The latest Olympic triathlon news and information.
Denise Fejtek took on every kind of physical challenge in becoming the first woman to summit Mount Everest and finish the Ironman World Championship.
Champion off-road triathlete Lesley Paterson is branching out to mountain biking, while also juggling her career as a screenwriter, actress and coach, writes Doug Williams.
National Park Service and local authorities have confirmed that a Las Vegas man died of unknown causes during the swim leg of the Pumpkinman Triathlon at the Lake Mead National Recreation Area in Nevada Saturday morning.
Once the quirky domain of super athletes, triathlons have hit the mainstream and brought along an increasing number of deaths. What's happening? There are no simple answers.
Triathlete.com offers up 100 things to know while watching the upcoming Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii.
Belgium's Frederik Van Lierde won the Ironman World Championship on Saturday, running down the leaders and bursting into the lead with less than 10 miles to go.
World-class triathlete Caitlin Snow was instantly attracted to the difficulty of the sport when she saw an old Ironman video as a kid, and the infatuation has only grown deeper.
Former off-road triathlon world champion Shonny Vanlandingham is showing no signs of slowing down, writes Doug Williams.
Toughness, drive and smarts propel paratriathlete Matt Perkins as he chases his sixth world championship, writes Doug Williams.
You wouldn't think slower would be better for a triathlete, but adjusting to the relaxed pace in Spain has helped Sarah Groff as she takes a new approach to training.
Olympic triathlete Sarah Groff says all athletes -- regardless of level -- should set race goals and find a sense of fulfillment at the finish line.
Jennie Finch finishes the 'incredible,' 'cool,' 'awesome' Aquaphor New York City Triathlon ahead of schedule and starts to consider another go.
In the quest to train for the ITU cross triathlon world championships -- with a job and a kid and a spouse - Kim Cross learns you have a lot to gain by losing.
Jackie MacMullan tells the story of a racing father and his disabled son who conquered more than 1,000 races together and will accept the Jimmy V Perseverance award at the 2013 ESPYS.
Jennie Finch got in one last successful dress-rehearsal sprint tri before she and her family leave for this weekend's Aquaphor New York City Triathlon.