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.

Duffy, Ruzafa win ITU Cross Triathlon World Championship

: Flora Duffy wins 2nd straight ITU Cross Triathlon Worlds and 3rd 2016 World title; Ruben Ruzafa 3-peats Cross Triathlon Worlds at Snowy Mountains, Australia.

Amberger, Seymour prevail at Xiamen

: Josh Amberger won a wire-to-wire victory and Jeanni Seymour took control on the bike and run to win Ironman 70.3 Xiamen.

Salthouse, Wilson take Challenge Shepparton

: Ellie Salthouse won a race-long duel with Andrea Forrest and Dan Wilson topped Matt Burton to win the elite titles at Challenge Shepparton.

Croneborg, Riesler win Malaysia

: Frederik Croneborg of Sweden held off a late charge by Thiago Vinhal of Brazil by 33 seconds and Diana Riesler of Germany dominated the women’s field at Ironman Malaysia.

Colucci, Baptista take Rio 70.3

: Reinaldo Colucci and Luisa Baptista prevailed at Ironman 70.3 Rio de Janeiro with strong bike and run splits.

Jorgensen 14th at NYC Marathon

: Olympic triathlon gold medalist Gwen Jorgensen finished 14th and 8th U.S. woman in her marathon debut in New York City.

Ackerlund wins Women’s Collegiate Nationals

: Erika Ackerlund of the University of Montana topped 48 finishers to win the Women’s Collegiate Triathlon National Championship in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Jorgensen, Murray take Island House overall

: Gwen Jorgensen came from behind on the final day and Richard Murray retook the lead from Cam Dye on the run leg to win the Island House Invitational Triathlon.

Leiferman, Seymour win Austin 69.1

: When heavy fog forced organizers to cancel the swim, Chris Leiferman of the U.S. and Jeanni Seymour of South Africa won the impromptu Austin duathlon.

Mendez, Naeth prevail at Cabo 70.3

: Mauricio Mendez capped off a red-hot October with a dominating win and Angela Naeth returns to form with a 7:37 margin of victory at Los Cabos 70.3.

Ares, Ueda win Miyazaki

: Uxio Abuin Ares of Spain claimed his second straight World Cup win and Ai Ueda of Japan earned a home country victory at the inaugural Miyazaki ITU World Cup.

Jorgensen, Murray lead Island House

: Gwen Jorgensen of the U.S. and Richard Murray of South Africa broke into the lead after Day 2 of the Island House Invitational Triathlon in the Bahamas.

Royle, Lawrence lead Island House Triathlon

: Australian Olympian Aaron Royle and Ironman 70.3 world champion Holly Lawrence of Great Britain led Day 1 of the Island House Invitational Triathlon.

Wildflower Is No More

: One of triathlon's monuments will not be contested in 2017, and perhaps never again.

40° air temps and 50° water temps - ÖTILLÖ 1000 Lakes in Germany

: Tough nature conditions at the inaugural ÖTILLÖ 1000 Lakes did not deter SwimRun athletes from tackling this beautiful terrain at the Mecklenburger Seenplatte. 10km of swimming and 35km of trail ...

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