Stephen BaylissAge 31Trains Switzerland2008 was a great year for Stephen Bayliss. He won Ironman UK and Ironman South Africa, and placed 18th at the World Champs. He races for Team TBB, as does his wife, Bella. They were both second in this year
Joanna CarrittAge 34Trains TauntonJoanna was third at this year's Ironman UK in Bolton, in August, and earlier in the year was sixth at Ironman Lanzarote. She turned professional this year and now races as part of Team TBC Sportsaid. She was the 40th woman finisher at Kona last y...
finished fifth in 9:18:48 and Leanda Cave finished 10th in 9:27:42. Brits Stephen Bayliss, Scott Neyedli and Catriona Morrison did not finish.A great day for British long-distance triathlon then, but an even greater day for the Aussies. For once
for the slots is so fierce that qualifying is itself seen as a prize. Since 1990, the Ironman brand has been owned by the World Triathlon Corporation (WTC), and the growth of the organisation has reflected the worldwide development of long-distance triathlon
Other Ironman courses may be tougher than Kona, Hawaii, but here is where it all started and here is where world champions are crowned.If watching the coverage of this year's Ironman World Championships has inspired you to try to qualify for next
. She has been involved in triathlon for 28 years and this year raced in her eighth Ironman World Championship.9. Calorie countNutrition errors can have an enormous impact on your Ironman experience. Ben Bigglestone of Vo2 Max Coaching in Portland
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