Just a month after becoming a dad, American Ben Hoffman had a top finish in Kona, then followed that up with the fastest American Ironman time and a 2:36 marathon at Ironman Florida.
Canada’s Samantha McGlone won the first Ironman 70.3 World Championship in 2006, with Lisa Bentley taking the silver medal in Clearwater, Florida.
What happens in Kona doesn’t stay in Kona: Informative and entertaining race reports from Ryf, Sanders, Brownlee, True and Amberger
A look at some of the post-race reports from some of the pre-race favourites at the Ironman World Championship, including Josh Amberger’s run at a new career as a stand-up comedian.
Two of Canada’s most successful professional triathletes over the last decade, Heather and Trevor Wurtele, have retired from professional triathlon.
Jen Annett had pulled out all the stops for this year’s Ironman World Championship. She travelled to Kona two weeks ahead of the race to acclimatize. Her goal was a top-10 finish – after […]
After finishing second two years in a row to Daniela Ryf, Great Britain’s Lucy Charles-Barclay, who we featured on the cover of our July issue this year, decided she was going to take a […]
Germany is crazy about its Ironman competitors, but despite the fact that the country has a rich history of men’s champions, it wasn’t until yesterday that we saw a women’s champion from Germany. That […]