This 106-mile race in the Alps is not for the faint of heart.
Hailstorms, no water, and a dying cell phone meant Dawn Rohde was in serious trouble. Following these tips helped her stay calm and get out.
“[I] feel we showcased our sport in the right way, hopefully showing young athletes it’s not always dog-eat-dog.”
Greg Armstrong broke the Last Vol State 500K course record in his trusty pair of Tevas—but you probably shouldn’t follow his footwear lead.
Two participants using daily-use wheelchairs received special racing chairs after finishing the 15K in less than 2 hours and 15 minutes.
Virginia native Roy Englert shaved nearly eight minutes off the previous mark at the USATF Masters Outdoor Championships.
Are you a regular runner or coach keen to learn more about how to avoid running injuries and get the most from your running? Are you confused by the variety of advice and information out there about injury prevention for runners?
Wineries the world over have found a way to combine two of the best things on the planet by hosting races through vineyards followed by a boozy afterparty. Mix the excitement of a race with a scenic wine country backdrop and an excuse to travel, and it's a trifecta of reasons to get in shape. Oh yeah, and did we mention you get to drink wine?
A new event will see triathletes complete a course from Eton Dorney Lake near Windsor Castle to the coast at Brighton.
Get stoked on one of these five championship alternatives—and get to work.
Challenging and unique iron-distance tris that put their own twist on 140.6.
If you're looking for a trendy meal replacement drink, you've probably heard of Soylent, meal supplements popular with people who want no-fuss nutrition with a feel-good vibe.
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.