2019 IRONMAN World Champion Anne Haug is a proven big race performer, still driven to achieve even more
The modern-day GOAT stands at the pinnacle of long-distance triathlon after a glittering career.
The multi-talented British ace is a trailblazer as she looks to showcase her talents at all distances.
Arguably the greatest Olympic distance triathlete of his generation and a British sporting hero.
The Swiss superstar is one of the most successful long-course triathletes in the sport’s history.
The Olympic Champion has the triathlon world at his feet after an incredible year in 2021.
The sky really is the limit for Great Britain’s Kat Matthews as the British Army Physiotherapist Officer seemingly improves with every race
Lionel Sanders has become a global standard bearer for the sport of triathlon with his ‘No Limits’ mantra.
The Olympic Champion wrote her name into Bermudian folklore with that brilliant victory in Tokyo.
The brilliant New Zealander and is one of THE bright hopes for the future of short-course elite triathlon.
Gold and silver medals at the Tokyo Olympics delivered on the rich ability Georgia has always displayed.
One of the brightest young talents in triathlon after claiming Olympic gold and silver in Tokyo.
The American has announced herself on the world stage as a potential star of the future.
Joe Skipper really is ‘No Average Joe’ and is ready to challenge for IRONMAN World Championship honours as one of the leading British men on the IRONMAN scene.
One of short-course triathlon’s brightest young stars and likely to be a big French hope at Paris 2024.
The most decorated athlete in Olympic triathlon history and a true icon of the sport.
A model of consistency, British star Coldwell is now a regular contender at the business end of WTCS races.
Double IRONMAN 70.3 World Champion and the 2022 IRONMAN World Champion is widely regarded as one of the very best in the sport.
Always ready to race, Emma Pallant-Browne is still improving and ready to challenge the best in the sport
Part of the ‘next generation’ of triathlon superstars, Rudy Von Berg is continuing the family dynasty in the sport of triathlon in some style
She may have been a later starter to the sport, but Laura Phillip is making up for lost time in some style
The German wrote his name into triathlon history with epic back-to-back victories in Kona.
Scottish star Potter is now right up there with the best short-course triathletes in the world.
A supremely talented short-course star who is now looking to translate those skills to longer distances too.
Mixed Relay gold in Tokyo took the British triathlete’s short-course career to a new level in a stellar 2021.
Britain’s five-time paratriathlon world champion has been brilliant ever since taking up the sport.
No stranger to adversity in her life, Skye Moench is as tough as they come and a challenger for the podium every time she races
An IRONMAN and IRONMAN 70.3 World Champion, the German is one of the sport’s most popular figures.
With a 70.3 World Championship podium already, ‘Little Metz’ – Jeanni Metzler – is big on performance and getting better every year
Javier Gomez is an all-time triathlon great who is now focussed on long distance racing for the remainder of his career
Silver and bronze medals in Tokyo were just rewards for the elite talents of the American short-course great.
Ben Kanute has proven his abilities across multiple formats of the sport and his best years are yet to come
The five-time Olympian has been a model of consistency and brilliance throughout a storied career.
Strong across all disciplines, Denmark’s Daniel Bækkegård looks set to be one of triathlon’s shining stars of the next decade
The American is one of the most talented and popular triathletes in the world.
The sport of triathlon is dominated by some of the world’s finest endurance athletes, and we profile the very best. From the short-course stars who battle for Olympic triathlon glory every four (sometimes three) years to the Ironman behemoths who race over 140.6miles, we have you covered.
Our profiles look at not only the results the stars have produced down the years, but how they got into the sport and made the journey through junior and sometimes age-group racing. For the keen age-groupers out there, we also detail what triathlon gear the pro stars are using right now, from wetsuits to bikes to running shoes.
In women’s pro racing the great Flora Duffy dominates short-course racing right now after that epic Olympic win in Tokyo last summer. Over longer distances the big three of Lucy Charles-Barclay, Daniela Ryf and Anne Haug are being chased by a group of promising challengers.
In men’s racing the long and short (distances) merge as one with Norwegian Olympic Champion Kristian Blummenfelt and his compatriot, double 70.3 World Champion Gustav Iden. They provide an intriguing challenge to modern-day GOAT Jan Frodeno. Throw in the likes of two-time Olympic Champion Alistair Brownlee and a new generation of short-course stars and you have an intoxicating landscape as we go deeper into 2022, whatever the distance.