When injury derailed plans to validate his Kona slot in March, Jan Frodeno put his head down and focused on healing well and ticking off that box in May with a runner-up finish at Ironman Lanzarote. Not one to rest on his laurels of Olympic gold, Ironman 70.3 World Championship, and Ironman World Championship, the German then smashed the long-distance world record at Challenge Roth.

Frodeno passed on defending his 70.3 world championship title this year, with his eye on the prize: the crown of it leaves for the victor of the Ironman World Championship.


Wilde and Watkinson win Ironman 70.3 Melbourne

Wilde and Watkinson win Ironman 70.3 Melbourne

Bahrain Victorious 13 dominated Ironman 70.3 Melbourne with its two Kiwi powerhouses: Hayden Wilde and Amelia Watkinson topped the men’s and women’s fields respectively. Wilde made a smashing debut over the middle distance with a wire-to-wire victory, recording the...

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