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Ironman 70.3 Oceanside 2019 Live Streaming on Apr-6-2019 Oceanside, California

The 2019 IRONMAN 70.3 Oceanside will offer 40 qualifying slots to the 2019 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship in Nice, France.

Return to triathlon’s roots in Southern California.

Ironman Australia 2019 Live
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Races >> Australia
Australia’s oldest IRONMAN event is returning to the stunning town of Port Macquarie on 5 May 2019.
This superb course offers a unique challenge set along Port Macquarie’s spectacular waterfront and throughout the scenic coastal region. Swim the calm protected waters of Hastings river, ride along the Pacific ocean, and run in the heart of Port Macquarie – a course renowned for its energetic sideline support from the local community.
In 2019, the Oceania TriClub Championship continues the truly regional TriClub rivalry that Port Macquarie is so famous for.
Athletes love Port Macquarie… out of all of the IRONMAN races globally IRONMAN Australia was voted:
NUMBER 5 for Overall Athlete Satisfaction
NUMBER 7 for Will Attend Next Year’s Event
NUMBER 9 for Overall Post Race Celebration
See all the Athlete Choice Awards >
World Championship Qualifying Race
There are 40 standard qualifying slots for the IRONMAN World Championship in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii.
Download the IRONMAN Oceania Mobile App!
IRONMAN Australia – IRONMAN 70.3 Port Macquarie updated App is now available on Apple and Android phones. Search IRONMAN Oceania on your App store or find out more.
The App has everything you need to know about the event as an athlete or a spectator.
2018 IRONMAN Australia Highlights

IRONMAN Australia is 86% sold out…

Time to lock it in! 🏊🚴‍♀️🏃

Running along the iconic break wall in Port Macquarie is one of the highlights of racing IRONMAN Australia.

Will you be there this year? 🙋🙋‍♂️

If you haven’t signed up yet… entries are almost sold out, just saying 🙄

It’s here 🥳 
Your weekly #RallyTheTroops update for IRONMAN Australia 🏁

😎 Same top four with Central Coast Triathlon Club in first place, followed by Warringah Triathlon Club, Newcastle Triathlon Club and Red Dog Triathlon Training.

But we have had a bit of a shake up in the bottom six, who all still have a shot at making it into the top 3 🙊

🔥 Port Macquarie Triathlon Club | Cronulla Triathlon Club | Hills Tri Club | Maitland Tri Club | Balmoral Triathlon Club | Sharks Triathlon Club are bringing the heat. Can they get themselves in the top 3?

Remember to create your IRONMAN profile to add your TriClub to your profile. 
Any questions 👉stricluboceania@ironman.com.

Former world champion Terenzo Bozzone bounced back with a big win while Mary Beth Ellis ran away with the women’s race at IRONMAN 70.3 Florida 2019 in Haines City

By Shawn Skene

After having a car door opened on him while riding his bike two days before the IRONMAN 70.3 Asia-Pacific Championship in January, New Zealand’s Terenzo Bozzone struggled to get back to form in time for IRONMAN New Zealand. At that race he found himself well off course during the swim and learned that he was suffering from a delayed concussion.

After four weeks of rest, Bozzone is finally back, and enjoyed a huge win in Haines City this weekend. American Mary Beth Ellis controlled the women’s race from start to finish, finishing the swim within seconds of the lead before pulling away on the bike and run for her win in the Sunshine State.

Terenzo Bozzone wins IRONMAN 70.3 Florida. Photo courtesy FinisherPix

Bozzone shows the way
Dirk Bockel (LUX) led a pack of seven out of Lake Eva that were within 12 seconds of each other. The lead group contained James Hadley (USA), Bozzone, Edgardo Velez (PRI), Kevin Collington (USA), Arturo Garza (MEX) and Sam Betten (AUS).

Out on the single-loop bike course, Bockel, Bozzone, Collington and Max Kriat (UKR) rode together for the first 25 miles. A chase pack of Hadley, Betten and Garza formed a minute back of the leaders, but could never make any inroads into the group up front.

Over the closing miles of the ride, Bozzone and Bockel surged to the front, dropping Collington and Kriat from the lead group. The lead pair ran into T2 with a 1:11 advantage over Collington and 2:29 on Kriat.

During the first of three loops of the run, Bozzone led the way with Bockel just seconds behind, while Collington clawed his way to within 33 seconds of the leader. Bozzone picked up the pace over the second loop and opened up a 48 second gap on Collington in second, with Bockel in third, 1:15 back. Kriat slipped to 5:20 in arrears in fourth.

Over the final loop Bozzone showed his terrific leg speed as he distanced himself from the field. He crossed the finish line in 3:45:51 to establish a new course record. Collington finished second only 1:22 off Bozzones’s winning pace, proving his second place finish at the US Pro Championship at IRONMAN 70.3 St. George was no fluke. Bockel rounded out the podium with his 3:48:16 clocking, 2:26 off the winning time.

Ellis too strong
In the women’s race, Kat Baker’s (AUS) 25:35 swim time saw her hit the beach at Lake Eva Park seconds ahead of Ellis and Dede Griesbauer (USA). A group of seven in pursuit of the leading trio found themselves 37 to 53 seconds behind. In that group were Nina Kraft (DEU), Miranda Tomenson (CAN), Jessica Smith (USA), Jo Lawn (NZL), Missy Kuck (USA), Mandy McLane (USA) and Anne Basso (FRA).

At 25 miles into the bike, Ellis held a slim nine-second lead over Baker. The leading duo were steadily pulling away from the chasing group of six women that contained Lawn, McLane, Tomenson, Kuck, Kraft and Smith—they were more than three minutes behind.

Ellis managed to break away from Baker during the closing miles of the bike and entered T2 with a 1:27 buffer on the Aussie. The same six women that were chasing Ellis and Baker earlier now found themselves well over five minutes behind as they finished the 56-mile ride.

Ellis cruised through the run, expanding her lead with each passing mile. Baker started to fade as McLane and Lawn made their way into second and third through the end of the second loop. Ellis finished with an impressive 4:14:03, followed by McLane in 4:19:10, while Lawn rounded out the podium in 4:20:51.

RacesPort Macquarie
Taking place concurrently with IRONMAN Australia, IRONMAN 70.3 Port Macquarie is sure to inspire you with its natural beauty and strong community support.
The two iconic Australian events will be held on 5 May 2019 at the New South Wales seaside city, creating a real IRONMAN Festival. Read more >

IRONMAN 70.3 Port Macquarie remains one of the Oceania region’s leading, and most enduring, triathlon events.

The superb course offers a unique challenge set along Port Macquarie’s spectacular waterfront and throughout the scenic coastal region.

Swim the calm protected waters of Hastings river, ride along the Pacific ocean, and run in the heart of Port Macquarie – a course renowned for its energetic sideline support from the local community.

About Port Macquarie
Nestled on the Mid North Coast of New South Wales, halfway between Sydney and Brisbane, in a region renowned for its natural beauty, Port Macquarie is one of Australia’s favourite holiday spots and the perfect place to have a Race-cation!

What better way to start your Race-cation then discovering the region has over 52+ things to do whether it be a mild to wild experience. For the adrenalin enthusiasts there are jet skis, jet boat rides, sky diving and paragliding. Nature lovers will be spoilt for choice with horse riding, 4WD tours, scenic river cruises and a morning surf with the dolphins. To reconnect with the family take a rainforest walk, a picnic by a waterfall or just enjoy quality time on the beach.

With golden beaches, lush rainforests, stunning hinterland and an abundant of wildlife, all at your doorstep, Greater Port Macquarie is the perfect place to train, compete and recover and make your IRONMAN 70.3 Port Macquarie the best experience.

IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship Qualifying Race
There are 40 qualifying slots to the 2019 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship in Nice, France.

For further information for Athletes and Spectators, use the drop down menus above.

Download the IRONMAN Oceania Mobile App!
Available on Apple and Android Download here.

The App has everything you need to know about the event as an athlete or a spectator.

IRONMAN North American Championship 2019 Live Streaming Online on Apr 27 2019

The Woodlands, Texas

Race with champions in the Lone Star State.The 2019 Memorial Hermann IRONMAN Texas North American Championship offers 80 qualifying slots to the 2019 IRONMAN World Championship in Kona, Hawaii.

Finish Lines provide the perfect opportunity to express our thanks to all of our Valentines.

Today, we share our love to everyone that has toed an IRONMAN Start Line and the individuals who have supported them every step of the way. Happy 

Athletes will begin with a 2.4-mile swim in Lake Woodlands. Next is a 112-mile bike course that will take participants west through the scenic, east Texas. The day ends with a 26.2-mile run course entirely within The Woodlands.