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The Life of Tri Podcast: Luke Bell

Triathlon Magazine Canada’s collaborative podcast with Phil Wrochna catches up with Ironman and 70.3 star Luke Bell.

Opinion: White cyclists (and triathletes), we must do better

Our sport does not sit outside matters of race and inequality.

No pool? No problem. Open water swim training.

With pools across the country still closed, the good news for triathletes is that lakes are warming up.

Hit the trails – why triathletes should run off-road

The physical and mental benefits of heading off road can revitalize your run training.

Matt Russell’s (Miraculous) Unfinished Comeback

“He doesn’t have 20 minutes.” A year after a near-fatal crash at the Ironman World Championship, Matt Russell returned to finish sixth.

Life of Tri Podcast: Witsup’s Stef Hanson

Phil Wrochna catches up with Stef Hanson, the founder of Witsup.

Canadians can watch ESPN’s “Lance” 30 for 30 documentary

Highly anticipated documentary will air on TSN.

Protect your head: MET’s unique helmet testing process exceeds regular standards

MET’s comprehensive approach to helmet testing and safety is reassuring for any triathlete (or cyclist).

The 7 emotional stages of your first really hot run

The first run of summer can get really, really ugly.

Olympian shares her killer plank routine: Final challenge

Canadian track star Sage Watson’s core routine that focuses on form and takes just minutes to complete.