The fact that Lance Armstrong will likely make the start in Kona has given the World Triathlon Corporation (WTC) more firepower.
New Zealand's Bevan Docherty and Canada's Angela Naeth took the victories at today's Ironman 70.3 Panamá triathlon.
We got a mixed reaction when we asked the pro men how they feel about racing against Lance Armstrong at Ironman 70.3 Panama.
A look inside three-time Ironman world champion Craig Alexander’s now famous heat experiments.
The Lance Armstrong Foundation will partner with Ironman, with Armstrong announcing plans to compete in four 70.3 events and one Ironman.
New Zealand's Bevan Docherty showed once again that ITU athletes can translate speed to the half-Ironman, taking the win in Panama.
Armstrong made his official pool-swimming debut at this weekend’s Longhorn Aquatics New Year’s Classic meet with a 5:08.11 500 free.
American Lukas Verzbicas is skipping the U23 circuit in hopes of earning an Olympic spot.
Check out these exclusive photos from Lance Armstrong’s first triathlon in over 20 years, the Xterra USA Championships.
Weiss and Paterson both earned their first Xterra world champion titles today, complementing solid swim and bike efforts with a fast run to secure the wins in the most competitive pro fields ever assembled.
In his first triathlon in more than two decades, Lance Armstrong finished fifth at September’s Xterra National Championship in a stacked field of international pro talent. This Sunday, he’ll race his second Xterra—the 2011 world championship on a brand new Maui course.
Seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong participated in his second triathlon of the year this weekend in Tempe, Ariz. at Red Rock Co.'s Four Peaks Urban Dirt Triathlon.
France’s Nico Lebrun and Canada’s Melanie McQuaid took the titles at today’s XTERRA USA Championship at the Ogden & Snowbasin Resort in Utah. Seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong finished fifth in his first triathlon in 22 years.
Saturday's Xterra USA Championship features several intriguing story lines. Perhaps most notable is the return of seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong to triathlon.
Xterra reigning world champ and defending eight-time national champion Conrad Stoltz chats with Triathlete.com about the new Xterra USA Championship course, his prep to defend his title, and going up against Lance.
Here's a look at the mountain bike Lance Armstrong rode to victory at the Crested Butte Alpine Odyssey on July 31 in Crested Butte, Colo.
The Twittersphere has been abuzz the past couple days with conjecture about Lance Armstrong’s return to triathlon
CBS News Reports Hincapie Testified That He And Armstrong Supplied Each Other With EPO, Testosterone
George Hincapie, one of Lance Armstrong’s closest friends during their time together at the U.S. Postal Service and Discovery Channel teams and the only member of all seven of Armstrong’s Tour de France-winning squads, testified before a federal grand jury that he and Armstrong had supplied one another with EPO and testosterone, CBS News reported Friday afternoon.
Armstrong enlists the help of Alberto Salazar to help him run a 2:50-2:55 marathon in an Ironman.
The weekend after announcing that he is permanently retiring from cycling, Lance Armstrong has said via his twitter that he will competing in Sunday's Livestrong Half Marathon in his hometown of Austin, Texas.
After Lance Armstrong’s official retirement from cycling—or “Retirement 2.0” as he’s dubbed it—the triathlon community may wonder: does this mean he’s dedicating himself to being a triathlete?
In a telephone interview with the Associated Press, Lance Armstrong announced what he is calling "Retirement 2.0" from cycling and says he is done for good this time. Armstrong did not touch on the subject of his return to the sport of triathlon.
The knee injury that forced Lance Armstrong to withdraw from the Rotorua Sprint Triathlon in New Zealand, set to be held later this month, could also keep him from competing in a 2011 Ironman.
We asked one of the sport's strongest swimmers, American Sara McLarty, to give her take on Lance Armstrong's swim stroke.
Check out this video of Lance Armstrong swimming the Ironman World Championship course in Kona, Hawaii.
American triathlete and Kona local Bree Wee is spending time training with Lance Armstrong as he prepares to make his comeback to the sport of triathlon.
Seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong won't compete in a New Zealand triathlon next month because of a sore left knee.
New Zealand's top triathlete Bevan Docherty will challenge seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong in Rotorua early next year.
Lance Armstrong has confirmed that he will be racing in a sprint triathlon as part of the Eves Blue Lake Multisport Festival in New Zealand at the end of January.
Seven-time Tour De France winner Lance Armstrong will be turning to triathlon and racing in the 2011 Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii, according to his long-time coach Chris Carmichael.
Former Canadian triathlon national team member Frank Hayday has only a few months to live.