Matt Chrabot tells us, in his own words, about the epic sprint battle at Ironman Chattanooga.
If you can make it to the event without over training or injury due to lack of strength, you’re a select few.
Professional triathlete Matt Chrabot shares specific pool sessions he does to get his swim leg ready for the first races of the year.
Matt Chrabot and Lauren Goss impressed on the tough course to take home the victories.
Matt Chrabot finished 14th at the ITU World Triathlon Series race and was the first American across the line.
After getting a health problem diagnosed and treated, American Matt Chrabot sprinted his way to a second-place finish in Mooloolaba.
"I'm fitter than I've ever been in my life."
Matt Chrabot prepares for the Olympic qualifier in San Diego, Calif.
There’s one Olympic spot left for the women and at most three spots left for the men. So how exactly will the other spots be filled?
"I helped the U.S. earn a spot on the Olympic start line... You're going to have to rip it out of my fingers to get it from me."
The penultimate round of the 2011 ITU World Cup series heads to Colombia this weekend, the first time the country has hosted a World Cup since 1992.
American Matt Chrabot overcame a bike crash and came from behind on the run to ascend back to the top of the Huatulco World Cup podium today.
Brownlee's Grand Final dominance earned him the overall world title, with younger brother Jonny coming second and Gomez finishing third.
This is the race that all ITU athletes and fans have been waiting for all year—the best triathletes in the world will be peaked and ready to race their best at the ITU’s Dextro Energy World Championship Series race in London this weekend as they chase Olympic spots and points for the overall world championship title.
Nine of the United States' top triathletes have earned the right to compete for a spot on the 2012 U.S. Olympic Triathlon Team next month at the International Triathlon Union World Championship Series event in London on Aug. 6-7.