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Cervelo features in Porsche commercial new

Cervelo started at the little bike company who could. Now it's a feature coop partner in a new online Porsche commercial.

Commonwealth Games tri new

It is an invitation-only athletics festival limited to nations that came under the umbrella of the old British Empire; the Commonwealth Games triathlon has prestige, historic champions and no cash on ...

AGs move closer to draft legal new

The most impactful event on the sport of triathlon in a generation occurred last week. Maybe. (We'll see.) The ITU announced that the Sprint WC for age group is now draft legal.

2014 Challenge Roth - race new

The 30th edition of the Challenge Roth is slowly coming to an end but we wanted to share a gallery of today's racing action. Please enjoy these impressions from Roth.

Bracht, Carfrae rule Roth new

Timo Bracht ran down fellow German Nils Frommhold to capture the 2014 Datev Challenge Roth. Mirinda Carfrae earned the women's title in her first appearance there.

The Weekend Box Jul 20 2014 new

While Challenge Roth was the marquee race of the weekend, the Weekend Box brings you tales of races in England, Wisconsin, Geneva, Minnesota and Kansas.

Jamie Whitmore wins ESPY

Jamie Whitmore, an XTERRA world champion struck by a rare cancer in 2008 who became a paracyling world champion, won the 2014 ESPY Award last night for Best Female Athlete with a Disability.

The Weekend Box Jul 13 2014

This midsummer Weekend Box is full of U.S. events in California, Colorado, Indiana and Minnesota. We also have off road action in Sweden, Mixed Relay Worlds in Germany and a tribute to a retiring ...

Brownlee, Jorgensen in Hamburg

Alistair Brownlee captured the 2014 World Triathlon Series in Hamburg with a fascinating burst of speed. And Gwen Jorgensen grabbed her 4th World Cup in a row.

Kienle supreme, Abraham returns

Sebastian Kienle smashed the bike course record in Frankfurt with a 4:12:14 to take his first Ironman title. Corinne Abraham took her first big win post injury.

The Weekend Box Jul 6 2014

We bring you a household double in Canada, a Czech three-peat in Norway, a home country winner in the Netherlands, a tight win on French trails and more.

We Noticed: Specialized, Silca ...

We came across a hairy question in the Specialized Win Tunnel, new Silca valve extenders, a tastefully nude product, a new saddle from Cobb and more.

Javier Gomez dominates Chicago

Javier Gomez, recovered from slight injury at London, won his fourth World Triathlon Series race of the year by 8 seconds over Portuguese newcomer Joao Pereira and took a 420 point lead in the WTS ...

The Weekend Box Jun 29 2014

We bring you a speed-fest Ironman in Austria, a rainy crash-fest in the south of France, tight duels in West Texas, a new race in Atlantic City and much more.

Jorgensen storms Chicago

Gwen Jorgensen erases 69-seconds deficit with a smashing run to win WTS Chicago, sets new mark with 6 WTS victories, ties record with 3 straight WTS wins, and jets to 758 point lead the WTS season ...

We Noticed: Fabric, Enve, Smith...

We noticed lots of carbon bling from Fabric and Enve, new shades from Smith and a lightweight jacket from Sugoi at the 2014 Summer Press Camp.

The Weekend Box Jun 22 2014

On the weekend of the summer solstice, we bring you clashes in Kitzbühel, an off road excursion in Greece, a 70.3 in Canada and much more

Yoder, Goss win Syracuse 70.3

Cycling prodigy Andrew Yoder finally put the whole race together and topped a strong 70.3 field; Lauren Goss smashed the women's field by eight minutes at Ironman 70.3 Syracuse.

Vanhoenacker back on form

Marino Vanhoenacker won Ironman 70.3 Luxembourg with an effort that reminded us of the form he had prior to his injury. Lisa Hütthaler took the women's title.

Gambles, Swallow top Boulder

Joe Gambles broke his own race record to win his fourth straight Ironman 70.3 Boulder title; Jodie Swallow won with the second-fastest women’s time ever.

Kienle, Gajer rule in Kraichgau

Sebastian Kienle smashed the bike segment on the way to a very comfortable win at Challenge Kraichgau. For Julia Gajer it was a much narrower decision over Gina Grawford.

Sebastian Kienle's new Scott

The Scott Plasma of 70.3 World Champion Sebastian Kienle had hidden brakes front and back, and a few other interesting details including a nifty paint scheme.

The Weekend Box Jun 15 2014

The Weekend Box brings you a thrilling come-from-behind XTERRA win at Richmond, Irish-British winners at the hilly Wimbleball, and a finish chute collapse in Huatulco.

A reversal of fortunes in Germany

The fight for a race in Kraichgau, Germany has taken yet another twist and appears to be now be run under the Ironman label after all, in a very confusing reversal of fortunes.

We Noticed: Brooks, Spinlister

This week we noticed the Brooks Heritage Collection, Spinlister bike rental service, Bungalow Munch granola, Boulder Cookie Project and clever cable assistants.
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