ironman triathlon

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ironman triathlon

event combines swimming, bicycling, marathon run. [Pop. Cult.: Misc.]
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He said that Bahrain's qualification for the international championship has come after winning the first place at the Mallorca Ironman competition, which announces a promising future for the team in upcoming tournaments.
While Ironman 2014 was their first full-length attempt, they had previously, in 2012 participated in the Half Ironman competition at Wiesbaden in Germany.
Off stage and out of the classroom, Rory completed the 2009 Ironman competition in the UK and is hoping to compete in the inaugural Challenge Bahrain half-ironman triathlon this coming December.
Included among the images are those of the Ironman competition in Tenby, Pembrokeshire.
Morris recently competed against 2,000 others from across the world in Zell Am See, Austria, and not only won the 35 to 39-year-old age group in the half ironman competition, but also finished as the top British competitor overall.
Thea, who was accompanied on each journey by her mascot, made out of Steve's old socks, has been training so hard for the challenge she has decided to enter an Ironman competition in New Zealand next year and will go out to train for four months leading up to the challenge.
John Gibbons, from Eastern Green, was one of hundreds of entrants in this year's UK Ironman competition in Bolton and he was taking part in the gruelling trio of challenges to raise cash for two charities close to his heart.
Triathlete Richard Holland should have been celebrating his 30th birthday in Phuket, Thailand, by taking part in an Ironman competition today - instead he is in a coma in a Dubai hospital.
Sam was first woman and 16th overall in a Half Ironman competition in the Lake District earlier this month.
The allegations could strip Armstrong of his seven Tour de France titles and bar him from competing in the Ironman competition until the matter has been sorted out.
Matchette had six months to prepare for the trip to Kona on the big island of Hawaii, where the Ironman competition is held.