Zamora-Perez, Deckers win Embrunman

: Marcel Zamora-Perez of Spain and Tine Deckers of Belgium won the challenging Embrunman Triathlon.

USAT Male Masters Champ – Tim Hola

: Tim Hola defended his USAT Olympic distance AG overall Masters title by 21 seconds over fellow Coloradan Jim Hallberg.

Pro start list for 70.3 World Championships in Chattanooga

: Today IRONMAN announced the official professional starting field for the 2017 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championships in Chattanooga, TN, led by defending champions Tim Reed and Holly Lawrence.

Masters Champion woman – Adrienne Leblanc

: Starting triathlon at age 40, Adrienne Leblanc won an AG World Championship and 4 national AG titles.

The 2017 SwimRun USA Casco Bay

: Beautiful images of the 2017 SwimRun USA Casco Bay by gifted photographer Aaron Palaian. Athletes from all over the country tackled this spectacular and tough island to island course in Maine.

USAT Sprint Overall Champion – Morgan Pearson

: In his first serious triathlon, Morgan Pearson shocked USAT Nationals with an overall sprint victory.

William Jones - USAT Male Overall winner

: Twin, Harvard butterflyer, marine biologist, late blooming triathlete takes overall at USAT Olympic distance AG nationals.

Overall Age Group Woman - Kirsten Sass

: Sass improved her 2016 Olympic distance overall runner-up finish with her typically dominant bike split.

Andrew Starykowicz and Heather Jackson win Ironman 70.3 Steelhead

: Starky led the swim, crushed the bike, held off Hanson’s run; Jackson topped Doehla by 2:54 at Benton Harbor.

Kirsten Sass, Morgan Pearson win USAT Sprint Nationals

: Kirsten Sass and Morgan Pearson win the USA Triathlon sprint distance age group nationals on a drizzly day on Omaha.

Sass, Jones win USAT Olympic Distance Nationals

: Kirsten Sass and William Jones win USA Triathlon Age Group Nationals overall.

Madness in Montreal

: Pro triathlete Eric Lagerstrom shares behind the scenes commentary from WTS Montreal.

2017 Ironman 70.3 Boulder Gallery

: After near misses, Tim Don and Jeanni Seymour finally won Boulder 70.3 titles. Photo Gallery by Timothy Carlson.

Nick Kastelein is stepping into the limelight

: Until recently Nick Kastelein was often referred to as the training partner of Jan Frodeno, but the Aussie recently won IRONMAN Switzerland and and is now making his own name.

Reed, Watkinson tops at Philippines 70.3

: Tim Reed’s race-best bike split outweighed Mauricio Mendez’s run and Amelia Watkinson won wire-to-wire at Cebu.

Gomez triumphs at WTS Montreal

: Javier Gomez became the oldest man to win a WTS race with his 14th career WTS victory at Montreal.

Gentle wins her first WTS at Montreal

: Ashleigh Gentle scored her first WTS win at Montreal, breaking Flora Duffy’s 4 WTS win streak and taking 2nd in Series rankings.

Tim Don, Jeanni Seymour win Boulder 70.3

: Tim Don and Jeanni Seymour took leads midway through the run to win the men’s and women’s elite titles at Boulder 70.3.

Frederiksen, Moldan win Otepää 70.3

: Denmark’s Helle Frederiksen dominated wire-to-wire and Johannes Moldan of Germany won it on the bike at Otepää 70.3.

Alistair Brownlee out for the year for hip surgery

: Twice Olympic champ Alistair Brownlee elects surgery for his hip, will be out of competition the rest of 2017.

Big Day in Boston

: One of the big movers in the short and intermediate distance race scene in recent years has been the Boston Triathlon.

More Iceland Pics

: Challenge Iceland is a destination race, or if not it should be. Here are some more pics from this special, scenic race.
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