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Craig Alexander wins Ford Ironman World Championships Kona, Pete Jacobs in Second

Craig Alexander has won the World Ironman championship in Kona, his third win at the event, and a win that comes on top of his win at the World 70.3 championships in Las Vegas. In doing so he set a new course record. Pete Jacobs made it a very special day for Australia as he ran through the field to claim second spot and record the third fastest course time ever.

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.

Ironman 70.3 Boise and Ironman 70.3 Eagleman Previews

The Ironman 70.3 series is well and truly underway in the US and this weekend sees a swag of top Aussie pros in action at Boise and Eagleman. Flying the flag for Australia will be Craig Alexander, Paul Ambrose, Richie Cunningham, Courtney Ogden, Mirinda Carfrae, Kate Bevilaqua and Michelle Wu.