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Javier Gomez Noya (ESP) became the most successful man in ITU World Championship history when he completed a drive for five world titles as the overall winner of the World Triathlon Series with a second-place finish at the ITU World Triathlon Grand Final Chicago.
Spain will add another name to their list of world champions after Mario Mola’s fifth place finish in the ITU World Triathlon Grand Final Cozumel saw him win the 2016 ITU World Championship title in a dramatic finish by just four points.
Amazing production from Ironman Triathlon. Inspiring video of 2014 Ironman World Championship with unforgettable moments during the race. Germany's Sebastian Kienle and Australia's Mirinda Carfrae shared the highest honors among a field stacked with former Olympians and Ironman champions at Ironman World Championship presented by GoPro. Hawaii's legendary triathlon course delivered just the kind of hot, windy conditions for which this race is so revered. The women's race kicked off with the same kind of close racing dynamics that would characterize its finish nine hours later. Expected swim leaders Jodie Swallow, Meredith Kessler, and Amanda Stevens used their swim strength to lead the field through choppy conditions. The three came out of the water within seconds of each other, with ...
The USA’s Austin Hindman won the men’s ITU Triathlon Junior World Championship race in Cozumel on Friday with a powerful come from behind run performance. Canada’s Charles Paquet took silver, followed by Great Britain’s Ben Dijkstra.
The road to Kona takes persistence, dedication, passion, long hours of training and a smart recovery strategy. See how 4X World Champion Mirinda Carfrae is gearing up for the biggest race in triathlon; from a consistent training routine to relying on proper post-workout recovery to including chocolate milk, we’re taking you on Rinny’s road to Kona.
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( http://www.EverymanTri.com) The Spirit of the Ironman race is in the hearts and souls of every triathlete who tries to swim, bike and run 140.7 miles in 17 hours. But nowhere is that spirit on display as much as in the final moments of the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii. In this video our cameras capture the pain, perseverance and triumph as the clocks counts down to midnight and the final few athletes struggle to cross the finishline in 17 hours.
Training tips and workouts from Ironman Champion Chris Lieto. Learn from a professional basic tips and specific workouts to improve your training and racing. Triathlon training in Kona, Hawaii home of the Ironman World Championship with Professional athlete and Ironman Champion Chris Lieto. For more on bike training by Chris see WWW.MASTERTHEBIKE.COM
KAILUA-KONA, Hawaii – West Hawaii’s biggest event of the year, the Ironman World Championship, was held in Kona this weekend. This year, more than 2,300 triathletes set out early on Saturday morning to tackle the international endurance event, which is known for its iconic 2.4-mile ocean swim at Kailua Pier, followed by the 112-mile bike ride up and down the harsh lava fields of the Kohala coast, finishing with a 26.2 mile marathon run. This year’s champion, the German Olympic gold medalist Jan Frodeno, was the first to cross the finish line on Ali’i Drive in 8 hours, 14 minutes, 40 seconds. Another German, Andreas Raelert, finished second in his forth runner-up performance. He passed the day’s third place finisher – American Timothy O’Donnel – late in the run. U.S. athlete Andy Potts too...
Mirinda Carfrae is an Australian professional triathlete and the current Ironman triathlon world champion. With three Ironman World Championship titles and six podium finishes under her belt, Mirinda Carfrae is the ultimate triathlete. She holds both the course record (8:52:14) and marathon record (2:50:26). Carfrae trains 30 hours a week—and sometimes more during her peak season, running 60 miles per week over six days. That's in addition to swimming six days a week and biking five. Watch what it takes for Mirinda to prepare for the grueling 2.4-mile swim, the windy and relentless 112-mile bike, and the 26.2-mile run through sweltering lava fields and the final steps to the finish line in Kona. (From Felt Bikes TV) Inspiring stories at www.triathloninspires.com Like us at facebook....
( http://www.EverymanTri.com) The 2012 Ironman World Championships are the ultimate test of endurance. This year almost 2000 amateur athletes put themselves to the test against the clock, the weather, and of course themselves. Among the professional triathletes who came to Kona, Hawaii to this year are past Ironman World champions Craig Alexander, Chris Macca McCormack and Mirinda Carfrae to name just a few. Check out this video as we get up close and personal at the 2012 Ironman World Championships