Sarah True and Joe Skipper burned down the course at Ironman Arizona, while the heat proved to be a formidable foe at Ironman Cozumel. Brad Culp recaps the weekend of racing.
The longest World Triathlon season in world history made its penultimate stop in Bermuda; South Africa has a new 70.3, and we take a quick race-cation to Cabo.
What the heck is a “Maurten move” anyway? And more…
Speedy and dirty racing in Europe marks a weekend of non-Hawaii-related race action.
We take a quick look at a busy weekend of pro racing in the U.S. and a weird weekend of racing overseas.
With Kona less than 30 days away and a brief respite in the World Triathlon Championship Series, you’d think pro triathlon racing would chill for a moment. Instead, just about every corner of the globe saw some swim-bike-run action. Brad Culp recaps it all.
It’s Super League Championship season, and our columnist quickly tackles the important things like SLT teams and kits, as well as some very exciting rivalries played out in super-sprint time.
The first World Cup on Norwegian soil plays host to two exciting battles, Emma Pallant-Browne adds another win to her resume in Austria, and more.
A packed weekend of racing that included 36 of the world’s best competing in the second annual Collins Cup, while Alistair Brownlee and Lucy Charles-Barclay made triumphant returns.
Iden and Gentle cash in $100K at the first stop of the new PTO World Tour; True and Beals dominate one of the sport's most storied courses.
Flora Duffy and Daniela Ryf both won races last weekend. There is no more “new normal.” This is just "normal."
The weekend of racing that wasn’t Sub7/Sub8, including a historic performance by Laura Philipp in Hamburg.
Chattanooga goes West, Hering’s inverse career trajectory continues, Iden’s pumped and pumped, and Sala is pure gold.
Is pink the best color for Team USA kits? What exactly happened at the Pro-Am? Can you watch triathlon on regular TV now?
It was an action-packed weekend in pro triathlon racing from St. Anthony’s, Ironman Australia, and Challenge Riccione.
Last Weekend Now: A “Sprint” Finish in Texas, Arena Dominance in London, and a Grand Race at Gran Canaria
It was a weekend of fast (very fast) racing around the world.
It was a thrilling weekend of racing, full of surprise wins, comebacks, and even a photo finish. Columnist Brad Culp recaps the action in Oceanside, Salou, and South Africa.
Kat Matthews and Sam Long turned in dominant victories as they head full speed ahead to the Ironman World Championship in St. George.
Columnist Brad Culp recaps a weekend of racing around the world.
What was weirder: A couples championship for $100K in Florida or Blummenfelt being beaten for just $15K in Dubai?
And they could be added to the Olympic line-up.
The final weekend of the 2021 race season had big names and big wins. Read columnist Brad Culp's recap of the action.
Really fast racing in Cozumel – but is Blummenfelt's performance a world record?
Columnist Brad Culp recaps a weekend of racing around the world.
Who you should keep your eye on in the next few years...
Even tough-as-nails Lionel Sanders said the cancelation of Ironman California was the right call.
What happens when you put two major races on one tiny island, all on the same day? Columnist Brad Culp breaks it down.
Super League wasn't the only race over the weekend.
Last Weekend Now: Super Racing in Munich, Comebacks in Nice, and Fast Times at ITU Long Distance Worlds
Here’s all you need to know about the weekend of pro tri racing.
Ryf, Haug, and Lange all won iron-distance races last weekend. That’s a great sign things are getting back to normal—at least for events that don’t take place in Hawaii.
And Cam Wurf returns to triathlon in resounding fashion.
European Ironman champions crowned, not-Super League Super League-like World Triathlon races, and Alcatraz winners bode well for their futures.
Collins Cup auto-qualification is over. Who got a spot and who made a case for Captain's Pick?
Lionel Sanders’ falters in Idaho as Sam Long takes his second Ironman win; Lucy Charles-Barclay continues her dominance across every distance.
Alex Yee is on fire; Lucy Charles-Barclay steals some of the spotlight from Maya Kingma, and Alistair Brownlee’s final World Triathlon race is one we’ll never forget (for all the wrong reasons).
The final Olympic auto-qualifying event this past weekend threw a wrench into athletes' plans.
The first major weekend of racing in North America this year—and it showed who's fit, who's not, and who to watch in 2021.
Racing's back up and some old favorites are battling for new spots in the Collins Cup.
Jodie Stimpson and Jan Frodeno kick off 2021 with convincing wins over world-class fields.
With some details about Pho3nix Sub7/Sub8 in hand, our columnist says: No.
After five years of promising to change the sport at the professional level, the PTO 2020 Championship at Challenge Daytona came through with one of the best shows in the history of the tri.
The PTO puts dollars behind two more races, while Ironman awards some Kona slots in Australia and returns to racing in North America.
Plus Alistair Brownlee is a legend and complete psycho—and the PTO puts more money behind small pro regional events.
Davos got stormed out, the PTO keeps pros afloat, and everyone but me is mad at ITU.
A select few pro triathletes returned to racing with Super League’s Arena Games this weekend, and there’s real racing on the horizon.
What will happen with Kona qualification? Some wild speculation.
With racing canceled everywhere—and trailheads and bike paths more crowded than ever—what does the race scene even look like for 2020?
Ironman New Zealand showcased a new New Zealand powerhouse and an improved (though still to be improved) Ironman Facebook Watch show.
Several pros grabbed their Kona slots for 2020 over the weekend.
All three men on the Ironman Florida podium went under eight hours.
McElroy is on a roll; No dogs at the finish; Hawaii’s other world championship.
A different take on the Tokyo Test Event drama, a sigh of relief as two Kona favorites get their qualifying spots, and a breakthrough star turns in one of the fastest times ever.
Last weekend in triathlon: A scary moment for a top triathlete, big performances in Europe, and exciting finishes in Montreal.
Last weekend in triathlon: A new Kona contender, the U.S. has a solidified triathlon hot spot, and a couple of veterans shine.
Contributor Brad Culp gives his take on the weekend of triathlon.