"I have taken the opportunity that many women and girls in my country are deprived of. But it is my responsibility to represent them and to be their voice."
Teacher and paratriathlete Leah Kaplan shares why she donated her adaptive bike to a young student who shares the same limb difference.
Ainslie Henderson shares how being an endurance athlete afforded her the ability to walk and live today, despite a diagnosis of primary progressive multiple sclerosis.
When a car struck Cheyenne Meyer on a training ride, her athletic future was in doubt. Becoming a guide for athletes with disabilities helped motivate her in recovery.
Daniel Allemond shares how triathlon played a role in beating a rare and aggressive form of leukemia.
"I’m down more than 40 pounds and feel stronger every day. More importantly, I’m in a season of re-discovering myself."
For one man, triathlon offered a path for him to find his way from victim to survivor—and provided skills to help others in their own journeys.
Struggling with a porn addiction, Scott West found health and happiness with a new challenge: swim, bike, and run,
Watching her son compete in his first triathlon reminded this mom of what's the best part of our sport.
How one weekend warrior balanced family obligations and training during the pandemic for his first triathlon.
COVID cancellations led to a love story.
Extreme, mysterious symptoms after exercise sent this triathlete and doctor looking for answers.
Even though his race was canceled, this athlete reflects on the parallels between the pandemic and training for an Ironman—and how one helped him work through the other.
One athlete's musings about why it is he does these after all.
One first-timer's detailed story of how a minimal training plan worked out for him.
A coach shares how one athlete's attitude through the pandemic has inspired her.
"Cancer took my site, blindness gave me vision and adventure/triathlon lets me live!"
"I am hoping this story can be an amusing yet somewhat inspiring story on making a comeback."