Efficiency and planning (and a little extra time during COVID to nail the learning curve) got this injured runner to overall triathlon titles.
"The feeling of finishing my first race was the feeling I had when my feet touched the ground after my first jump."
68% of Brazilian women have never practiced any sport. This triathlete is out to change that.
Dr. Tiencia James finds balance as a ER physician, mom, and triathlete.
The busy CEO shares how he translates skills from triathlon to his day-to-day life and vice versa.
Soj Jibowu’s love of triathlon has grown into a clothing brand that he hopes will help bring the sport to wider audiences.
Since 2014, Dionne DeGourville has finished seven Ironman races, all while juggling the intense schedule that comes with protecting the public.
A leap of faith helped this triathlete thrive in work, family, and training.
Balancing pro triathlon and a life as a doctor on the frontlines of a pandemic might seem impossible, but Cecilia Davis-Hayes has it all figured out.
For this CEO and endurance athlete, mentorship is the name of the game.
"One of the biggest challenges is people not accepting me for my knowledge, skills, and abilities based on my outward appearance. In a male-dominated career field, I have had to overcome stereotypes to forge a path for other leaders coming behind me."
Triathlete and meteorologist Joanna Perchaluk—who appears on the cover of our latest issue—works, lives, and trains in the Arctic Circle for up to a year at a time.
Help others live a more active lifestyle, up satisfaction at your job, and gain new training partners.
Israeli executive Boaz Dinte draws parallels between a high-level career and high-level racing.
What started with a dare has led to more than 20 Ironman finishes for this go-getter.
National champions share their wisdom for balancing parenting and perspiration.
The NYPD's Chief of Counterterrorism is an avid triathlete.
Dana Platin - who took up triathlon while living in South America - is on a mission to help others achieve their goals.
How Wahoo's Director of Finance created a career she loves—plus her tips for managing the balance of work and training.
Mom. Lawyer. Entrepreneur. Weight loss champion. Ironman. Meet Rachel Brenke.
Aaron Vinten shows time-crunched triathletes that healthy eating is well within reach.
Joel Gott and his wife Sarah use endurance sports to balance careers that can be more conducive to morning headaches than morning rides.
LaToscia James' job became an unexpected gateway to an endurance transformation.
Forty-one-year-old Julie Baker shares tips for success that we can all apply to our tri lives.
Training, work, family. It doesn’t have to be all or nothing, says Michelle Andres.
Peter Shankman wears many hats. Presenting his strategies for making them all fit.
Triathlon gives this exec sanity—even when it means training at insane hours.
Jan and Simone Vingerhoets share how they make it work.