The 2020 event would have marked the 40th anniversary of the historic race's origin.
After becoming the first bilateral above-knee amputee to complete the Ironman World Championship, Roderick Sewell sees his future as limitless.
Ironman Tallinn went off this weekend—with 1,500 athletes across the full and 70.3 distance races. Here's what this return to racing looks like.
Plus Alistair Brownlee is a legend and complete psycho—and the PTO puts more money behind small pro regional events.
Don't miss your chance to take home one of these amazing prize packs.
One year after winning her first world title, Katie Zaferes will look to defend it in a winner-take-all one-day world championship.
Davos got stormed out, the PTO keeps pros afloat, and everyone but me is mad at ITU.
A select few pro triathletes returned to racing with Super League’s Arena Games this weekend, and there’s real racing on the horizon.
With one of the first major-branded multisport events taking place a couple of weeks ago at Ötillö’s Swimrun Engadin, we talk to Ötillö’s founder Michael Lemmel to get a glimpse into our pandemic triathlon future.
The high-stakes, super-sprint, night time races took place in 2013 and 2014 and coincided with the Interbike trade show.
The New Zealand destination was supposed to host the 2020 event, but it was canceled due to the pandemic.
Short-course triathletes will compete in a pool, on a trainer, and on a treadmill.
Sport, politics, and world events have always been—and always will be— inextricably intertwined. The postponement of the 2020 Olympics is just one of many times the Games have fallen victim to larger world events.
If you want to win a 70.3 Worlds slot via the Ironman VR Championship series, then you need to pay attention to the rules.
The Olympian and defending World Champ can laugh at herself—and marvel at the turns her life has taken.
With the Tokyo Games being pushed out a year due to COVID-19, athletes are leaning on their community, their friends and families, and each other.
Pro purses and World spots will reflect how many pros are able to compete in a race—when there are races again.
A spike in cases across Texas causes Ironman to pull the plug on this Sunday’s scheduled event at the last minute.
With safeguards in place, roughly 1,000 participants are registered to race on June 28—despite a sharp rise in COVID-19 cases in both Texas and locally in Lubbock.
A 7:40:23 victory at the 2017 Ironman South American Championship was the start of a roller coaster year for Tim Don.
We're all missing race weekends and the memories that come along with them, so we're looking back on some of the iconic moments from the past. First up, the underdog performance of American Susan Williams in 2004.
Athletes will be able to earn a spot to 70.3 Worlds in New Zealand over a best three of four virtual race omnium—which they're calling the Championship Series.
Kona 2020 will be rescheduled to February 2021—and a date for the 70.3 World Championships is still TBD.
As the world tries to limit the spread and fatality rate of the COVID-19 pandemic, race directors grapple with the possibility of no mass events in 2020.
Thanks to a partnership between USA Triathlon, Challenge Family North America, and the Professional Triathletes Organization, professionals will have a big target on their 2020 race calendar.
A few races have been added to the 2020 Kona qualifying window.
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With race after race getting canceled due to the Coronavirus pandemic, triathletes are left with a lot of questions. One of the nation's top race directors provides some answers.
What will happen with Kona qualification? Some wild speculation.
With racing canceled everywhere—and trailheads and bike paths more crowded than ever—what does the race scene even look like for 2020?
The worldwide spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus) is leading to cancelations of all kinds of large events, including most races planned in the near future. Here's our ongoing list.
Two former pro triathletes go out to an island in the Pacific Ocean to try swimrun; things go well until they don’t.
Ironman New Zealand showcased a new New Zealand powerhouse and an improved (though still to be improved) Ironman Facebook Watch show.
Malta, Jersey, Singapore, Neom, Tempe, triple mix, equalizer, eliminator—Super League’s format is pretty dang confusing. Here, we attempt to break it down with a little history and a look at what’s new in 2020.
The Professional Triathletes Organization plans to make money through sponsorship and advertising surrounding the broadcast of its flagship race, The Collins Cup, debuting this May.
It’s a beauty – and a real beast – of a course.
Canadians Lionel Sanders and Paula Findlay came out ahead in the "Daytona Distance Under the Lights" event, featuring a 1-mile swim, 15-lap 37.5-mile bike, and an 8.2-mile run.
With so many races around the world, the ITU and its photographers produce some of the most epic images in our sport.
Bermuda's Tyler Butterfield and Australia's Carrie Lester earned the victories on a hot and humid day at the 2019 Ironman Cozumel triathlon in Mexico.
Australia's Sarah Crowley claimed the victory.
Several pros grabbed their Kona slots for 2020 over the weekend.
Queens University of Charlotte took home the DII title, while North Central College earned top DIII honors.
Taking place in the city that "never stops" required the 2019 Ironman 70.3 Sáo Paulo triathlon to start at 5 a.m. to account for traffic restrictions.
'Tis the season.
All three men on the Ironman Florida podium went under eight hours.
The 2019 edition marked the event’s return to Panama City Beach after the effects of Hurricane Michael forced the relocation of the event to Haines City, Fla.
See images from the unique event.
These unique race destinations guarantee you'll have some stories to tell after you cross the finish line.
McElroy is on a roll; No dogs at the finish; Hawaii’s other world championship.
Pieter Heemeryck (BEL) and Radka Kahlefeldt (CZE) claimed victory at the sixth edition of the half-iron distance Challenge Peguera-Mallorca back on Saturday, Oct. 19.
Spain's Mario Mola and Bermuda's Flora Duffy, both former world champions, earned the victories.
An amazing day of racing produced some equally amazing photos.
Hoffman turned in a 2:43:08 marathon--the second fastest of the day--to run his way from 14th off the bike to fourth at the finish line.
Here's a look at some basic stats about the field, as well as some images from photographer Rocky Arroyo.
She finished in 3rd two years ago, and put down another great race to finish on the podium again at Kona 2019. Sarah gives Bob Babbitt her impressions of the day, and talked about why this race suits her so well.