Alistair Brownlee, Javier Gomez and Jonathan Brownlee were already favourites, but put in some of the best performances of their already stellar careers to storm the Olympic podium. See the social reaction here.
On the one year anniversary of the titillating women's Olympic race, we take a look back at how it all went down in London town.
Alistair Brownlee came into the Olympic Games as the favourite and the British star did not disappoint as he ran away with Olympic gold. Javier Gomez took silver while Jonathan Brownlee claimed bronze
The Brownlee brothers might be favourites in the men's triathlon competition at the London 2012 Olympic Games, but as history shows, nothing is certain. Here is who to watch for in Hyde Park.
We spoke to some of the athletes who will compete in the Men's Triathlon Competition at the London 2012 Olympic Games, about their pre-race preparations and how the race will pan out in Hyde Park.
The official pontoon draw for the men's triathlon competition at the London 2012 Olympic Games has taken place, with leading men choosing opposing ends of the pontoon for the swim in The Serpentine on Tuesday.
Alistair and Jonathan Brownlee will start as favourites in the London 2012 Olympic Games, but history shows nothing is a certainty in men's triathlon competition. Here's what to watch for in Hyde Park on Tuesday.
It was the closest race in the history of the triathlon competition at the London 2012 Olympic Games, and the stellar finish had social media in a stir. Here we capture the best tweets of the day.
In a nailbiting all-out sprint to the finish, Switzerland's Nicola Spirig edged out Sweden's Lisa Norden in Olympic triathlon's first ever photo finish for the gold. Australia's Erin Densham claimed the bronze.
What the athletes on pre-race preparations, how the race will pan out and their own chances on the Hyde Park course ahead of the Women's Triathlon Competition at the London 2012 Olympic Games.
The women's field has so many potential medallists that it is hard to single out a few, but here is our quick snapshot of who to watch for in Hyde Park on Saturday August 4 with Olympic glory at stake
London 2012 marks the fourth time triathlon has been on the Olympic programme, and this year the field will break new ground. Here are some talking points to watch, in a short and snappy format.
A new Olympic gold medallist will be crowned in the women's triathlon competition on Saturday, so here are some of the contenders and what to watch for in the 1.5km swim, 43km bike and 10km run in Hyde Park.
With under a week to go, it's time to take a look at the triathlon course for the London 2012 Olympic Games, including the long one-lap 1.5km swim, a technically demanding 43km bike leg and a deceptively tough 10km run.