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3-day super sprints rekindle Cam Dye’s career

: When the big money LifeTime Fitness pro series ceased in 2015, 3-time champ Cameron Dye considered retirement; Island House and Super League have reignited his career.

The multi-talented Jordan Bryden

: Jordan Bryden is a professional triathlete from Canada who finished 3rd at Challenge Penticton in 2016 behind Jeff Symonds and Drew Scott. He is also a gifted graphic designer and passionate ...

Challenging nature on a 1000 mile adventure

: Peter Ripmaster will soon return to Alaska to attempt another Iditarod Trail Invitational 1000. In 2016 he narrowly escaped death when he fell through the ice during that 1000 mile running race.

Felt Braintrust Weighs in on Acquisition

: Rossignol’s owns Time Sport but by acquiring Felt the French ski company has a summer sport brand that can scale. Will Felt remain a tri staple?

The Circuitous Route to the Ideal Sport: Sika Henry

: On her fifth try (swimmer, high jumper, long sprinter, pure runner, then triathlete) Sika Henry finally found the sport made for her.

Lance Armstrong Interview at TBI

: It's 20 minutes on his podcasts, 20 minutes on WEDU, 20 minutes of audience questions, and a pretty transparent final 6 minutes.

Kate Bevilaqua’s Ultraman dream

: With fiance Guy Crawford on her crew, Australian pro Kate Bevilaqua kept her promise to herself with a win in the sixth-fastest Ultraman World Championship women’s time.

Never too late

: Ruth Brennan Morrey was a soccer and marathon talent who took 10 years off sports before starting triathlon six years ago; at 41, this mother of three is just hitting her stride.

A chat with Samantha Mazer

: Team Timex athlete Samantha Mazer was the top female at IRONMAN Los Cabos in late October, but there is much more to this fast and smart athlete.

With a broken wing and a great attitude

: A day before leaving for Kona BJ Christenson fractured a scapula, but that did not stop him, it merely altered his race plan. And apparently the race view is different at the back of the bus.

Flora Duffy’s path to glory

: Two years ago, Flora Duffy was hoping for her first World Triathlon Series podium; today she is the WTS World Champion, Grand Final winner and a 3-time XTERRA World champ.

Tim Stutzer is riding into the sunset

: German age group triathlete and Team Timex member Tim Stutzer has been doing triathlons forever, but knee issues are forcing him now to ride into the sunset. But maybe the timing is just right for ...

Chia Chia chases her dream

: Chia Chia Chang is a 21-year-old Taiwanese triathlete starting to compete in international events who finished 5th against top triathletes at Ironman 70.3 Hefei.

Up close with pro mechanic Jeff Yingling

: We noticed Jeff Yingling wrenching passionately all day and night in the CeramicSpeed booth at the IRONMAN World Championships in Kona and here is our chat with him.

A Kona podium for American Heather Jackson

: Heather Jackson finished third at the IRONMAN World Championships in Kona and thus became the first female American since 2006 to grab a podium spot at this coveted event.

Faster than before is sometimes still not good enough

: American Timothy O'Donnell finished 3rd in Kona in 2015 with a 8:18:50, and 5th in 2013 with a 8:22:25, but a 8:16:20 in 2016 meant 6th place.

A chat with Tim Reed post Kona 2016

: Aussie Tim Reed had a superb 2016 season highlighted by a win at the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championships in Australia. Reed then went on to Kona where unfortunately the wheels came off.

Gwen's Bike Racer Husband on WTS Cycling

: Patrick Lemieux ditched a young and promising career as a professional cyclist to support is wife, Gwen Jorgensen. Here's his view on the state of WTS cycling.

The fabulous day of Patrick Lange

: Patrick Lange stormed to a third place finish during his first attempt at the IRONMAN World Championships in Kona, but we can likely expect more fabulous days.

Frodeno's rare Kona double

: After becoming the first man to win Olympic gold and the Ironman World Championship, Jan Frodeno discovered that a Kona repeat is tougher still.

Ryf is ready to rumble

: With top rival Mirinda Carfrae in full health and at top speed, Daniela Ryf is fully recovered from over-racing exhaustion and ready for a duel for the ages.

Rinny is ready for Kona

: Mirinda Carfrae discusses her disappointing DNF last year, her search for a 4th Kona victory and an anticipated showdown with defending champ Daniela Ryf.

It is on for Peter Oom

: Peter Oom is a Swedish athlete who recently partnered up with Faris Al-Sultan at the 2016 ÖtillÖ World Championships, but there is much more to know about him.

When you stumble, you get up again

: American Liz Baker was in a battle for the bronze medal spot at the Paralympics PT5 triathlon event in Rio when she stumbled and fell.

What she was thinking

: Despite a broken hand in March, no 2016 WTS race finishes, and long odds against taking down Gwen Jorgensen, Nicola Spirig made Rio a duel to remember.

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