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After a week of terrible weather, race day put up a perfect day for racing and fast times to boot. Although the morning was fresh, the ocean was calm unlike the previous days where there were people surfing out there. With such a star-studded field in both the male and female pro fields, the race [...]
By Guy Crawford Albany is another secret spot hidden away in Western Australia’s South Coast. It’s stunning country side and coast line make it the ideal home of the Albany Half . Event Directors Dale and Scott invited us down for the inaugural event and this is how the day unfolded. Race morning rolled around [...]
After a false start at Mandurah 70.3 recently Annabel Luxford has shown her class in Canberra by winning the Ironman 70.3. Luxford lead from start to finish with only Kiwi Sydneysider and also former ITU triathlete Anna Cleaver giving her some competition on the day. Cleaver, a former NZ national swimmer, was hot on Luxford’s [...]
The pro fields for this weekend’s Ironman 70.3 in Canberra are stronger than recent years. We should see some very tight racing this weekend and the race is very hard to pick. Defending their titles will be Tim Reed and Lisa Marangon. Up against them are a large number of very good pros. Marangon finished [...]
Jordan Rapp won the inaugural Ironman New York with a dominating bike /run combo. The New York run was tough and only Rapp went under three hours. This run saw many of the athletes falter and some like Trevor Wurtle capitalise on others struggles. Wurtle ran past a number of guys on his way to [...]
There will be a number of Australians looking to beat Chris ‘Macca’ McCormack to the punch and ensure they are not ‘Lanced’ at today’s (Sat US time) Ironman 70.3 Hawaii. In a stacked field Australian Ollie Whistler will be looking to test himself against the great man, while fellow Australian Greg Bennett (yes we know [...]
Josh Amberger and Mary Beth Ellis both led from the start and were never headed today in Singapore. Whilst Ellis was on her own for the whole race Amberger did have three other guys with him until the run. Along with Amberger was Denis Vasiliev, Dylan McNiece and Christian Kemp in a group of four [...]
Just a quick look at the pros down to race this weekend in at the Aviva Ironman 70.3 Singapore Triathlon 2012. Good luck to the Aussies and Kiwis racing over there. 2010 Ironman WA champion Kate Bevilaqua posted a second at the recent New Zealand 70.3 and should be one of the short odds favourites. Michelle [...]
Cameron Brown has dominated Ironman New Zealand for a decade and in 2011 he set a record by being the first man in history to win the same Ironman event 10 times. So will age and the fastest Ironman in the world (Marino Vanhoenaker) finally catch up with the Kiwi legend? In the women’s race [...]
Craig Alexander and Defending Champion Miranda Carfrae Vying for their own Slices of Hawaiian Ironman History
Sydney’s two-time winner Craig Alexander and Brisbane’s defending champion Miranda Carfrae will be vying for their own slices of Hawaiian Ironman history when they headline another strong Australian contingent for the 33rd running of the world’s most famous triathlon on Saturday. The 38-year-old Alexander, who conquered Kona in 2008 and 2009, has arrived in Hawaii in great form after his win in the Marine Corps Ironman World Championship 70.3 in Las Vegas last month.