Four-time Ironman World Champion Daniela Ryf has included starts at two Swiss events in her 2020 schedule.
Daniela Ryf has officially started her preparation for the 2020 season, arriving in St. Moritz over the weekend for a training camp.
Due to stomach problems before and during the race the defending champion could not get her performance as planned.
In a tough race on the Côte d'Azur, Ryf distanced her competitors by more than two minutes.
Another start in 2019, another victory in 2019: Daniela Ryf wins the Trans Vorarlberg Triathlon.
At the legendary Alpe d'Huez Triathlon only five men were faster than Daniela Ryf.
Daniela Ryf wins at her first participation of the Ironman Austria in Klagenfurt.
On 25 July 2019 Daniela Ryf will start for the first time at the TIME Triathlon Alpe d'Huez in France.
For the sixth time in a row Daniela Ryf won the Ironman 70.3 in Rapperswil-Jona.
After her two victories overseas Daniela Ryf is looking forward to the next form test – the race at home in Rapperswil.
Daniela Ryf has today launched a signature line of high performance cycling and triathlon wear in partnership with Swiss company, Scatta.
Daniela Ryf has won the North American Ironman Championships in Texas and secured her qualification for the Ironman World Championship in Hawaii for the sixth time.
With the new partnership Daniela has chosen to swim in the deboer Fjord 1.0 and Flōh 1.0 wetsuits, and the deboer Tsunami swimskin.
Daniela Ryf has started the season with a strong win at Ironman 70.3 Oceanside setting a course record and finishing well ahead of her competitors.
Daniela Ryf, four-time Ironman World Champion, has announced an early start to the season at the Ironman 70.3 Oceanside in the United States.
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California and Texas will be the training and racing base for the first part of the season for four-time Ironman World Champion, Daniela Ryf.
Daniela Ryf has missed out on claiming the title of World Sportswoman of the Year 2018 but she has achieved a number of firsts - first female triathlete and first Swiss woman nominated for the prestigious Laureus World Sports Awards.
Daniela Ryf, four-times Ironman Triathlon World Champion, has announced a global partnership with Scatta, a new Swiss-based company developing technical sports apparel for triathlon, cycling, running and sport-style.
On June 2 she will compete in Rapperswil, Switzerland, over half the Ironman distance and on July 7 at Ironman Klagenfurt, Austria.
Daniela Ryf has been nominated by Laureus for the World Sportswoman of the Year award.
Daniela Ryf has been awarded "Triathlete of the Year 2018" by Swiss Triathon, while her coach, Australian Brett Sutton, was awarded the Lifetime Award.
After an outstanding season, Daniela Ryf was crowned Swiss Sportswoman of the Year 2018.
The outstanding Ironman World Champion, Daniela Ryf, has received another award. She was voted Triathlete of the Year 2018 by the German-speaking triathlon scene.
Daniela Ryf, Ironman world champion, has been nominated for Swiss Sportswoman of the Year 2018, the country's most prestigious sporting award.
Another triumph on Hawaii: Daniela Ryf has claimed her fourth consecutive title at the Ironman World Championship, beating her own course record from 2016 and setting a bike course record.
Daniela Ryf has been training very hard on Maui for the last three weeks and is now in Kona for the season's highlight. Ryf is aiming to win a fourth Ironman title in Hawaii in top form.
Daniela Ryf made history today by winning a fourth world title at the Ironman 70.3 World Championship in South Africa. No triathlete, male or female, has achieved this record.
Daniela Ryf, triple Ironman and 70.3 Ironman world champion, still has two goals this season: to claim her fourth world titles at the 70.3 World Championship in South Africa and Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii.
Triple 70.3 and Ironman World Champion Daniela Ryf remains unbeaten this season after a superior win in Gdynia, Poland yesterday.
Triple Ironman and 70.3 Ironman World Champion Daniela Ryf won the Short Olympic Distance Triathlon in Zurich today. Ryf had a thrilling race with the men as they were both sent on the track at the same time.
Following an impressive win at Ironman Frankfurt earlier this month, Daniela Ryf has confirmed her race schedule for this season, including Ironman 5150 in Zurich on July 28.
Triathlete Daniela Ryf wins the Ironman in Frankfurt with a new track record of 8:38:44 hours.
The 31-year-old will go to the European Championship triathlon in Frankfurt with a score to settle. In 2016 she had to stop the race because the cold conditions on the day.
Daniela Ryf received a special sports prize in Schönenwerd, Solothurn.
New commitment for Daniela Ryf: The 31-year-old from Solothurn will join a newly founded Breitling triathlon squad.
Over the past six weeks, Ryf has undergone intensive trainings, including numerous longer units on the bike as well as on the swimming and running course.
Talented young Swiss triathletes will benefit from a new initiative implemented...