Lionel Sanders overcame a flat tire on the bike to run his way to the 2017 ITU Long Distance world title in Penticton.
Joanna Brown quickly rebounded from a fractured shoulder to win bronze at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Australia.
Following in the footsteps of Canadian triathlon legends Simon Whitfield and Carol Montgomery, Kirsten Sweetland delivered a breakthrough performance to win silver at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. Sweetland had a promising start […]
At the 2011 Ironman 70.3 World Championships in Las Vegas, Jeff Symonds surprised everyone, including himself, by making it onto the podium. “I work part-time at The Bike Barn in Penticton and had put […]
A year after pulling out of the race with a stress fracture, Jan Frodeno returned to Kona in 2019 with a big win and a new course record of 7:51:13.
After making its Olympic debut in 2000, there have been a lot of firsts for the sport of triathlon on the world’s biggest stage. Switzerland’s Brigitte McMahon became the first-ever Olympic champion in Sydney, […]
Tyler Mislawchuk delivered the biggest win of his career at the 2019 Olympic Test Event in Tokyo, out-running a stacked field full of the sport’s elite.
Ryf obliterated the bike course record en route to the fastest time in history on the Big Island.
Wellington’s time of 8:18:13 at the 2011 Challenge Roth is one that has yet to be matched.
Lionel Sanders’ second-place finish at the 2017 Ironman World Championships stands out as one of our performances of the decade.