Predict the winning times in Hawaii and WIN an ISM Saddle
Team GB and Ireland are out in full force at the IRONMAN World Championship in Kona this year.
To celebrate our coverage being supported by ISM saddles (www.ismseat.com), we are giving two readers the chance to win themselves a lovely new saddle, perfect for long distance racing, courtesy of ISM.
How to Enter:
Predict the overall winning times for the Male and Female Pro athletes at this years IRONMAN World Championship and the closest predictions to the actual times will win an ISM Saddle.
Add your name and email address to the boxes supplied and submit your predictions. Nice and simple.
Male Pro Athletes: the last three winning times in Kona have been 8:01:40 (Patrick Lange, 2017), 8:06:30 (Jan Frodeno, 2016) and 8:14:40 (Jan Frodeno, 2015). The course record is 8:01:40.
Female Pro Athletes: the last three winning time in Kona have been 8:50:47 (Daniela Ryf, 2017), 8:46:46 (Daniela Ryf, 2016) and 8:57:57 (Daniela Ryf, 2015). The course record is 8:46:46.
(Please enter you answers below in H:MM:SS format, e.g. 8:19:24 would represent eight hours, nineteen minutes and twenty four seconds)
An ISM saddle of your choice** – see the full range on the USA ISM website HERE.
(** excluding the PN 3.0c All Carbon Saddle)
- Entries close at 5pm (U.K. time) on Saturday 13th October 2018. (Race starts at 5.35pm UK time).
- Only one entry will be accepted per entrant. Duplicate entries will be excluded.
- Incomplete entries will be excluded.
- No alternative prizes are available, there is no cash alternative and prizes are not transferable.
- Winning saddle choice does not include the PN 3.0c All Carbon Saddle.
- Your contact details will not be passed on to or used for any purpose other than in relation to this competition.
- Winners will be announced on www.tri247.com during the week commencing Monday 15th October 2018.
- In the event of a tie, the winners will be selected at random from all entries that were equally close to the official winning times of the Pro winners.
- The judges’ decision is final.