Long-time USAT and ITU board member Barry Siff talks to Jesse Du Bey about how Ironman has changed and where it's going.
While athletes are frustrated with a lack of information and options, they might not have legal recourse.
The "Lance effect" is bringing more attention and more money to the sport.
Ironman 70.3 Boise, Ironman 70.3 Kansas and Ironman 70.3 Syracuse will feature greater numbers of age-group qualifying slots.
The change will give Chris McCormack the opportunity to validate his entry to the 2012 Ironman World Championship.
The trial run of the AGR system will take place this season in Europe.
World Triathlon Corporation CEO Andrew Messick shares some exciting news about the changes Ironman is making to the Kona lottery.
Torbjørn Sindballe shares with Triathlete.com on life since Ironman—his new company, his life in Denmark, his thoughts on the Kona Pro Ranking System and his picks for future Ironman champions.
A preview of the women's race field for this Saturday's Ironman World Championship 70.3 event in Clearwater, Fla.
The World Triathlon Corporation (WTC) announced today that it is introducing an athlete membership program, known as "Ironman Access".
American triathlete Kelly Williamson postponed her first ever 70.3 victory by a couple minutes in an effort to help fellow professionals get paid.