Kona’s oldest female competitor this year is swimming in a fountain of youth.
"As a person, Mark's [Allen, his coach] biggest complaint about me is that I'm too nice."
American Ben Hoffman had his best Ironman ever earlier this year.
Karen Smyers’ top picks for the women’s podium in 2017.
Dave Scott shares in his own words the very different strategies he believes the men and women must take to bring home the crown.
Can Daniela Ryf get a third-straight Kona victory?
Germany's Jan Frodeno will be looking for his third-straight Kona title.
"This is my life now. Some go to Narcotics Anonymous, some go to Alcoholics Anonymous. I go to Ironman triathlons.”
Thorsten Radde, looks at what it will take for Rachel Joyce to nab a spot—and what she’ll be capable of if she makes it to the race in October.
When this doctor crossed her 12th Ironman finish line, she got a huge surprise—and learned a valuable lesson.
Lionel Sanders set the fastest M-Dot time ever when he posted an insane 7:44:29 at Ironman Arizona. So why's he skipping the sport's biggest race?
Alistair Brownlee revealed over the weekend that he plans to jump up to long-distance triathlon.
The annual NBC broadcast of the Ironman World Championship will celebrate its 25th anniversary this Saturday.
Nearly 2,300 age groupers made their Kona dreams come true earlier this month.
Mark Allen's 1989 (Iron War) 2:40:04 run course record stood for 27 years and he was on hand to watch Germany's Patrick Lange break it.
American Jesse Thomas shares his impressions of his first time racing the Ironman World Championship.
American Tim O'Donnell didn't have the finish he was hoping for, but he says he's proud of how he fought through the day and gambled to go for the win.
Germany's Patrick Lange earned the final podium spot in Kona in impressive fashion.
Heather Jackson became the first American female to finish on the Ironman World Championship podium in 10 years.
2014 Ironman world champion Sebastian Kienle didn't get the finish he was hoping for, finishing second to fellow countryman Jan Frodeno.
Daniela Ryf not only surprised the triathlon world by breaking the course record of 8:52 by an incredible six minutes, she also surprised herself.
Mirinda Carfrae is a three-time champion at this Kona race, but the emergence of Switzerland's Daniela Ryf proved to be too much
We chat with 2013 Ironman world champion Frederik Van Lierde of Belgium ahead of Saturday's race.
After two fourth-place Kona finishes, triathlon’s lone wolf ditches some questionable strategies for a more scientific approach to long-distance glory.
Canadian Brent McMahon has gone under eight hours three times in his short Ironman career.
Raelert discusses how he's feeling after a tough 2016 and a late Kona validation.
Jan Frodeno says that the marathon is the area where his confidence has grown the most over the full 140.6 distance.
The 2015 Ironman world champion says the race one month ago taught her to never give up.
2014 Ironman world champion Sebastian Kienle talks about the desire to get back on top and managing the tactics of the race.
Both Canadians Heather and Trevor Wurtele will be on the Ironman World Championship start line this Saturday.
Two-time Ironman 70.3 world champion Melissa Hauschildt is finally getting her chance to make a start in Kona.
Australia's Luke McKenzie says that he wants to prove to himself that his second-place in 2013 was no fluke.
We catch up with American Ben Hoffman from his home in Tucson, Ariz.
Ironman today revealed the 103 professionals who were offered and accepted slots to October 8’s Ironman World Championship.
Registration to enter the free drawing opens today, Friday, Jan. 29.
After a tough day in Kona plagued by stomach troubles on the run, Hoffman didn't have the follow-up race to his 2014 2nd place finish that he was hoping for this year. Hoffman has been in Hawaii since the race and will take on the XTERRA World Championship in Maui on Sunday. He qualified for XTERRA Worlds by finishing runner-up at the Mountain Championship in Beaver Creek, Colo., earlier this summer. Hoffman talks about the confidence he was still able to gather from a disappointing day in Kona, and how he'll spend the remainder of the season, which includes a trip to the Bahamas next week for the exclusive, $500,000 prize purse Island House Tri.