Sun Feb 10 2008:
At the 2008 Snap Ironman 70.3 Geelong triathlon, Leon Griffin (AUS) and 70.3 World Champion Mirinda Carfrae (AUS) utilized their cycling prowess to capture the titles at this new Australian 70.3 race.
Sun Jan 20 2008:
Reinaldo Colucci (BRA) led from start to finish on his way to win the 2008 edition of the 70.3 Pucon triathlon. In the women's race Heather Gollnick (USA) grabbed the title with the fastest run.
Mon Jan 07 2008:
Falconhead Capital announced the acquisition of three San Diego-based companies, confirming the story which appeared on Slowtwitch.com's front page on the 19th of December. Slowtwitch engaged in a Q& ...
Wed Dec 19 2007:
The sale of Triathlete and Competitor Magazines, as well as Elite Racing, owner of many of North America's largest footraces, appears imminent. Both magazines are part of a blockbuster deal that ...
Sun Dec 02 2007:
The season endening triathlon World Cup turned out to be historic, as Hirokatsu Tayama became the first Japanese athlete to win a Triathlon World Cup and Nicola Spirig of Switzerland grabbed her ...
Fri Nov 30 2007:
We have followed the 2007 Ironman World Championships via the internet on race day, discussed it feverishly in the forum and checked out all kinds of websites and magazines since. Now we'll get to ...
Thu Nov 29 2007:
Several people had thrown around the idea of a Triathlon specific festival / trade show, but to this day this has not really happened. It now appears that Trifest 2008 in Tucson, Arizona will step up ...
Mon Nov 26 2007:
Jonas Colting won the 2007 Ultraman Triathlon World Championships, and Shanna Armstrong earned her 4th title of this 6.2 mile swim, 261.4 mile bike and 52.4 mile run event. Top 5 results.
Sat Nov 10 2007:
Andy Potts (USA) outsprinted Oscar Galindez in the last few hundred yards to earn his first World Championship title and in the women’s race Mirinda Carfrae (AUS) outran her competition en route to ...
Sun Nov 04 2007:
The mens and womens races played out in similar fashion, with strong run performances coming out of a well organized breakaway that gained massive time on a temperate but windy day down in Mexico.
Mon Oct 29 2007:
Jordan Rapp, Slowtwitch tech whiz on weekdays, long distance tri whiz on weekends, conquered the five specialties (swim, bike, run, nutrition, navigation) to win the Soma Triathlon in 4:01:46.