Mark Allen celebrates Women’s History Month by looking ahead to the all-female IMWC in Kona in 2023.
What is it like to watch Arena Games Triathlon as a spectator? John Levison reports on his experience in Munich
What will triathlon look like when racing starts again? Here’s a view on the short-term future of our sport from one of the UK’s leading event organisers
The sport of triathlon made unwanted headlines this weekend in The Sunday Times – how it reacts now to those allegations is key
An XTRI event is much more than an individual challenge. Caroline Livesey provides a fantastic insight into the ‘truly special’ role of the support crew
“Days like this provide memories that last a lifetime” – in her own words, here is the Norseman Xtreme Triathlon report of XTRI World Champion, Lucy Gossage
2019 is a ‘transition year’ for Alice Hector. Elite triathlon medals are the immediate goal, but the world of ultra-running is in her sights…
The raw, honest and open account by Nina McArthur of how the triathlon family has kept her alive – and why you need to #keeptalking
Switzerland’s Daniela Ryf was already the best – but right now, she is in her best form ever. Can anyone stop the ‘Andy Bird’ from more World Championship success this year? Highly unlikely…
Your Editor had lost his swimming mojo well over a year ago, but the introduction of the London Classics came along at just the right time…
How do you ‘retire’ from top level sport – successfully – when you have qualified for Kona in your final race? Matt Molloy has managed that transition well.
Jet Set Super Vet Stuart Lumb is back – and this time he’s been taking on another overseas sportive on the island of Mallorca
Is The Slateman one of Wales’ best kept triathlon secrets? Paul Hayward took on the ‘Savage’, finished a broken man… but reports on a ‘special’ event
Jonathan Brownlee, Non Stanford and Vicky Holland are back for ITU World Triathlon Yokohama. Blair Cartmell previews the race and predicts the podiums…
Boardman Bikes and Brownlee brothers have gone their separate ways. We take at look at the similarities in their development and ask, is it the right time?
Stuart Lumb, our resident ‘Jet Set Super Vet’ (JSSV) returned to Belgium recently for his second go at the Tour of Flanders. Here is his De Ronde report
One day in, what does Super League Triathlon mean for the future of the sport? Former Scottish Triathlon Lead Coach, Blair Cartmell, gives his thoughts
Sport really can change lives. Nicky Dick explains how the ‘Luvverly Ladies of Matlock’ did something extraordinary and made lots of people very proud
Will the introduction of Super League Triathlon be good for the sport? I asked several experienced industry experts for their views.