Stacked Bahrain Endurance 13 Team Adds Another Olympic Hopeful

February 13th, 2020 by Kevin Mackinnon | Posted in Feature, News | No Comments »

The 2020 Bahrain Endurance 13 roster includes a who’s who of the sport’s Olympic- and long-distance elite.


Kona podiums set for rematch at Challenge Roth

February 11th, 2020 by Kevin Mackinnon | Posted in Feature, News, Racing | No Comments »

Canadians Cody Beals and Rachel McBride will join an incredibly competitive field at Challenge Roth this summer that includes both Ironman world champions.


Russia dominates ITU Winter World Championships

February 10th, 2020 by Kevin Mackinnon | Posted in Feature, News, Racing | No Comments »

Pavel Andreev took his eighth world title, while Daria Rogozina led another Russian podium sweep at this weekend’s ITU Winter Triathlon World Championships in Asiago, Italy. Rogozina skis to the win Norway’s Marte Katrine […]


Aernouts and Simmonds dominate in Dubai

February 7th, 2020 by Kevin Mackinnon | Posted in Feature, News | No Comments »

Belgium’s Bart Aernouts showed the form that took him to second in Kona a few years ago, while Imogen Simmonds lived up to her role as the pre-race favourite as the pair took convincing […]


The Nike Air Zoom Alphafly Next % is here, and it’s legal (probably)

February 6th, 2020 by Triathlon Magazine | Posted in Feature, Gear, News | No Comments »

Nike’s domination of the elite marathon and triathlon scene appears like it will continue based on the announcement today of a number of new shoes.


Will prototype shoes be banned from triathlon racing?

February 6th, 2020 by Kevin Mackinnon | Posted in Gear, News, Run Gear, Run Shoes | No Comments »

The International Triathlon Union technical committee is discussing the recent World Athletics ban on prototype shoes and new standards – a decision is expected soon.


Ironman 70.3 Dubai preview: First leg of the Million Dollar Triple Crown

February 5th, 2020 by Kevin Mackinnon | Posted in News, Racing | No Comments »

A number of the sport’s biggest names won’t be on the start line this weekend for the first leg of the Nasser Bin Hamad Triple Crown.


PTO Renews Interest in Acquiring Ironman

February 4th, 2020 by Kevin Mackinnon | Posted in News | No Comments »

With its new backer, Michael Moritz and his company Crankstart Investments, the Professional Triathletes Organisation once again looks to acquire Ironman’s “worldwide triathlon and mass participation business.”


Spirig begins Olympic run with win at Israman 113

February 3rd, 2020 by Kevin Mackinnon | Posted in Feature, News, Races & Travel | No Comments »

Nicola Spirig won Olympic gold in 2012 and silver in 2016, both on the back of half-distance races. As she gears up for another medal run in Tokyo, she took this weekend’s Israman 113 […]


Wurf joins Team Ineos to compete at Cycling World Tour Events

January 31st, 2020 by Kevin Mackinnon | Posted in Feature, News | No Comments »

Triathlon’s super-cyclist, Cameron Wurf, will split his duties between cycling WorldTour powerhouse Ineos and triathlon racing this season, joining his new squad at a race in Australia this weekend.