Longest uphill and downhill speed like almost 40mph in madison, Wisconsin 4th of July 2017
This video was shot in Madison Wisconsin and is the tribute video for the 2017 Ironman Wisconsin produced by C26 Triathlon (Crushing Iron). Another incredible atmosphere in Madison, Wisconsin and the spectators came out in droves! Just a spectacular race venue. We've done a video every year starting in 2013 and they can all be found at www.crushingiron.com. C26 Triathlon has a bi-weekly triathlon podcast, coaches beginner to advanced athletes, and holds triathlon camps in Nashville Tennessee. All that information can be found on our website, www.crushingiron.com. The Crushing Iron Podcast is co-hosted twice a week by Mike Tarrolly and Robbie Bruce
I had a great day of triathlon training around Sineu and in Can Picafort/ Playa de Muro. I wish I could have done longer sessions, but slowly I'm getting there again. Follow me between videos: www.instagram.com/lindenandreas See you soon! /Andreas --- Music from Epidemic sound: - Concrete - Like a Ricochet - Rapture Video produced by Ida Carr, www.idacarr.se/en Instagram: @idacrr
This was taken during the 2016 Wisconsin Brick Adventure. Here is the quick and dirty GoPro video of just the course changes. The video starts just as you turn onto Observatory from Garfoot and ends as you turn back onto Timber Ln. Loop 1: From Garfoot turn left onto Mineral Point. Right to Garfoot. (Long twisty downhill that is part of the original course) Right to Observatory (The video starts here) Right to Barlow (1:19) Left to Mineral Point (7:00) Right to Old Military Road (12:14) Old Military Road will turn into County Highway J (13:07) Left to Valley Spring Road (15:07) Vally Spring curves into Klevenville-Riley Road (16:40) At 18:25 - Ignore this turn in the video, I had to pull off the road briefly. Left to J (12:06) Right to Mauer (23:39) Right to Timber Ln (25:48) You are now back on the original IMWI course. For loop 2, From Garfoot turn right to Mineral Point, then proceed to Old Military Road and the rest is the same as above. See the full course at the official IMWI site. http://www.ironman.com/triathlon/events/americas/ironman/wisconsin/race-info/course.aspx#axzz4G2PuQcJe
Held every fall in the US city of Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, the Ford Ironman World Championship encompasses three endurance events of a 2.4 mile (ocean) swim, followed by a 112 mile bike ride (across the Hawaiian lava desert), finishing with a 26.2 mile marathon along the coast. Before an athlete makes it to the championship, however, a spot must be won through one of the qualifying events which take place annually around the world. Ironman and Ironman 70.3 events are held in various locations in Australia, Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, Japan, the Canary Islands, South Africa and Europe.
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