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Kona ’19: the On athletes at the Ironman World Championships
Triathlon’s most prestigious event returns this weekend. We look at the On athletes taking part and hoping for glory.
Bart Aernouts takes Ironman 70.3 Dubai title
Team On’s Belgian bullet triathlete entered the race with low expectations. Then crushed it.
´The Captain´ wins Ironman 70.3 Buffalo City
South African Team On triathlete Matt Trautman takes victory on home soil for the fourth time.
Winning an Ironman World Title in Borrowed Shoes
When Ironman World Championships age grouper Gill Fullen realized her race shoes might have too many miles on them, she visited the On stand for advice. This is what happened next.
Tim Don Wins Patagonman Triathlon
The Man with the Halo added a title with a difference to his collection, winning the rough and rugged off-road Iron-distance race in deepest Patagonia, Chile.
Frederik Van Lierde wins Ironman Lanzarote
On his 40th birthday, the Belgian triathlon legend earned the perfect present – victory on the iconic Lanzarote course.
The 85-year-old Ironman World Champion
The loudest cheer of the 2018 Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii, was for 85-year-old Hiromu Inada. The retiree crossed the line on clouds to become the oldest finisher the event has ever seen.
The fastest Kona ever
New records, big debuts and even bigger comebacks. On athletes were out in full force for the 2018 iron-distance triathlon World Championships in Kona, Hawaii.
Racing to show others what’s possible
Marcus Cook once weighed almost 500lbs (227kg). Then a conversation with a dying friend changed not just his health, but his whole life. Now Marcus has his sights set on the Ironman World Championships. This is his inspiring story.
Tim Don to make remarkable Kona comeback
Just ten months after breaking his neck in the days before the 2017 Ironman World Championships, Tim Don secures a miraculous return at the 2018 event.