And what we think about the new NCAA announcement.
When this athlete felt uninspired by the lack of local races in her area, she decided to take matters into her own hands.
While triathlon has a long history in Japan, it's been growing in the region in recent years.
Check out Emma-Kate Lidbury's author page.
Two coaches have teamed up to spread the endurance sports knowledge.
As only one of four female presidents of an international federation, World Triathlon leader Marisol Casado is paving the way for both women and tri in the Olympics.
These 2022 Movers and Shakers are helping triathletes think critically about how our sport can do more and be better when it comes to issues of race, gender, and disability.
He likes to keep a low profile and fly under the radar, but here we find out more about Dan Lorang...
“I want to have World Triathlon value our elite paratriathletes as much as they value elite athletes, for races to make it possible for athletes with disabilities to be a part without obstacles. That’s what it really boils down to in my mind.”
Race El Paso race director Gabriela Gallegos has been quietly moving the sport forward through grassroots efforts.
Julia Polloreno is part of the Ironman team working to keep triathletes engaged during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Today we’re highlighting an engineer who is working to keep the growing industry of virtual racing fair.