One Wisconsinite makes a (cheese-topped, midwestern-accented) pitch for why Milwaukee is Tri Town USA.
Despite flying under the radar for the U.S. Open, Collin Chartier rides and runs through an all-star cast to take home $100,000.
After Taylor Knibb led for most of the day, Australian Ashleigh Gentle used a speedy run in hot conditions to make the pass in the final miles.
Charles-Barclay vs. Duffy vs. Knibb, the return of Sanders vs. Long: there's no denying the PTO U.S. Open is full of talent. Thorsten Radde previews the stacked field in Dallas, plus how to watch the free livestream.
Everything you need to know about the how to watch the Collins Cup livestream, plus who's racing and how the matchups are set.
Iden and Gentle cash in $100K at the first stop of the new PTO World Tour; True and Beals dominate one of the sport's most storied courses.
Featuring must-see matchups, check out our expert play-by-play preview of a new midseason long-course barnstormer: the PTO Canadian Open.
Sam Renouf, the CEO of the Pro Triathletes Organization, on what they have planned.
The new format will feature a CAF athlete, a pro, and a special guest in six relay teams.
Brad Culp joins Stef & Phil to debate the future of the sport.
And who didn't fare as well—and why.
The Pro Triathletes Organization has plans to expand (and expand) in 2022 and 2023. What does it mean for the sport?
With the PTO rankings determining $2 million in year-end prize money, a few athletes are looking to move up.
The match-ups are out ahead of Saturday’s inaugural race in Samorin. We look at how they could shake out with the help of U.S. team captains Karen Smyers and Mark Allen.
Tim Heming breaks down the new pro ranking system, the pros, the cons, and why you should care.
How do you balance postpartum stress with a return to high-level racing?
How a new maternity leave policy is changing the landscape for female pros.
The voice of swimming for the past six Olympics was in the broadcast booth last weekend for the PTO 2020 Championship.
After five years of promising to change the sport at the professional level, the PTO 2020 Championship at Challenge Daytona came through with one of the best shows in the history of the tri.
It's the most important triathlon of the year. Get your TV fired up and ready to watch the PTO Championship this Sunday, Dec. 6 from Daytona, Florida.
The Triathlete Hour Podcast: Emma-Kate Lidbury’s Dreams Changed + COVID Protocols & $1 Million at Daytona Champs
News on the new Ironman COVID protocols, a breakdown of the biggest race of the year, and our six-time 70.3 champ tells us what she wish she'd known.
80 auto qualifiers and 20 wildcard selections will vie for one of the biggest prize purses in the history of the sport—and this year’s de facto long-course world championship on December 6 at Challenge Daytona.
As racing slowly sputters back to a start this fall, pro triathletes are forming last-minute, ad hoc fields at small races like the Bear Lake Brawl—the first prize purse on U.S. soil since the beginning of the pandemic.
Plus Alistair Brownlee is a legend and complete psycho—and the PTO puts more money behind small pro regional events.
Thanks to a partnership between USA Triathlon, Challenge Family North America, and the Professional Triathletes Organization, professionals will have a big target on their 2020 race calendar.
And the Collins Cup won't happen in 2020.
The Latest from the Pro Triathletes Organization: Coronavirus, the Collins Cup, and a $2 Million Bonus Program
Since its launch in January, the Professional Triathletes Organization (PTO) has been busy generating plans, cash, and controversy for a big year ahead.
The Professional Triathletes Organization plans to make money through sponsorship and advertising surrounding the broadcast of its flagship race, The Collins Cup, debuting this May.