Oct. 18 marks the 50th anniversary of Bob Schul winning gold in the 5,000 meters at the 1964 Tokyo Olympics, capping one of the greatest seasons in U.S. track and field history for the supremely conditioned runner, writes Doug Williams
Olympic triathletes Gwen Jorgensen and Sarah Groff are 1-2 atop the world rankings and aiming to win Team USA's first triathlon gold medal in Rio, writes Doug Williams.
Heather Lendway and Steven Mantell won the USA Triathlon Olympic-Distance National Championships on Saurday at the Milwaukee Art Museum and Discovery World.
Pioneering triathlete Russ Jones is approaching 40 years in the sport and shows no signs of slowing down due to age, writes Doug Williams.
Olympic gold medalist Emma Snowsill has retired from competitive triathlon at age 33.
Apolo Ohno was once the best short-track speedskater in the world, but he's now challenging himself with the intricacies and difficulties of triathlons, writes Doug Williams.
Gwen Jorgensen became the first woman to win six career ITU World Triathlon Series events, topping the field Saturday at Grant Park.
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.
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 got in one last successful dress-rehearsal sprint tri before she and her family leave for this weekend's Aquaphor New York City Triathlon.
Jennie Finch is finalizing her wardrobe and fine-tuning her transitions during the home stretch of her training for the Aquaphor New York City Triathlon.
Jennie Finch spent a whirlwind day in the Big Apple to meet her coach, do a spin class and yoga, and learn about the Aquaphor New York City Triathlon course.
Jennie Finch is deep into her training for the Aquaphor New York City Triathlon and tested her skills by completing a full trial run last week, surprising herself with the results.
Jennie Finch is back from the Women's College World Series and pushing harder than ever in her triathlon training. She's also facing her fear of the open water.
Gwen Jorgensen took a chance on a new sport in 2010 and never looked back. Three years later, the retired accountant and 2012 Olympian is the top-ranked woman in the World Triathlon Series.
Jennie Finch took it easy with her triathlon training as she enjoyed the scene at the Women's College World Series, tornado scare aside.