Australia's Brad Kahlefeldt opened up the 2011 ITU World Cup season with a victory in Mooloolaba. The fast pace of the day and the difficult course and conditions took their toll on the 72 men who finished the race.
It was a dramatic day in Oceanside, Calif. as both the pro men's and women's race came down to the late miles of the run. In the end, Andy Potts and Mirinda Carfrae earned their third titles in So Cal thanks to speedy performances down the finish line chute.
Look back on last year's professional and age-group Oceanside races with this photo gallery.
New Zealand's Nicky Samuels used a lead off of the bike to outpace race favorite Emma Moffatt and take her first ITU World Cup victory. See images of the fast-paced race in this photo gallery.
A local said this week, “There may be big buildings and water, but it’s still a desert.” That desert now hosts posh modern amenities such as a F1 racetrack and an ever-expanding modern city, in addition to one of the world’s most competitive triathlons. Here are some breathtaking scenes from Abu Dhabi.
Can't get enough of the Abu Dhabi International Triathlon? Check out our second of three photo galleries.
The hot and windy conditions of the 2011 Abu Dhabi International Triathlon meant that just finishing the 3km swim, 200km bike and 20km run was an accomplishment.
Triathlete magazine senior editor Aaron Hersh tested 9 different value-oriented bikes for the November issue. These three carbon triathlon bikes—Felt B14, Orbea Ordu SLT, Cervelo P2—were put through the paces.
A group made up of world-class challenged athletes, professional triathletes, celebrities and other athletes gathered in La Jolla, Calif. for the Challenged Athletes Foundation San Diego Triathlon Challenge. The inspiring event has raised over $24 million over the past 17 years.
It's the professionals who gain much of the attention at the Ironman World Championship, but it is the 1800 age group participants that give the event its personality.
As the Ironman World Championship grows closer and closer, the buzz and sheer number of people are growing at an exponential rate in Kona. See photos of pros and age groupers training in the town and enjoying the last few moments of calm before the race takes over the town.
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