American Gwen Jorgensen runs her way to her fifth WTS victory of the season and the world championship title in Edmonton.
American Olympic triathlete Sarah Groff writes about the similarities between wedding planning and being a pro triathlete.
American ITU star Sarah Groff is sharing a journal from her training base in Banyoles, Spain.
Espn's Bonnie D. Ford chats with American Olympian Sarah Groff about the months following her fourth-place finish in London.
Nicola Spirig of Switzerland narrowly beat out Lisa Norden of Sweden in an exciting photo finish at the 2012 London Olympics.
Excited for the Olympics, but don't know a lot about the ITU style of racing? U.S. Olympic team member Sarah Groff explains the format.
U.S. Olympic team member Sarah Groff will be featured on Universal Sports.
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Sarah Groff and Manny Huerta named ITU Athletes of the Year. Mary Beth Ellis and Jordan Rapp take the non-ITU Athletes of the Year honors.
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?
Great Britain’s Helen Jenkins won the London edition of the ITU’s Dextro Energy World Championship Series today, with Americans Gwen Jorgensen and Sarah Groff taking two automatic Olympic qualifying spots for the USA by placing second and seventh, respectively.
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.
Chris McCormack's return to the ITU and a strong contingent of racers should make this weekend's Kitzbühel race one for the ages.