A tough illness shifted Lauren Dahlin's life into high gear.
The Swedish-American proves it's never too late to discover a love for triathlon.
Els Visser faced incredible odds when disaster struck, but the incident changed the course of her future.
Carey Cribbs took up triathlon at age 59. At 65, she’s heading to the world stage.
Two weeks of digging through rubble has resulted in health issues—but that’s not slowing this athlete down.
Power and determination make this triathlete a fierce competitor.
"There's this misconception that being disabled means you are a lesser athlete. I'd like to change that." - Erich Manser
From drug binges to Ironman veteran, Todd Crandell now uses the sport to helps others.
Nick Meyer had all but given up on his athletic dreams until he found triathlon.
Triathlon has shown Minda Dentler that she can help others change their perceptions of what's possible.
Caitlin Martin will race Ironman Arizona to honor her family's journey through addiction.
The ex-pro-turned-triathlete says endurance sport has taken him to limits and places he’s never felt before.
In May 2018, while out training for the Ironman qualifier race in her hometown of Boulder, Colo., 47-year-old Triny Willerton was struck by a pickup truck—now she's competing in Kona.
A bike accident left him paralyzed from the waist down, but Glenn Hartrick found a way to make his Kona dream come true.
This triathlete used a traumatic experience to transform her life.
For Marcus Cook, a weight loss challenge led to a lifelong friendship rooted in tri.
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A freight truck nearly killed her. Then she set her sights on racing.
For this family man, triathlon is a way to be a better father.