An overview of the Ironman World Championship course on Kona, Hawaii
Brotherly love: emotional images of the Brownlees at WTS Cozumel
Tim Heming catches up with GB's favourite tri brothers ahead of the Olympic Games in Rio
GB’s finest defends Olympic title; Jonny is second
220 headed to Gwen’s pre-Olympic training camp in Spain to find out what makes a champion
Make no mistake all 11 of these Iron-distance races are tough, but which is the toughest of all? We crunch some stats to find out...
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Training for your first Ironman triathlon race should not solely be focused on increasing volume while neglecting everything else, says Spencer Smith. Here are his top 10 tips
Your nutrition needn’t go awry when you’re travelling, says Nigel Mitchell. Here are his tips for making good nutritional choices when on the move
The team behind the medal-winning ParalympicGB paratri squad reflects on an historical Games and look towards the future
If you are after swim advice, you could do worse than ask an Olympic legend
Is losing weight the biggest factor when it comes to running faster and is it the lighter the better for triathletes? Andy Bullock explains all
Start optimising your body composition now for the next triathlon season
Will Ryf triumph again? Can Carfrae reconquer? And what of the Brits? Tim Heming pins down his women’s Kona top 10 for 2016…
Frodeno or Kienle? Skipper or Don? Our man Tim Heming predicts who will fill the Kona top 10 come 8th October…
Challenge Roth 2016 was the Frodeno, Ryf and Skipper show as Iron, course and British records were sent tumbling. Matt Baird was there to witness how long-course triathlon’s fastest – and possibly greatest – spectacle took place moment by moment
The older Brownlee brother stands by the notion that hauling brother Jonny to the finish at the World Triathlon Series Grand Final was the quickest way to get him medical attention, and also revealed that he simply said: "I'd have done the same for you" to South African Richard Murray at the line
2015 winner, Clive Kennedy-Burn, provides his course-busting tips to help you master the New Forest Middle Distance Triathlon
Sports watches now let you monitor nearly every physiological variable known to man, from heart rate to calories. But do they improve your triathlon performance, and how accurate are they? Let’s find out…
Features include disc brakes and an enveloping aero frame without seatstays
Are these the ultimate race wheels and worth the massive price tag of £2,299.99 per wheel (yep thats right - near enough £4,600 for your bike) ? Jamie Wilkins takes them for a spin to find out
Discs, deep rims, tubs… Choosing the right race wheels will make or break your bike leg. But how do you pick the set for you? Jay Prasuhn finds out
TomTom’s latest line of wearable tech enables athletes to track levels of body fat, guide themselves home during training and store up to 3GB of music.
Our in-depth guide to bike power meters and their uses for triathletes
A user-friendly bike computer enables you to collect vital ride stats and track your progress. Rob Banino tests and rates 10 of the best
Is a bike computer the best option for you or would a a more expensive gizmo be a better option? Rob Banino discusses the pros and cons and what to look for in a bike computer
When Jamie Wilkins took Revo's new aerobars, which attaches the basebar wing to the front of the grips instead of the back, for a test ride he found himself performing a PB...
Inspired to try swimrun? Make sure you are fully prepared for the sprint distance with this 12 week training plan from endurance sport coach Nicolas Remires.
Getting to grips with the age of social-media in an already complicated multisport world, Martyn Brunt presents the seven deadly sins of online bragging…
Bike gears aren’t just for increasing speed or getting up hills – overgearing and undergearing can also be used as training aids. Mark McKay explains…
Samuel Pictor, winner of 25-29 Male Age-Group at 2016 ITU Duathlon World Championships shares his tips for combining a career and family life with training and competing at a top level
It’s now or never for a personal best – our experts suggest ways to succeed before the race season draws to a close
Feel quite wired after evening training and have trouble sleeping? Here are some tips from leading elite sports sleep coach Nick Littlehales
How to use heart rate monitoring to improve your speed and fitness