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Billard, Pedersen win LD Worlds new

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 ...

IM Lake Tahoe races cancelled new

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.

The Weekend Box Sep 21 2014 new

The Weekend Box presents races in Lanzarote and Cozumel among other venues, a Maxim Hot triathlete, and a sad incident at the Maui Marathon.

Zyemtsev, Jackson take Princeton new

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.

Ruzafa, Duffy win XTERRA USA new

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

Jens Voigt breaks 1 hour record new

Jens Voigt managed 51.115 kms tonight in Grenchen, Switzerland to break the UCI 1 hour record with tons of fans from around the world watching on and yelling shut up legs.

Raelert, Van Vlerken win Ruegen

Michael Raelert won his second race in two weeks in dominant form and Yvonne Van Vlerken edged Laura Philipp by 7 seconds at Ironman 70.3 Ruegen which was switched to a duathlon by bad weather.

The Weekend Box Sep 14 2014

We offer accounts of Challenges in the Netherlands and England, an Ironman in Wales, a seaside classic in California and a no-pro 70.3 in Denmark.

Atkinson, Steffen win Mooloolaba

Courtney Atkinson won a finish-line sprint with Dan Wilson and Caroline Steffen used a race-best run to outpace Radka Vodickova to win IM 70.3 Sunshine Coast.

Royle, Burns win big in Las Vegas

Aussie Aaron Royle reigned supreme at the Super Sprint Tri Grand Prix in Las Vegas. In the women's final Chelsea Burns surprised onlookers and likely herself with the win.

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.

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.

Gomez, Ryf shine in Mt Tremblant

Javier Gomez won his 2nd world title in as many weeks and Daniela Ryf topped a great field to win the Ironman 70.3 World Championship in Mont Tremblant.

The Weekend Box Sep 7, 2014

A tough race in Gerardmer, France, an Ironman race in Wisconsin and a 70.3 event in Muskoka, Canada are in this Weekend Box of September 7.

Ironman South Africa steps up

With support from Standard Bank, Ironman South Africa has been elevated to the African continental championships of the World Triathlon Corporation.

We Noticed: GoPro, POC...

This week we noticed a different sort of road rage, the GoPro Fetch, the POC Octal Aero helmet, the annual CrossVegas cyclocross race and more.

Challenge partners with Rev3

Challenge Family and Rev3 announced that starting in 2015, Rev3 races will be part of the Challenge Family triathlon series and branded as Challenge events.

70.3 Worlds Women’s Preview

Can Melissa Hauschildt hold off Heathers Jackson and Wurtele, dark horse Daniela Ryf, unstoppable Meredith Kessler, and the Danish Dynamo, Helle on Wheels Frederiksen?

Alistair wins GF, Gomez the WTS

Alistair Brownlee used a bike breakaway and a run to take the Grand Final win while Javier Gomez took 3rd place to win his record-tying 4th ITU Elite Men’s World Championship at Edmonton

Kemper, Frederiksen win Hy-Vee

Hunter Kemper came back with a 2nd-fastest run to top Ruedi Wild by 18 seconds and Helle Frederiksen bested Alicia Kaye to capture the $100,000 top prizes at Hy-Vee.

Saller tops Under 23 Women

Sophie Saller of Germany ran away from Gillian Backhouse of Australia to grab the gold in the Under 23 Elite Women’s race at the Grand Final; USA’s Erin Jones took the bronze.

Weekend Box Aug 31 2014

In addition to high-profile action at ITU Worlds and the Hy-Vee 5i50 Championship , we bring you triathlon affairs in Brazil, Austria, Denmark, France and Canada.

Coninx tops Under 23 Men

Dorian Coninx of France unleashed a race-best 31:19 10k to outrun Marc Austin of Great Britain by 14 seconds to win the Under 23 Men’s gold at the Grand Final World Championship at Edmonton.

Jorgensen rules the World

Gwen Jorgensen of the U.S. came back from a 1:09 deficit and 20th place off the bike with a sizzling 33:23 run to win the Grand Final and take the WTS World Championship title by over 1,000 points.

Edmonton by the numbers

Gwen Jorgensen is a prohibitive favorite to take home the women’s world title and slightly less favorable odds point to men's WTS leader Javier Gomez, the Edmonton Grand Final offers numerical ...
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