12 Tons Of Water, Sports Drinks Donated After Cancellation Of NYC TriathlonThe NYC Triathlon will return on July 19, 2020.
5,000 Athletes Take Part In NYC TriathlonAbout 5,000 athletes are in the NYC Triathlon to swim nearly a mile, bike nearly 25 miles and run more than six miles through Central Park.
Thousands Swim, Bike, & Run Their Way To Glory In 2017 New York City TriathlonCBS2's Ali Bauman was at Riverside Park on the Upper West Side where the first leg of the race kicked off at 5:50 a.m.
Triathlete Meets First Responders Who Saved His LifeA Long Island man who nearly died during the New York City Triathlon got the chance on Sunday to meet with the first responders who saved his life.
Triathlete Back In Good Health After Being Saved From Clinical DeathA Long Island man was clinically dead for 11 minutes when his heart stopped during the New York City Triathlon this past summer, but he has defied the odds.
Authorities: NYC Triathlon Participant Revived After Apparent Heart AttackThe man was removed from the water in cardiac arrest and taken to Mount Sinai-St. Luke's Hospital, authorities said.
Triathlete Overcomes Major Hurdles Before Big RaceThousands of athlete’s are gearing up for Sunday’s New York City Triathlon, but one participant in particular had to overcome some major challenges before even starting the course, CBS 2’s Andrea Grymes reported.
Central Park Underwear Run Kicks Off Triathlon WeekendRunners are a common sight in Central Park, but usually, they are wearing more clothes than they were on Friday.
New York City Triathlon To Take Off SundayAfter months of training, Sunday is race day for more than 3,000 people participating in the Aquaphor New York City Triathlon.
Participant Dies After Experiencing 'Distress' At Ironman U.S. ChampionshipConcern over whether participants would get to swim the more than two-mile first leg was outweighed by the fact that one of the participants died after experiencing what race organizers described as distress during the Hudson River swim.
NYPD Proposes Fee On NYC Marathon, Other RacesThe issue centers on so-called "noncharitable athletic parades" with registration fees. The NYPD is thinking about charging the full cost for such work as controlling traffic and shutting down streets.