The founder of Germany's largest triathlon club, Eintracht Frankfurt, has some surprising insights into the country's take on tri.
It's time to shed your Kona qualifying FOMO.
Approximately 2,500 athletes came from across the globe to Kailua-Kona, Hawaii to compete in the iconic 2018 Ironman World Championship.
O'Donnell talks about the drastic changes he's made in his training, the head-to-head battle with Braden Currie, and managing the balance of parenthood with elite-level racing.
The American finished 10th at the 2018 Ironman World Championship with a blazing time of 8:58:58.
Charles chats about her stellar swim, her mindset on the bike, and what she thinks Kona rookies brought to Saturday's race.
She chats about her disappointment of not making it onto the podium, the complicated dynamics in the women's bike race, and how the race has changed over the last few years.
The Scottish athlete chats about the conditions and overcoming an "average" front half of his race to finish on the podium again.
Currie ran shoulder-to-shoulder with Tim O'Donnell, had some fun banter with eventual race winner Patrick Lange, and then held off a late surge from Matt Russell.
Aernouts put together a 54:07, swim, 4:12:26 bike, and a 2:45:42 marathon to finish in 7:56:41.
Russell got his best-ever Ironman World Championship finish one year after nearly losing his life on the same Kona course.
Four-time Ironman world champion Daniela Ryf recalls her record-breaking day of racing in Kona.
Patrick Lange became the first athlete to finish the Ironman World Championship in under eight hours.
Bob Babbitt chats with Anne Haug, third-place finisher of the 2018 Ironman World Championship.
Bob Babbitt chats with Tim O'Donnell, fourth-place finisher of the 2018 Ironman World Championship.
Bob Babbitt chats with Lucy Charles, second-place finisher of the 2018 Ironman World Championship.
Bob Babbitt chats with Bart Aernouts, second-place finisher of the 2018 Ironman World Championship.
Bob Babbitt chats with Sarah True, fourth-place finisher of the 2018 Ironman World Championship.
Bob Babbitt chats with David McNamee, third-place finisher of the 2018 Ironman World Championship.
Even Lange was surprised by his epic performance.
A jellyfish string nearly derailed Daniela Ryf's 2018 Ironman World Championship.
The class of 2018 will go down in history as the group that completely set a new standard for Hawaii Ironman racing.
Germany's Patrick Lange claimed his second-straight Ironman world title in a course record time.
Switzerland’s Daniela Ryf crushed the bike course record (4:26:07) on her way to establishing the fastest Ironman finishing time for a woman in history at 8:26:18.
The 2018 Ironman World Championship is a triathlon that will likely sit atop the record books for years to come.
Switzerland’s Daniela Ryf came out of the swim in a slower (for her) 57:26 after being stung by a jellyfish, then crushed the bike course record in 4:26:07 and posted a sub-three Kona marathon (2:57:05)—crossing the finish line in 8:26:18.
Patrick Lange claimed his second Ironman world title—putting together a 50:37 swim, 4:16:05 bike, and 2:41:32 marathon to establish a new course record of 7:52:39.
A group of 30 industry experts came together on Friday to tally the makeup of all 2,500 bikes to check-in on the Kona Pier ahead of the Ironman World Championship.
Australia's Sarah Crowley is back in Kona after a breakthrough third-place finish in 2017.
It's been a long, hard road back but the 40-year-old says he wants to be able to walk away from the sport on his terms.
We sat down with four former world champions for a candid chat about who they think has the best shot of waking up on Sunday with a new world title next to their name.
Aussie Sarah Crowley rides a tricked-out Canyon Speedmax SLX with a few custom touches.
The three-time Ironman world champion talks about how her Kona prep has changed and where she feels her fitness is going into Saturday's race.
Corbin says she's put too much pressure on Kona in the past, so she's taking a more relaxed approach this year.
American Ben Hoffman was forced to pull out of the 2018 Ironman World Championship last week after discovering a sacral stress fracture.
Ironman competitor Mania-Maria Bikof spearheads an international group of volunteers who help her rescue thousands of refugees in the Aegean Sea.
Lionel Sanders hosted a private press conference for media and sponsors this morning, and as always, he was the ultimate open book.
Matt Russell talks about second chances, unexpected gifts from the Big Island, and living his life with a new sense of passion since his life-changing accident in 2017.
Switzerland's Daniela Ryf is back in Kona to go after a fourth-straight Ironman world title.
We got a great look at Daniela Ryf’s brand new 2019 Felt IA FRD Disc