According to the GOAT Mark Allen, triathlon training and coaching are poised to change forever
Hone your fitness—and your sense of pacing—with this simple swim set.
Follow along as the 6-time Ironman world champ guides you through one of his go-to activation workouts.
We're back with another workout from the six-time Ironman world champ!
Start building your bike fitness with this workout from the six-time Ironman world champion.
After three rounds of voting, it's time to announce the winners!
The six-time Ironman world champion chats about his days of racing the Ironman World Championship, shares training advice for age-group triathletes, and gives his picks for who would have won Kona this year.
Three Ironman legends in one video: Bob Babbitt, Dave Scott, and Mark Allen.
Mark Allen's 1989 (Iron War) 2:40:04 run course record stood for 27 years and he was on hand to watch Germany's Patrick Lange break it.
Earlier this year, Tim O’Donnell announced he was switching coaches to work with six-time Ironman world champion Mark Allen.
Triathlon legend Mark Allen came on to chat about his career, his new book and the work he is doing with top American pro Timothy O’Donnell.
The two legends sat down with Bob Babbitt before the 2009 Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii to talk about that historic day.
One of the worst things about the sport of triathlon is the typical 7:00 am start time of races. It wouldn’t be so bad if you could wake up in a room located within walking distance of the start line at 6:50, step outside, and go, but that doesn’t work.
Inside Triathlon magazine announces its picks for the 10 greatest male iron-distance triathletes of all time.
Inside Triathlon magazine announces its picks for the 15 greatest male triathletes of all times.
Working on planning your schedule for the 2011 triathlon racing season? In this article, Ironman world champ Mark Allen provides advice on getting the training process started, as well as planning races for the season.
Spurred on by advice coming from the likes of Peter Reid and Mark Allen, some triathletes, like Montana’s Linsey Corbin, break a one-month fast from coffee just hours before the Hawaii Ironman cannon goes off.
As the Ironman World Championship grows closer and closer, the buzz and sheer number of people are growing at an exponential rate in Kona. See photos of pros and age groupers training in the town and enjoying the last few moments of calm before the race takes over the town.