Wellington tells the story of how she fought her way through a roller coaster of pain and fear to claim a fourth Ironman world title. And pros share their mind-over-matter tips.
Why the world champion thinks she's more holistically healthy now—and why she wants to bring that message to kids.
With the pursuit of fast 140.6-mile times in the news, we take a look at the fastest female iron-distance performance ever.
After three rounds of voting, it's time to announce the winners!
Thirteen years ago this month, Chrissie Wellington won her first Ironman World Championship as a relative unknown, sending shockwaves through the sports world. Here’s a look back at the race that has been called the biggest upset in Ironman Hawaii history.
Four-time Ironman world champion Chrissie Wellington of Great Britain will be honored during race week on the Big Island.
Daniela Ryf will race Challenge Roth with the intention of breaking the record for fastest iron-distance race.
Chrissie Wellington shares advice for anyone considering making the leap from long-distance triathlon to an ultra-run.
Four-time Ironman world champion is part of a group trying to get a women's Tour de France reinstated.
Some day, you’ll be able to tell your grandkids that you raced triathlon in the era of Chrissie Wellington.
While she didn't race in 2012 and has officially retired, Chrissie Wellington still has the triathlon community following her every move.