Triathlon

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A competitive event involving 3 sport disciplines: swimming, bicycling, and running, usually in that order
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The long distance triathlon comprised a 2.4 mile swim in a cold lake, a 112-mile bike ride through the countryside and finally a 26.2 mile run.
WARWICKSHIRE cyclist Greg Ashley has been selected to represent Great Britain in the World Long Distance Triathlon Championships in Las Vegas.
At 60, she is the new World Long distance Triathlon champion.
He is scheduled to compete in the 2018 Capiz Triaksyon on April 14 in Roxas City, the Subic International Triathlon in Subic Bay on April 22 and the Gunsan Saemangeum ASTC Long Distance Triathlon Asian Championships on May 14 in South Korea.
Chris Flavell competed at the world long distance triathlon championships in Fredericia, Denmark, over the Ironman distance of a 2.4-mile open water swim (1-15-47), 112-mile bike ride (6-02-04) and marathon run (4- 25-10) for an aggregate - including transition times - of 11-49- 54 and 41st place in the men's 25-29 category.
Madonna Buder, the 87-year-old nun from Spokane, Washington, the oldest person to ever finish the Ironman, the ultimate test in long distance triathlons that consists of a 3.8-km swim, a 180-km bike, and a 42.195-km run.
I do long distance triathlons and I'm a member of the Mersey Triathlon Club".