A new event will see triathletes complete a course from Eton Dorney Lake near Windsor Castle to the coast at Brighton.
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Challenging and unique iron-distance tris that put their own twist on 140.6.
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The lowdown on T-Town, host of the first brand-new 140.6 to debut in the United States since Chattanooga made its grand entrance in 2014.
Gerda Steyn became the first woman to break six hours in the up-run race, knocking more than 10 minutes off the previous mark.
Triathlon is a sport that means many things to many people: Some are involved to get in shape, some to find a new challenge, some to change their lifestyle, some to make friends, and for others it’s much more. In conjunction with Two Point Zero USA—a veteran- and female-owned company—we’re presenting four stories of four former Army Rangers who have had their lives transformed by triathlon.
For long-course racers seeking adventure, history, and mystery, head south to the Gran Jaguar half iron-distance triathlon in Tikal—a Mayan UNESCO World Heritage site in Guatemala.
Sport has a habit of creating heroes from the ranks of the previously unknown. In 1982, the young goalkeeper Nigel Spink came from nowhere to help Aston Villa win the European Cup. Two years later, another young English keeper took centre-stage in a European final.
Americans Andy Potts and Sarah Piampiano earned the victories at the 2019 edition of Ironman Brazil in Florianopolis. Potts put together a 45:53 swim, a 4:19:13 bike, and a 2:53:40 marathon to edge out Great Britain’s Will Clarke by four minutes to take the victory in 8:02:57.
Vincent Luis (FRA) claimed his first ever victory in WTS Yokohama to make a serious statement about his intentions to fight for the world title.
Does a little bit of race expo fun mean anything for the Farah-Kipchoge battle at London this weekend?
A construction accident limited Harry McKinstry’s mobility—until he tried a new direction.
The breakthrough could lead to faster times over long distances and allow aging runners to keep up their training later in life.
A triathlon coach from Cardiff has become the first Welshman to complete the world’s toughest, coldest, windiest ultra-distance race by finishing joint fifth at the 6633 Arctic Ultra in Canada.