One week on and we recap what went down last weekend at Ironman Cairns.

It was a race for the history books as Javier Gomez Noya delivered a polished performance in his first Ironman that earn’t him second place on the podium and a sub-8 time (7:56:39).

Terenzo was undefeated in 2018 and after a 3-week training camp in #Kona just prior to #IMCairns still grabbed third place in his second Ironman of the year.

David Plese achieved what he set out to do – #Kona points.

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