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Ironman 70.3 UK Preview – the toughest 70.3 in the world?

Five years ago, a sleepy Somerset community awoke to find themselves in the midst of Ironman fever as Ironman 70.3 UK debuted at Wimbleball Lake in the heart of Exmoor National Park. Triathlon superstar and future Ironman world champion Chris McCormack won the first race and promptly labelled it the “toughest 70.3 in the World” and so far there are very few that would disagree with that assessment.

Greg Bennett to Race as US Citizen

Australia has lost one of it’s most sucessful Triathletes as Greg Bennett has confirmed that he will see out his career racing in the US, as a US citizen. It was confirmed today that the veteran Australian triathlete has had his request to be released from racing for Australia granted by the Triathlon Australia Board. “In regard to my own career, the majority of my racing over the last several years has been in the United States, all my sponsorship deals are US-based, and the medical team I rely on is based in Florida and Dallas” said Bennett.

Mid May… Bored? Want a Holiday? The International Honolulu Triathlon – Olympic and Sprint Distance

Honolulu Hawaii will again play host to athletes from around the world when the 7th Annual Honolulu Triathlon is held on Sunday, May 16th at Ala Moana Beach Park. Over 1000 Triathletes from 8 Countries will show off their athletic abilities as they swim the beautiful waters of Ala Moana Beach Park then ride their bike to historical Pearl Harbor and along the scenic road of Lagoon Drive taking in breath taking views of the Diamond Head landmark.