As equipment continues to evolve, one of the last pieces of triathlon gear to see improvement is the saddle.
Rachel Joyce’s career in triathlon hasn’t been easy, but she’s quietly become one of the top racers on the Ironman circuit.
Emmy-winning television producer Peter Henning will be the 20th inductee into the Ironman Hall of Fame.
High performance training tips reign supreme in the March/April issue.
Chrissie Wellington let the Inside Triathlon staff dress her up like the Queen of Ironman, a title she deserves given her Ironman, iron-distance and Kona world records.
Go behind the scenes of the cover shoot for the Sept./Oct. issue of Inside Triathlon, featuring Chrissie Wellington. The video also features training tips from the three-time Ironman world champion herself.
Go behind the scenes of Inside Triathlon's cover shoot with Chrissie Wellington with this time-lapse video from photo editor Nils Nilsen.
Inside Triathlon editor-in-chief Courtney Baird chatted with McCormack about how he plans to overcome the injury and what he thinks about the Brownlee brothers' domination of ITU racing.
Inside Triathlon magazine’s July/August issue features an exclusive profile of Tim O’Donnell, who recently made his Ironman debut with an 8:09:50 runner-up finish at Ironman Texas, behind Spain’s Eneko Llanos.
ITU racer Matt Chrabot talks about why he never trains through a race.
Inside Triathlon magazine announces its picks for the 10 greatest female iron-distance triathletes of all time.
T.J. Murphy, went to visit Corbin in her home in Montana. The following is the story that came out of that visit—including an in-depth look at how she overhauled her training regimen.
Inside Triathlon’s May/June issue gives readers access to the minds and training secrets of some of the sport’s top pros.
Inside Triathlon profiles Olympic hopeful Matt Chrabot.
The story about what unfolded on TJ Murphy's journey to find Peter Reid has become one of Inside Triathlon magazine’s most iconic pieces. Here is the feature, republished in its full form.
The March/April issue of Inside Triathlon magazine features a story on Full Throttle Endurance, a triathlon club based out of New York City that boasts some of the best age-groupers in the country.
The March/April issue of Inside Triathlon magazine features a story on Olympic hopeful Matt Chrabot, who recently won the Miami International Triathlon for a second time. Check out a sneak peek of the article, available on newsstands now.
Inside Triathlon magazine recently got to hang out with New York City’s Full Throttle Endurance triathlon club. The team is a motley mix of bankers, executives, a former TV star, an Iraq war veteran and everything in between. They are coming to a race near you. And they’re going to beat you.
Find out why professional triathletes like American Matt Chrabot are using the GST swim power test to improve their swim stroke.
Inside Triathlon’s look into how to gain mental toughness in triathlon.
Inside Triathlon magazine contributing editor Matt Fitzgerald got to wondering why so many elite triathletes have recently taken their bikes off the roads and started to ride inside. Check out this photo gallery featuring the most famous indoor rider of them all, Andy Potts.
Get a sneak peek at Inside Triathlon magazine’s look at why so many elite triathletes are riding indoors.
A preview of the March/April issue of Inside Triathlon, on newsstands now.
Inside Triathlon magazine announces its picks for the 10 greatest male iron-distance triathletes of all time.
Inside Triathlon magazine announces its picks for the 10 greatest female triathletes of all time.
Jodie Swallow talks to Triathlete.com about her goals for 2011, which include becoming the best all-around triathlete possible.
Inside Triathlon magazine announces its picks for the 15 greatest male triathletes of all times.
Three-time Ironman world champion Peter Reid vanished from the sport in 2007, cut off all contact and retreated into exile. Months went by, but eventually word leaked through the ether
Bevan Docherty hopes to come away from 2012 with the only medal that will complete his collection.
ick up a copy of the November/December issue of Inside Triathlon, which features an exclusive look into two-time Ironman world champion Craig Alexander’s tech preparation for the heat of the Hawaii Ironman, written by Triathlete magazine’s senior tech editor Aaron Hersh.
Jarrod Shoemaker was crowned U.S. champion in late September, and he’s one of the U.S.’s best hopes for a medal in London in 2012.
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