Here’s a picture of what bikes are on the scene this year, with the data from yesterday’s bike count.
Has anything like this happened before? Not in the women’s field, which is now considerably narrower without the three-time world champion.
TYR takes the speed suit count this year, with 125 up on runner-up Blueseventy.
Behind the scenes video from Thursday’s bike check-in and count.
Chris Lieto indulges Welchy on training with Ryan Hall, and being nicknamed “Mr. Second” by his son.
Welchy talks to the German athlete about age, family, and how long he thinks he’ll race for.
A few soundbites from the top contenders at this year’s pre-race press conference in Kona.
Hawaii Ironman age-group competitor Brandon Perea sat down with LAVA Magazine to talk about this year’s race.
Our Seen and Heard pages of the mag are full of fun facts. Now you can impress your friends with your Big Island knowledge, too.
Stories from the carbo dinner, getting back in the running shoes, and winner picks from a man who’s often right. Our blogger Luis Vargas is back with a Kona update.