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Frodeno, Ryf rule 70.3 Worlds new

Jan Frodeno rode and ran away from the competition to capture the 2015 Ironman 70.3 World Championships. Daniela Ryf dominated the women's race.

The Weekend Box Aug 30 2015 new

While Frodeno and Ryf created fireworks in Austria, the Weekend Box brings Challenge action in Canada, an XTERRA battle in England, and a fine 48-year-old in France.

Ironman sold to Dalian Wanda new

Chinese giant Dalian Wanda has purchased the Ironman Corporation. What was the size and scope of the deal? Who in China will oversee Ironman? What will change in current management and operations?

Gomez wins WTS Stockholm

Javier Gomez won his second race of the 2015 World Triathlon Series and solidified his hold on the WTS points lead with a comfortable margin of victory over Portugal’s Joao Pereira at Stockholm.

The Weekend Box Aug 23 2015

In addition to standalone race coverage in Sweden, The Weekend Box offers Ironman races in Japan and Denmark, a Challenge half in Austria, and 70.3s in Hungary and Indonesia.

True takes WTS Stockholm

Sarah True ran away from Andrea Hewitt with 3 kilometers to go to win her second straight Stockholm World Triathlon Series event by 14 seconds over Katie Zaferes.

Competitor dies at Leadville 100

Scott Ellis, 55, of Johnstown, Colorado died near the end of the Leadville Trail 100 mountain bike race. Ellis was taking part in this high altitude classic for the 19th time.

Rapp, Ellis take Mt. Tremblant

Jordan Rapp is back on track with a dominating win at Ironman Mt. Tremblant; Mary Beth Ellis built a big lead on the bike then then hung on for a 50 seconds win over Liz Blatchford.

The Weekend Box Aug 16 2015

We bring you 70.3 duels in New Hampshire, a home country Ironman winner in Sweden, a battle to the line on German trails, and 11,811 feet of climbing in a French long course classic.

Stein, Pedersen win Wiesbaden

Boris Stein of Germany smashed the men's field on the bike and Camilla Pedersen of Denmark ran away from Anja Beranek of Germany to win Ironman 70.3 Wiesbaden.

The Weekend Box Aug 9 2015

We bring you news of age group nationals in Wisconsin, XTERRAs in the Czech Republic and Mexico, 70.3s in Poland, Ireland, and Ecuador, and much more.

Erin Jones and Eric Lagerstrom win USAT Milwaukee Super Sprint

U.S. stars Erin Jones and Eric Lagerstrom won the USA Triathlon Milwaukee Super Sprint Series titles on a cloudy day in Milwaukee.

Javier Gomez prevails in Rio

Javier Gomez outran Vincent Luis to win the Rio Olympic Qualification event, and Richard Murray ran strong from behind to grab the final spot on the podium.

Jorgensen dominates Rio

USA’s Gwen Jorgensen led Brits Non Stanford and Vicky Holland atop Rio Olympic Qualification podium; Sarah True takes 2nd U.S. Olympic qualifying slot.

The Weekend Box Aug 2 2015

On a busy triathletic weekend, we present for your reading pleasure Ironman contests in the Netherlands and the Rockies, and Ironman 70.3s in the Philippines and South Africa.

Hovda, Lie win 2015 Norseman

Allan Hovda defended his Isklar Norseman title and held off Lars Petter Stormo with a time of 9:43:46. Kristin Lie battled Line Foss all day to take the 2015 Norseman women's title.

2015 Norseman swim shortened

After the Friday morning swim, the Norseman crew announced that the swim for tomorrow's race has been shortened to 1.9k because of 10.5 degree water temps.

Pooley, Guilloux take Alpe D'Huez

Emma Pooley and Arnaud Guilloux captured the challenging and absolutely breathtaking 2015 Alpe D'Huez Triathlon. Mary Beth Ellis and James Cunnama were runner-ups.

Rio Swim: On, Off, Back On

The last 2 days have been unsettling for hopefuls awaiting the Rio Test Events on Sunday. The swim was on, then off, now on again. But questions remain.

Is Rio's Water a Lab Experiment?

Three days before the Rio Test Event, the AP wrote of competitors "who have already fallen ill with fevers, vomiting and diarrhea," because of water quality.

Canyon goes Down Under

Every time we feature a Canyon bike, riders outside of Europe want to know how to get one, and now they are available to Australians and Kiwis.

Pros get together and form union

The Professional Triathlon Union was announced today with several famed pro triathletes listed as signatories, although this was not the first effort of its kind.

Pro changes at selected Ironmans

Ironman announced today that selected North American Ironman and Ironman 70.3 races will feature split professional start fields starting in 2016.

When nobody truly wins

In a small race in Southern Germany, the race winner was disqualified for receiving outside assistance, and the declared winner was not happy either.

Aernouts, Riesler take Poznan

Bart Aernouts won the inaugural Enea Challenge Poznan ahead of James Cunnama. Diana Riesler grabbed the women's title over Radka Vodickova.
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