Who do you think will take the title on Saturday?
Three-time Ironman world champion Craig Alexander talks about what it would mean to add another world title to his resume.
Mike Rouse ran a total of 60 miles to mark his 60th birthday and raise awareness for charitable causes close to his heart.
Rasmus Henning tells us about his last big bike ride before Saturday's Ironman World Championship and talks about his decision to retire.
Last year's fifth-place finisher eveals she was injured the majority of 2011 and has had a solid training block leading into Kona.
Meet Temple Hayles, a 34-year-old age group athlete from Longmont, Colo. gearing up for her second Ironman World Championship.
We caught up with Keat to hear how her switch to a new coach has positively impacted her Kona preparation.
Join Al-Sultan and his Abu Dhabi Triathlon Team teammates for a ride up to Hawi with this video.
American Tim O'Donnell chats with Triathlete.com about what he learned from his first Ironman World Championship start in 2011.
Australian Joe Gambles talks about how he prepares for the Ironman World Championship, mentally and physically.
2010 Ironman world champion Mirinda Carfrae talks about the difference in pre-race pressure without Chrissie Wellington making the start.
Kathleen McCartney and Julie Moss talk about the race that "put triathlon on the map."
Kathleen McCartney and Julie Moss have been inexorably linked since fate first drew them to the lava fields in 1982.
Will alliances among pros in the men’s race further dispel the idea that the Hawaii Ironman is the race of truth?
Craig Alexander talks about Chris McCormack's return to the Kona start list and the "hole" that is left with Lance Armstrong not racing.
As Timothy O’Donnell tackles the iron distance, he steps into the role as an American with a legitimate shot at ending the U.S. drought.
American Chris Lieto has raced the Ironman World Championship more than a dozen times and is a current resident of Kona.
Molli Serrano, a pancreatic survivor and Ironman athlete, will be racing in Kona this October as part of the Kona Inspired program.
Chris McCormack says his brief return to draft-legal racing was "the slap in the face" he needed to return to the Ironman World Championship.
We’ll know the names of 65 professionals, plus a few automatic qualifiers, who will earn Ironman World Championship slots on July 29.
This year’s Ironman World Championship triathlon will be televised about six weeks earlier than originally planned.
The Challenged Athletes Foundation is auctioning off a Kona spot at its annual gala, and you don't have to be present to win.
Get the inside scoop on how Endurance Live Triathletes of the Year Craig Alexander and Chrissie Wellington conquered Kona.
McCormack orchestrated the decisive Kona 2010 breakaway aboard this Specialized Shiv.
Two-time Ironman world champion Normann Stadler stopped by the set of Breakfast with Bob to talk about his recent heart surgery.
The Kona course has a way of humbling—no, demolishing—athletes like no other Ironman. The heat, the unforgiving course, the world championship-demanding effort—and did we mention the heat? We spoke with three top pros forced to pull out of last Saturday’s race and asked them what ultimately ended their day and dashed their Kona hopes.
When Mirinda Carfrae crossed the finish line in second at the Ironman World Championship last Saturday, the typically cheery Australian had tears in her eyes and a look of defeat as she hugged boyfriend Tim O’Donnell.