Experts analyze the key elements of James Lawrence’s ambitious attempt.
When dating a fellow triathlete, it pays to play by the rules.
Falling in love with a triathlete isn’t all about bike rides and six-pack abs, writes Susan Lacke.
In her latest Triathlete Love column, Susan Lacke recalls how she faced her fears and fell in love.
A little remorse goes a long way, writes Susan Lacke.
As Susan Lacke discovered, romantic gestures in a two-triathlete relationship are far from conventional.
Susan Lacke learns the true story behind her partner’s heroic response to a bike crash—and redefines her definition of romance.
Though most people aren’t looking for love in the transition area, some triathletes have found romance amidst the swim, bike and run.
A busy race schedule in Susan Lacke’s two-triathlete household calls for divine intervention.
We chat with the 46-time Ironman competitor to learn about the highs and lows of 2012 and what she expects from Sunday's Ironman Arizona.
This weekend, five months after being diagnosed with testicular cancer, Derek Garcia will race Leadman Tri Life Time Epic 250 in Bend, Ore.
Luke Bell’s 39:08 swim has been declared the “fastest-ever” swim at an Ironman event – but should it have an asterisk?
These conversations may seem flippant at first, but they’re necessary to keep a happy two-triathlete household.
3. Please limit yourself to no more than two electronic devices when you work out.
Susan Lacke bridges the communication gap between endurance athletes and everybody else.