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F3 & Maxifuel Offer F3 & Maxifuel Offer

F3 Events have seen a massive increase in demand over the past few months, with many of our summer events looking to fill up within the next month – so don’t delay, enter today, to not be disappointed. There are two Spring Classic Cycle Sportives geared towards cycle enthusiasts and triathletes looking for those...[Read More]

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Sarah Hit’s Kona Sarah Hit’s Kona

Ironmen regard marathon runners as effort shy individuals who only do the cool down run after the bike. Say you’ve finished Kona to an Ironman and you’ll have their respect!!! In 1977 a group of swimmers and runners, based in Hawaii, were having an argument. Who’s the fittest, runners or swimmers? One of their...[Read More]

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Mac Attack in Austria Mac Attack in Austria

The Ironman camp arrived in Klagenfurt, Austria where we caught a glimpse of the blue lake from the airoplane. After being burned £140 extra for a bike bag by Lufthansa I had a reasonably cheap taxi to the hotel, roughly 16 Euros. The hotel staff were great, very friendly, they didn’t seem to mind much that for 5 days...[Read More]

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Max Effort in 1st Ironman Max Effort in 1st Ironman

Iain Maxwells account from his first Ironman at IM Switzerland 2011: So, that’s it, I made it over the line, completing 140.6 miles of swimming, cycling and running in an overall time of 10 hours, 30 minutes and 10 seconds. I sprinted the last 50 metres to try to get in under 10 hours 30, but I think my “sprint”...[Read More]

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Newman vs Enduroman Newman vs Enduroman

Pro-VO2 athlete Tom Newman had a great race in Lanzarote finishing first on the bike by a heavy margin in the Enduroman half ironman. This saw Tom come in 2nd overall in what one of the toughest half ironman races due to the well known heat and wind of Lanzarote. Tom’s Lowdown… As I have done for the past two...[Read More]

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Hotchkiss wins Taiwan Hotchkiss wins Taiwan

Earlier this month, British long distance athlete Jonathan Hotchkiss had perhaps the best result of his career to date when he won Ironman 70.3 Taiwan. The race was a ‘stop off’ on the way to Australia where Jonathan will be racing at Ironman Western Australia on December 5th. Here is his race report. [Read More]

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