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Gomez, Lee top Europeans new

Javier Gomez of Spain won it on the run and India Lee of Great Britain won it on the bike at the ETU European Championship Saturday in Lisbon, Portugal.

Dave Mirra Had CTE new

Legendary BMX racer turned top AG triathlete Dave Mirra suffered from chronic traumatic encephalopathy according to numerous news reports.

Luis Alvarez suffers retinal damage after summiting Everest new

Luis Alvarez, who has finished more than 120 Ironman events, summited Mt. Everest this weekend but suffered retinal damage and had to be helped on the descent.

70.3 Ecuador is on new

The 7.8 magnitude earthquake of April 16, leaving more than 600 dead, has not resulted in the cancellation of Ecuador 70.3. The race will take place as scheduled.

How is Rev3 Doing? new

With Rev3 Knoxville, the first of six series races, under its belt, how is the un-rebranded, ex-Challenge, Iron alternative, 2016 race series with a heart doing?

Bilham, Nilsson win Barcelona new

Emma Bilham of Switzerland out biked Emma Pallant of Great Britain and Patrik Nilsson of Sweden outran Maurice Clavel of Germany to win Ironman 70.3 Barcelona.

Böcherer, Philipp win St. Polten new

Andi Böcherer’s race-best bike trumped Ruedi Wild’s race-best run and Laura Philipp took the lead at km 16 of the run to win Ironman 70.3 St. Pölten.

Jackson, Kienle take Chattanooga new

Heather Jackson dominated the women's field and Sebastian Kienle dueled with Sam Appleton before pulling away on the run to win Ironman 70.3 Chattanooga

Middaugh, Snyder prevail at XTERRA Oak Mountain Alabama

Josiah Middaugh of Vail, Colorado and Suzie Snyder of Reno, Nevada won the elite titles at XTERRA Oak Mountain in Shelby County, Alabama.

Thomas, Holst tops at Lanzarote

Jesse Thomas unleashed a race-fastest run, upsetting Kona champ Jan Frodeno while Denmark’s Tine Holst won it on the bike at IM Lanzarote.

200 triathletes switch out of North Carolina Ironman events

In response to the controversy over North Carolina House Bill 2, Ironman offered registrants the option of switching to other 2016 Ironman races.

Alaskaman Extreme Tri

The recently announced Alaskaman, scheduled for July 15, 2017 in Seward, AK, joins the growing movement of extreme triathlons - ultra distance races with small fields set in stunning, but extremely ...

Sofie Goos stabbed while training

Belgian triathlete Sofie Goos was stabbed in the back while on a training run in a park in Antwerp. A suspect in the case was arrested by police.

Middaugh, Paterson top Tahiti

Reigning XTERRA World Champion Josiah Middaugh and 2-time XTERRA World Champion Lesley Paterson win XTERRA Tahiti.

Lange, Gajer win Ironman Texas

Patrick Lange's race-best 2:40:01 marathon ran away from the men's field and Julia Gajer's superior swim trumped Jodie Robertson's better run to win Ironman Texas.

Mario Mola takes Yokohama

Mario Mola of Spain earned his third WTS victory of 2016 and Crisanto Grajales of Mexico and Kristian Blummenfelt of Norway finished 2-3 at Yokohama.

Jorgensen dominates Yokohama

Gwen Jorgensen dominated, Ashleigh Gentle took 2nd and probably an Aussie Olympic slot, and Katie Zaferes likely earned the final U.S. women's Olympic slot at WTS Yokohama.

Annen, Diemunsch take Huatulco

Jolanda Annen of Switzerland edged Agnieszka Jerzyk of Poland and Etienne Diemunsch of France outran Jelle Geens of Belgium to win the Huatulco World Cup.

Croneborg, Li tops at Taiwan

Fredrik Croneborg overcame a flat tire with a 2nd-fastest bike and race-best run and Yu-Shiao Li posted a women's-best bike and 2nd-fastest run to win Challenge Taiwan.

Molinari, Van Vlerken top Rimini

Giulio Molinari of Italy and Yvonne van Vlerken of Netherlands dominated the bike legs to take comfortable wins on a sunny day at Challenge Rimini.

Roger Serrano and Helena Erbenova win XTERRA Greece

Roger Serrano upset fellow Spaniard Ruben Ruzafa and Helena Erbenova of the Czech Republic edged Brigitta Poor of Hungary at XTERRA Greece.

Steffen, Viennot win Vietnam 70.3

In 100 Fahrenheit heat and 90 percent humidity, Caroline Steffen topped Radka Vodickova and Cyril Viennot edged Tim Van Berkel at Ironman 70.3 Vietnam.

Allen&Slack top XTERRA Malaysia

Ben Allen and Jacqui Slack, XTERRA’s most competitive couple, dominated XTERRA Malaysia in hot and humid tropical weather Saturday in Langkawi.

Dreitz, Philipp take Mallorca 70.3

Andreas Dreitz used the fastest bike split to win his third straight title, and Laura Philipp crushed the bike leg to outpace Olympic champ Nicola Spirig and win Mallorca 70.3.

Sanders, Wurtele win St. George

Lionel Sanders took the lead with a race-best bike leg and kept it with a race-best run while Heather Wurtele posted a race-best bike to win St. George 70.3.
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