Three-time Ironman world champion Craig Alexander announced his retirement from Ironman-distance racing after finishing fifth in Melbourne.
A strong group of Australian triathletes will test their early-season fitness at this weekend’s Ironman 70.3 Geelong.
Craig Alexander has taken up a new challenge: coaching. The Aussie is working with Lisa Norden as she works toward long-course success.
Three-time Ironman world champion Craig Alexander says that 2013 was his last time competing in Kona.
Craig Alexander would be the first athlete over 40 to take the Ironman world title if he can cross the finish line in first.
Craig Alexander heads to Vegas as one of the favorites to win the men’s race and as the coach of 2012 Olympic silver medalist Lisa Norden.
Craig Alexander won his second race in seven days and Emma-Kate Lidbury dominated the women’s race at Ironman 70.3 Kansas.
Ironman 70.3 Hawaii, nicknamed "honu" for the Hawaiian sea turtle, is the only Kona qualifier held on the Big Island.