The race takes athletes along a 2.4-mile swim, 112-mile bike and 26.2-mile run on a course that utilizes a variety of Louisville’s scenic areas, including Waterfront Park, Oldham and Henry Counties and the city of LaGrange. Their journey ends with a finish line celebration at Fourth Street Live.
The first Ironman 70.3 Zell am See/Kaprun will be held on 26th Aug. 2012. Athletes will swim in the beautiful Zeller lake, compete on the bike along the picturesque landscape of the mountains and run along the lake to finish in Zell am See. Register now!
Athletes will start the 2.4-mile (3.8 km) swim in Tremblant Lake. The two-loop, 112-mile (180 km) bike course runs largely through Mont-Tremblant’s forests and mountains. Athletes will then embark on the two-loop, 26.2-mile (42.2 km) run course into the heart of the pedestrian village of Tremblant Resort.
The Mercure Capricorn Resort Ironman 70.3 Yeppoon is a race you will never forget; and a race so many come back to! The event takes place at the Mercure Capricorn Resort Yeppoon – a short drive or Shuttle ride from Rockhampton and a short flight from the international airport at Brisbane.
The swim takes place in the beautiful waters of Lake Michigan. The 56-mile bike course takes athletes through the scenic northern Berrien and eastern Van Buren counties, known as the "fruit belt." The race ends with a spectacular run through the City of Benton Harbor, along the St. Joseph River.
The day starts with a freshwater swim in Lake Winnipesaukee before athletes take on a scenic, one-loop bike course over rolling hills. Athletes finish the day on a picturesque run course that travels along the shores of Lake Winnipesaukee with spectacular views of the majestic White Mountains.
The inaugural IRONMAN Sweden/Kalmar will be held on August 18th 2012. Athletes will swim in Kalmar Strait, compete on their bikes in typical Swedish scenery and run through the beautiful historic town center past Kalmar Castle before they finish at the main square of Kalmar.
The inaugural Ironman U.S. Championship begins with a wave start, 2.4-mile point-to-point swim in the Hudson River. The 112-mile bike course spans the cliffs of Palisades Parkway followed by a 26.2-mile run course over the George Washington Bridge and finishing at 81st Street in the heart of the city.
Athletes will begin with a 1.2-mile, one-loop swim in the Boulder Reservoir followed by a 56-mile relatively flat bike course with slight inclines and descents. The 13.1-mile, two-loop course offers great views of the Rocky Mountains and allows spectators to cheer athletes on as they head to the finish line.
Hawai’i Goodwill Team Connects with the Community in Camarines Sur, reports Dawn Henry On August 14, 2011, fifteen athletes from the Big Island of Hawai’i found a new way to get the most out of a destination race adventure. Traveling to Camarines Sur, Philippines, for the 2011 Cobra Energy Drink Ironman 70.3 Philippines, they visited with local schoolchildren
Fil Am Tri Club was founded in 2006 by a small group
of Filipinos in NY/NJ. Since then, FAT (Fil Am Tri) has grown nationwide
and global having members throughout the mainland US, Canada, Hawaii,
and of course the homeland in the Philippines. Although comprised mostly
of Filipinos, FAT is a non-denominational club accepting all friends and
families of Filipino Americans with the mission to grow a network of
Filipino triathletes worldwide building a sense of community and
fellowship through the medium of endurance sports. We welcome you to
become part of the movement! Mabuhay!