Ironman


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Sports medicine Ironman competitions are triathlons—2.4-mile swim, 112-mile bike race, 26.2-mile marathon—with strict maximum time limits: all participants must be off the three courses by midnight
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This month's Ironman event in Cebu is expected to present a spectacular match among triathletes, with former champions Tim Reed, Mauricio Mendez, and Caroline Steffen leading the tight race.
Evertonian Amy Barnes completes the Ironman Bolton triathlon
> Participants compete in the swim leg of the race during last year's Ironman Wales Charlie Crowhurst
A keen footballer earlier, Al Hosani has done over 30 triathlons between Ironman 70.3 and the Olympic distance since 2012.
Thomas and Wurf, who rowed for Australia at the 2004 Olympics and became a professional cyclist with one of the world's top teams before switching to Ironman, share the same coach in Tim Kerrison.
on March 24 with the local junior version of the Ironman staged to promote a well-balanced lifestyle for kids and at the same time serves as venue for family bonding.
Fe fydd Ryan, sy'n 35 oed yn ymuno a 2,300 o athletwyr eraill ar gyfer y ras eleni; ras sy'n cael ei hystyried yn un o gyrsiau Ironman mwyaf heriol y byd.
Craig Hamilton is in training to swim 2.4 miles, cycle 112 miles and run a 26.2 mile marathon with the best Ironman triathletes from across the globe.
(NASDAQ: ELNK) and the IRONMAN participation sports platform said they have announced a multi-year partnership in which EarthLink will serve as the official technology partner of the IRONMAN[R] US Series.
A NEWCASTLE University ultra-athlete finished second overall in his first half ironman race.
JUDGE CYNTHIA NEWTON of Clearwater fulfilled a dream when she braved choppy waters and gusty winds to complete her first Ironman competition in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.
A FORMER Royal Marine and his five-yearold daughter will each take on an 'ironman' challenge to raise money for charity.