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 Menís World Championship at Edmonton
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.
Sophie Saller of Germany ran away from Gillian Backhouse of Australia to grab the gold in the Under 23 Elite Womenís race at the Grand Final; USAís Erin Jones took the bronze.
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.
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 Menís gold at the Grand Final World Championship at Edmonton.
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.
Gwen Jorgensen is a prohibitive favorite to take home the womenís world title and slightly less favorable odds point to men's WTS leader Javier Gomez, the Edmonton Grand Final offers numerical ...
Laura Lindemann edged Cassandre Beaugrand by 3 seconds and Raphael Montoya eked out a one second margin over Jacob Birtwhistle in Edmonton.
In a victory for the ageless, 42-year-old Greg Bennett edged 38-year-old Hunter Kemper and left the rest of the field in their wake while Alicia Kaye won her fourth straight race by a comfortable ...
Cameron Brown won MetaMan Bintan 2014 and was rewarded $30,000 for his effort. Gina Crawford grabbed the women's title and also earned $30,000.
Danish pro Henrik Hyldelund won it with a dominating 4:16:41 bike split and Brett Sutton-coached Swiss sensation Daniela Ryf used a 4:44:09 bike split to win Ironman Copenhagen
Australian Tim Reed outraced the athlete he coaches, Sam Appleton, to win the rain-shortened Challenge Gold Coast and 22-year-old New Zealander Amelia Watkinson edged veteran Annabel Luxford.
We bring you tales of a rhapsodic Hungarian half, two good runs in Japan, a record for the oldest woman to win an Ironman, a Challenge in Penticton and a UK XTERRA
Jonathan Brownlee edged his brother Alistair to win the menís title and Sarah Groff of the U.S. held off Kiwi Andrea Hewitt for a breakthrough win at the Stockholm round of the World Triathlon Series
This week in What We Have Noticed: an incredible sprint finish in Europe, the unique Airwheel, David Millar's custom fiízi:k shoes, a delicious Ally's Bar and more.
Last year the Boa Closure System crew was in the Kona expo and replaced consumer shoe laces with theirs, and it appears that this was not a one time event.
This weekend we bring you a great breakthrough in Canada, a duel to the very last drop in Washington state, an Australian double in New England and more.
Leanda Cave made a triumphant return after an injury plagued year with a dominating 8:56:50 victory at Ironman Sweden at Kalmar. Horst Reichel won the men's title.
It's doubtful anyone in triathlon knew Robin Williams as well as Bob Babbitt did. Here are some of Bob's memories of the celebrity who gave so much to this sport and its charities.
The brilliant comedian and actor was extremely generous soul who made people laugh, cry and wonder at his lightning wit. He was also a cyclist, runner and triathlete.
Bart Aernouts charged into the lead on the bike and then ran to the win at the Ironman 70.3 European Champs. Daniela Ryf stormed to the women's title in 4:26:12.
The Weekend Box brings the USAT Age Group Nationals, a Super Sprint In Milwaukee, a Hungarian ITU sprint World Cup, two fine runners in Michigan, and XTERRA Czech.
Ben Collins outswam and outbiked Kaleb Vanort and Alicia Kaye outbiked and outran Radka Vodickova to win the Lifetime Tri New York City Triathlon Sunday in the Big Apple.
For the first time since 2004, Norwegians won the menís and women's titles at the Norseman Extreme Triathlon held in the cold waters of the fjords and on the steep Norwegian mountains.
Ironman announced bigger and deeper prize purses, new regional championships and a staggered swim start at the World Championships in Kona.