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A selection of the latest triathlon news and blog posts.
Spain sweeps gold in the Aquathlon debut at the ANOC World Beach Games - Triathlon.org The day started early in the ANOC World Beach Games in Doha, with both Male and Female athletes competing in the debut of Aquathlon in the event, in what ended up being a golden sunrise for Spain, claiming both gold medals.
Breakfast with Bob Kona 2019: Third Place Sarah Crowley She finished in 3rd two years ago, and put down another great race to finish on the podium again at Kona 2019. Sarah gives Bob Babbitt her impressions of the day, and talked about why this race suits her so well.
Breakfast with Bob Kona 2019: Third Place Sebastian Kienle The 2014 Ironman World Champion had a great day, getting on the podium in Kona again at the 2019 event. Sebi takes Bob Babbitt through his day, and gives his impressions of the race.
Breakfast with Bob Kona 2019: Second Place Lucy Charles-Barclay Bob Babbitt interviews Lucy Charles-Barclay about digging deep during her rollercoster of a race to take second place.
Sarah Crowley "Gave Everything" To Earn Kona Podium Spot Australia's Sarah Crowley shares how her day played out to give her a third-place finish at the Ironman World Championship.
Breakfast with Bob Kona 2019: 2nd Place Timothy O'Donnell Bob Babbitt interviews Timothy O'Donnell, men's second-place finisher, about joining the elite sub-8 group in Kona.
Breakfast with Bob Kona 2019: Women's Winner Anne Haug Bob Babbitt interviews Anne Haug, the 2019 Ironman World Champion.
Breakfast with Bob Kona 2019: Men's Winner Jan Frodeno How does it feel to be back on top? Bob Babbitt interviews 2019 Ironman World Champion Jan Frodeno.
Continued Expansion of the DCR Team: Hello P3! So I'm a wee bit behind on this, and those of you following The Girl's Instagram will notice as such, but - we recently unboxed a new addition to the DCR Family: P3. She joined her two sisters two weekends ago. Everyone is doing well, and she's already been logging time on the bike in the last few weeks.
Lucy Charles-Barclay Rallies to Earn Kona Runner-Up for Third Year Great Britain's Lucy Charles-Barclay led most of the day at the 2019 Ironman World Championship.
Ironman World Championships: Lucy Charles-Barclay second as Anne Haug wins British triathlete Lucy Charles-Barclay agonisingly finishes second at the Ironman World Championships in Hawaii for the third year in a row.
Kona Daily Minute - We Take A Quick Look At How It Unfolded Can't make it to the Big Island? Follow our daily Kona recaps as our editors take a look at the 2019 Ironman World Championships. You can also catch up on this week's action in our recaps from Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, and Day 4. Got more than a minute? Check out the rest of our extensive Kona coverage!
In Kona, Expect the Unexpected We all thought we knew what would happen, but Kona once again proved to be predictably unpredictable. It was a race we all thought was sewn up, long before the gun had even gone off, but Kona once again proved to be predictably unpredictable.
Anne Haug on Ironman Experience, Fast Running, and Kona Victory The German put together a 54:09 swim, a 4:50:18 bike, and a 2:51:07 marathon to claim her first Ironman world title in 8:40:10.
Jan Frodeno Talks Gratitude, Bike Tactics, and Kona Record The now three-time Ironman world champion has a new appreciation for racing success after a tough couple of years.
Fast Can Always Be Faster Last year was all about the conditions, 2019 was all about the competition. We all said that Ironman World Championships 2018 would be the "asterisk year"-the one with records that would never be beat. On top of that, last year's men's podium seemed like a strong, safe bet to repeat in 2019.
Tim O'Donnell Earns Best Kona Finish of Career The American had a rough lead up to the 2019 Ironman World Championship, but he persevered and turned in a stellar race to finish second in 7:59:40.
Heather Jackson Thrilled to be Back in Kona Top Five After a tough performance in 2018, American Heather Jackson put together a solid all-around performance on Saturday to earn the fourth top-five Kona finish of her Ironman career.
A Dramatic Day: The 2019 Ironman World Championship Pro Races In Photos It was a dramatic day in Kona with Jan Frodeno and Anne Haug taking the victories. Enjoy these 2019 Ironman World Championship photos!
Anne Haug Earns First Ironman World Championship Title Last year's third-place finisher Anne Haug used a 2:51:07 marathon to earn the first Ironman world title of her career on a day that saw four-time winner Daniela Ryf struggle from start to finish.
Jan Frodeno Claims Third Ironman World Title, Kona Course Record On a dramatic day at the 2019 Ironman World Championship, Germany's Jan Frodeno returned to the top of the podium in course-record style. He becomes the fourth male to win three Kona titles. As he did in 2018, Australia's Josh Amberger led a front group of nine out of Kailua Bay, this time with a split of 47:28.
Germans Top the Podium at the 2019 Vega IRONMAN World Championship Jan Frodeno returns to dominance while Anne Haug upsets a four-year trend in the women's race.
Kona Bike Count 2019 Power Meter Analysis: 10 Years of Data Once again, it's time for the big dance that is Kona. Or more technically - the Vega Ironman World Championships. It's when the fastest long-course triathletes in the world gather on a small island to collectively consume more electrolyte-filled drinks and gel packets in a day than more cities could ever down.
Aquathlon set to make its debut at the Doha Beach Games - Triathlon.org Best Aquathletes of the world head now to Doha, Qatar, for the debut of the sport in the inaugural World Beach Games, set to take place in the pristine beach of Katara, on the northern shores of Doha.
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