In this feature, originally published in the July/August 2011 issue of Inside Triathlon magazine Canadian Olympic gold medalist Simon Whitfield and his peers talk about his career and what you can learn from the two-plus decades he was in the sport.
Canada’s Simon Whitfield, the 2000 Sydney Olympic gold medalist, announced this week that he is officially retiring from triathlon.
Libby Burrell will look to change a few things after Canada's stars had a disappointing Olympic Games.
The two-time Olympic medalist says Findlay's former coach, advisor and doctor need to accept responsibility.
Simon Whitfield has made it to the final round of Canada’s contest to name its flag bearer for the 2012 London Olympics.
Two stops on the subway system in the British capital have been named after Canada's Simon Whitfield and Australia's Emma Snowsill.
It will be Whitfield's final competition before taking part in the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Whitfield talks about his two Olympic medals, his plans for Ironman and what he thinks about Chris McCormack's return to ITU.
Paula Findlay and Simon Whitfield took a major step forward towards representing Canada at the 2012 Olympic Summer Games, thanks to a discretionary selection made by Triathlon Canada during the organization's recent Annual General Meeting.
Canada’s Simon Whitfield has a gold medal from the 2000 Sydney Olympics and a silver from the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
Alistair Brownlee leads nearly wire to wire while reigning Ironman world champ Chris McCormack drops out.
Chris McCormack's return to the ITU and a strong contingent of racers should make this weekend's Kitzbühel race one for the ages.
Inside Triathlon magazine announces its picks for the 15 greatest male triathletes of all times.
Simon Whitfield and Paula Findlay turned in impressive victories in Canada.