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Defending champ, record holder
Mirinda Carfrae has finished 2nd, 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 1st in her first five tries at Kona – and broke Chrissie Wellington’s course record and the women's marathon record last year. 10.01.14
The 2014 Isklar Norseman video
Every year we impatiently await the newest Norseman Extreme Triathlon video and the long wait is now over. Enjoy this stunning video from the unique event. 10.01.14
Ironman Chattanooga bike count
Around 2,700 starters participated in the inaugural Little Debbie Ironman Chattanooga and here is a bike count of the bikes that entered transition. 9.30.14
Kyle Hummel's dangerous path
At Ironman 70.3 Mont Tremblant Kyle Hummel won the M30-34 age group with a 4:08:00 effort but it has not been a smooth path for this San Diego resident. 9.29.14
Ironman Chattanooga images
The inaugural Little Debbie Ironman Chattanooga is in the books and it appeared to be a great success. Here now is a selection of images from the 2014 race. 9.29.14
The Weekend Box Sep 28 2014
The Weekend Box brings you stirring accounts of a World Cup in Turkey, a blazing hot Ironman in Malaysia, a half Ironman near the famed Masters golf course, and happy engaged triathletes. 9.28.14
Hanson, Naeth take Chattanooga
Matt Hanson's 2:47:40 run allowed him to win Little Debbie Ironman Chattanooga. Angela Naeth's race best 4:50:03 bike split helped her to the the women's title. 9.28.14
Ironman Chattanooga Check-In
Virtually all athletes registered for the Little Debbie Ironman Chattanooga have checked their bikes in at Ross's Landing and we were there to capture impressions. 9.27.14
Don, Mullan top Ironman Mallorca
Tim Don followed up his bronze at the Ironman 70.3 World Championship with a victory in his first Ironman attempt and Eimear Mullan ran down Dede Griesbauer at 34km to win the elite titles at Ironman Mallorca 9.27.14
Ironman Chattanooga Pre Race
The inaugural Ironman Chattanooga is almost upon us and around 2700 athletes will embark on this journey. Here are some images from before the race. 9.26.14
The 40th Anniversary Triathlon
Exactly 40 years since the San Diego Track Club put on the first triathlon in Mission Bay, some originals and moderns gathered at Fiesta Island to celebrate the birth of the sport. 9.26.14
Top Ironman Hawaii Finishers Archive
With the 2014 Ironman World Championships almost upon us we look back at the Top Ironman Hawaii Finishers Archive with the top overall finishers dating all the way back to 1978. 9.24.14
We Noticed: Diamondback ...
With Kona coming closer we got a first look at the new Diamondback TT bike, plus the Lupine Rotlicht, a flying dog and a forward thinking mayor. 9.23.14
On smartwatches & power meters
We had a few words with Ray Maker of the dcrainmaker fame about the new Apple smartwatch, power meter technology and the newest trends in power meters. 9.22.14
Billard, Pedersen win LD Worlds
Bertrand Billard of France defended his title and Camilla Pedersen of Denmark continued her remarkable recovery from a bike crash coma last year to win the elite titles at the ITU Long Distance Worlds in China 9.21.14
Zyemtsev, Jackson take Princeton
Viktor Zyemtsev won Ironman 70.3 Princeton in a sprint finish over Jesse Thomas. Heather Jackson was first into T2 and pulled away from there to take the women's title. 9.21.14
IM Lake Tahoe races cancelled
The King Fire had been looming nearby and with unfortunate wind changes the call was made this morning to cancel both Ironman and 70.3 Lake Tahoe today. 9.21.14
The Weekend Box Sep 21 2014
The Weekend Box presents races in Lanzarote and Cozumel among other venues, a Maxim Hot triathlete, and a sad incident at the Maui Marathon. 9.21.14
Ruzafa, Duffy win XTERRA USA
Ruben Ruzafa of Spain edged Josiah Middaugh by less than a minute and Flora Duffy dominated the women's field at the XTERRA USA Championship in Ogden, Utah 9.20.14
A quirky chat with Tim Don
Our Timothy Carlson did his best James Lipton impression as he interviewed Tim Don this summer about life in general, being a Don and much more. 9.19.14


A Garmin 920XT first look
Garmin announced the release of the Garmin 920XT today and here is the first look at that multi sport watch that records detailed metrics for swimming, biking and running. 10.01.14
Daniel Bretscher's Trek SC
Indiana resident Daniel Bretscher won Ironman Wisconsin and finished second at Ironman Chattanooga and we looked closer at his Team Timex Trek Speed Concept. 10.01.14
Julien Timmerman's Pearson
French age grouper Julien Timmerman recently finished this custom painted Pearson Z1 with passion, help from friends and carefully selected components. 9.25.14
A Culprit Croz Blade review
Manufacturer Joshua Colp is an American based out of Taiwan and he provided us with his aero road bike, Croz Blade, to log some training and racing miles. 9.24.14
When decisions aren't popular
Early on Sunday Ironman announced the cancellation of Ironman Lake Tahoe and 70.3 Tahoe, and while it was not a popular decision for some, it was the right call. 9.22.14
Tim Johnson's Cannondale SuperX
American Tim Johnson will be in action in Madison, Wisconsin this weekend aboard his SRAM and Zipp equipped Cannondale SuperX race bike. 9.19.14
2015 BMC GranFondo GF02
Many eyes are on Grenchen, Switzerland today and we thus thought to show the 2015 BMC GranFondo GF02 from the Grenchen based brand. 9.18.14
The Trek Boone 9 of Sven Nys
Belgian cyclocross superstar Sven Nys captured another win at the 2014 CrossVegas and we took a closer look at his Shimano equipped Trek Boone 9. 9.16.14
Paula Findlay's Specialized Alias
Canadian ITU superstar Paula Findlay raced in the Super Sprint Tri GP in Las Vegas this past week and we took a closer look at her Specialized Alias Pro. 9.15.14
Aaron Royle's Giant TCR
Aussie Aaron Royle won the 2014 Super Sprint Tri Grand Prix in Las Vegas and we managed to look closer at his Shimano equipped Giant TCR race bike. 9.13.14
The nature of the 70.3 Worlds
Callum Millward with the help of broadcaster and naturalist Sir David Attenborough has narrated the Subaru Ironman 70.3 World Championships. 9.12.14
Meet the Bianchi Aquila CV
At the 2014 Interbike show we moved the Bianchi Aquila CV bike to the side to capture detailed pics of this bike that is still considered a prototype. 9.12.14
Speedplay steps to the plate
At the 2014 Interbike show Speedplay impressed folks with many new offerings, including an aero cleat system. But there was even more. 9.10.14
Up close with the Cipollini Nuke
The Cipollini brand introduced the Nuke TT bike with an entertaining video recently, and at Eurobike we were able to look closer at this new TT entry. 9.10.14
Introducing the Giro Empire VR90
Giro saw demand for an MTB version of its popular lace-up Empire shoe and today they introduced the Empire VR90 - high tech meets old school. 9.08.14
Bike Fit software mainstreams
First were bike fit systems. Then were bike fit tools, like motion capture and fit bikes. Finally it's software, including a powerful program launched today that Slowtwitchers can demo. 9.08.14
A look back at the 2014 ÖTILLÖ
Markus Rössel and Fabian Eberhard of German Sparkle Party powered by Brooks & HUUB competed in the 2014 ÖTILLÖ event, and Markus sent us a report. 9.04.14
Giant Propel Advanced Pro 0
At the 2014 Eurobike trade show this bright orange Giant Propel Advanced Pro 0 caught our eye and we dragged it outside to capture detailed images. 9.04.14
Images from the 2014 ÖTILLÖ
65 km of trail running and 10 km of open water swimming with 10-15 degrees Celsius water temps makes up the unique ÖTILLÖ race in Sweden. 9.02.14
Thoughts on science & perception
During a recent forum discussion about bike sizes, stem length and test rides, Josh Poertner of Silca added a few thoughts on science and perception. 9.01.14