IRONMAN Western Australia

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IRONMAN Western Australia’s record books took a thorough beating, with dual Olympic gold medallist Alistair Brownlee and New Zealand’s Teresa Adam making the most of the glorious race conditions in Busselton, shredding the old race records.

Alistair set a new time of 7:45:20, lowering the old mark by more than six minutes, while Teresa took an axe to the women’s best time, clocking a remarkable 8:38:42. Second placed women Sarah Piampiano and third placed Gurutze Frades, also went under the time (8:49:45) set in 2018 by Caroline Steffen.

For a period Alistair was on Tim Don’s IRONMAN world record pace, but with discretion being the better part of valour, he cooled his jets and concentrated on getting safely across the line and grabbing his Kona qualification.

For the Front Runner team, we had our fair share of extraordinary performances, with our finishers in both distances below: –

A huge congratulations to our Ironman finishers: –

Joey Kaye
Peter Marcello
Bart Hollemans
Nolan McDonnell
Daniel Kennedy Stiff
Richard Stacey

And 70.3 finishers

Gayle Collela
Nadia Glazier
Nishani Jacob
Jan O’Brien
Heather Stanborough
Guy Jarret

For the full set of results, see HERE.

Congratulations to all participants from the Front Runner team.