Win this bike, gear for the year, and the Ironman World Championships in St. George.
Gain Watts With This Strength Circuit for Cycling
Use these videos to boost your power and efficiency on the bike with our cycling-specific strength circuit.
Commentary: The Hype (and Slight) of Sub7/Sub 8
Four titans of triathlon are attempting a no-holds-barred assault on the ultimate time barriers in the sport. Will it transcend tri or fall flat?
Ask Stacy: Should I Take Supplements?
Supplements may seem like a no-brainer, but what you need can vary based on who you are—and what conditions you're training and racing in.
Ironman St. George World Championship Preview: Women’s Race
Two returning champs, a recently crowned 70.3 world champion, and local favorites. These are just a few of the women who could win.
Ironman St. George World Championship Preview: Men’s Race
A unique clash between established vets and future world champions on an unfamiliar (but challenging) course. Who will make their mark in St. George?
How the St. George Course Will Create a New Race Dynamic
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?
What Spectators Need to Know About the Ironman St. George World Championship Course
Maps, logistics, and the best places to watch the race.
Ruth Astle Is On the Rise
After coming out of the Zwift ranks, Brit Ruth Astle has been turning heads with a string of victories—and she’s just getting started.
How Age-Groupers Are Pulling Off the St. George-Kona Double
The pros aren't the only ones with full calendars this year. How do you tackle multiple Iron-distance events—and do it well?
Ask Stacy: Should I Skip Solid Foods on Race Day?
A liquid-only fueling strategy might not be the way to go, explains Dr. Stacy Sims.
We Taste-Tested 19 of 2022’s Best (And Weirdest) Drinks, Gels, and Chews
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.
Eddie Brocklesby Is the “Irongran” of Triathlon
The 78-year-old is the oldest British woman to finish an Ironman — and she's still going strong.
A Race to Tri: The Jersey Gravel Triathlon
Have dirt, will gravel.
Why (And How) to Run with a Power Meter
Running with power is a great way to consistently measure your effort, increase your efficiency, and pace yourself more accurately while racing. We break down what running with power is, what it isn't, and how to get started.
Riding with a Power Meter Will Supercharge Your Training
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.
Girona, Spain is a Multisport Paradise
Hundreds of professional cyclists and triathletes from all over the world call Girona home, and there’s a reason why.
The Gear You Need for 2022
In this year’s gear guide, you’ll find our selections of the most important gear you need as a beginner, intermediate, or advanced triathlete—and some things everyone has to have.
“Regular Joe to Let’s Go” Gear Reveal
We gave one midpack triathlete the best gear and advice money can buy. Now we reveal the "what" and the "why" behind his handpicked choices.
The Ghosts of Triathlon Gear Past
Please don't long for the olden days of tri — especially when it comes to gear.
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