Waukesha native and University of Wisconsin graduate Gwen Jorgensen won a World Triathlon Series event in Yokohama, Japan, by 78 seconds in her first competition since her 13-race winning streak was snapped April 9.
A horrible injury prevented him from making the grade for London, but he carved his way up to 20th today with a powerful run.
YOKOHAMA, Japan — Gwen Jorgensen of the United States won the world series triathlon in Yokohama for a consecutive fourth time on Saturday.
2016 U.S. Olympic qualifier Gwen Jorgensen returned to the top of the podium on Saturday at ITU World Triathlon Yokohama, while Joe Maloy, Greg Billington
United States’ Gwen Jorgensen eased to an unprecedented fourth consecutive title at the Yokohama leg of the International Triathlon Union (ITU) World...
Cork's Bryan Keane qualified for the Olympics today for the first time following an excellent display in Yokohama, Japan. The 35-year-old entered...
Ireland's record-breaking team for the Rio Olympics got its newest member on Saturday when triathlete Bryan Keane qualified for the Games on Saturday.