Why your easy days are too hard, your hard days are too easy, and how to find the perfect balance to maximize your training.
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Photographer Jeff Clark caught up with Kelly Williamson at the 70.3 Vegas finish line.
Zipp’s Vuka Alumina Clip and basebar ($255, Zipp.com) can morph into almost any fit and won’t bust your budget.
WTC CEO Andrew Messick is charging forward to globalization triathlon beyond what others have imagined.
While she didn't race in 2012 and has officially retired, Chrissie Wellington still has the triathlon community following her every move.
The primary fuel for Chris McCormack’s influence on the sport is his fearlessness whenever the microphone is in front of him.
Peter Henning, the man in charge of NBC's annual coverage of the Ironman World Championship, earns the fifth spot on our list.
Dan Empfield first raced the Hawaii Ironman in 1981 and continues to be a part of triathlon’s DNA.
Specialized's embrace of triathlon has been a dream of a talented aerodynamics specialist, Mark Cote.
Coming in at the ninth position on our list of most influential people for 2012 is Boulder, Colo.-based Mat Steinmetz.
Over the next two weeks we'll reveal Inside Triathlon's picks for the top 10 most influential people of 2012, starting with Barb Lindquist.
Want to strength train like Dave Scott, find the perfect coach to fix your running gait or upgrade your ride on a budget?
Is living and training at a high altitude really that beneficial? Or does it make more sense to live high and train low?
Thinking about planning a training camp once the winter’s over? Flagstaff, Ariz. may be the perfect spot for it.
Check out a few extra shots from Inside Triathlon's photo shoot with Scotland's Lesley Paterson.
A native of Boulder, Colo., Olympic-distance specialist Cameron Dye makes his living by racing on the non-drafting circuit.
Want to work out like Craig Alexander, take a peek inside Brett Sutton’s training camp in the Swiss Alps, or find the right aero wheels?
Will alliances among pros in the men’s race further dispel the idea that the Hawaii Ironman is the race of truth?
The e-book will give you a look at a unique training philosophy, teach you how to get mentally tougher, and more.
As Timothy O’Donnell tackles the iron distance, he steps into the role as an American with a legitimate shot at ending the U.S. drought.
To find out the best way to spend your off-season pick up the Nov/Dec 2012 issue of Inside Triathlon magazine.
Mirinda Carfrae is taking on a cycling-focused strategy for the build up to Kona under the guidance of coach Mat Steinmetz.
Want to learn how to race a successful Ironman debut, how to boost your Ironman bike speed, or how to build a super light tri bike?
In the history of Olympic triathlon, a reigning world champion has never won an Olympic gold medal.
Want to recover smarter, win a sprint to the finish or find the fastest racing flats on the market?
"I am going to give it all I have and be prepared for the toughest race of my career."