In this month's Train 360, we do a deep dive on exactly what it takes for Ben Hoffman to crush his long run with a "tempo twist."
On this week's podcast, Ben Hoffman talks about what it takes to win and what made him want to be a pro triathlete in the first place.
Hoffman turned in a 2:43:08 marathon--the second fastest of the day--to run his way from 14th off the bike to fourth at the finish line.
Join us on Wednesday at 1 p.m. MDT for a live chat with Ben Hoffman and Joe Gambles.
American Ben Hoffman was forced to pull out of the 2018 Ironman World Championship last week after discovering a sacral stress fracture.
"I can honestly say that I don’t remember a single other event in my sporting career that made me feel this way."
American Ben Hoffman had his best Ironman ever earlier this year.
We catch up with American Ben Hoffman from his home in Tucson, Ariz.
Colorado native Ben Hoffman answers the deeper question of ‘what drives him’ to pursue triathlon at the highest level.
After a tough day in Kona plagued by stomach troubles on the run, Hoffman didn't have the follow-up race to his 2014 2nd place finish that he was hoping for this year. Hoffman has been in Hawaii since the race and will take on the XTERRA World Championship in Maui on Sunday. He qualified for XTERRA Worlds by finishing runner-up at the Mountain Championship in Beaver Creek, Colo., earlier this summer. Hoffman talks about the confidence he was still able to gather from a disappointing day in Kona, and how he'll spend the remainder of the season, which includes a trip to the Bahamas next week for the exclusive, $500,000 prize purse Island House Tri.
Come have pre-race brunch the day before Ironman Boulder with triathlon stars Ben Hoffman and Tim Don.
How will the American follow up last year’s second-place Kona finish?
A group of professional triathletes aims to change the face of men’s health.
It was a record-breaking day in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, as Ben Hoffman and Heather Wurtele won in fast and commanding fashion.
Ben Hoffman chats about his goal to get back to Kona, his unique sponsors and how he approaches the taper for a 70.3 race.
I feel fit and hungry for battle in St. George!
Americans Ben Hoffman and Kelly Williamson continued to have successful breakthrough seasons with victories at today’s K-Swiss Ironman 70.3 Branson event in Missouri.
Ironman World Champion Craig Alexander and Ironman 70.3 World Champion Julie Dibens proved once again that they are two of the best in the world. Alexander rode with one of the sport’s fastest cyclists, Chris Lieto, and ultimately ended up holding off Ben Hoffman for the win.