Overcast skies and spats of rain and wind have not darkened spirits as athletes prepare to race Ironman New Zealand this Saturday.
The window of opportunity to toe the line at the 2011 Ironman World Championship triathlon in Kona, Hawaii without qualifying at an Ironman event is closing quickly.
American triathlete Tim O'Donnell will focus on the Ironman World Championship in 2011.
The yearly broadcast of the Ironman World Championship on NBC has proven to be a life-changing experience for many viewers. Many athletes cite the show as the reason they started competing in triathlons in the first place.
Seven-time Tour De France winner Lance Armstrong will be turning to triathlon and racing in the 2011 Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii, according to his long-time coach Chris Carmichael.
The World Triathlon Corporation (WTC) announced today that it is introducing an athlete membership program, known as "Ironman Access".
Triathlete.com chatted with Wellington to talk about the decision, what’s next for her and how she feels about some of the rumors that have been circulating since the race.
A big topic of discussion in the triathlon community is whether or not three-time Ironman World Champion Chrissie Wellington will show up at a race in the next few months after withdrawing from this year's race in Kona due to illness.
See the complete post-race interview with Ironman World Champion Chris McCormack of Australia. Find out how the day played out for Macca and what exactly was said when he shook hands with fellow competitor Andreas Raelert of Germany.
It's the professionals who gain much of the attention at the Ironman World Championship, but it is the 1800 age group participants that give the event its personality.
Professional triathlete Tim DeBoom has the distinction of being the last American triathlete to claim victory at the Ironman World Championship.
hree-time Ironman World Champion Chrissie Wellington broke her silence today about her decision not to race at the 2010 Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii.
Had enough images of the Ironman World Championship? Of course not! Here's another gallery with more of the highlights of Saturday's Kona race.
Today started off with a bang within the hour before the start of the race: We knew for certain that Chrissie Wellington’s historic Hawaii Ironman run---three that, considering her 8:19 at the Quelle Challenge this summer, felt like it was easily destined for four---interrupted if not over.
riday afternoon was all about the Bike Drop Off are the transition area. The tension was a little heightened compared to the past few days, but laughs and smiles were still abundant as every athlete made his or her way through to drop off bikes and race gear.
Craig Alexander, Chrissie Wellington, Mirinda Carfrae, Chris Lieto, Julie Dibens, Andreas Raelert and Rasmus Henning answered questions for the triathlon media two days before the IM world championships and although some of the answers were pretty standard, they also had a few surprising and interesting things to say.
Editorial Director T.J. Murphy gives his take on what exactly it will take to beat reigning Ironman World Champion Chrissie Wellington.
We gathered seven of the 2009 Age Group Ironman World Champions at the Natural Energy Lab in Kona, Hawaii for a TriCenter feature on what it takes to become an amateur world champion. Meet the athletes in this photo gallery and then watch the feature on TriCenter.
Australia’s Luke McKenzie announced via his website today that he will not be competing in this year’s Ironman World Championship race.
Reigning two-time Ironman World Champion is the favorite heading into Saturday's race, but he's going to face some tough competition. Who's your pick?
Who do you think has the best shot at upsetting Chrissie and taking the 2010 Ironman World Championship title?
As the Ironman World Championship grows closer and closer, the buzz and sheer number of people are growing at an exponential rate in Kona. See photos of pros and age groupers training in the town and enjoying the last few moments of calm before the race takes over the town.
Whether you're in Kona to compete in Saturday's big race or are here just to take the atmosphere in, stop by Huggo's every morning the rest of this week to hear Ironman legend Bob Babbitt interview some of the sport's top stars.
We caught up with and followed 2007 Ironman World Champion Chris McCormack and 2008 Ironman 70.3 World Champion Terenzo Bozzone on a training ride in Kona, Hawaii exactly one week out from the Hawaii Ironman race.