When the pro triathlete in your life wants quinoa, try this recipe, courtesy of the executive chef at a Mauna Lani Bay Hotel & Bungalows in Kona, Hawaii.
Will Dibens or Lieto steal the Kona crowns this year? We deliver the 411 on who to look for at this year’s finish line.
The winners ensured more than mere solemn ceremony at this year’s award banquet at King Kamehameha’s Kona Beach Hotel.
Every year, on the day before the World Championships, the bike industry movers and shakers tally up what triathletes are rolling into the transition area. Here are this year’s results.
A NASA engineer looks to history for his take on this year’s weather, reminding us all that even the worst can bring out the best.
Two of the Kona 2010 female champs talk about sore legs, sponsorship, and looming 70.3′s. Before she can duck out of the party, Dibs issues Mirinda yet another challenge: this time involving a race with even more ups and downs.
Triathlon’s “Rat Pack” (Samantha McGlone, Belinda Granger, and Chris McDonald) entertain Welchy with topics ranging from fine red wines and sub-4:00 marathons, to painful races in Kona and moving to Arizona.
Second-place champ Andreas Raelert and his countryman Thomas Hellriegel talk to Greg about their placements in Kona, the new WTC points system, and returning to Germany for Christmas.
Chris McCormack breaks Andreas Raelert in the final mile to take his second Ironman World Championship.
Australia’s Mirinda Carfrae ran down uber-bikers Julie Dibens and Caroline Steffen to take the Kona crown in 8:58:36.