The Olympic bronze medalist gives us some of her secrets for success when it comes to maximizing your run.
American Katie Zaferes takes the bronze.
You've probably never heard of Team Psycho, but you're definitely familiar with the long line of elite triathletes who've been supported by the Boston-based triathlon club.
Now the top-ranked athlete in the world, Zaferes will once again go after an Olympic berth in Yokohama.
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One year after winning her first world title, Katie Zaferes will look to defend it in a winner-take-all one-day world championship.
The Olympian and defending World Champ can laugh at herself—and marvel at the turns her life has taken.
With the Tokyo Games being pushed out a year due to COVID-19, athletes are leaning on their community, their friends and families, and each other.
Katie Zaferes became ITU world champion on Saturday evening in Lausanne, sealing the greatest season of her career with a fifth WTS gold of the year.
American Katie Zafares narrowly lost in a sprint finish, but easily took the overall series championship.
Katie Zaferes (USA) held onto her top spot in the SLT Championship series leaderboard at the season’s halfway point.
First-time Olympian Katie Zaferes raced to a sixth-place at last year's Rio test event.
USA Triathlon today named Katie Zaferes as the sixth and final member of the 2016 U.S. Olympic Triathlon Team.
Great Britain’s Vicky Holland announced her return from injury in style with her first ever World Triathlon Series win.