2014 Ironman New Zealand winner Meredith Kessler chats about the Taupo race and her major goal come Kona time.
Americans Andy Potts and Heather Jackson come in as the defending champions and the ones to beat on Saturday.
A strong group of Australian triathletes will test their early-season fitness at this weekend’s Ironman 70.3 Geelong.
Ironman today announced that it will increase the prize purse for the Ironman 70.3 World Championship to $250,000 for 2014.
Ironman announced today that Princeton, N.J. has been selected to host the 24th race in the Ironman 70.3 U.S. Series.
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Haugesund (Norway), Luxembourg, Nice (France) and Zell am See-Kaprun (Austria) have been selected as finalists.
The appeal of competing with a season full of fitness brought several top names out to today’s Ironman 70.3 Miami.
After weeks of speculation, the start list for next weekend’s Ironman 70.3 World Championship race has been announced.
Joe Gambles and Melissa Hauschildt let it be known that they are serious contenders for the 70.3 world title.
Australia’s Greg Bennett and Canada’s Angela Naeth posted strong bike times at Sunday’s Ironman 70.3 Buffalo Springs Lake to earn the victories.
New Zealand's Terenzo Bozzone and the United States' Linsey Corbin earned the victories at today's Ironman 70.3 Mont-Tremblant.
Germany’s Michael Raelert and Chile’s Barbara Riveros turned in dominating performances at Sunday’s Ironman 70.3 Berlin in Germany.
Great Britain’s Richie Nicolls and Eimar Mullan earned the victories at Sunday’s Ironman 70.3 U.K. in Wimbleball, England.
Craig Alexander won his second race in seven days and Emma-Kate Lidbury dominated the women’s race at Ironman 70.3 Kansas.
The United States' Andy Potts and Canada's Angela Naeth claimed victories at the 2013 Ironman 70.3 Eagleman triathlon in Cambridge, Md.
The 70.3 is one of the most unique races on the circuit, with an afternoon start time and unpredictable weather.
Ironman 70.3 Hawaii, nicknamed "honu" for the Hawaiian sea turtle, is the only Kona qualifier held on the Big Island.
The 2014 Ironman 70.3 World Championships will head to Mont-Tremblant, Québec, Canada, with the race taking place on Sept. 7, 2014.
Athletes braved tough weather, which included windy and chilly conditions that forced the cancellation of the swim.
Former 70.3 world champ Terenzo Bozzone and the top American finish in Kona, Mary Beth Ellis, earned the victories at Ironman 70.3 Florida.
WTC CEO Andrew Messick revealed that the announcement about the 2014 70.3 worlds venue is expected to be in three weeks.
Starting in 2014, the Ironman 70.3 World Championship 70.3 triathlon will rotate globally among different regions on an annual basis.
Canada's Heather Wurtele won the Ironman version of this race in 2010 and 2011.
American Andy Potts spent a good part of his day in St. George setting the pace up front.
American Meredith Kessler was first out of the swim, second off of the bike and first at the finish line in St. George.
Kelly Williamson admits that she's not feeling great about her form, but is excited to test her legs on the tough course.
Sebastian Kienle talks about his decision to race St. George and if he'll duplicate the all-out strategy that gave him the world title.
With the 70.3 and Ironman World Champs months away, several pros have chosen to make this the priority race for the front half of 2013.
Meredith Kessler is no stranger to the winds, heat and climbing in St. George, Utah, as she returns for the fourth year in a row.
Scotland's Lesley Paterson, who has said she prefers to race in off-road triathlon, chats about the mental toughness it took to run her way to third at Ironman 70.3 California on Saturday.
Canadian Heather Wurtele, who in the past has been known as a strong cyclist, proved to be on of the top runners on Saturday in Oceanside.
American Andy Potts chats about his fifth Ironman 70.3 California victory.
Potts narrowly outpaced Thomas to take his fifth Oceanside title, while Jackson gets the win after finishing second at this race twice.
American Tim O'Donnell reflects on his 70.3 San Juan race, talks a little bit about his competition and gives advice for dealing with cold water.