On June 9th, Jacob Birtwhistle (AUS) and Georgia Taylor-Brown (GBR) took their first win on the World Triathlon Series in Leeds, UK. On the men’s side, Birtwhistle took down one of the strongest men’s […]
The two-time Olympic gold medallist will make his Ironman distance debut in Cork, Ireland.
This past weekend, Jan Frodeno and Patrick Lange toed the line at events in Germany and Austria. Frodeno got his 2019 season underway at Ironman 70.3 Kraichgau, while Lange went down a distance and […]
Semenya will now likely compete in the 800m at the world championships in September
Long captures his second 70.3 win in the past two weeks, and Carfrae gets back on track after a slow start to 2019 due to illness.
After Alistair Brownlee’s (GBR) win at the ITU World Cup event in Cagliari, Itay, the two-time Olympic gold medallist looks poised to prove his form at WTS Leeds on June 8-9. In his build-up […]
Third time’s a charm for Kienle, while Charles makes it a hat trick at The Championship
“We’ve always said that in Xterra, Mother Nature is your toughest competitor, and while last year’s mud-fest was certainly entertaining, challenging, and even fun for some, it’s not the kind of race experience we want to deliver on our sports biggest day,” said Xterra President, Janet Clark.
On May 28th, Michael Woods (Canada’s top professional cyclist) jokingly posted an Instagram video of himself running on a treadmill with the caption: “Ironman 2024???” View this post on Instagram @ironmantri 2024??? . . […]