Win this bike, gear for the year, and the Ironman World Championships in St. George.
Two returning champs, a recently crowned 70.3 world champion, and local favorites. These are just a few of the women who could win.
A unique clash between established vets and future world champions on an unfamiliar (but challenging) course. Who will make their mark in St. George?
In the first Ironman World Championship since 2019, the pros will tackle a historic course: a world title contested outside of Hawaii. It’ll be tough, hilly, and stacked. What could happen?
Maps, logistics, and the best places to watch the race.
The pros aren't the only ones with full calendars this year. How do you tackle multiple Iron-distance events—and do it well?
We put dozens of drinks, gels, chews, and bars to the test and picked out best bets for every palate preference—from unflavored to “wow, that’s weird!” These were our favorites.
While training with power on the bike isn’t a new phenomenon, the affordability of power meters in recent years has led to more and more athletes watt-ing up. Here's everything you need to know about training with power and the best power meters for triathlon.