We Noticed: Morf-Tech, New Paddles...

: Aerobars that will make you think; your kid's first bike; finally some likeable swim paddles, forum enhancements you might not have noticed.

That Clen Pop in Cozumel

: Last week web stories about a British athlete testing positive for clenbuterol rose up only to disappear, or be edited, just as quickly. Here is what happened.

The New Slowtwitch Training Log

: We've got a new training log. After a couple years of treading water, we've got an entirely new log for you all to track your data in. It does support challenges. And all your old data will be ported ...

TriNZ Suspends Amy Stretton for 2 Years

: The ITU did what TriNZ could not do: DQ Amy Stretton's Worlds performance. TriNZ did the rest: suspend her from racing.

Alistair Brownlee to go long

: Two-time Olympic Triathlon champion Alistair Brownlee of Great Britain announced that he will take two years away from the Olympic distance to train for Ironman.

ITU Allows Disc Brakes in No-draft

: Because many national federations use ITU's rules, specific allowance of disc brake tri bikes is significant.

Crowley, Bozzone take Bahrain 70.3

: Sarah Crowley topped Emma Pallant by 1:26 and Terenzo Bozzone followed his win at Ironman Western Australia with a $20,000 win at Bahrain 70.3.

Luxford, Chevrot prevail at Ballarat 70.3

: Annabel Luxford of Australia dominated the women’s field wire-to-wire and Denis Chevrot won it on the bike at Ironman 70.3 Ballarat.

Currie, Kessler win Taupo 70.3

: Braden Currie topped fellow Kiwi Mike Phillips by 33 seconds and Meredith Kessler of the U.S. edged Laura Siddall of Great Britain by 8 seconds at Taupo 70.3.

Cartagena 70.3 run course snafu

: Volunteers misdirected the pro men’s field and the leading woman on the run course; Cartagena 70.3 race officials awarded two top prizes to men directed to different, shorter runs.

ITU Reinstates DQ in Long Course Worlds

: For the second time in three years an age-group winner posted an eyebrow-raising time. This time the ITU acted quickly.

Bozzone, Hauschildt set records at Busselton

: Terenzo Bozzone won his first Ironman and Melissa Hauschildt her fourth as both broke course records at Ironman Western Australia in Busselton.

Cyclone forces Challenge Florianópolis cancellation

: A cyclone with maximum winds of 118 kilometers per hour wreaked extensive damage to the Brazilian state of Santa Catarina and forced race officials to cancel Challenge Florianópolis.

Ascenco, Jahn win Punta del Este 70.3

: Santiago Ascenco edged Matt Hanson and Kirsty Jahn outran Laurel Wassner to win Ironman 70.3 Punta del Este.

De la Parra, Bevilaqua take Ultraman titles

: Inaki De la Parra of Mexico posts 3rd-best double marathon, takes overall Ultraman Men’s World title; Kate Bevilaqua of Australia sets women’s fastest run, dominates women’s overall.

Reed, Watkinson take Thailand 70.3

: Tim Reed edged Michael Raelert by 15 seconds and Amelia Watkinson dominated the women pros but just edged an age grouper at Thailand 70.3.

Van Lierde, Vesterby win Ironman Cozumel

: Frederik Van Lierde held off a late charge by Matt Russell and Michelle Vesterby passed fellow Dane Camilla Pedersen at 35km to win Ironman Cozumel.

De la Parra, Bevilaqua lead Ultraman Day 2

: Thanks to his second-best-ever Ultraman Hawaii Day 2 bike split, Inaki de la Parra of Mexico took over the men’s lead; Kate Bevilaqua increased her lead to 39:54 at Ultraman Worlds.

Wilson, Luxford take Western Sydney

: Dan Wilson outran Ryan Fisher and Annabel Luxford put the women's race away on the bike to win Ironman 70.3 Western Sydney.

Bevilaqua, Gray lead Ultraman Day 1

: Ironman veteran Kate Bevilaqua of Australia and Rob Gray of South Africa seized the leads on Day 1 of the Ultraman World Championship in Hawaii.

Raelert, Watkinson take Laguna Phuket

: Michael Raelert passed bike leader Antony Costes early on the run and Amelia Watkinson dominated the women’s bike leg to win the 23rd Laguna Phuket Triathlon.

Sanders sets IM record, Kessler tops women at Arizona

: Lionel Sanders set an Ironman brand record of 7:44:29 in a repeat win at Ironman Arizona while Meredith Kessler held off Yvonne Van Vlerken to 3-peat in Tempe.

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