David McNamee is Great Britain’s most successful male athlete ever at the IRONMAN World Championship thanks to his third place in 2017. He spoke to Tim Heming about the 2018 race and what it will take to win
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Continuing our #GBKona coverage of the 2018 IRONMAN World Championship, here we profile Tara Grosvenor, a first-time Kona athlete, with a season which suggests she could well be a podium contender…
After a stunning year, Great Britain’s Simone Mitchell should been preparing this week in Hawaii, aiming to become the fastest female Age-Group athlete at the IRONMAN World Championship. Injury means that the Outlaw Triathlon record holder will have to watch the race from home…
Third last year on her debut at the IRONMAN World Championship, can Great Britain’s Ruth Purbrook reach the top step of the Age-Group podium in Kona this year? That’s her goal…
Saturday’s Ho’ala IRONMAN Training Swim in Kona saw a quality field testing themselves a week before the IRONMAN World Championship – and Lucy Charles on top form, yet again
Could the incredibly strong Great Britain women’s squad be gaining even more competition soon from a new, but familiar name? IRONMAN World Championship Silver medallist Lucy Charles may have her eyes on a new challenge
Gill Fullen is one of the very best Age-Group athletes in Great Britain and was fully focussed on success at the IRONMAN World Championship next week. Alas, that won’t be happening this year…
The final Pro Women’s start lists including bib numbers have been issued for Kona 2018 – the IRONMAN World Championship. Here are the 39 women who will bee seeking success in Hawaii on Saturday 13th October – including five British athletes
The final Pro Men’s start lists including bib numbers have been issued for Kona 2018 – the IRONMAN World Championship. Here are the 55 men who will bee seeking success in Hawaii on Saturday 13th October – including four British athletes
What do you do when your 72nd birthday is approaching? Well, if you are Linda Ashmore, you swim the English Channel. Again! Another impressive athletic performance from a reigning IRONMAN Age-Group World Champion
Are you a British athlete heading to the IRONMAN World Championship this year? If that’s you, then read on and please make sure you join the GB Kona 2018 Facebook page.
While the ‘Beast from the East’ wind was cancelling races in the UK, the ‘original’ athlete of that moniker, Ken Glah, was doing what he’s done for years in Taupo
The IRONMAN Legacy Program grants selection to the IRONMAN World Championship through long term commitment to the sport. Six Brits were chosen for 2018.