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VIDEO: Swim out to the coffee boat in Kona

Triathlete takes us out for a swim -- and a cup of coffee -- in Kona.

Hines Ward hits Kona for Ironman training

"I really don't know what the Energy Lab is, but it took all my energy." Newest video from Chocolate Milk Refuel, with Hines Ward training for Saturday's Ironman World Championship, his first Ironman-distance triathlon.

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'The Armstrong Lie'

Trailer for "The Armstrong Lie." The documentary opens Nov. 8th.

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Barefoot Running Club

"You were a heel-striker too before I FOUND you!"

Bird's-eye view of Ironman Nice swim start

A drone camera in Nice, France, delivers one of the coolest videos of an Ironman swim start ever seen.

Chris Solarz, running for simplicity

Chris Solarz hasn't taking the subway to work in more than nine years, choosing that time to run his commute instead. Chris chooses to #RunFor simplicity.

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2013 IRONMAN 70.3 Oceanside Recap

Check out ASICS triathlete Andy Potts taking his 5th win at this year's IRONMAN 70.3 Oceanside. His final sprint to victory was extremely intense, coming from behind in the last leg, destroying his opponents' leads an claiming #1 with a final burst of energy.

Asmeret and her #RunFor family

Asmeret Berhe, a mother of two whose day begins before the world is awake, runs for her family. Every runner has a reason. What's yours?

The runner without a country

Guor Marial went from one Lost Boys of Sudan to running in the 2012 Summer Games as an Independent Athlete and now he wants to become the first ever to represent South Sudan in the Olympics. And a filmaker wants to tell his story.

Lisa and Sally #RunFor each other

At 25, Sally’s husband passed away from an aggressive form of cancer. Grief and depression left her incapacitated. Until she met Lisa. Until she met running.

Steve Bell's reason for running

Steve Bell runs because he knows that someday, he won't be able to. What do you run for?

Pete Jacobs, Matty Reed in Escape From Alcatraz

ASICS athletes at Sunday's Escape From Alcatraz triathlon. Pete Jacobs finished fourth, while Matty Reed came in 13th place.

Mo Farah asked 'Haven't you run before?'

After winning the Rock 'n' Roll New Orleans Half Marathon, a local news anchor asks Mo Farah if he's run before.

Meet the new Timex Ironman Run Trainer

The newest GPS watch from Timex is nearly here. Introducing the new Timex Ironman Run Trainer 2.0 GPS watch.

How young is too young to be running?

The Welch sisters compete in some of the country's top endurance races. They've yet to hit their teens.

Galen Rupp's record attempt at the indoor mile

Galen Rupp tried to set a new American record in the indoor mile at BU's Terrier Invitational over the weekend. And he came oh so close.

Why Lance Armstrong chose now to come clean

Why Lance Armstrong Chose Now to Come Clean About Performance Enhancing Drugs

Meet Ryan Vail

The life of a professional athlete is often thought of as luxurious, pampered and privileged. That is not always the case, however, especially if you are a professional runner.

'He did not come clean in the manner I expected'

Video of Oprah being interviewed about an interview that hasn't even aired yet.

Running around The Mall

Let's all go for a run around The National Mall in DC!

2012 Ironman World Championship video

The NBC recap of the 2012 Ironman World Championship, offering an exclusive look at a race that takes the fittest athletes in the world through a 2.4-mile swim, 112-mile bike ride and 26.2-mile run.

Pete Jacobs: 'I'm here because I want to hurt'

After winning his first ever Ironman World Championship title in Kona, an emotional Pete Jacobs tells his story at the awards banquet, and thanks those who helped to get him to the finish line.

Pete Jacobs and Andy Potts at the Ironman

A great video from ASICS following the overall winner, Peter Jacobs, and top-American finisher Andy Potts at the Ironman World Championship.

Ironman Ali'i Drive Series: Beginning

"The offseason's all about reconnecting with friends, family ... usually we drink a lot." - Mirinda Carfrae

'That's the drug. It's that pain.'

"They always grasp onto that moment, that painful moment. That's the whole reason we do it." The world's best triathletes discuss what they define as strength, and where they find it.

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