Gwen Jorgensen became the first woman to win six career ITU World Triathlon Series events, topping the field Saturday at Grant Park.
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.
Olympian Gwen Jorgensen became the first U.S. woman to win a World Triathlon Series event Friday at the Omegawave event in Mission Beach.
The World Triathlon Corporation's board of directors has decided to leave in place a rule that suspends Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong from participating in Ironman events.
Organizers of Ironman France say Lance Armstrong can no longer compete in the triathlon this month after the U.S. anti-doping agency filed new charges that he doped as a Tour de France cyclist.
Britain's Jonathan Brownlee, showing little rust from seven months away from competition, pulled away on the run and captured the ITU World Triathlon San Diego on Saturday with a time of 1 hour, 48, minutes 46 seconds.
Laura Bennett made the U.S. Olympic team with a third-place finish at the ITU World Triathlon San Diego.
Lukas Verzbicas won the junior title at the world triathlon championships on Sunday, fulfilling his goal of winning the gold medal in honor of his cancer-stricken friend and teammate.
World triathlon champion Tim Don of Britain was suspended for three months Friday for missing three out-of-competition drug tests in 18 months, a violation that bars him from the Olympics.
USA Triathlon said Monday that it will no longer sanction events owned by the World Triathlon Corp. and Ironman North America, citing safety and fairness concerns.
Heather Lendway and Steven Mantell won the USA Triathlon Olympic-Distance National Championships on Saurday at the Milwaukee Art Museum and Discovery World.
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.
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.
Jennie Finch took it easy with her triathlon training as she enjoyed the scene at the Women's College World Series, tornado scare aside.
Lukas Verzbicas is trying to make good on a promise he made to himself to get back to the top of the triathlon world, Liz Hichens writes.