McKenzie's second-place finish at the 2013 Ironman World Championship was the breakout performance of his career.
Sebastian Kienle finished fourth in 2012 and third in 2013. What will 2014 bring?
Liz Blatchford put together a 54:07 swim, a 4:57:40 bike and a 3:03:23 marathon to finish third in 9:03:35.
Five athletes heading to Kona for the 2014 race share their stories of how they qualified for triathlon’s most prestigious event.
Fitter than ever and fired up to tackle Kona, Apolo Ohno is realizing new athletic goals via the swim, bike and run.
Feelings of loss, disappointment are normal, says sports psychologist.
Alexander tells Triathlete.com. his start his tentative as he progresses through his biggest training blocks at his Boulder, Colo. base.
Many took to social media to express celebration, disappointment.
West Hawaii Today reports that Ironman 70.3 Hawaii will no longer hand out slots to the Ironman World Championship.
Though she’s avoided the big race in her professional career, it won’t be her first time racing in Kona.
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Rep. Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.) on Sunday became the first sitting member of Congress to complete an Ironman triathlon.
NBC's annual broadcast of the Ironman World Championship has won several awards and introduced many to the sport of triathlon.
The annual NBC broadcast special chronicling the iconic GoPro Ironman World Championship triathlon will premiere on Saturday.
Belgium's Frederik Van Lierde is the second person from that country to take the Ironman world title.
Three-time Ironman world champion Craig Alexander says that 2013 was his last time competing in Kona.
American Jordan Rapp came out of the swim with work to do at last year's Ironman World Championship, and he hopes to avoid that this year.
Craig Alexander would be the first athlete over 40 to take the Ironman world title if he can cross the finish line in first.
Australia's Luke McKenzie explains why he'll be trying a different strategy at this year's Ironman World Championship.