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Top Three Ironman 70.3 Athlete Talks Recovery, Training

Photo by Gregory Rothstein In a sport where most athletes don’t experience great success until their thirties, 27-year-old Lionel Sanders had made a splash in...

Geneva Triathlete Helps Relay Team Win ITU Worlds

The United States received its first gold medal in the ITU Mixed Relay World Championships Sunday, and Ben Kanute from Geneva, Ill. was on...

A Pro Among Us: Elite Triathlete Ben Collins

In a garage in Hyde Park, Ben Collins has transformed himself from a formidable competitor in Olympic distance triathlons into the top-ranked Ironman 70.3...

Eight Athletes Named to First-Ever U.S. Paralympic Triathlon Team

USA Triathlon announced eight paratriathletes who have met the qualification standards and will represent the United States in triathlon’s debut at the Paralympic Games...

What to Know for Your First Triathlon

Triathlons are often viewed as one of the hardest and most expensive forms of racing. Most people believe that they require you to be...

NCAA Approves Triathlon for Women

A vote will be held this week to help push triathlon towards becoming a sponsored NCAA varsity sport. The first step in the process...

A Guide to the 2015 Transamerica Chicago Triathlon

Though hard to imagine now, the Transamerica Chicago Triathlon began in a rather humble fashion in 1983, with approximately 750 triathletes competing in the...

North Shore Tri (part deux)

The weather tried its hardest on Sunday, August 15th to disappoint local triathletes again, but race organizers never wavered as the rain let up...

ITU World Triathlon Chicago Course

The First ever ITU World Triathlon Chicago has announced the course for both the Olympic and sprint distance races. The races will be held...
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Returning Elites to Watch – Chicago Triathlon

Photo by Ali Engin Many athletes choose to repeat courses again to try and crush their own PR, but these triathletes return to crush the...