Luxembourg's Dirk Bockel and Switzerland's Caroline Steffen earned their first victories at the iconic Challenge Roth triathlon.
Belinda Granger sat down with Bob Babbitt to chat about her career and the upcoming race.
Switzerland's Caroline Steffen chats with Bob Babbitt about the upcoming race at Challenge Roth, her near victory at Kona 2012 and her time with Team Tbb.
Defending champion James Cunnama will once again go head-to-head with crowd favorite Timo Bracht.
An important milestone was acknowledged on Wednesday evening in Roth, with a special celebration to honor Belinda Granger’s 10th race in Roth.
With Challenge Roth’s race week activities ramping up, we share a collection of facts and figures specific to the iconic event.
Bob chats with up-and-coming New Zealand pro Dylan McNeice. McNeice, a former elite swimmer, has had a breakout year.
Bob chats with Challenge Family's Zibi Szlufcik about the partnership with Chris McCormack and global expansion of the Challenge Series.
In this episode, Bob chats with Dirk Bockel of Luxembourg, who says this is a key race on his schedule for 2013.
In this episode of Breakfast with Bob from Roth, Germany, Bob chats with Challenge CEO Felix Walchshofer.
Bob Babbitt takes his Breakfast with Bob show on the road to Roth, Germany ahead of Sunday's Challenge Roth triathlon.
There’s something about Challenge Roth. Athletes have either been to Roth and long to go back or can’t wait to get there.
Today’s press conference focused on ten of these athletes, five men and five women professionals each aiming for a place atop the podium.
Timo Bracht and Rachel Joyce highlight the pro field.
Without support from his brother Michael, Andreas Raelert may not have broken the record.
Chrissie Wellington shaves four minutes off of her 2010 marathon split to break her own world record at Challenge Roth.
Since Roth, Germany, started hosting iron-distance events in 1988, both male and female pros have broken eight hours nine times on Roth’s course. Make that ten; both Andreas Raelert and Chrissie Wellington set new world records today, at 7:41:33 and 8:18:13 respectively.
Great Britain's Chrissie Wellington earned her third-straight victory at Challenge Roth in the same way she's done in each of the last two years, with a new world record.
Germany's Andreas Raelert made his Challenge Roth debut by breaking the world record for fastest iron-distance race. His time of 7:41:33 came thanks to a 46:18 swim, a 4:11:43 bike and a 2:40:52 run.
Challenge Family CEO Felix Walchshöfer breaks down the pre-race festivities at Challenge Roth.
Australia's Rebekah Keat talks about the women's competition at tomorrow's Challenge Roth triathlon.
Does Andreas Raelert think he can break the world record for fastest iron-distance race at Challenge Roth? Find out.
Germany's Andreas Raelert talks about the relationship with his brother, Michael, and what it means to have him in Roth to support him.
In this four-part series, which originally aired as a full-length Training Day feature back in May, we take you on-location to experience a real training camp with the Raelerts, including their key running workout, a three-and-a-half hour bike ride, and a five-kilometer pool session.
In today's Triathlete.com Poll we want to know if you think Chrissie Wellington will break her own world record at this year's Challenge Roth race, set to take place Sunday, July 10.