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Up close with Eric Hinman new

Eric Hinman is the fast age grouper who inspired Dave Mirra to pick up the sport, but he is actually fairly new to the sport himself. We checked in with him to learn more.

Sitting down with Lisa Ribes

Lisa Ribes Roberts has been accepted into the Timex squad this year and quickly rewarded that trust with a fine runner-up spot at Ironman Los Cabos.

Watch out for Lionel Sanders

Lionel Sanders is a talented young Canadian who has already impressed many with a superb win in Muskoka, but at 70.3 Texas his dreams were deflated.

Dave Mirra impresses again

Most folks know Dave Mirra because of his BMX Freestyle exploits and his Rallycross skills, but now Mirra is focused on triathlon, doing well and loving it.

Firing on all cylinders now

Heather Wurtele had a superb win at Ironman 70.3 California at Oceanside, and also took the title at 70.3 Monterrey. Look out for this tall Canadian in Mont Tremblant.

Is this man the heir apparent?

At the 2014 Ironman Asia-Pacific championships Paul Matthews was second in 8:02:14, and under the guidance of Craig Alexander we expect to see more from this Aussie.

Leanda Cave at Ground Zero

After winning the 2012 Ironman 70.3 and Ironman world championships double, Leanda Cave had a frustrating 2013 marred by injuries. After switching coaches, she is hunting gold again.

Not the usual triathlete

Caroline Gaynor has everything she needs to be a popular age group triathlete: looks, smarts, talent, vigor. But instead of being the belle of the ball she subordinates her ambitions to lift up ...

The return of Ellie Salthouse

21-year old Aussie Ellie Salthouse walked away from the sport after she had lost the passion but she is now back under the watchful eyes of Siri Lindley and we should expect to see much from this ...

Wenke Kujala's new life

German Pro Wenke Kujala recently had her second baby and will now focus more on being a mom and her career as the Erdinger team manager. She still wants to race some but not as a professional ...

Steffen goes with McCormack

After Brett Sutton resigned as the head coach at Team TBB, Ironman star Caroline Steffen found herself looking for a new coach. Steffen chose a rookie coach – multiple world champion Chris McCormack.

The education of a coach

An interview with Siri Lindley, who emerged from insecurity and a failed Olympic dream to become an ITU World Champion and then to become one of the great coaches of triathlon.

Row, row, row across ....

Fat Chance Row is a project of Sami Inkinen who instead of getting ready for another Ironman Hawaii will row with his wife Meredith from California to Hawaii.

The Estonian power express

Marko Albert captured his first Ironman title at the 30th edition of Ironman New Zealand and we talked to this fast Estonian about the race and naked bungee jumping.

Magali accentuates the positive

Magali Tisseyre broke out of the gate fast with Ironman 70.3 World Championship podiums in her first two years as a professional; now, with 11 wins in 70.3 races, she is primed to rise above an ...

The Ultraman Florida champs

Chuck Kemeny of Tallahassee, Florida set the fastest ever Ultraman finish time at the inaugural Ultraman Florida; Julie Shelley of Sydney, Australia set the 6th fastest women’s time in her first ...

A few words with Ben Kanute

Ben Kanute is finishing his degree at the University of Arizona and getting ready for another season representing the USA in ITU events around the world. We checked in with this Geneva, Illinois ...

The focused Charlotte McShane

Charlotte McShane was born in Scotland but now represents Australia, and she has indeed represented that country well. In 2013 at the ITU Grand Finals in London she captured the U23 title ahead of ...

Richie Cunningham - as he sees it

Aussie Richie Cunningham is a great catch for the Timex team but it appears the feeling is mutual. Cunningham had a rough 2013 season with a road rage encounter, an injury and a sponsor circus act ...

Good times with Cameron Brown

Cameron Brown is once again focused on Ironman New Zealand and this soft spoken Kiwi has virtually owned this race and taken the title there on 10 occasions. We had a few words with this great ...

Taking flight with Larisa Marsh

Kiwi Larisa Marsh is a speedy age grouper and an engineer in the aerospace industry. She is currently getting ready for the 30th edition of Ironman New Zealand and we had a chat with her about ...

A chat with The Real Starky

The Real Starky on Twitter is not Pro triathlete Andrew Starykowicz but an entertaining parody account that has made fun of a variety of folks including Slowtwitch, and we wanted to know more about ...

Corinne Abraham returns

Corinne Abraham was knocked out of last year's Kona pursuit with a broken sacrum and she is finally back on track to build up her fitness as apart of Team Uplace-BMC.

The new life of Jonnyo

Jonathan Caron who is also known as Jonnyo has been missed in the racing scene but he has was busy with getting married, becoming a father and climbing in the Himalayas.

That busy Aussie Pro John Polson

John Polson finished second at the recent Challenge Melbourne race, but this talented Aussie Pro has a few other professional commitments including but not limited to R&D work for his sponsor Scody.
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