship, opens up about his first attempt at Saturday's Abu Dhabi International Triathlon. Vanhoenacker talks about his fitness, race conditions and who he sees as his toughest competition.
One of the most talked about athletes at the Abu Dhabi International Triathlon this year is Australia’s Chris McCormack, largely because the reigning Ironman world champion recently announced that he’s going to forgo defending his title in Kona to attempt to qualify for the Olympics.
Bockel took time to talk to Triathlete.com about adding Blue Competition Cycles as his bike sponsor, his thoughts on Chris McCormack’s attempt to qualify for the Olympics and how he’s feeling heading into Abu Dhabi.
Inside Triathlon magazine contributing editor Matt Fitzgerald got to wondering why so many elite triathletes have recently taken their bikes off the roads and started to ride inside. Check out this photo gallery featuring the most famous indoor rider of them all, Andy Potts.
The winner of this past weekend’s Livestrong Austin Marathon (2:50:35) chats with Triathlete.com about juggling her running aspirations with triathlon goals and charity work.
Sean Jefferson, a 3:56 miler, took up triathlon after running injuries forced him off the track. He gives advice to other injured runners moving to triathlon, and tells Triathlete.com about his successes and struggles in multisport.
Torbjørn Sindballe shares with Triathlete.com on life since Ironman—his new company, his life in Denmark, his thoughts on the Kona Pro Ranking System and his picks for future Ironman champions.
Inside Triathlon senior editor Jennifer Purdie spoke with Amanda Lovato about her upcoming Rev3 Costa Rica race and her goals for 2011.
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The knee injury that forced Lance Armstrong to withdraw from the Rotorua Sprint Triathlon in New Zealand, set to be held later this month, could also keep him from competing in a 2011 Ironman.
Three-time Ironman world champion Peter Reid vanished from the sport in 2007, cut off all contact and retreated into exile. Months went by, but eventually word leaked through the ether
Bevan Docherty hopes to come away from 2012 with the only medal that will complete his collection.
After completing their fourth Ironman triathlon just before 5:00 a.m. on Monday on Maui, Jason Lester and Richard Roll went to bed. Their intention was to sleep for a few hours, catch an early afternoon flight to Kona, and immediately start their fifth and final Ironman-distance triathlon on the same course used for the Ironman World Championships each October.