An average power of 220 watts, a maximum power of 654 watts—and a higher power to weight ratio than the men's champion. Her file was much smoother with fewer spikes.
A peak power of 987w and 11-minutes worth of surges above threshold. You can find Olympic champ Kristian Blummenfelt's files on Strava—and we've got all the analysis.
With the Tokyo Olympics effectively on lockdown for the majority of fans, the triathlon event presents one rare opportunity to spectate. Meet the tri fans who rolled the dice against the authorities.
We asked both the experts and our readers who they thought would be the winners of the Olympic triathlon events. The results aren't what you'd expect.
One member of the Canadian team told Triathlete that it took eight-and-a-half hours for their group to get tested, processed, and approved for entry.
We asked the experts at our sister brands for their picks for the must-watch events they absolutely won't miss. Use this guide to plan your viewing schedule.
Using a system of barriers and generators, the city says its brought Tokyo's water quality and temperature to acceptable levels. Is that enough?
The popular world champion moved to long-course after a disappointing 2016 Olympics—but he missed the excitement of Olympic racing too much. Now the 38-year-old is back with big plans for Tokyo.
The first-time Olympian has been racing since he was a kid—but a Hodgkin’s Lymphoma diagnosis at 18 derailed his career. Now he's finally hitting his stride.
Taylor Knibb, Summer Rappaport, Katie Zaferes, Kevin McDowell, and Morgan Pearson spoke about their journeys to making the team as well as their visions for Tokyo.
Alex Yee is on fire; Lucy Charles-Barclay steals some of the spotlight from Maya Kingma, and Alistair Brownlee’s final World Triathlon race is one we’ll never forget (for all the wrong reasons).
Fifth in her World Triathlon debut, the Kona runner-up beat Olympic contenders and surprised everyone. It could make the case for a switch from long- to short-course.
The three-time Kona runner up will be baptized by short-course fire, and the U.S. Olympic selection committee will be following closely—a quick preview on who to watch and why.
In 2012, Cuban-American triathlete Manny Huerta dramatically made the U.S. Olympic team with a stunning race at an Olympic trials event in San Diego. We go behind the scenes of this emotional, iconic image.
The paratri world champion lost her leg in Iraq, came back to be the flagbearer at the Paralympics in Beijing as a swimmer, and is now trying to make the triathlon team as a 41-year-old.
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.