From local race director to USAT's first-ever female CEO, Victoria Brumfield has worked at every level of triathlon. We talked with the trailblazer about what's ahead for the organization and the sport.
Check out our interviews with the overall Olympic-distance age-group U.S. national champions and stunning images from the 2022 event in Milwaukee.
Over 80 sessions across five days. Here were the themes we heard again and again.
Taylor Knibb, Summer Rappaport, Katie Zaferes, Kevin McDowell, and Morgan Pearson spoke about their journeys to making the team as well as their visions for Tokyo.
The final qualification event is just a few days away.
Confused how you qualified in a year with no racing? Here’s how you earned the spot (and how you can still qualify in 2021).
A look at some of the buzz we’ve picked up in the sport over the past seven days.
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As collegiate triathlon works toward official NCAA status, it also represents an opportunity for black triathletes to compete at the elite level and inspire the next generations.
As the world tries to limit the spread and fatality rate of the COVID-19 pandemic, race directors grapple with the possibility of no mass events in 2020.
Thanks to a partnership between USA Triathlon, Challenge Family North America, and the Professional Triathletes Organization, professionals will have a big target on their 2020 race calendar.
With just six more schools, triathlon can become an official NCAA varsity sport.
Want to gauge your high schooler's interest in multisport? Check out one unique way USA Triathlon is attracting (and tracking) athletes at the youth level.
It was a disappointing day for many Americans, but Summer Rappaport executed a well-rounded race to earn her first Olympic berth.
What The New York Times got wrong—and right—about our sport.
The most spirited event weekend in all of triathlon just wrapped up, with hundreds of students converging on Tempe, Ariz. to compete in the USA Triathlon Collegiate Club Nationals.
USAT’s new boss reviews his first year in office and gives insight into what lies ahead.
Hampton University will be the first historically black university to add a women’s varsity triathlon program. Here’s why that’s important.
A look inside the USAT juggernaut to make tri a real NCAA sport—with all the scholarship opportunities and bookstore sweatshirts that come with it.
Sponsorship makes up 20 percent of USA Triathlon’s operating budget. And like all U.S. national sports governing bodies, they’ll that money from wherever they can.
Only five years into her tri career, Audrey Ernst has worked her way from tri newbie to USA Triathlon’s high school national champion.
USA Triathlon is focused on growing the youth demographic in 2017 and beyond using a multi-pronged approach that USAT CEO Rob Urbach laid out in January.
After years of explosive growth, triathlon participation is hitting a plateau.
An attempt from USA Triathlon’s Board of Directors to gain further power, or an introduction of necessary updates to an antiquated system?
Jorgensen is one of five female nominees.
Joe Maloy, Ben Kanute and Greg Billington on bike packs, pacing, and chasing the Brownlees.
Nearly 900 young triathletes ages 7-19 will return to West Chester, Ohio for the USA Triathlon Youth & Junior National Championships.
USA Triathlon today confirmed the four events that will be contested as part of the 2016 women's collegiate triathlon season.
The event will held on Nov. 5-6 in New Orleans.
USA Triathlon today named Katie Zaferes as the sixth and final member of the 2016 U.S. Olympic Triathlon Team.
Joe Maloy, Greg Billington and Ben Kanute will make up the men's U.S. Olympic team.
It was a busy weekend of racing in Clemson, S.C.
Clemson, S.C. will host the largest-ever field of collegiate triathletes across the United States this weekend.
The 2016 season got underway for U.S. paratriathletes on Sunday at the Sarasota CAMTRI Paratriathlon American Championships.
USA Triathlon Level II and Youth & Junior Certified Coach Ken Axford was recognized today as the 2015 Developmental Coach of the Year.
USA Triathlon today announced 13 professional athletes who have earned Elite Triathlete of the Year accolades for 2015.
Taylor Knibb and Austin Hindman have been announced as the 2015 USA Triathlon Junior Elite Triathletes of the Year.
Two USA Triathlon series will again feature beginner-focused events in cities across the United States.
Minnesota age-group athletes Jan Guenther and Joel LaFrance raced their way to national titles on Sunday.
Elite triathletes will vie to qualify for the U.S. Olympic Team on May 15 at ITU World Triathlon Yokohama.
The USA Triathlon Foundation will distribute up to $95,000 in grant funding for individuals, clubs, teams and organizations in 2016.
Siri Lindley, Ken Glah, Harriet Anderson and Roger Brockenbrough will be honored on Jan. 16 at Cheyenne Mountain Resort in Colorado Springs.
Triathletes Gwen Jorgensen and Hailey Danisewicz are 2014-15 finalists for Team USA Awards.
Rio bound Sarah True reflects on her season and shares her secret for success and longevity in triathlon at any level.
Approximately 4,300 athletes crossed the finish line in two days of competition in Milwaukee, Wisc.
Erin Jones and Eric Lagerstrom raced to top finishes at the 2015 Super Sprint Series event.
More than 30 elite and junior elite triathletes will compete in a draft-legal USA Triathlon Super Sprint Series event in Milwaukee on Aug. 8.
Former Massachusetts U.S. Senator Scott Brown has joined the USA Triathlon Foundation's Board of Directors.
USA Triathlon Age Group Nationals in Milwaukee has been one of the largest triathlons in the country for the past two years.
Americans Gwen Jorgensen and Sarah True qualified for the U.S. Olympic team Sunday by finishing 1st and 4th, respectively.
Th event will take place on July 26 in Long Beach, Calif.
Gwen Jorgensen (world ranked No. 1), Katie Zaferes (No. 2) and Sarah True (No. 4) lead the charge for 10 Americans on the start list.
Six U.S. triathletes are set to compete on July 11-12 in pursuit of National Federation quota spots for the Olympics.
The 2015 Rio de Janeiro ITU World Olympic Qualification Event is set for Aug. 2, and at least 12 Americans are expected to toe the line.
The University of Colorado Buffaloes swam, biked and ran to their sixth consecutive overall team title.
Rotich has been coached by Ryan Bolton, a former Olympic triathlete and Ironman champion, for the past six years in Santa Fe, N.M.