"This is not a mild disease."
CEO Andrew Messick says they're exploring all options—including hosting the 2022 race not on the Big Island.
New studies show that moderate exercise can improve your immune response and, most importantly, make vaccination even more effective.
The village board approved the plan for vaccine requirements this week.
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There are some things that are actually better now.
As the popular fitness service grows exponentially, we break down how to fit Peloton into your everyday triathlete training.
Study Finds Less Than 1% of Professional Athletes Developed Inflammatory Heart Disease after COVID-19
Professional sports leagues extensively tested COVID-positive athletes to learn more about myocarditis risks.
Contracting COVID-19 is one thing, but learning how to live with it longer term—much less returning to fitness—brings its own unique challenges.
And how that affected triathletes.
Ironman Indiana will take place only one time, on Oct. 2 in Muncie.
The U.S. District judge ruled Ironman's "no refunds" clause was fair and reasonable.
Trail Runner contributors Dr. Megan Roche and David Roche explain that, based on clinical trial data, the COVID-19 vaccine is safe and effective for athletes.
It’s gonna be a party!
And why doctors and athletes think you should get the vaccine as soon as you can.
Racing for the first time after months away from competing can be tricky. Here's what we can learn and apply before (hopefully) lining up for a triathlon in 2021.
Even with COVID restrictions around indoor gatherings, there are still plenty of things to do with the family—from DIY Turkey Trots in costume to snow- or bike-filled fun.
Triathletes, runners, and cyclists did some crazy things this year. Here were some of the most impressive COVID challenges—so you can find some inspiration.
This year forced organizers to invent new ways to race—virtually. But what happens to those online experiences when things return to “normal?”
Looking for a competitive outlet but don’t want to venture outside? Look no further.
Here's how three coaches have kept their triathletes motivated in a time full of uncertainty.
From one of the most inspiring athletes ever to take on Ironman, to the male runner-up and a very fast age-grouper, we chatted with three athletes about race day in Panama City Beach.
Pro triathletes faced a lost season in the middle of their careers. There are some common ways they're dealing with the COVID year.
What does racing a 70.3 look like during the pandemic? Now we know. We look at some of the policies and procedures that were put into place at Sunday’s Ironman 70.3 Arizona triathlon.
Even after you've quarantined and are no longer infected, doctors recommend you work out with caution.
With races finally on the calendar (maybe?), some of us are faced with the challenge of preparing for a race we didn't realize was really going to happen.
How do you find the motivation to properly train for an event that may get canceled before race day? A sports psychologist weighs in.
As races slowly start to get the green light, your next race might look absolutely nothing like your last—here’s what you need to know (and have).
As racing slowly sputters back to a start this fall, pro triathletes are forming last-minute, ad hoc fields at small races like the Bear Lake Brawl—the first prize purse on U.S. soil since the beginning of the pandemic.
Ironman Tallinn went off this weekend—with 1,500 athletes across the full and 70.3 distance races. Here's what this return to racing looks like.
Dr. Jim Taylor describes the physical and mental challenges of returning to racing during these strange times.
If you frame the mental challenges you're feeling in a certain way, you'll come out the other end of this season as a better overall athlete.
With one of the first major-branded multisport events taking place a couple of weeks ago at Ötillö’s Swimrun Engadin, we talk to Ötillö’s founder Michael Lemmel to get a glimpse into our pandemic triathlon future.
Short-course triathletes will compete in a pool, on a trainer, and on a treadmill.
Sport, politics, and world events have always been—and always will be— inextricably intertwined. The postponement of the 2020 Olympics is just one of many times the Games have fallen victim to larger world events.
Want to ride inside with others? Connect to the world from your trainer with these five virtual events.
How to manage your emotions and respond positively to the global pandemic.
Self-supported races are a new frontier in planning, something these athletes know well.
As women's collegiate triathlon continues to progress toward full-fledged NCAA status, it faces what will be a very unique fall sports season.
Frustrated by lost training time caused by the COVID-19 crisis? Add mental imagery to your training toolbox and be better prepared for racing to resume.
Be ready to race—whenever that happens.
Ready to become a better swimmer? Struggling to get back to swimming after pool closures? Don't miss this advice from triathlon swim coach Gerry Rodrigues.
While athletes are frustrated with a lack of information and options, they might not have legal recourse.
A spike in cases across Texas causes Ironman to pull the plug on this Sunday’s scheduled event at the last minute.
With safeguards in place, roughly 1,000 participants are registered to race on June 28—despite a sharp rise in COVID-19 cases in both Texas and locally in Lubbock.
Many athletes are now wearing masks or face coverings, but are there any training benefits? A dive into the science of restricted breathing training.
How can you use the COVID-19 crisis to become a better triathlete (and person)?
Don't rush your return to training! Coaches Cliff English and Ryan Bolton give you the blueprints to get back at it - responsibly.
As the global pandemic goes on, we take a look at how it's impacted triathletes from around the country.
Medical advice for how to get back to training after the virus, plus a three-time Kona finisher shares his firsthand experience of recovery.
Five challenging core and glute exercises you can do at home using common household items.
Preparing for a virtual event requires an entirely new approach. Ultrarunner Zach Bitter shares how he tackled his attempt at the record for fastest 100 miles ever run on a treadmill.
Two members of the "Mama Docs Run This" Facebook group share how the members are providing support during challenging times.
As restrictions lift across the country, the only thing between you and your favorite tri training scenario is your own judgement. We’ve tapped an epidemiologist to help.
If you're experiencing FOMO, it's time to refocus your energy on gratitude for the present moment.
We've all heard of virtual races. But a virtual triathlon training camp? Coeur Sports did just that.
With so many triathletes taken out of their usual routines, a new crop of injuries is cropping up. We look at how to wipe them out.
Recovery nutrition has always been important, but in the context of training during a global health crisis, it’s actually vital.