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Ohio has a new 70.3
The IronCowboy's goal was 50 Ironmans in 50 states. The Ironman Corp is catching up, with a full or a half in roughly half of all U.S. states. 10.05.15
2015 Kona Preview - Men
Will there be another German Kona triumph? Or will a member of the Spanish or the Belgian commandos prevail? What about a North American man? 10.05.15
Breakfast with Bob - Kona day 1
Bob Babbit is already in Hawaii and started his annual Breakfast with Bob interviews. Here now are his chats with Sebastian Kienle, Rachel Joyce and Ben Hoffman. 10.05.15
Ueda, Murray tops at Cozumel
Ai Ueda of Japan won her second ITU World Cup in Mexico, and Richard Murray of South Africa won his 4th consecutive ITU podium with a win at Cozumel. 10.04.15
In Texas with Nils Frommhold
2015 Challenge Roth champion Nils Frommhold trained in The Woodlands, Texas to get ready for the 2015 GoPro Ironman World Championships. Enjoy the pics. 10.04.15
Plese, Van Vlerken win Barcelona
David Plese ran a race-best 2:43:38 to edge Antonin Blokhin and Yvonne Van Vlerken led four women who broke the 9-hour barrier to win Ironman Barcelona. 10.04.15
Reid, Goss win Silverman 70.3
Taylor Reid of Canada overcame a 5:56 bike deficit with a 1:16:11 run and Lauren Goss of the U.S. erased her 4:00 bike deficit with a 1:23:02 run to win Silverman 70.3. 10.04.15
Who is Tim Van Berkel? Part 2
Experience part two of the "Who is Tim Van Berkel?" trilogy, documenting a Boulder Brick again captured beautifully by Glen Murray of Korupt Vision. 10.03.15
2015 Kona Preview - Women
Odds are this race will be a showdown between Mirinda Carfrae and Daniela Ryf but Madame Pele may have a wild card up her sleeve, opening up the women’s win to the rest of a very strong field. 10.02.15
The Beijing life of Eric Lagerstrom
Eric Lagerstrom recently won the Beijing International Triathlon and shot a detailed video of his trip to China. Magali Tisseyre is also featured prominently. 10.02.15
Ironman Maryland postponed
Race officials postponed this weekend's IM Maryland due to projected severe weather impact from Hurricane Joaquin. Event tentatively rescheduled for October 17. 9.30.15
A new IM Switzerland run course
The 2016 Ironman Switzerland will get a new run course in downtown Zürich that promises to be more scenic, more exciting, and most importantly, faster. 9.30.15
After 8 hours, a 2 seconds margin
Last weekend Matt Chrabot engaged in one of the closest duels in Ironman history. He lost by an official 2 seconds to Kirill Kotsegarov at Ironman Chattanooga. 9.30.15
Lucy Charles is on a mission
Lucy Charles grabbed the 18-24 title at the 70.3 Worlds with a fine effort all around, but now she has her sights set on the Kona title and the swim record. 9.29.15
The 2015 Loch Gu Loch SwimRun
The inaugural Loch Gu Loch SwimRun took place last weekend near the famed Loch Ness in Scotland, and we have some truly stunning images. 9.29.15
70.3 Worlds move to Chattanooga
Ironman announced today that the 2017 Ironman 70.3 Worlds will take place in Chattanooga, TN after 3 years of traveling around the globe, and with a new format. 9.29.15
Up close with Brandon Marsh
In 2014 Brandon Marsh learned that his wife Amy had been diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia. We checked in to see how Amy is doing, and how he is holding up. 9.28.15
2015 Ironman Mallorca images
The 2015 Ironman Mallorca was won by Timo Bracht and Daniela Sämmler, and here are images from this long course race on that popular island. 9.27.15
An Ironman finish for the ages
Kirill Kotsegarov edged Matt Chrabot in a pulse-pounding, finish line sprint, and Carrie Lester of Australia won the women’s title by 12:46, at Ironman Chattanooga. 9.27.15
Duffy, Ruzafa win Cross Worlds
Flora Duffy led wire-to-wire, and Ruben Ruzafa’s race-best mountain bike leg edged Francisco Serrano’s better swim and run to prevail at ITU Cross Triathlon Worlds. 9.26.15

A Koster SwimRun report
The SwimRun season ended with 7km of swimming and 16km of running on the Koster Islands in Sweden, and here is a visual report from that race with no less than 26 transitions. 10.06.15
Slowtwitch Circulation Drive
We're going to stop your circulation when you see all the stuff we're giving away to those who sign up to receive our weekly newsletter. 10.05.15
Magnolia Swim Camp
Here is an inside look at how a group of professional triathletes prepare in Texas under the guidance of Tim Floyd to up their game in the swim. 10.05.15
The super light 2016 Fuji SL
Fuji introduced a new super light road bike in mid-August and we took a look at this 10.91 pound SL 1.1 machine with SRAM, Reynolds, and EE components. 10.01.15
Lynskey returns with a tri bike
Lynskey Performance is known for skilled crafting in titanium, and they showed up at Interbike with a titanium late stage prototype tri bike. 9.30.15
When the shoe simply does not fit
Diana Riesler has unique feet and that makes getting correct cycling shoes a tricky enterprise, but a long trial and error process brought her to the right path. 9.28.15
An Orca SwimRun wetsuit review
Orca has a storied history in triathlon and now they also want to be known in the SwimRun world. Our Markus Rössel reviewed the Orca SwimRun offering. 9.25.15
What Happened at Weihai?
A case can be made that Julie Miller’s WC Weihai win was righteous, but for those who want to draw that conclusion contrary data and testimony stand in the way. 9.24.15
New triathlon products from XLAB
At the 2015 Interbike trade show in Las Vegas we noticed various new triathlon products in the XLAB booth, and here is what we found and liked. 9.22.15
106° West Triathlon
Clearly, Europe has out-sceneried North America in triathlon. At least one race just announced is putting up a fight. 9.21.15
Saddle models renamed at ISM
Last year ISM introduced a new saddle that did not have the Adamo label but instead featured the PN1.1 name, and this year all saddles follow that path. 9.21.15
New ti frames from Litespeed
Although carbon is the dominant frame choice these days, titanium is still a coveted material and Litespeed showed a few new offerings at Interbike. 9.15.15
Wahoo launches ELEMNT
Wahoo is proud of this new powerful yet simple GPS bike computer they call ELEMNT. It is on display at the Interbike show in Las Vegas and we took a closer look. 9.15.15
Single-arm power from Pioneer
Pioneer showed 2 new single-arm power meter models at Interbike. They have actually been around for a while now, but were previously only offered as a pair. 9.15.15
The new Shimano TR9 tri shoe
Shimano has launched a new triathlon cycling shoe with the name TR9. Some pros have been testing prototypes, and we checked out the production model at Interbike. 9.14.15
The 2016 Ceepo Viper
Joe Tanaka is very passionate about his Ceepo brand and recently showed updates on several models. We looked closer at the evolved Viper. 9.10.15