From short-course to long-course, the world champ is now considering Ultraman.
Plus, we preview the PTO's Canadian Open this weekend.
It's a very Midwestern episode.
And we preview Challenge Roth.
Plus, Sid prepares for the super secret not-secret Roth after-party.
When he was just a kid, he chose to have his legs amputated instead of spending all his time in surgeries—and he hasn't stopped moving since.
And the big question of the weekend: What was the best performance?
Plus: Is this season too full of races? How does the Sub 7/8 Project fit in?
The young Olympian talks to us about her goals, her breakthroughs, and social media.
Sam Renouf, the CEO of the Pro Triathletes Organization, on what they have planned.
The inside scoop and everything you need to know about the Ironman World Championship on May 7.
Opening up about mental burnout and struggles.
Anne Hed, CEO of Hed Wheels, started out as a pro triathlete—when Ironman Hawaii cost $100. A lot has changed since then.
We hear from the athletes on the ground, and break down the exciting race.
Triathlete Hour Podcast: Jonas Deichmann Celebrated His Around-the-World Tri With More Biking & Running
And your 70.3 Oceanside preview.
Triathlete Hour Podcast: During COVID, Minori Minagawa Went From New Triathlete to Athlete of the Year to Pro
And tri season is really really here.
For the USAT Grand Masters Athlete of the Year, fun = success.
And we break down the first big weekend of racing.
Plus, a news-focused Sid Talks.
And what we think about the new NCAA announcement.
The last episode of our special run podcast.
Plus, Sid Talks on the PTO Board, Couples Championships, and the Esports Tri World Champs.
What does it take to win Paralympic medals in three sports?
Stef & Phil are joined by the Olympic champ, Flora Duffy.
Her two rules for racing.
"It's too hard not to be myself."
He says: It's not a problem.
Brad Culp joins Stef & Phil to debate the future of the sport.
Phil & Stef on what they want to see in the future of the sport.
In this special pop-up podcast, Crowie join our hosts Stef & Phil for an intro and breakdown of how the sport has changed.
From national team athlete to world-traveling photographer to talent development.
Plus, what counts as a world record and when should a course be modified for safety?
How do you tackle your first Ironman and then look to defend your Xterra world title?
Plus, what does the exciting racing this past weekend mean for next year?
The Triathlete Hour Podcast: Remi Davis is USAT’s Most Inspirational Comeback Winner for Good Reason
Neither sickle cell anemia or a car hitting her could stop her.
She's got her eyes on another world title, then Paris 2024.
Our chat with the Olympian, former world record holder, and "man with the halo" Tim Don.
How the 5th-place finisher at 70.3 Worlds came back from shattering his scapula and almost quitting the sport.
Plus, our 70.3 Worlds preview.
Snyder, who is blind after an IED attack in Afghanistan, became the first American man to win gold in triathlon in either the Olympics or Paralympics.
We break down an exciting weekend of racing around the world.
Plus, your inside scoop on the Collins Cup.
Now she's finally headed to Tokyo, to compete against girls half her age.
We kick off Paralympics month with the story of Allysa Seely and how she's overcome countless challenges to win gold.
Reporters Brett Larner and Mika Tokairin give us the inside scoop from Tokyo.
And we give you our preview & picks for the Games.
Plus, how This App Saves Lives could save your life.
How do you handle the heat? We answer this—and plenty more—as we discuss the physiological and psychological factors leading to successful heat acclimation.
It's the start of Olympics month on the podcast!
Plus, a full dissection of the Olympics announcements—and what's to come.
It's our Age-Group Special.
And everything about the final big Olympic qualifying race in Leeds this weekend.
We explore all aspects of peaking and tapering to help you arrive at the start line in your best shape yet.
Plus, we dissect the weekend of Ironman championship racing and what's coming up in Olympic qualifying.
Now he's won five Ironmans and recorded the fastest non-branded Iron-distance time.
Executive editor Chris Foster gives us the inside scoop on Olympic qualifying and ITU racing.
We dive into all aspects of open-water swimming, including the key skills you need, how to overcome anxiety, and how to find the right wetsuit for you.
The paratri world champion lost her leg in Iraq, came back to be the flagbearer at the Paralympics in Beijing as a swimmer, and is now trying to make the triathlon team as a 41-year-old.
The popular Ironman champion and uber-biker never holds back with his transparency, honesty, and challenges he's overcome.
After seven paratriathlon world titles and a berth in the Paralympics as a cyclist, will this be the year he finally gets to go for gold in paratri in Tokyo?
What it takes to give it all up in your 30s and chase the pro triathlon dream.
Training, racing, fueling, gear, and more—we talk about all the things you need to know when you're first starting out in triathlon.
The first trans athlete on Team USA, Chris found triathlon while trying to understand his own gender identity—and believes sports can be a vehicle for social change.
This week, USAT and World Triathlon board member Gabriela Gallegos gives us some inside scoop—and some tips on making a race series welcoming to all.
The former pro triathlete, pro figure skater, ESPN columnist, and women's cycling advocate is here with her new book—all about how you can make change too.
Tips on what it takes to get all the Zwift badges, what that means, how you end up doing that in the first place—and other interesting bits about a regular guy who did something not so regular.
TV star, coffee company owner, and the only Black pro triathlete. Plus, we dissect the 2020 prize purses and upcoming start lists.
The 5th woman to ever finish an Ironman, one of the founders of TriFed, and inventor of a number of training concepts we now consider standard. If you don't know Sal Edwards, you should.
The Aussie legend looks back on how she won 15 Ironmans using her head, and why she just loves the lifestyle.
The Triathlete Hour Podcast: Alyssa Godesky, From Pro Triathlete to Fastest Known Time Record Holder
Why triathletes should try an FKT (Fastest Known Time).
We go all-in on training zones: How to establish them, why you need them, and all the must-have gear.
What Ironman and healthy habits can do for your life.
Plus, what we think of the off-season tri trends—and what sponsors and fans want from pro athletes.
Plus, what to expect this year in terms of races and our predictions for 2021.
Dhani Jones and Max Fennell introduce the first episode of Someone Like Me, a series of conversations with outstanding individuals in endurance sports with different backgrounds, including BIPOC, transgender, and adaptive athletes.
Until recently, there were close to zero resources to help athletic women navigate one of the most challenging times of their lives. This woman is helping change that.
Plus, we get the on-the-ground breakdown from Daytona.
And Laura Siddall gives us the full scoop on the PTO Championships in Daytona this weekend.
This week we talk to coach Jim Vance about smartwatches, running with power, how to set up your watch, and some of this year's best smartwatch models.