From Andrew Messick, CEO of IRONMAN, ‘We had a great week, a triumph, a day and race for the ages. Simply put, it was marvelous.’ Read more
Athletes Baker and Molina, Contributors Baggs and Campbell Inducted into IRONMAN Hall of Fame at IRONMAN ALOHA ReceptionSubmitted by 303Triathlon on October 18th, 2018
Legendary IRONMAN® athletes Erin Baker and Scott Molina along with IRONMAN contributors Ken Baggs and Rocky Campbell officially enshrined into the IRONMAN Hall of Fame. They join an amazing group of people. Read more
American Tim O’Donnell raced his way to a fourth-place finish at the 2018 Ironman World Championship, crossing the line in 8:03:17. Read more
It’s generally understood that Kona, i.e. the Ironman World Championship, is different from all the other Ironman races. Often people associate this difference with both the fact that you have to qualify to earn your spot at the start line (or earn it through one of seven other ways), and that therefore the athlete field at the race represents the cream of the crop. And while all of this is certainly true, it’s just scratching the surface of why this race stands out so dramatically from just about any other race you’ve attended. Read more
Canyon creeps up on the Kona Bike Count while Cervélo maintains the top spot at the IRONMAN World ChampionshipSubmitted by 303Triathlon on October 17th, 2018
With so many up and coming bike manufacturers in the triathlon market, athletes are starting to venture away from the bigger names. At this year’s IRONMAN World Championship, the numbers show the shift has begun.