Five athletes heading to Kona for the 2014 race share their stories of how they qualified for triathlon’s most prestigious event.
Nearly 3,100 athletes finished at the Milwaukee Art Museum and Discovery World.
Justin Daerr chats about his rise to the top of the podium and shares run training advice–including an endurance-focused fartlek session.
Traveling to the nation’s capital? Here are locals’ recommendations on where to swim, bike, run (and refuel!)
New to triathlon? Pick a race, identify your mission and get organized!
Holly Bennett finds that getting back into fitness during the winter does not happen overnight
Stuck in an exercise rut after the holidays? Here are some tips to get out of it, courtesy of pro Meredith Kessler.
Craig Alexander has taken up a new challenge: coaching. The Aussie is working with Lisa Norden as she works toward long-course success.
A daughter comes to appreciate her mother's Ironman habit when she guides her through the marathon portion of Ironman Canada
“I think a big thing that is really important to your development as an athlete in general is to be focused on the process."
Great Britain’s Tim Don shares some of the things he’s learned in the leap up to 70.3 racing.
Craig Alexander heads to Vegas as one of the favorites to win the men’s race and as the coach of 2012 Olympic silver medalist Lisa Norden.
"...I think it was obvious that every emotion I'd felt and personal battle I'd fought in training really bubbled to the surface."
Three close friends and colleagues at Triathlete magazine decided to tackle a Challenge together–the inaugural 2013 Challenge Penticton.
Triathlon rookie Jason Devaney shares an important lesson from his first triathlon of the season.
Norseman Xtreme blueseventy contest winner Jessica Kelley writes about her experience of training for the race.
Two-time Ironman world champion Tim DeBoom shares his thoughts about what it takes to win, and which Americans might have it.
Jessica Kelley will be headed to Norway in a few short months.
Sunday will be just the third time Ironman 70.3 San Juan has taken place and there are only two winners in its young history.
Though most people aren’t looking for love in the transition area, some triathletes have found romance amidst the swim, bike and run.
We picked our 22 favorite triathlons from across the U.S. Plus: The pros' picks and the most anticipated new races of 2013.
If your goal is a strong upcoming race season, here are a five things to keep in mind.
Thinking about planning a training camp once the winter’s over? Flagstaff, Ariz. may be the perfect spot for it.
Meredith Kessler, Linsey Corbin, Leanda Cave, Paul Amey, TJ Tollakson and Mathias Hecht gathered at Tempe Beach Park in Tempe, Ariz.
With 2012 nearly a wrap, many athletes are already feeling a bit fidgety from inactivity and wondering how to strategize an optimal 2013.
As Timothy O’Donnell tackles the iron distance, he steps into the role as an American with a legitimate shot at ending the U.S. drought.
Laila Ali is the latest celebrity to catch the triathlon bug.
Low-intensity runs may not be flashy, but they’re one of the keys to three-time Ironman world champion Craig Alexander’s success.
Despite a lack of time, cash and opportunities to train outdoors, the MSU Tri Club expects another top result at USAT Collegiate Nationals.
Inside Triathlon's trip across the pond reveals Britain’s greatest threat to triathlon.
No matter how many short-distance triathlons you’ve raced, nothing can totally prepare you for the demands of an Ironman. After completing his first (Ironman Coeur d’Alene), Senior Tech Editor Aaron Hersh shares several tips that can make the jump in distance a little more manageable.