Elbaman gallery

With a swim in the turquoise Tyrrhenian Sea, a rolling bike in the Tuscan Archipelago and a marathon run through the resort of Marina di Campo, the Elbaman is the jewel in the Italian triathlon crown. Advertisement Held since 2005 and annually sold-out months in advance, the setting for the Elbaman is Elba, Italy’s third-largest […]

European Outdoor Film Tour set for UK

From Saturday 31 October to Thursday 12 November 2015, the Mammut/GORE-TEX European Outdoor Film Tour (E.O.F.T.) will be visiting UK shores. The UK tour will visit London, Bristol, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Sheffield, Manchester and Birmingham. Advertisement Marking its 15th anniversary, the E.O.F.T. will be headlined by a short film extreme alpinist Tamara Lunger, alongside a wide […]

Strava Insights reveals worldwide running and cycling stats

Strava users can now compare themselves and their fellow countrymen with others across the globe with the release of the new Strava Insights data.   Advertisement The visualisation platform shows the fitness habits of similar communities in twelve major world cities, namely Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, London, Los Angeles, Melbourne, Milan, New York, Paris, San Francisco, […]

Turkey prepares for first Ironman event

With annual World and European Cups, and the European Championships in 2013, the Olympic-distance side of triathlon has established itself a foothold in Turkey. For athletes going longer, however, the tri scene has long been berefit of races. Advertisement That’s all set to change on 25 October when the Ironman juggarnaut rocks up in Turkey […]

Giant unveil new Trinity tri bikes

Major bike brand Giant has launched its all-new Trinity triathlon bikes this week in Hawaii during the build-up to Saturday’s Ironman World Champs. The new range of composite triathlon bikes includes two series: Trinity Advanced Pro and Trinity Advanced. Advertisement A fully UCI-legal time trial version of the new bike, the Trinity Advanced Pro TT, […]

Astronaut sets tri fitness challenge for UK students

A triathlon-styled challenge, set by British European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut Tim Peake, and funded by the UK Space Agency, was announced today at a World Space Week event attended by 175 children and hosted by the Cool Aeronautics team. Named the Space to Earth Challenge, it’s one of a number of educational opportunities on […]

Jan Frodeno wins Ironman World Championship

Jan Frodeno became the first Olympic champion to win the Ironman World Championship with a dominating triumph in Hawaii. Advertisement The German, who had already won the Ironman European title in Frankfurt in July and the World 70.3 crown in August, confirmed his status as the best long-distance triathlete in the world by posting a […]

Daniela Ryf claims Kona victory

Daniela Ryf delivered the biggest margin of victory since all-conquering Chrissie Wellington in 2009 to claim her first Ironman World Championship title in Hawaii in 8:57:57.  Advertisement The Swiss triathlete dominated as she has done throughout an unbeaten season to beat Britain’s Rachel Joyce by 13:02mins with Australia’s Liz Blatchford rounding out the podium.  “I […]

November issue now on sale – the hottest tri gear for 2016

This month in 220 Triathlon magazine we’re giving you the lowdown on all the best new bike gear to expect for the 2016 season: from concept bikes, to helmet sensors to a near-silent turbo trainer (neighbours rejoice!) we’ve got it covered.  Advertisement Also in this month’s issue:  Tackling the track: the benefits of track cycling sessions […]

Emma Pallant and Ben Dijkstra win World Duathlon titles

Emma Pallant and Ben Dijkstra both took home gold medals for GB at the ITU World Duathlon Championships in Adelaide over the weekend, with Mark Buckingham also taking a bronze.   Advertisement Pallant won gold in the elite women’s event, finishing ahead of Ai Ueda of Japan and Sandra Levenez, the defending champion from France. […]