Craig Alexander is a triathlon legend. In November 2011, the five-time World Champion became the oldest ever winner of the Ironman World Championships in Hawaii, setting a new course record of 8:03:56 at the same time. He achieved another first
twice finishing a close second to Paula Findlay in the Dextro Energy Triathlon ITU World Championship Series.But it's Olympic dreams that are driving Jenkins to push ever harder. The 2008 World Champion and two-time London Triathlon winner reveals her
Open water swimming's poster girl Keri-Anne Payne made history when she took silver in the very first Olympic 10K marathon swim in Beijing. A year later she followed this feat with gold at the 2009 World Championships.A true water baby, Keri-Anne grew up in South Africa, where sh...
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