SRAM Semi-Transparent About AXS Future

: “We killed the front derailleur in MTB. It’s gone. It didn’t make us happy.” And more from Ron Ritzler, SRAM's VP and Category Manager.

Teacher, teacher is so fast

: Jacqui Giuliano is a 7th grade math teacher and an amazingly fast triathlete who was just picked up by the Suunto Multisport Team.

A detailed chat with Bradley Weiss

: South African Bradley Weiss was fully dedicated to XTERRA racing the last 5 years, but now he has his eyes on the 70.3 World Championships in France. But that will not mean completely walking away ...

Life After Triathlon - Cam Dye

: Cam Dye retired from racing as a professional triathlete at the end of the 2018 season and we had a chat with him about what he is up to now.

Scotsman on the verge

: David McNamee has trained with the Brownlees, Mola, and Frodeno, and scored two podiums at Kona. What’s next?

Up close with the adventurous Sam Long

: Sam Long is a 22-year old professional triathlete who resides in Boulder Colorado who races Ironman and 70.3 events, XTERRA races, trail running events, and whatever else sounds exciting and ...

A Diverse Tri Club Whose Diversity Surprised Even its Founder

: Marcus Fitts deployed a revolutionary technique to populate a club devoted to people of color: He invited them.

The Hoff you may not be familiar with

: Christine Hoffmann was the top female age group athlete at Ironman Arizona in 9:47:57, but she initially was not meant to race there and had another major event looming large.

Gene Dykes Has Come of Age

: Gene Dykes ran in college, before most Slowtwitchers were born. He's still setting PRs.

And yes, Mr. Jackson is for real

: Steve Jackson races for the Every Man Jack team and he recently grabbed the overall win at Ironman Florida - a race he was actually not meant to do.

Navigating racing, training and body shaming

: Jennifer Spieldenner grabbed an Ironman title during her first attempt at that distance in Louisville, and she is thrilled about that title. But it has not been an easy path.

46:29 - finally that Kona swim record for Jan Sibbersen

: German Jan Sibbersen has made a few attempts to grab the Kona swim record and this year it finally happened. We chatted with him about how he prepared for the big day.

Up close with Norwegian Lars Petter Stormo

: Lars Petter Stormo has 2 Norseman titles to his name, plus he won IRONMAN Haugesund in Norway this year, and he came to Kona early with a big goal.

A most sparkling comeback

: Last year Matt Russell almost died at Kona. After a painful, miraculous recovery, he left superstars in his wake to finish 6th.

Lucy is reaching for the star

: If nobody is threatening Daniela Ryf’s reign - yet - Lucy Charles is closer than anyone else.

Lionel Sanders wants more

: Although ecstatic with his 2017 battle with Patrick Lange, Sanders aims for the top step.

A most anticipated Kona debut

: Javier Gomez is just a Kona rookie - looking for his 9th World Championship

And Sebastian Kienle is ready for a rumble

: Sebastian Kienle has had many eyes on him, but maybe more so now as the 2018 IRONMAN World Championships are almost upon us. He chatted with us about what can be expected.

No challengers in sight

: Daniela Ryf may find it lonely at the rarefied level of her achievements.

First Ironman Champion

: On the 40th anniversary of his 1978 triumph, Gordon Haller will be returning to Kona with a race number.

Mr. Brown goes back to Kona town

: Cameron Brown finished five times in the top 5 at the IRONMAN World Championships in Hawaii, and that includes two runner-up spots. He returns to Kona again this year but with a new mindset.

Ed Baker's Newest Startup

: Ed Baker sold his startup to Facebook and became a Silicon Valley workaholic. All that changed 18 months ago.

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