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Cupcakes with The Don new

The entertaining Cupcakes with Callum Millward interview series features a chat with Tim Don this week. Plus as the name suggests, there are cupcakes too.

Callum Millward and cupcakes new

Cupcakes is not the name of Callum Millward's dog, but rather a funny interview series. Enjoy his chat and cupcake eating effort with Liz Blatchford.

Ivan Raña is a three-tool Ironman

Raña took a significant step with his third-fastest ever Ironman-distance winning time at Austria – even more important was his fast Ironman bike split that answered questions about his chances at ...

The brand new Shane Niemeyer

Shane Niemeyer was a regular customer in prisons, addicted to drugs and suicidal - but triathlon has turned the life of this man around completely.

Breakfast with Bob in Roth

The legendary Bob Babbitt hosts his daily Breakfast shows from Challenge Roth again, but he is no longer part of Competitor Group. He is the man of Babbitville.

The Don takes the long road

Tim Don has had some of the greatest days in Olympic distance triathlon – including wins at 2006 ITU Worlds and the 2010 Hy-Vee Elite Cup; now he’s making a splash in 70.3s.

Aussie Tim Reed is flying high

Tim Reed won Ironman 70.3 Buffalo Springs Lake this year and he is now headed to race 70.3 Vineman. He chatted with us about these events and more.

Gwen: How far can she go?

America's Gwen Jorgensen may be the best Olympic Distance runner ever in triathlon, gender-normalized. How far will her talent take her?

Liz Lyles - inspired at Frankfurt

Liz Lyles turned pro two years ago and now, at age 36, the mother of two has two sub-9 hour Ironman finishes including a breakthrough second place at Ironman Frankfurt.

A few words with Alex Taubert

German Pro Alex Taubert last raced in Kona in 2006 and we talked to him about his health, new role, racing IM Frankfurt again, doping and much more.

In his father’s footsteps

Rodolphe Von Berg shares his father’s passion for triathlon, and hopes to surpass his own early success and enter the world of top level ITU and Ironman racing.

Sam Gyde made his point

When he was called up on stage at the Ironman European Championships awards, Sam Gyde sported a Dopers Suck shirt to protest age group winner Antonio Colom.

The fleet footed Josh Terwoord

If you looked up the results of Ironman 70.3 Buffalo Springs Lake you likely noticed Josh Terwoord's name, because he is the one who had the fastest run split.

Joe Gambles is all in for 2014

After finally cracking the podium at the Ironman 70.3 World Championship last year, multiple 70.3 winner Joe Gambles is aiming at a win at Mt. Tremblant 70.3 Worlds and top threes at Roth and Kona.

Up close with the Chatt Tri Club

Chattanooga, TN will host an Ironman event this fall and we checked in with the Chattanooga Triathlon Club to see what is going on with this Scenic City team.

A few words with Trent Chapman

Trent Chapman raced all over the world in the late 90s with folks like Crowie and Greg Bennett. Chapman now works in marketing for Jim Beam and has fun with triathlon.

A blind sommelier - and triathlete

While battling a degenerative eye disease that leaves her legally blind, Amy Dixon became a wine expert, continued her passion for equestrian for a time, and now is a triathlete aiming at the 2016 ...

The exciting life on the road

Matt Sharpe is on the Canadian development team and is currently in a training camp in Vitoria Gasteiz in Northern Spain with fellow Canadians and the Wollongong Wizards.

XTERRA prodigy goes pro

Weeks after turning 18, this Mexico City talent was first overall amateur at XTERRA Worlds; he's making pro podiums this year and coach Lesley Paterson predicts Mauricio Mendez will soon be XTERRA ...

Up close with Josh Wise

A few days back we spent a day with NASCAR Sprint Cup driver Josh Wise and today we share a chat we had with this fast and passionate age group triathlete.

Xiao Wang - One Shot At Kona

Last summer Xiao Wang started a One Shot At Kona thread in our forum and he was mocked and encouraged, and at the recent Ironman Texas he used that single bullet.

It was a bittersweet victory

Canadian Pro Sara Gross finally captured her first Ironman title in Brazil, but what should have been a happy memory turned out to be bittersweet indeed.

Back from the brink

Kevin McDowell’s roller coaster life includes bronze at 2010 ITU Junior Worlds, Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, a long recovery, then silver at the Chengdu World Cup.

Running man Matt Hanson

Matt Hanson finished 6th at Ironman Texas despite 2 flat tires during the bike segment. But a 2:41:38 run helped this former wrestler and relatively new Pro.

Up close with Clint Kimmins

Aussie age grouper Clint Kimmins is well known for his surfing prowess, but he is all about triathlon now and stamped his ticket to Kona at Ironman Melbourne.
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