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Scant Evidence Disc Rotors Injure Pros

: Bike industry advocacy group pushes back on accusations that disc brakes were responsible for injuries in pro road cycling.

Sanders, Chura win Buenos Aires 70.3

: Lionel Sanders took the victory with top splits on the bike and run and Haley Chura ran down Kimberley Morrison to win Buenos Aires 70.3.

Brown, Gonzalez win Sarasota sprint

: Joanna Brown of Canada topped the women on the run and Rodrigo Gonzalez edged Eli Hemming by 2 seconds at the Sarasota CAMTRI.

Jackson, Willian capture Mooloolaba

: Australians Emma Jackson and Luke Willian won the elite titles at ITU World Cup Mooloolaba on a hot, windy day on the Sunshine Coast.

Ruedi Wild, Radka Kahlefeldt win Subic Bay

: Ruedi Wild outran Craig Alexander for a 33 seconds win and Radka Kahlefeldt outran Caroline Steffen to win by 3:42 at Subic Bay 70.3.

LEOMO real world motion analysis unveiled

: The new LEOMO (Laws and Equations Of Motion) Type-R electronic device allows coaches and athletes to collect and show motion analysis data during training sessions and races.

Zwift and Women's Week

: Zwift is celebrating with a week's worth of events celebrating women and cycling.

Gomez wins WTS Abu Dhabi

: In his return to ITU action after breaking his elbow, Javier Gomez wins while Tom Bishop of Great Britain takes silver at Abu Dhabi.

Currie, McCauley upset winners at Taupo

: Multisport expert Braden Currie outpaced 12-time Ironman New Zealand champion Cameron Brown and Jocelyn McCauley topped Meredith Kessler at Taupo.

Hewitt outsprints Stimpson at Abu Dhabi

: Andrea Hewitt exploded past Jodie Stimpson in the final 30 meters to take an emotional win she dedicated to her late fiancť Laurent Vidal.

U.S. women 1-2-3 at Habana Sprint American Cup

: Kaitlin Donner, Erin Storie and Sarah Alexander of the U.S. swept the womenís podium and Carlos Quinchara Forero of Colombia topped the men at the Habana Sprint Triathlon.

Duffy, Murray win XTERRA South Africa

: 2016 ITU World Champion and 3-time XTERRA World Champion Flora Duffy and ITU star Richard Murray won the XTERRA South Africa titles.

Garmin Engineers Were Victims In Kansas Shooting

: Garmin issued a formal statement today following the targeted shooting of two immigrants, both of whom worked as engineers at the company's headquarters, in Olathe, KS on Wednesday night.

The (Slowtwitch Road) Show Goes On!

: Slowtwitch will kick off its 2017 Road Show season at Inside Out Sports in just over a week, the first of 11 Road Shows in the U.S. during 2017.

Ironman AG Champ Gets 4yr Doping Ban

: All World Athlete winner, IM Texas champ Holly Balogh has been hit with a 4 year ban for exogenous testosterone.

Alexander, Dennis win Big Husky

: Showing again that age 43 is just a number, Craig Alexander won the menís title and Laura Dennis took the women's crown at the Big Husky Triathlon.

Steinberg, Hainish top Ultraman Florida

: David Hainish left the menís field behind with a dominant Day 2 bike split and Steffi Steinberg led all 3 days of the womenís race at Ultraman Florida.

Appleton, Luxford take Geelong 70.3

: Sam Appleton shook off Josh Amberger on the run for a 48 seconds margin of victory and Annabel Luxford smashed all opposition on the bike to win Ironman 70.3 Geelong.

Allan, Van Vlerken win Wanaka

: Dougal Allan won the menís title with fastest bike and run splits while Yvonne Van Vlerken broke open a race-long duel with Laura Siddall on the run to win Challenge Wanaka.

Hall, Murray win Cape Town World Cup

: Lucy Hall edged fellow Brit Jessica Learmonth by 1 second for the women's title and Richard Murray led a home country menís 1-2-3 sweep at the Cape Town World Cup sprint.

Australians launch Super League Triathlon

: An Australian group announced the 2017 Super League Triathlon series will begin with a $206,800 short course event at an island in the Great Barrier Reef in March.

2016 IRONMAN Athletes Choice Awards

: 55,000 Ironman and Ironman 70.3 competitors in 136 events in 2016 took surveys listing their favorite events and categories including swim, bike and run courses.

Reed, Crowley conquer Hell of the West

: Timothy Reed and Sarah Crowley used killer bike splits to dominate the Hell of the West Triathlon.

Two Triathletes banned for Ostarine

: Two female Ironman competitors were handed sanctions today for doping violations. At least one resulted from contaminated salt tablets.

Jodie Cunnama, Guillaume win South Africa 70.3

: Jodie Cunnama won her seventh straight Ironman 70.3 South Africa title by 62 seconds over Susie Cheetham while Romain Guillaume topped James Cunnama by 2:29 at Buffalo City.

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