In this issue of What We Have Noticed we look at the Pebble steel watch, the XLab cage pod, Ortlieb's Velocity pack, awesome Brit bicycle art, and much more.
The world celebrated the peaceful return of the Boston Marathon; Meb Keflezighi broke the U.S men’s losing streak, Kenya’s Rita Jeptoo broke the women’s race record, triathlon’s Lisa Bentley was 5th ...
Ironman Lake Tahoe deftly solved a difficult problem, difficulty being the problem. Tahoe was too hard. Ironman introduced a 70.3 on the same day as the IM, and took the steep hills out.
This Easter we cover Challenge Taiwan, a University triathlon in Brazil, triathletes racing a Boston 5k, tragic hits on cyclists, and much more.
Ironman announced yesterday that they acquired Triton Spain SL, the owners of Challenge Barcelona and its half distance sibling, and also hinted at another race in Spain.
In this issue of What We Have Noticed we feature Go Fund Me pages for the families of the tragic accident victims, Eric's Big Day, a new Challenge race in Denmark and more.
Andrew Starykowicz and Helle Frederiksen earned repeat victories at Ironman 70.3 Puerto Rico; both winners did it with sizzling bike splits on a hot and windy day and energy sapping day in San Juan.
The Weekend Box brings you 70.3 races from Malaysia, Florida and New Orleans, a memorial race to a triathlon star struck down too young, a long course duathlon in Holland, and a fancy new race in ...
South African Conrad Stoltz took the win at the 12th annual XTERRA New Zealand Championships and Chilean Barbara Riveros captured the women's title.
New Orleans news station WWL-TV reported today that a group of cyclists was struck by a motorist and one of the cyclists has died, while another was taken to a hospital with critical injuries.
It's a phoenix raised from the ashes of what was Chesapeakeman. The WTC quickly, and shrewdly, turned disaster into a windfall for its own brand and for triathletes living in the Mid-Atlantic.
Aussie Geraldton news reported today that the wife of Courtney Ogden was struck in the head by a drone while competing in a triathlon, and subsequently fell to the ground and had to be taken to a ...
The first weekend in April had a very global flavor as we bring you tales of competitions in the South Pacific, Europe, South America, Africa and the American regions of Southwest, Southeast and the ...
Two-time ITU World Champion and reigning World Triathlon Series winner Javier Gomez of Spain ran away from Jonathan Brownlee of Great Britain in the last kilometer to win the 2014 WTS debut in ...
Last year’s ITU World Triathlon Series runner-up Jodie Stimpson dominated a tough field at the opening round of the 2014 WTS in Auckland, topping Anne Haug of Germany by 25 seconds.
Multiple Ironman champion Yvonne van Vlerken suffered a broken right collarbone when hit by a car while riding her bike near her hometown of Krimpen aan de Lek in the Netherlands this week.
Athletes outside of North America have asked for a 70.3 World Championship race closer to them, and Europeans can now rejoice in 2015.
Great performances at Ironman Los Cabos in Mexico, several XTERRA race reports from around the world, plus another sad hit and run story.
Jan Frodeno swam and rode with Andy Potts, but ran with no one but himself. It was the two Heathers, Wurtele and Jackson, chasing Julie Dibens most of the way, with Ms. Wurtele running to the win.
In this issue of What We Have Noticed you will find assorted banana hammocks, high visibility shoes and much more to inspire you and yours.
Mario Mola beat Javier Gomez to the line at the New Plymouth ITU World Cup race. Katie Hursey gave Americans reason to smile with her excellent win.
Beyond the marquee races, The Weekend Box roundup brings to your attention Crowie’s farewell to the Ironman, a collegiate race in Arizona, a Brazilian Olympic distance in Santos, and a Danish ...
Dirk Bockel ran a smart race and took the win at the Ironman Asia-Pacific Championships in Melbourne in 8:01:02. Caroline Steffen was solid all day and went sub-9 to capture the women's title for ...
We are about a day away from the 2014 Ironman Asia-Pacific Champs in Melbourne, Australia and the action promises to be hot and exciting.
A cyclist in Brazil was struck by a vehicle and in the end the rider who was not wearing a helmet landed on the mattress that fell from that car.