1x Set-Ups: Volume 2

: More single-ringers! Look inside for some real muscle bikes. Some of the owners of the bikes herein don’t ascribe to the use of the X-SYNC rings.

1x Set-Ups: Volume 1

: Here is the first of several photo galleries of Slowtwitchers who’ve eschewed polyringamy for the monoring.

Currie, Wilkinson take Tauranga Half

: Braden Currie defended his title and set a new course record and Amelia Wilkinson defended her title at the Port of Tauranga Half.

TC’s favorite pics of 2016

: With a reduced schedule due to a February hip operation, Timothy Carlson offers a selection of his favorite 2016 triathlon photos from Dubai, San Francisco and Kona.

2016 Triathlon Year in Review

: A look back on Magnificent and Dubious Achievements, notable streaks and seasons, and farewell to some of our favorite triathletes by Timothy Carlson.

Running, running and running

: A beautiful running image inspired this gallery and we have since collected many more great running pics from various places around the world.

2016 Tri Quotes of the Year

: Memorable words about the sport of triathlon uttered in online commentary, magazines, blogs, television and random conversations in this most recent trip around the sun.

The Ridley Dean FAST of Igor Amorelli

: Brazilian Igor Amorelli did not have the Kona day he desired, but here is a look at the Shimano equipped Ridley Dean FAST of this Red Bull athlete.

Kate Bevilaqua’s Ultraman dream

: With fiance Guy Crawford on her crew, Australian pro Kate Bevilaqua kept her promise to herself with a win in the sixth-fastest Ultraman World Championship women’s time.

Alistair Brownlee to go long

: Two-time Olympic Triathlon champion Alistair Brownlee of Great Britain announced that he will take two years away from the Olympic distance to train for Ironman.

Crowley, Bozzone take Bahrain 70.3

: Sarah Crowley topped Emma Pallant by 1:26 and Terenzo Bozzone followed his win at Ironman Western Australia with a $20,000 win at Bahrain 70.3.

Luxford, Chevrot prevail at Ballarat 70.3

: Annabel Luxford of Australia dominated the women’s field wire-to-wire and Denis Chevrot won it on the bike at Ironman 70.3 Ballarat.

Currie, Kessler win Taupo 70.3

: Braden Currie topped fellow Kiwi Mike Phillips by 33 seconds and Meredith Kessler of the U.S. edged Laura Siddall of Great Britain by 8 seconds at Taupo 70.3.

Cartagena 70.3 run course snafu

: Volunteers misdirected the pro men’s field and the leading woman on the run course; Cartagena 70.3 race officials awarded two top prizes to men directed to different, shorter runs.

Bozzone, Hauschildt set records at Busselton

: Terenzo Bozzone won his first Ironman and Melissa Hauschildt her fourth as both broke course records at Ironman Western Australia in Busselton.

Cyclone forces Challenge Florianópolis cancellation

: A cyclone with maximum winds of 118 kilometers per hour wreaked extensive damage to the Brazilian state of Santa Catarina and forced race officials to cancel Challenge Florianópolis.

Premier Tactical: A Bike for the Proletariat

: Here’s a bike that tells you much about its maker

Never too late

: Ruth Brennan Morrey was a soccer and marathon talent who took 10 years off sports before starting triathlon six years ago; at 41, this mother of three is just hitting her stride.

Viking Life - That's a Wrap

: What better way for Eric Lagerstrom to showcase a season that brought ups and downs than to release his final Viking Life for 2017.

Swim Paraphernalia

: Swimming faster truly is uniquely free speed, where going faster can cost you less metabolically. Herein are cheap pathways to free speed.

Reed, Watkinson take Thailand 70.3

: Tim Reed edged Michael Raelert by 15 seconds and Amelia Watkinson dominated the women pros but just edged an age grouper at Thailand 70.3.

Ascenco, Jahn win Punta del Este 70.3

: Santiago Ascenco edged Matt Hanson and Kirsty Jahn outran Laurel Wassner to win Ironman 70.3 Punta del Este.
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