Spencer Smith: Triathlon today is too dividedRead more
22Triathlon Chats with the three-time ITU world champ about triathlon's growing recognition, the Olympics and his all-time hero, Mark Allen
Plenty to Crow About at GeelongRead more
The multi world champion is back on top of the podium, while an Olympic-distance star sounds a warning on a hot and windy day in Geelong.
Filmmakers to create first feature-length documentary film of the iconic Boston Marathon The Boston Athletic Association (B.A.A.) announced today that it has entered into an agreement with LA Roma Films, to produce “Boston” the first ever feature-lengthRead more
Helle Frederiksen targets 70.3 success over Rio 2016 qualification Danish Olympian, Helle Frederiksen, states her hunger to achieve success at the 70.3 distance as she confirms her "Olympic dream is now complete"Read more
Challenge Almere-Amsterdam to host 2014 ETU European Long Distance Triathlon ChampionshipsRead more
The European Triathlon Union (ETU) and Challenge Family announced Challenge Almere-Amsterdam will host the 2014 ETU European Championship Long Distance Triathlon Championships.
HITS Triathlon Series to Debut in the Midwest, Adds Waconia, Minnesota to 2014 Race ScheduleRead more
HITS Triathlon Series announced today that they will enter the Midwest racing scene August 16-17, 2014 in Waconia, Minnesota. Since the launch of HITS Triathlon Series in 2011, Race Director Mark H. Wilson
Petreus and Hauschildt Take Victories at Inaugural Challenge Laguna Phuket Rasmus Petræus (DEN) showed his strength over the middle distance taking his second Challenge Family title at Challenge Laguna Phuket today in 4:05:06Read more
Weiss and Joyce Crowned In Cozumel Michael Weiss (AUS) used his bike prowess and a solid run, while Rachel Joyce (GBR) exploited her strong foot speed to win the fifth edition of Ford IRONMAN Cozumel.Read more