Mont-Tremblant Readies for Championship RacingRead more
Nestled in the rolling Laurentian Mountains about an hour and a half outside of Montreal, Mont-Tremblant is a fairy-tale-like village brimming with European charm.
Former World Champions Face off in New HampshireRead more
IRONMAN 70.3 racing returns to the New England in the American Northeast for one of the most admired races in the series. The weekend long family festival commences
The Real Reason Athletes Dope It’s been a tough month for dopers—in all sports. Last week, Alex Rodriguez was suspended for 200 games based on “non-analytic” evidence of dopingRead more
Meaning And on the 355th day…. I rested. Taper for Ironman can be a tricky thing. I know myself well enough to know that a 10 day linear taper tends to work well for me...Read more
Limited Edition Kona Kinvara!Read more
For the first time ever, Saucony is offering an ultra exclusive, limited edition, Kona Kinvara 4 to age groupers competing at Kona.
Texas judge pushing Lance Armstrong to come clean on his dopingRead more
A Texas judge is pushing Lance Armstrong closer to his first sworn testimony on details of his performance-enhancing drug use, ordering the cyclist to answer questions
International field prepares to race XTERRA England Championships One of the biggest English triathlon events of the year will descend on the usually-quiet fields and trails of the Vachery Estate in leafy Cranleigh, Surrey this weekend – as the XTERRA World TriathlonRead more
Study Damps Concerns About Heart Damage From Extreme Exercise New data from Tour de France cyclists finds that those athletes live an average of six years longer than their counterparts in the general population and die from heart-related ailments less oftenRead more