triathlon industry

Images From The Triathlon America Conference

Members of the triathlon industry have gathered at the first annual Triathlon America Conference at the Estancia Hotel & Spa in La Jolla, Calif. to discuss the status and future of the sport, and to have a little fun.


TriRock Opener A Smash Hit

The Competitor Group (CGI), the global leader in endurance sports media and event entertainment, successfully hosted the inaugural TriRock event on Sunday morning, September 12.


Triathlete Magazine Announces Relaunch

Triathlete magazine has announced the relaunch of the publication. The new look will first appear in the November issue of the magazine.

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General Entry For Ironman Western Australia Opens Feb. 1

The 2010 Ironman Western Australia Triathlon, held in the scenic town of Busselton, Western Australia, will take place on Sunday, Dec. 5. Registration for the final Ironman of the year opens Monday, February 1.


IMG And Tri-California Resolve Triathlon Naming Dispute

IMG Worldwide, owner and producer of the long established Escape From Alcatraz Triathlon and Tri-California, owner and producer of the recently announced 2010 “Alcatraz Triathlon” (which now will be called “The San Francisco Triathlon at Alcatraz”) have recently resolved differences arising from the similarity of the names of the two events and the confusion it […]


Industry Update: Inside Advanced Sports’ Purchase of Oval Concepts

Triathlete Magazine senior editor Jay Prasuhn caught up with Advanced Sports Brand Manager Steven Harad to discuss the thoughts behind the purchase, as well as what it means for the Kestrel, Fuji and Oval Concepts brands and their future in the triathlon industry.


Advanced Sports, Inc. Purchases Oval Concepts

Advanced Sports, Inc. announced today that it has purchased the Oval Concepts brand, trademarks and tooling and has entered into a license agreement for its patented JetStream and SCCS technology.


Challenge Series Addresses Rumors Of A Sale

Felix Walchshöfer, CEO of Team Challenge GmbH, the global series of long distance triathlons, today refuted the article published on a German triathlon web site that claimed the Challenge Series had been bought out by owners of the Ironman brand, WTC.