Top marathon splits from the Ironman World Championship

Here's how triathletes fared for the marathon at the Ironman World Championship in Hawaii on Saturday

October 16th, 2017 by | Posted in Runs & Races | Tags: , , , , ,

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After more than five hours of biking and swimming, triathletes faced a marathon in brutally hot conditions in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii at the Ironman World Championship.

The 42.2K run followed a 3.86K-swim and 180K-bike with the top run times coming in under 2:40 for men and 3:00-flat for women. Canadian Lionel Sanders produced the fourth-fastest marathon among men on the day to finish second overall. There was an 11-minute spread among the top four men’s runners when it comes to their marathon splits while the women’s spread was six minutes, led by Daniella Ryf’s 3:00:02.

Germany’s Patrick Lange produced the fastest run of the day, clocking 2:39:59 for the marathon, off his course record of 2:39:45 from 2016. Temperatures on the Big Island reached 31 C during portions of the marathon on Saturday afternoon.

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Fastest marathon times


Men: Patrick Lange – 2:39:59
Women: Daniella Ryf – 3:00:02


M: David McNamee – 2:45:30
W: Kaisa Sali – 3:01:33


M: Andy Potts – 2:50:26
W: Sarah Crowley – 3:05:36


M: Lionel Sanders – 2:51:53
W: Heather Jackson – 3:06:19

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