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True, Loeschke win Ironman 70.3 Austin

: Sarah True outdueled Paula Findlay and Franz Loeschke topped Jesper Svensson by 1:16 at Austin 70.3.

Vicente Hernández, Heather Wurtele win Challenge Sardinia

: Hernández tops men with a sizzling run, Wurtele edges Siddall at Challenge Forte Village Sardinia.

Cook, Raphael win Tongyeong World Cup

: Summer Cook of the U.S. outran Juri Ide of Japan and Aurelien Raphael of France edged Rostislav Pevtsov of Azerbaijan at Tongyeong.

Total Immersion founder Terry Laughlin dies at 66

: Laughlin, who devised the Total Immersion system that taught thousands to swim faster and easier, passed away Friday.

Salthouse, Amorelli take Miami 70.3

: Ellie Salthouse topped Angela Naeth by 2:39 and Igor Amorelli led Franz Loeschke by 2:43 to win Miami 70.3.

Severe weather forces cancellation of New Orleans 70.3

: A severe weather warning for thunderstorms and 60 mph gusts led organizers to cancel Ironman 70.3 New Orleans.

Matt Russell badly injured during IRONMAN World Championships

: American Matt Russell was on his way back from Hawi during the 2017 IRONMAN World Championships when a vehicle reportedly pulled out in front of him and Russell struck it while likely going 30mph.

Before the storm

: As the Hawaiian Ironman start approaches the start/finish is a maelstrom. Here is what it looks like earlier in the morning.

Our Attempt to Report on the Ironman Real Time

: We're 20 miles into the run. Sanders continues to chug and thrust and tilt and hump to the win... maybe. Ryf? No apparent weakness.

Patrick Lange Wins the Hawaiian Ironman

: You ride for show; you run for dough. That's what all the pros who race here have known for a generation. Lange ran for dough and got it.

Ryf Pushes Through Difficulty to take 3rd Kona Title

: Daniela Ryf just wasn't having her day, for the first half of her race. But her second half made up for it, and she's now a 3-time champion.

Andrew Talansky Turns to Tri

: Yes, the top cyclist is wearing a Canyon shirt

Tim Don hit by car and out of 2017 IM Kona

: Tim Don was among the favorites for the 2017 IRONMAN World Championships title, but the popular Brit was hit by a car while training in Kona and is now apparently out 5-6 weeks.

Rodrigo Gonzalez wins Sarasota Men’s World Cup

: On a course reduced to a sprint duathlon due to hot temperatures and high algae concentration in the water, Rodrigo Gonzalez of Mexico won his second 2017 World Cup.

Juri Ide wins Sarasota World Cup

: Juri Ide of Japan won her first World Cup since 2011, breaking away on the run to win at Sarasota.

Up close with nature in Germany

: 117 teams from 26 different nations competed in the 2017 ÖTILLÖ Swimrun 1000 Lakes to swim and run on a picturesque 42 km course near Berlin, Germany.

Wassner, Collington lead a U.S. sweep at IM Taiwan

: U.S. competitors Laurel Wassner and Kevin Collington dominate at Ironman Taiwan.

Abuin Ares, Annen win Weihai World Cup

: Uxio Abuin Ares of Spain and Jolanda Annen of Switzerland won the Weihai World Cup in China.

Bozzone, Roy prevail at Cozumel 70.3

: Terenzo Bozzone edged Matt Chrabot, Stephanie Roy outran Leanda Cave at Cozumel 70.3.

Sarah True, Jesse Thomas win Augusta 70.3

: Sarah True ran away with the women’s title and Jesse Thomas edged Andy Potts for the victory at Augusta 70.3.

Zaferes, Blummenfelt tops at Super League Jersey

: Katie Zaferes of the U.S. and Kristian Blummenfelt of Norway sweep both days at Super League Triathlon - Jersey.

Andreas Dreitz, Lucy Gossage win IM Emilia Romagna

: Dreitz smashes men's field on the bike, Gossage tops Tine Deckers by 6:56 at IM Emilia Romagna.

Watch this thorXtri video

: We just can't get enough of these extreme triathlons that are offering hard long course races in unique locations, and now share a beautiful video from the thorXtri in Norway.

Smith, Godbe win AG Overall titles at Worlds

: Beau Smith of Great Britain and Jacqueline Godbe of the U.S. win the ITU World Championship overall AG titles.

Duffy dominates Grand Final, repeats WTS World title

: Flora Duffy topped Katie Zaferes by 55 seconds to win the Grand Final at Rotterdam and repeat as World Champion.

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