Ironman World Championships: Kona 2011

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On Saturday, the world's finest long-distance triathletes battled it out at the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii. Almost 1,800 athletes took on the testing 140.6-mile race, with favourites Chrissie Wellington and Craig Alexander emerging as the winners. British triathlete legend Chrissie took her fourth Ironman world title win, whilst Australian Craig Alexander notched up his third victory, smashing the course record in the process. Read our full race report.

All week, we've brought together all the information on the 2011 race from profiles on the leading contenders to course previews and photos. And if you're inspired by the long-distance antics from Kona, we've got plenty of tips to help you step up to the Ironman challenge and train like a pro.
FAQ and COURSE GUIDE

Ironman Hawaii Course Preview:
The Route To Victory


Long Distance Love: The Rise of Ironman

 

FEATURES and INTERVIEWS
2011 Race Highlights

2011 Women's Contenders

2011 Men's Contenders

TW Interviews: Kona First-Timer Tom Lowe

2010 Ironman World Championships In Pictures

2010 Ironman World Championships: Race Report

Ironman Ambitions: Top Ten Tips

Iron Stomach: Long Distance Fuelling
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