The Ironman Wasn't Quite Hard Enough for Roderick Sewell

: The double below-the-knee amputee chose to tackle Kona about the hardest way anyone could.

Anthony Philippe on top in Kona

: French age grouper Anthony Philippe grabbed the 50-54 title in Kona and thus defeated fellow French athlete Laurent Jalabert, who had beaten him in Nice at the 70.3 World Championships.

The High Flying Women of Zwift's Academy Triathlon Team

: All four women reached the Kona podium in their respective age groups but the road was anything but straight.

The 2019 Kona experience of Josh Amberger

: Wattie Ink's Josh Amberger crushed the swim in Kona but his race did not unfold as he would have liked and did not reflect his potential. But his Kona race report was superb and we had a chat with ...

On the throttle with Kona superstar Ruth Purbrook

: Ruth Purbrook's season almost ended after a collision with a car earlier this summer, but with grit and determination she came back to grab the top overall female age group spot at the IRONMAN World ...

Anne Haug rules Kona

: Swift footed German lost five months of run training due to injuries, then ran to glory on the Queen K

At 39, Timothy O’Donnell still rises

: After a foot injury left him unable to run 7 weeks before Kona, O’Donnell recovered to finish 2nd.

Kona Dreamin' with Zwift's Academy Tri Team

: Eight super age-groupers go through their final preparations in advance of IRONMAN Hawaii.

True Resilience

: Sarah True is back at Ironman three months after her daunting meltdown at Frankfurt; medical tests offered no answers.

Alistair Brownlee's Kona debut

: The most dominant, big race Olympic distance triathlete presents intriguing possibilities in his first Kona contest.

Training Day with Jocelyn McCauley

: The woman who had Kona Queen Daniela Ryf on the ropes at IRONMAN Texas has high hopes in Kona.

Training Day with Swedish Fish Patrik Nilsson

: 5X IRONMAN winner Patrik Nilsson let us trail him for 24 hours of his final training buildup leading into Kona.

After the big breakthrough, a dream deferred

: After her exhilarating win at Frankfurt, Skye Moench was ready for Kona until a bad crash put that dream on hold.

Up close with the 70.3 World Champion Gustav Iden

: Norwegian Gustav Iden surprised many folks when he stormed to the 2019 Ironman 70.3 World Championship title in Nice, France earlier this month. We checked in with the fast young Norwegian talent.

70.3 World Champion Gustav Iden AMA

: 2019 Ironman 70.3 World Champ Gustav Iden of Norway is doing an Ask Me Anything on our reader forum right now.

Martin Caron, King of Poutine

: He's one of the fastest 40-44 males around, off a background in Flambe, Bowling and Badminton.

Sebastian Kienle On His 2019 Equipment Changes

: Sebi made some non-traditional equipment decisions for 2019. Halfway thru the season, how are they working out?

So close and yet so far away

: Sarah True had a 7 minute lead with one km to go in Frankfurt, but what seemed to be a sure win, a Kona slot and money in the bank ended up with True being carried off the course 700 meters from the ...

Opportunity knocked and Kevin Denny responded

: Kevin Denny had the opportunity to jump late into the Dirty Kanza 200 and had a blast. We had a chat with this Every Man Jack triathlete about that experience and much more.

Suzy McCulloch Serpico had an EPIC adventure

: Maryland resident Suzy McCulloch Serpico recently completed the EPIC5 event in Hawaii - 5 Iron distance events in 5 days on 5 different islands, and we had a chat with her about it.

Nathan Killam is a man of many talents

: Canadian pro Nathan Killam is not just a one trick pony, he is thinking and racing outside the box and we had a chat with this man who also fights fires.

Axel Reusch was a good human during 70.3 St. George

: German age grouper Axel Reusch traveled far to race 70.3 St. George, but when he witnessed an athlete who had fallen during the bike segment he stopped to assist, while others did not.

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