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A busy Ironman Sunday ahead

70.3 World Championships, 70.3 Muskoka, Ironman Wisconsin & Wales.

Subaru Ironman 70.3 Muskoka

Sunday, September 11, 2011

Huntsville, Ontario, Canada

There two things we will know that will happen for certain at the 4th Ironman 70.3 Muskoka. There will be a new men’s and women’s champion. Australia’s Craig Alexander (winner of every race at Muskoka), and Mirinda Carfrae (winner of the last two races in Muskoka) will not be back to defend their titles.

This leaves a great opportunity for a variety of fast and worthy professionals that will vie for the race wins on Sunday. Check out the ones to watch for below. The Canadians are bolded.

Pro List

1 Lovato Michael

2 Guembel Wolfgang

3 Bechtel Sean

4 Boudreaux Chris

5 Seng Brad

6 Leto Kyle

7 Biboud Julien

8 Kilshaw Stephen

9 Pawlaczyk Kyle

10 Mangen Matt

11 Baradoy Leif

12 Park Justin

15 Fletcher Jenny

16 Lovato Amanda

17 Whitby Fiona

18 Andrade Mariana

19 Krasnozon Amie

20 Asplund Marisa

21 Kuck Missy

22 Zelazo Suzanne

Ironman World Championship 70.3

Sunday, September 11, 2011

Lake Las Vegas, Nevada

Many of the sport’s biggest names will be on the start line at the Ironman 70.3 World Championships. Some have geared their season around winning the championship, while others will try to do that too but will also use the race as a final tune up for the Ironman World Championships in Hawaii.

There are way too many names to list here. Check out the start list below.

Start List


Ford Ironman Wisconsin

Sunday, September 11, 2011

Madison, Wisconsin

Like Muskoka, the defending champions will not be back so there will be a new champion at Ironman Wisconsin. Check out the start list below.

Start List


Ironman Wales

Sunday, September 11, 2011

Pembrokeshire, Wales

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