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The 70.3 weekend update: Tim Don wins in Mexico

Great Britain's Tim Don dominates on the bike for an early season victory at IRONMAN 70.3 Campeche on Mexico. Results too from Puerto Rico and Taiwan

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Tim Don wins IRONMAN 70.3 Campeche – Mexico

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Three IRONMAN 70.3 Pro races over the weekend: Mexico, Puerto Rico, Taiwan

He can usually be relied upon to start the year in great form, and Great Britain’s Tim Don is showing no signs of changing that aspect of his racing with a clear win on Sunday at IRONMAN 70.3 Campeche in Mexico.

Having recently started working with British TT legend Matt Bottrill on his cycling, Don showed total commitment on the bike and powered his way to a 2:07:04 bike split, which was more than four minutes quicker than anyone else. By T2 his lead was almost six minutes – and plenty of feedback and date no doubt to feedback to coach Bottrill. Don is never going to lose a lead of that extent over the run, and came home more than three and a half minutes clear of Cody Beals (CAN).

IRONMAN 70.3 Campeche – Sunday 19th March 2017
1.9km / 90km / 21.1km

WOMEN

1st – Heather Wurtele (CAN) – 4:19:53
2nd – Cecilia Perez (MEX) – 4:29:21
3rd – Allison Linnell (USA) – 4:31:14

6th – Leanda Cave (GBR) – 4:38:59

MEN

1st – Tim Don (GBR) – 3:52:27
2nd – Cody Beals (CAN) – 3:56:04
3rd – Trevor Wurtele (CAN) – 3:57:01

IRONMAN 70.3 Puerto Rico – Sunday 19th March 2017
1.9km / 90km / 21.1km

WOMEN

1st – Alicia Kaye (USA) – 4:18:04
2nd – Stephanie Roy (CAN) – 4:18:33
3rd – Helle Frederiksen (DEN) – 4:19:30

MEN

1st – Taylor Reid (CAN) – 3:49:50
2nd – Andy Potts (USA) – 3:51:22
3rd – Ben Kanute (USA) – 3:51:32

IRONMAN 70.3 Taiwan – Sunday 19th March 2017
1.9km / 90km / 21.1km

WOMEN

1st – Barbara Riveros (CHI) – 4:13:13
2nd – Radka Vodickova (CZE) 4:17:06
3rd – Marya Shorets (RUS) – 4:19:41

MEN

1st – Ruedi Wild (SUI) – 3:42:55
2nd – Timothy O’Donnell (USA) – 3:45:31
3rd – Sven Riederer (SUI) – 3:49:09

7th – Ritchie Nicholls (GBR) – 3:58:06

John Levison
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John Levison
TRI247's Chief Correspondent, John has been involved in triathlon for well over 30 years, 15 of those writing on these pages, whilst he can also be found commentating for events across the UK.
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