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First-time winners prevail at Kona new

On a hot and brutal day, Jan Frodeno and Daniela Ryf took the victory in this year's Kona classic, and neither was seriously challenged.

Kona kids races and parade new

The formal festivities of Ironman week begin Tuesday with the splash and dash kids races, followed by the parade of nations and the opening of the expo.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Bracht, Sämmler win IM Mallorca

Timo Bracht won his 9th Ironman with a 2:22 advantage over James Cunnama, and Daniela Sämmler outran Emma-Kate Lidbury to win by a 7:01 margin at Ironman Mallorca.

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.

The Weekend Box Sep 20 2015

We bring you 70.3 events on the Canary Islands and in Korea, a tough XTERRA US Championship in Utah, an Olympic distance in Beijing, and much more.

Mola wins GF, Gomez 5th title

Mario Mola posted a race-best 28:59 10k to edge fellow Spaniard Javier Gomez by 4 seconds for the Grand Final win; Gomez wins record 5th ITU World Championship title.

Gwensanity reigns undefeated

Gwen Jorgensen capped off an unprecedented and undefeated domination of the ITU World Triathlon Series with a Grand Final win in Chicago, her 2nd straight ITU World title.

Merle wins Under 23 Women

Audrey Merle edged fellow Frenchwoman Leonie Periault by a fraction of a second at the line to win the Under 23 Women’s title at the ITU World Championship Grand Final in Chicago.

Birtwhistle tops U23 Men

Jacob Birtwhistle of Australia won the ITU World Championship Men’s Under 23 Grand Final today in Chicago; Kevin McDowell took 4th place, the top U.S. finisher.

Manoel Messias wins Junior Men

Brazilian Manoel Messias topped Germany’s Peer Sönksen, in a finish line sprint on a storm-delayed triathlon turned into a duathlon, at the ITU Junior Men’s World Championship.

Top Ironman Hawaii Finishers Archive popular

With the 2015 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.

Raelert, Schmitt win Ruegen 70.3

Michael Raelert won wire-to-wire and Natascha Schmitt held off Yvonne Van Vlerken to take the men’s and women's titles at Ironman 70.3 Ruegen.

The Weekend Box Sep 13 2015

We bring triathlon fans tales of an Ironman debut win by a Wildflower legend, Germans dominating a Dutch classic, and a 42-year-old Olympian prevailing at Pacific Grove.

Timothy Van Berkel, Caroline Steffen win Sunshine Coast 70.3

Timothy Van Berkel ran away from Luke McKenzie and Caroline Steffen did the same to Annabel Luxford to take the pro titles at Ironman 70.3 Sunshine Coast in Australia.

Fast times at the 2015 ÖTILLÖ

New champions were crowned and a course record was smashed at the windy and tough 2015 ÖTILLÖ SwimRun World Championships in Sweden.

Holland tops WTS Edmonton

Vicky Holland rode and ran through a driving rain and hand-numbing cold to a 9-seconds margin to win her second WTS victory of the year at Edmonton.

Pooley, Le Bellec win Zofingen

2008 Olympic cycling medalist Emma Pooley and Gaël Le Bellec repeated their 2014 titles as ITU Long Course Duathlon World Champions at Zofingen.

Richard Murray wins Edmonton

Richard Murray of South Africa edged Javier Gomez on a rainy, cold day in Edmonton, pouring it on in the 5k run with a race-best split of 15:10 and a 4 seconds margin of victory.
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