Spain's Eneko Llanos and the United States' Heather Jackson claimed the wins at the inaugural Ironman Vitoria.
Spain's Eneko Llanos and Denmark's Camilla Pedersen claimed tough wins to earn the titles of Ironman European Champions today.
Eneko Llanos overtook Marino Vanhoenacker in the final miles of the race, while Corinne Abraham surprised the women’s field in Melbourne.
The favorites face the media and the looming 200km bike leg.
Llanos’ victory was highlighted by a finish time of 7:59:38, while Cave ended her season with the first Ironman win of her career.
The Kona course has a way of humbling—no, demolishing—athletes like no other Ironman. The heat, the unforgiving course, the world championship-demanding effort—and did we mention the heat? We spoke with three top pros forced to pull out of last Saturday’s race and asked them what ultimately ended their day and dashed their Kona hopes.
Aaron Hersh previews the deep field of athletes set to race in this Saturday's Abu Dhabi International Triathlon.
Inside Triathlon magazine photo editor Nils Nilsen made the trek out to Abu Dhabi last year for the inaugural Abu Dhabi International Triathlon.
Spain’s Eneko Llanos and Great Britain’s Julie Dibens, the champions of the inaugural Abu Dhabi International Triathlon, will defend their men’s and women’s crowns in the race’s second running on March 12, 2011.
Eneko Llanos and Julie Dibens, last year's XTERRA World Champions, did not go home empty handed this year.
Reigning two-time Ironman World Champion is the favorite heading into Saturday's race, but he's going to face some tough competition. Who's your pick?
You've seen the cover for the November issue of the all-new Triathlete magazine, but now you can go behind the scenes with these exclusive images of the August 13th photo shoot.
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