First-time Kona qualifier Jennifer Simmerman shares her five biggest secrets on how she went from a strong runner, to a solid triathlete, to competing in a world championship.
Want to smash a 70.3 bike leg? Throw yourself into a season of gravel and mountain bike racing. It’s working wonders for newly minted Boulder 70.3 champion Rach McBride.
A 24-year-old triathlete from Denmark with a short race resume crossed the line 10 minutes before the two-time Ironman World Champion in his first try at Europe’s biggest tri. How did that happen?
After a second place finish in 2015 and a third place finish in 2017, Jackie Hering finally took the win in Chattanooga over a killer field. Her secret? Self-coaching, finding balance with family, and racing a half-marathon in her build-up.
We get inside insight into the tactics, the race plan, and the lead pack dynamics (and yes, that final-mile duel) that put Kiwi Braden Currie on the podium at the Ironman World Championship.
After he took the win at 70.3 Oceanside, the 28-year-old Canadian won't be able to fly under the radar anymore. But don't call him an overnight success.
The emerging talent from Britain put the pedal down in a dominating performance over world champion Anne Haug at Lanzarote 70.3. Here’s how she did it.
The 28-year-old managed insanely hot race conditions and ran his way onto the podium through a stacked field. We’ve got two of his key race-specific sessions, his thoughts on the mental side of competing, and what’s next.
The 29-year-old Belgian beat Kristian Blummenfelt by 23 minutes at 70.3 Dubai; we’ve got two of his killer workouts, plus the inside track on his breakthrough race.
Training camps with Pro Tour cyclists, averaging 340 watts for four-hour rides, and running a sub three-hour marathon (and finishing with his dog)—it’s all in one winter’s work for Cam Wurf.
On Dec. 5, the Olympic silver medalist may have ran the fastest half-marathon by a triathlete, ever. The craziest part? He was just coming off his off-season.
Moench reveals how she handled back-to-back breakthrough long-course races (getting COVID actually helped!).
On his victory over Kristian Blummenfelt (“Even without his mechanical issue, I think I still would have won.”), his equipment choices (“Think I could perform OK on a BMX [bike].”), two of his insane workouts, and more.
A last-minute trip halfway across the world ended with a third-place finish—we have the story and two workouts that helped Haley Chura get there.
Taylor Knibb has had a breakaway season with a silver medal in Tokyo and huge performances at the Collins Cup and Boulder 70.3. Her coach shares a swim and bike session.
We have the inside track on how the Norwegian went from promising young athlete to Olympic champion. (Spoiler alert: It was no accident.)
Australia’s Sarah Crowley flew under the radar after a big 2019. She tells us why and reveals a bike and swim workout that’s helped her return to the podium.
How the young American used racing tactics, good decision-making, and an unflappable run in staggeringly hot conditions to even the score against Lionel Sanders.
Britain’s Jodie Stimpson secured her first win in five years with an emotional victory in Challenge Miami in March. With the Olympic dream on the backburner, the 32-year-old shares the sessions that have helped her make the switch to non-drafting racing.