TriNews: 2017 Ironman World Championship Recap and Highlights

October 16, 2017
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On this show we catch up with Thorsten Radde, who’s coming to us from Kona, Hawaii, the morning after the 2017 Ironman World Championships. We go through the women’s race and men’s race in detail with the standout stories of the day, new records that were set, and the highs and lows, filling you in on everything you want to know about IM Kona 2017.

  • Special mention to Matt Russell who was in a terrible bike crash during the race and is now recovering. To support he and his family during this time, please consider a donation to help.
  • Check out further analysis of the IMWC over at Thorsten’s trirating.com.
  • Lionel Sanders’ power file from the bike here.
  • To hear our show talking about the SuperMoms of triathlon and how things could change to support their comeback after childbirth, click here.

Women’s top 10

SWIM BIKE RUN FINISH
1. Daniela Ryf CHE 00:53:10 04:53:10 03:00:02 08:50:47
2. Lucy Charles GBR 00:48:48 04:58:19 03:08:09 08:59:38
3. Sarah Crowley AUS 00:53:07 04:57:51 03:05:37 09:01:38
4. Heather Jackson USA 00:57:58 04:53:55 03:06:19 09:02:29
5. Kaisa Sali FIN 00:57:53 04:59:50 03:01:34 09:04:40
6. Susie Cheetham GBR 00:57:54 05:03:28 03:09:26 09:16:00
7. Carrie Lester AUS 00:57:51 05:00:32 03:16:35 09:19:49
8. Liz Lyles USA 01:00:08 05:04:10 03:11:21 09:20:31
9. Annabel Luxford AUS 00:53:02 04:59:15 03:24:07 09:20:58
10. Jocelyn McCauley USA 00:54:31 05:04:34 03:16:42 09:21:08

 

Men’s top 10

SWIM BIKE RUN FINISH
1. Patrick Lange DEU 00:48:45 04:28:53 02:39:59 08:01:40
2. Lionel Sanders CAN 00:53:41 04:14:19 02:51:53 08:04:07
3. David McNamee GBR 00:48:40 04:28:55 02:45:30 08:07:11
4. Sebastian Kienle DEU 00:53:44 04:14:57 02:57:12 08:09:59
5. James Cunnama ZAF 00:49:09 04:21:03 02:56:46 08:11:24
6. Terenzo Bozzone NZL 00:48:41 04:26:20 02:53:48 08:13:06
7. Andy Potts USA 00:49:01 04:31:02 02:50:27 08:14:43
8. Patrik Nilsson SWE 00:48:34 04:29:01 02:55:51 08:18:21
9. Ben Hoffman USA 00:48:52 04:22:00 03:04:16 08:19:26
10. Boris Stein DEU 00:53:48 04:23:59 03:00:42 08:22:24

 


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