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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.

‘Godfather’ of Australian triathlon dies

: Garth Prowd, who ran the Noosa Triathlon and many multisport events, died after a cycling accident in Spain.

Images from the 2017 Breca Swimrun Buttermere

: Buttermere is a lake and a town in the British Lake District, and the area is absolutely spectacular. The 2017 Breca Swimrun Buttermere took place this past weekend and we have a fine selection of ...

The Colting SR02 Swimrun wetsuit

: In addition to regular triathlon and open water wetsuits the Colting brand also offers Swimrun specific suits and related gear. Markus Rössel recently had the chance to examine the company’s latest ...

Kastelein, Schaerer win Ironman Switzerland

: Nicholas Kastelein, Celine Schaerer top IM Switzerland as 9-time IM Swiss winner Ronnie Schildknecht DNF’d.

Withrow, Colucci prevail at Ecuador 70.3

: Kelsey Withrow dominated the women; Reinaldo Colucci eked out a sprint finish win over Carlos Forero at Ecuador 70.3.

Linsey Corbin wins Ironman Canada

: Corbin took the lead at IM Canada in the middle of the run and held on for her first Ironman win since 2014.

Pieter Heemeryck, Lucy Charles win Challenge Prague

: Pieter Heemeryck edged Andreas Dreitz by 1:30; Lucy Charles dominated the women's field at Challenge Prague.

Duffy wins 4th straight WTS at Edmonton

: Flora Duffy takes points lead with 4th straight WTS victory; Taylor Knibb of U.S. takes 2nd place at age 19.

Mola takes Edmonton, his 4th straight WTS win

: Mario Mola of Spain withstood a mistimed sprint by Jacob Birtwhistle of Australia to win WTS Edmonton.

The Man Behind the Boston Triathlon

: Boston is ready to celebrate triathlon this weekend and we pull up a seat with the man behind the race.

Challenge Iceland Gallery

: Jórunn Rothenborg of MyIceland.Guide caught the action on a cold and windy day in Iceland.

Van Lierde, Lester take Ironman France

: Frederik Van Lierde won his 4th Ironman France title and Carrie Lester won her 4th Ironman victory at Nice.

Jackson, Amberger win Calgary 70.3

: Jackson won it on the bike and Amberger won wire-to–wire with fastest swim and bike splits at Calgary

Seymour, Metzler win Challenge Iceland

: Jeanni Seymour ran down Heather Wurtele and Justin Metzler ran down Trevor Wurtele to win Challenge Iceland.

Tomlin repeats at Tiszaujvaros World Cup

: Renee Tomlin of the U.S. outsprinted Leonie Periault of France to win the Tiszaujvaros World Cup by 1 second.

Brent McMahon runaway winner at Placid

: McMahon posted a race-best 4:35:25 bike and race-best 2:43:40 run to win by 23:42 at IM Lake Placid.

Bicsák is lightning fast at Tiszaujvaros

: After officials started the race early to avoid lightning, Bence Bicsák lit up the run at Tiszy World Cup.

Harder, shorter and colder

: Our editor-at-large Herbert Krabel competed in the 2017 ÖtillÖ Swimrun Engadin with new partner Carson Christen on a harder, shorter and colder course and here is his report.
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