It’s also made us frustrated, anxious, sad, and a litany of emotions unrelated to contentment. But it’s that yin-yang that makes tri—and life—so special. We hope you’ll find something in this issue to make you smile—and remind you why you chose to be a triathlete in the first place.
On the Cover
Pro triathlete Sarah True outside Tucson, Arizona. Photo by Nils Nilsen
Sweat Equity: Four companies setting the bar for work-tri harmony
True Happiness: Olympian Sarah True’s heartbreaking, inspiring journey to finding her place in sport
Meet Eli Hemming: The born star
Passion Play: How Wahoo’s Stacy Perlis created her own tri-friendly job
Forward Vision: Former collegiate swimmer Erich Manser is now a record-setting paratriathlete
Smiles for Miles: Chrissie Wellington’s amazing grace
Zen and the Art of the Transition Area: The golden rules of triathlon’s most hallowed meeting place
Destinations: Go all out on fun—get your swim, bike, and run on in an amusement park
Luxury Layovers: Airport fitness (it’s a thing!)
Cham-O-Rama: The best chamois creams for a happy underside
Bike Stands Face Off: Park Tool PRS-22.2 vs. Topeak PrepStand Pro
Smooth Operators: Can ceramic bearings make you faster?
Happy Feet: Over-the-counter orthotics to ease your aching tootsies
Up to Speed: Learn how to incorporate sprints into your run training program
Amped on Overland Adventure: Pro Eric Lagerstrom’s stay-fresh secret
Strike a Pose: Gain swim/bike/run power with these three essential yoga moves
Back Pain in Aero: Learn how to fix it now!
Perfect Preseason Prep: Tips from Triathlon Ireland’s 2017 coach of the year
No Solo: Find your support network for better tri results
Massage Therapy: Treat and prevent injury with this time-honored tradition
Party Nosh for Triathletes: Healthy recipe ideas for friendly tri gatherings
Weird Science: Are probiotics the answer?