North American triathletes might not recognize Dan Lorang’s name, but they’ll recognize the names of his world-title winning athletes: Jan Frodeno and Anne Haug. Our European correspondent profiles the first coach to train both male and female winners of the Ironman World Championship title in the same year.
Bob Babbitt interviews Anne Haug, the 2019 Ironman World Champion.
The German put together a 54:09 swim, a 4:50:18 bike, and a 2:51:07 marathon to claim her first Ironman world title in 8:40:10.
Last year's third-place finisher Anne Haug used a 2:51:07 marathon to earn the first Ironman world title of her career on a day that saw four-time winner Daniela Ryf struggle from start to finish.
Bob Babbitt chats with Anne Haug, third-place finisher of the 2018 Ironman World Championship.
Germany's Anne Haug thrived as the dark horse in last Saturday's Ironman 70.3 Oceanside.
We're so excited triathlon season is back that we're bringing you a second gallery of Saturday's pro race at Ironman 70.3 Oceanside.
Two-time Olympic gold medalist Alistair Brownlee (GBR) showed again that he's capable of excelling at the 70.3 distance.
A London win will mean a world championship for Gwen Jorgensen, Anne Haug or Non Stanford.
Olympic silver medalist Lisa Norden took home the big title of ITU World Champion thanks to the points earned from her fourth place finish.