jueves, agosto 27, 2015

Previo campeonato del mundo ironman 70.3 austria, javi a revalidar el tìtulo

falta en la lista como pro victor del corral

The Austrian alpine town of Zell Am See, Austria will be the first-ever European host for this marquee event.

The IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship was created in 2006 and held in Clearwater, Florida until 2011. It then moved to Henderson, Nevada, where athletes were treated to a much more challenging course. In 2013 and 2014, the event took place in Mont-Tremblant, Quebec—its first stop on the new "global rotation" for the championship. 2015 puts the event on European soil for the first time ever, where Austria will host this epic and memorable event the day after the IRONMAN 70.3 Zell am See.
More than 1,800 athletes from around the world (who qualified at another IRONMAN 70.3 event) will compete at this prestigious race. More than 130,000 athletes participate in a season of qualifying races for the championship, a series which consists of over 85 events in locations such as Australia, Germany, South Africa and Switzerland. Participants in the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship will range in age from 18 to 70-plus, and will represent over 50 countries.

With the sparkling Lake Zell as its centerpoint and glacier-covered mountains as its backdrop, this Sunday race will showcase Austria's majestic scenery. The swim takes place in a lake so clean you can drink the water, the new bike course will provide athletes stunning views of the Austrian Alps, and the distractingly scenic run course circumnavigates the lake, finishing in the picturesque old town of Zell am See. For athletes and spectators alike, the region offers a host of recreation and accommodation options; get started with our travel guide.
Article: Destination Zell am See


1 Javier Gomez ESP 101 Daniela Ryf CHE
2 Tim Don GBR 102 Meredith Kessler USA
3 Tim Reed AUS 103 Heather Wurtele CAN
4 Jan Frodeno DEU 104 Jodie Swallow GBR
5 Michael Raelert DEU 105 Magali Tisseyre CAN
6 Bart AernoutsBEL 106 Radka Vodickova CZE
7 Leon Griffin AUS 107 Alicia Kaye USA
10 Sam AppletonAUS 108 Anja Beranek DEU
11 SebastianKienle DEU 109 Susie Cheetham GBR
12 Terenzo Bozzone NZL 110 Camilla Pedersen DNK
15 Joe Gambles AUS 113 Mary Beth Ellis USA
16 Nils Frommhold DEU 115 Laura Philipp DEU
17 Ruedi Wild CHE 116 Svenja Bazlen DEU
19 Jesse Thomas USA 117 Lauren Barnett USA
20 Kevin CollingtonUSA 119 Kristin Moeller DEU
21 Chris LeifermanUSA 120 Parys Edwards GBR
22 Manuel Kueng CHE 121 Alexandra Tondeur BEL
23 Cody Beals CAN 122 Kirsty Jahn CAN
24 Maurice Clavel DEU 123 Katy Duffield AUS
25 Markus Thomschke DEU 124 Julia Gajer DEU
26 Andi Boecherer DEU 126 Rachel Mcbride CAN
27 BenjaminCollins USA 127 Emma-Kate Lidbury GBR
28 Andreas Dreitz DEU 128 Holly Lawrence GBR
29 Tyler Butterfield BMU 129 Sue Huse USA
30 Andreas Raelert DEU 130 Natascha Schmitt DEU
31 Patrick Lange DEU 131 Rebekah Keat AUS
32 Fabio Carvalho BRA 132 Ricarda Lisk DEU
33 Peter Robertson AUS 133 Nikki Butterfield AUS
35 Alberto Casadei ITA 134 Eva Wutti AUT
36 Justin Metzler USA 135 Emma Bilham CHE
37 Taylor Reid CAN 136 Erika Csomor HUN
38 Jan Van Berkel CHE 137 Lauren Brandon USA
39 Paul Reitmayr AUT 138 Mareen Hufe DEU
40 Sebastian Neef DEU 139 Anna Halasz HUN
41 Matt Trautman ZAF 140 Tine Deckers BEL
42 Stuart Marais ZAF
43 James Cunnama ZAF
44 James Seear AUS
45 Ritchie Nicholls GBR
47 Albert Molins ESP
48 Alexander Schilling DEU
49 Matthias Knossalla DEU
50 Evert Scheltinga NLD
51 Andrew Starykowicz USA
52 Frederic Limousin FRA
53 Jonathan Ciavattella ITA
54 Mike Aigroz CHE
56 Antony Costes FRA
57 Victor Del Corral Morales ESP
58 Artruo Garza MEX

Originally from: http://www.ironman.com/triathlon/news/articles/2015/08/2015-ironman-world-championship-70.3-pro-start-list.aspx#ixzz3k2BN6T8D

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