And we give you our preview & picks for the Games.
The popular world champion moved to long-course after a disappointing 2016 Olympics—but he missed the excitement of Olympic racing too much. Now the 38-year-old is back with big plans for Tokyo.
Plus, how This App Saves Lives could save your life.
The first-time Olympian has been racing since he was a kid—but a Hodgkin’s Lymphoma diagnosis at 18 derailed his career. Now he's finally hitting his stride.
We rate seven of the top contenders in the women's individual Olympic event so you can follow along.
The Tokyo-bound team includes four defending medalists from Rio 2016 and five World Paratriathlon Champions.
A look back at how a display of sportsmanship between two countrywomen roiled triathlon’s rulebooks.
Taylor Knibb, Summer Rappaport, Katie Zaferes, Kevin McDowell, and Morgan Pearson spoke about their journeys to making the team as well as their visions for Tokyo.
The final spots were determined via a tough discretionary decision by the selection committee.
You've probably never heard of Team Psycho, but you're definitely familiar with the long line of elite triathletes who've been supported by the Boston-based triathlon club.
Fifth in her World Triathlon debut, the Kona runner-up beat Olympic contenders and surprised everyone. It could make the case for a switch from long- to short-course.
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The three-time Kona runner up will be baptized by short-course fire, and the U.S. Olympic selection committee will be following closely—a quick preview on who to watch and why.
In 2017, the pro runner tried Age Group Sprint Nationals—and won. Now Morgan Pearson is a triathlon Olympic qualifier.
The runner-turned-triathlete turned emotional at the finish line after his first podium performance.
The 23-year-old surprised everyone.
Now the top-ranked athlete in the world, Zaferes will once again go after an Olympic berth in Yokohama.
The 2016 Olympian is trying to prove he deserves a spot on the relay team.
Executive editor Chris Foster gives us the inside scoop on Olympic qualifying and ITU racing.
A look inside what it takes the make the U.S. Olympic team.
The paratri world champion lost her leg in Iraq, came back to be the flagbearer at the Paralympics in Beijing as a swimmer, and is now trying to make the triathlon team as a 41-year-old.
Some analysis of why she'd pick tri over track.
Plus, we get the on-the-ground breakdown from Daytona.
Will this be the decade we see the French ITU squad take over as the most dominant men’s team in the sport?
After becoming the first bilateral above-knee amputee to complete the Ironman World Championship, Roderick Sewell sees his future as limitless.
One year after winning her first world title, Katie Zaferes will look to defend it in a winner-take-all one-day world championship.
The Olympian and defending World Champ can laugh at herself—and marvel at the turns her life has taken.
With the Tokyo Games being pushed out a year due to COVID-19, athletes are leaning on their community, their friends and families, and each other.
We're all missing race weekends and the memories that come along with them, so we're looking back on some of the iconic moments from the past. First up, the underdog performance of American Susan Williams in 2004.
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It was a disappointing day for many Americans, but Summer Rappaport executed a well-rounded race to earn her first Olympic berth.