ironman triathlon

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ironman triathlon

event combines swimming, bicycling, marathon run. [Pop. Cult.: Misc.]
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All he ever wanted to do, however, was Ironman Hawaii.
As the grand finale of qualifying races held around the world, Ironman Hawaii enjoys intense media exposure, and gathers thousands of spectators eager to witness how the athletes fare in this ultimate test of endurance.
Other athletes returning to the field are South African James Cunnama, who finished fourth at last year's Ironman Hawaii and German Per Bittner, who finished fifth in Abu Dhabi last year.
She is also a 10-time Ironman finisher with two podium finishes in her age group at the Ironman Hawaii World Championships.
The club has been running for more than 20 years, with a junior and senior section with members completing at local and international events all around the world, including such iconic events as Ironman Hawaii, Ironman Lanzarote and Ironman Wales.
His story of his lifelong dedication training for the Ironman Hawaii, one of the most grueling endurance tests in the world, makes for a powerful survey highly recommended for any sports collection.
During his time on the circuit Middleton has scaled many peaks, none more so than qualifying for the Ironman Hawaii championships three years in a row.
He also hopes to participate in the sport's most famous event, the 2010 Ironman Hawaii Triathlon in Kona, Hawaii, next October.
She consistently excels at Ironman Hawaii, regardless of race conditions.
Subscribers are able to choose up to 3 athletes to track and have up to 11 split times sent directly to their mobile phones during the first 17 hours of IronMan Hawaii.
Reigning champion Frederik Van Lierde will ignite his 2014 challenge at the Abu Dhabi International Triathlon following a phenomenal 2013 season which culminated in his World Champion title at Ironman Hawaii.
3 and Ironman World Championship in the same year, and he is also the oldest male to ever win The Ironman Hawaii.