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Ironman Announces Testing for Bike Motors new

Updated: Today Ironman announced a partnership with the UCI on testing for illegal motors hidden in bikes. Violators Ironman catches will receive suspensions from Ironman races of an ...

Billard, Deckers win Pays d’Aix new

With the swim canceled due to very cold weather, Bertrand Billard of France and Tine Deckers of Belgium won the bike-run Pays d’Aix 69.1.

Gerdes, Reed take Ironman Oz new

Beth Gerdes of the U.S. and Tim Reed of Australia ran superb marathons to come from way back to win Ironman Australia on a wet day in Port Macquarie.

Alexander, Luxford top Busselton new

Craig Alexander broke away from Mitch Robins with 3km left on the run and set a new course record; Annabel Luxford dominated the women to win Busselton 70.3.

Thomas 6-peats Wildflower new

Jesse Thomas outran race record holder Terenzo Bozzone to extend his long course domination to 6 straight wins and Liz Lyles defended her title at Wildflower.

IM Texas course revealed new

It's not quite 112mi, and it's a turny mother, but if Mike Reilly calls you an Ironman as you stride to the finish, by cracky, you're an Ironman.

Alarza prevails at Cape Town

Fernando Alarza ran away from Jonathan Brownlee to take his first WTS victory while Mario Mola’s victory streak was broken with a 4th place at Cape Town.

Haskins, Dye win St. Anthony’s

Sarah Haskins won her 6th women’s crown and Cameron Dye his 3rd men’s title at the 33rd classic non-drafting St. Anthony’s Triathlon.

Stanford tops Cape Town women

In her first WTS race of the season, 2016 Great Britain Olympian Non Stanford tops Jodie Stimpson and Flora Duffy for the win at Cape Town.

Andi Böcherer and Anja Beranek win Challenge Fuerteventura

Andi Böcherer edged Will Clarke by 26 seconds and Anja Beranek outpaced Emma Bilham by 62 seconds to win Challenge Fuerteventura.

Clevenger, Meehan win Collegiate National Individual titles

Erica Clevenger and Mike Meehan win the individual titles at the USAT Collegiate Club Nationals; Colorado wins 7th straight team title.

Currie, Orchard win XTERRA

New Zealanders Braden Currie and Lizzy Orchard won the XTERRA Asia-Pacific Championship on a windy, cool day in Jervis Bay, Australia.

Ironman Texas is on!

The 2016 Memorial Hermann Ironman Texas is on. It was Harris County to the rescue, which will host most of the 1-lap, 112-mile route for this North American Championship.

Decision time for IMTX

It's down to the wire for Ironman Texas. The old bike course was nixed, new courses are being considered. An imminent decision is expected.

Challenge's New Championship

The Challenge Family announced today a new championship race in Slovakia, to take place on June 3, 2017. THECHAMPIONSHIP, is a to ...

Major Learning Experience

Sometimes it takes a lot of endurance to produce a super sprint race. The Major League Triathlon's first event was a struggle to produce, but it did transact.

Cave, Diemunsch win Cannes

Leanda Cave outswam Alexandra Tondeur and Etienne Diemunsch outran Giulio Molinari to win the middle distance Cannes International Triathlon Sunday on the French Riviera.

Piampiano, Starykowicz win NO

Andrew Starykowicz blitzed the bike leg and Sarah Piampiano handily defended her 2015 title to win Ochsner Ironman 70.3 New Orleans.

Cook wins Chengdu World Cup

Summer Cook of the U.S. surged ahead halfway through the run to take a definitive margin in her first World Cup victory at Chengdu.

Currie, Orchard top XTERRA NZL

Braden Currie survived a jarring crash defending his 2015 title and Lizzie Orchard edged fellow Kiwi Sarah Backler by 27 seconds to win XTERRA New Zealand.

Gonzalez tops men at Chengdu

Rodrigo Gonzalez of Mexico used a bike breakaway to seize the lead and edge Rostyslav Pevtsov of Azerbaijan by 26 seconds to win the Chengdu World Cup.

Don, Tisseyre win South American

Tim Don ran away from Leon Griffin and Magali Tisseyre fought off a charge by Anja Beranek to win the elite titles at the Ironman 70.3 South American Championship in Brazil.

Lehtonen, Hoffman win S. Africa

Kaisa Lehtonen of Finland took charge on the run and Ben Hoffman of the U.S. did the same to win the Ironman African Championship in Nelson Mandela Bay.

Sanders, Haskins win Texas 70.3

Lionel Sanders overcame a 2:11 deficit off the bike with a 2nd-best 1:13:09 run and Sarah Haskins fought off Jeanni Seymour’s charge on the run to win Ironman 70.3 Texas

Heirarchy of Bad Acts

The Canadian age group star whose performances unraveled amid a forensic analysis of her races was the subject today of a long form article in the NY Times.
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