Jeff Fairbanks is planning to complete a three-week string of 21 triathlons—all at the half-Ironman distance of 70.3 miles—in 14 states along the East Coast to raise awareness about the rank and file of the triathlon sport.
Tim Johnson became the first to pedal up the the 7.6-mile road to the summit of Mt. Washington in winter, conquering ice-covered pavement, gusting winds and a relentless grade while also reaching some profound emotional depths.
A former Wall Street analyst who took up cycling at age 26, Evie Stevens, powered to the top of the sport in a few short years. After setting a new women’s world one-hour record last month, Stevens has her focus set on the Olympic Games in Rio.