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Heat is on for the Kiwis in Ironman 70.3 World Championships

The heat is on literally for Joanna Lawn when she tackles the Ironman 70.3 World Championships in the caldron of Las Vegas on Sunday. Lawn is one of four New Zealand professionals to qualify for the world championship along with veteran Bryan Rhodes, Perth-based Guy Crawford and US-based James Cotter.

Guy Crawford – Stoked, Happy, Wrapped & Over the Moon after his 2nd in Ironman Korea 70.3

Kiwi Guy Crawford was thrilled with his second place in Korea recently after coming home behind fellow Kiwi and 10 times Ironman New Zealand winner Cameron Brown. Here he checks in and goes through the race which was a last minute decision. Guy and partner Kate Bevilaqua went to Korea at the last minute and between the two of them they won the couples points race for the weekend.

Paul Ambrose, Guy Crawford, Michelle Wu and Kate Bevilaqua place well at Boise 70.3 Triathlon

Paul Ambrose, Guy Crawford, Michelle Wu and Kate Bevilaqua all raced and placed highly in a very competitive field. The men’s race was a tight affair with only 20mins separating the top 14 guys. Winner Ben Hoffman of the USA put in the bike of the day with a 2:05. The women’s race was a Canada 1-2-3 with Magali Tisseyre coming first with a more consistant bike/run combo over her compatriots Heather Wurtele and Rachel McBride. Heather Jackson from the USA was 4th with our own Michelle Wu 5th. Kate Bevilaqua was 9th