Bob Babbitt chats with three legends of the sport: Chris McCormack, Luc Van Lierde and Thomas Hellriegel.
Some of the best triathletes in the world have joined a newly formed endurance team. Chris "Macca" McCormack fills us in on the details.
The man they call Macca has competed in Roth several times and chatted with Bob Babbitt about what makes this race so unique.
Chris McCormack kicked off Breakfast with Bob at Challenge Atlantic City with a wide ranging chat that was spectacular as usual.
Chris McCormack chats about adjusting to life in Phuket, Thailand where he recently relocated for a new full-time role.
If a one-on-one triathlon between Chris McCormack and Lance Armstrong happens, who do you think will win?
Macca chats with Bob Babbitt about his new job, his unique 2014 race plans and if he'll go after another world championship in Kona.
Saturday at the Nautica Malibu Triathlon showcased a competitive field of age-groupers and a few pros in the international distance.
Bob Babbitt and Macca chat about his 10-year role with the Challenge Family, his experience at Roth and his goals for the rest of 2013.
A thrilling finish and testing conditions made up the inaugural Challenge Rimini.
Macca chats about his 40th birthday party, his early-season injury, his season plans and this weekend's Laguna Lang Co Triathlon in Vietnam.
The primary fuel for Chris McCormack’s influence on the sport is his fearlessness whenever the microphone is in front of him.
Chris McCormack brought the media together in Kona, Hawaii to announce a 10-year partnership with the Challenge Family.
Craig Alexander talks about Chris McCormack's return to the Kona start list and the "hole" that is left with Lance Armstrong not racing.
Chris McCormack says his brief return to draft-legal racing was "the slap in the face" he needed to return to the Ironman World Championship.
Both will head to October’s Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii as top contenders.
Despite some rumors that he may pass on Kona, Chris McCormack’s camp says that he will be racing at the 2012 Ironman World Championship.
McCormack and his Australian teammates will find out who is on the 2012 Olympic team on June 1.
The lengthy Olympic qualifying process will leave Chris McCormack to race Ironman Cairns with less than ideal fitness.
McCormack finished 30th at the ITU World Triathlon Series event in San Diego on Saturday.
Amateurs, collegiate triathletes and Chris McCormack raced each other at Wildflower's Olympic-distance race.
The event was initially supposed to be a triathlon between Chris McCormack and Lance Armstrong.
The 2012 St. Anthony's Triathlon (April 29) will feature a strong field made of a mix of Olympic and long-distance stars.
The change will give Chris McCormack the opportunity to validate his entry to the 2012 Ironman World Championship.
McCormack orchestrated the decisive Kona 2010 breakaway aboard this Specialized Shiv.
McCormack finished up the 2011 ITU World Championship season on Saturday with 31st place in the Grand Final in Beijing, and he was kind enough to answer some questions about the race and his 2011 season for Inside Triathlon editor-in-chief Courtney Baird.
Brownlee's Grand Final dominance earned him the overall world title, with younger brother Jonny coming second and Gomez finishing third.
Inside Triathlon editor-in-chief Courtney Baird chatted with McCormack about how he plans to overcome the injury and what he thinks about the Brownlee brothers' domination of ITU racing.
WCS Hamburg is marked by a day of breakthroughs, including that of Chris McCormack
Chris McCormack appeared on ESPN’s “Outside the Lines” last month to discuss the notion of pushing the body to the limits with Dr. Oz. In the interview, host Bob Ley asks Macca about the mindset of “if you’re not injured, you’re not training hard enough.”
Alistair Brownlee leads nearly wire to wire while reigning Ironman world champ Chris McCormack drops out.
Chris McCormack's return to the ITU and a strong contingent of racers should make this weekend's Kitzbühel race one for the ages.
The Challenged Athletes Foundation (CAF) held its fifth annual Hearts and Hope gala in New York City on June 8, 2011.
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