A touching moment between Magali Tisseyre and coach Lisa Bentley at the finish line
Antoine Jolicoeur ahead of the swim. AJD is typically first out of the water in half distance races and posted a remarkable 53-minute swim time in his IM debut
Brooke Brown ahead of her third Ironman in five weeks. Brown ended up placing a solid 6th place, narrowly missing out on a chance to qualify for Kona
Magali Tisseyre all smiles ahead of her hometown Ironman.
AJD one of the first men out of the water.
Magali Tisseyre had a great swim of 56 minutes.
Jason Pohl, who finished 5th overall.
Christine Fletcher of B.C. placed 10th for the pro women.
Caroline St. Pierre of Quebec placed 11th for the pro women.
USA's Lauren Brandon was sitting in first for much of the day thanks to a stellar swim. She finished in 4th overal.
Belgium's Marino Vanhoenacker wins Ironman Mont-Tremblant 2017 with Chris McDonald in second and Jordan Monnink in third.
Rachel Joyce was on fire today and took her second Ironman win of the summer.
Ottawa's Jordan Monnink shocked and thrilled with his 3rd place in his Ironman debut.
New Brunswick's Cedric Boily wins the men's 30-34 AG.
Boily at the finish line.