German triathlete Jan Frodeno continues to push the limits of what he can accomplish in the sport. His drive to win is matched only by his dedication to the work that has to be done to achieve his goals. Learn how he set up his 2016 season, how he plans his training, and the best advice he has for age group athletes.
American Andy Potts continues to be one of the most versatile and successful triathletes in the sport. Learn how he and his coach use low mileage run training to prepare for the marathon in Kona and see data from one of his key workouts.
The IRONMAN World Championships demand the best from every racer. Take a look back at some of the top performances we have seen on the Big Island.
Canadian Lionel Sanders had a hard fought ninth place at the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championships. View his bike and run data to see how hard he pushed himself.
The Australian Women’s Pursuit team will be lining up at the Olympic Games with the goal of winning Gold. Along with the hours spent training, their coaches have worked hard analyzing data and creating the right plan for each athlete. Read how the high performance team has been using TrainingPeaks to prepare their athletes to achieve their dream.
British triathlete Joe Skipper placed second behind Germany's Jan Frodeno, who set a new Iron distance World Record at the 2016 DATEV Challenge Roth. For Skipper, it was a day of pushing himself, racing smart, and believing in his fitness. View his bike and run data to see how he paced the race perfectly for a great result.
American Matt Chrabot took the win a the weather modified IRONMAN 70.3 Racine. Read how he handled the weather and view his bike and run file to see what it took for him to win.
Lionel Sanders is known as a strong cyclist and he displayed that again on his way to winning IRONMAN 70.3 Mt. Tremblant. Take a look at his power numbers to see just how hard he goes on race day.
Canadian Lionel Sanders took the win at the 2016 IRONMAN 70.3 North American Pro Championships on Sunday. With a race best bike and run, Sanders took the win by nearly three minutes. View his bike and run data to see how hard he pushed to take the win.
Team ORICA GreenEDGE rider Mathew Hayman took the biggest win of his career winning Paris-Roubaix on Sunday. Hayman got in the early break of 16 riders to save energy and was well positioned when some of the sport's elite caught up. In the final kilometers, Hayman covered attacks, counter-attacked and was able to take the sprint to the line. See his power numbers from the day and learn what it takes to win Paris-Roubaix.