Wiltshire, Faux win Ironman Vichy

: Harry Wilshire edged Tim Brydenbach on the run and Catherine Faux took control of the women’s race on the run to win Ironman Vichy.

Karen McKeachie Has Passed Away

: One of triathlon’s most celebrated age-group stars died after struck by a car while cycling.

Pros who made the Kona field

: Last minute heroics by triathletes making the 2016 Ironman World Championship field. Plus a complete list of the pro field.

Leiferman, Ellis take Tremblant

: Chris Leiferman won his first ever Ironman with a race-best 2:45:09 marathon and Mary Beth Ellis won the 12th Ironman of her career at Mt. Tremblant.

Jorgensen takes Rio gold

: Gwen Jorgensen took the first Olympic Triathlon gold medal for the United States by a 40-second margin over defending champion Nicola Spirig of Switzerland.

Alistair Brownlee dominates Rio

: Alistair Brownlee left his brother Jonny behind halfway through the run and took his second straight Olympic Triathlon gold medal.

Collins, Cheetham win Dublin 70.3

: U.S. pro Ben Collins eked out a 15-seconds win over Irish age grouper Bryan McCrystal and Susie Cheetham topped UK pro Natalie Seymour at Dublin 70.3.

Dreitz, Hauschildt take Wiesbaden 70.3

: Andreas Dreitz’s swim and bike splits outmatched Lionel Sanders’ dazzling run and Melissa Hauschildt topped Jodie Swallow on the bike and run to win Wiesbaden 70.3.

Raphael, Viellehner top Challenge Regensburg

: Jan Raphael edged Chris Fischer and Julia Viellehner beat Erika Csomor to win the elite titles at Challenge Regensburg.

Sass, Douglas win Sprint Nationals

: Kirsten Sass improved her 2015 runner-up finish and Christopher Douglas won his first overall national title at AG sprint nationals.

Buckingham, Doehla win USAT Olympic Distance Age Group Nationals

: Amateurs Todd Buckingham and Alissa Doehla won the overall titles at USA Triathlon Olympic Distance National Championship in Omaha, Nebraska.

Mendez, Erbenova take XTERRA Sweden

: Mauricio Mendez of Mexico and Helena Erbenova of the Czech Republic won the elite titles at XTERRA Sweden on a cool summer day near Stockholm.

Andrew Starykowicz hit by van

: Andrew Starykowicz was hit by a van and dragged under during a training ride on Saturday. UPDATE: He is now home from the hospital and recovering.

Another epic Norseman day

: 203 men and 47 women braved the tough 2016 Norseman conditions and Lars Petter Stormo and Kari Flottorp Lingsom grabbed these coveted wins.

Blummenfelt, Duffy win Montreal

: Kristian Blummenfelt of Norway crushed the men’s field while Flora Duffy of Bermuda topped Ashleigh Gentle by 24 seconds to win the Montreal World Cup.

Ironman Boulder cyclist killed

: An Ironman Boulder cyclist was killed Sunday morning when she was hit by a motor vehicle on the cycling leg on U.S. 36 north of Broadway

Reed, Steffen win Cebu 70.3

: Tim Reed outran Craig Alexander and Caroline Steffen of Switzerland did the same to Radka Vodickova to win the Asia-Pacific Ironman 70.3 Championship.

Strange, Pedersen top Denmark

: Thomas Strange’s 3rd-best bike leg outweighed Per Bittner’s race-best run while Camilla Pedersen led wire-to-wire to win Challenge Denmark.

ITU Revokes Miller's Weihai Win

: Canadian Julie Miller suspended for 2 years, fine and costs levied. UK athlete Victoria Hill was 2nd at Weihai, presumably ascends to the win.

Beals, Goss win Ecuador 70.3

: Cody Beals of Canada blew the men’s field away on the bike and Lauren Goss ran away from a swim-bike duel with fellow U.S. competitor Laurel Wassner to win Ironman 70.3 Ecuador.

Ellis, Amorelli take IM Maastricht

: Mary Beth Ellis dominated the women's field while Igor Amorelli out biked Mark Oude Bennink and outran Bas Diederen at Ironman Maastricht–Limburg.

Billard, Hütthaler win Budapest

: Bertrand Billard edged Horst Reichel thanks to a dominant bike split and Lisa Hütthaler did the same to Emma Pallant at Ironman 70.3 Budapest.

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