Reigning Ironman 70.3 U.S. champion Kelly Williamson chats about Saturday’s St. George race and her goal of defending her title. Williamson admits that she’s not feeling great about her form, but is excited to test her legs on the tough course.
– Sebastian Kienle On St. George Race Strategy And More
– Leanda Cave Excited For A Tough St. George Race
– Stellar Field Heads To St. George For 70.3 U.S. Champs
– St. George’s Shift From Ironman To 70.3
– St. George Travel Guide For Triathletes
– Quotes: Pro Panel At Ironman 70.3 St. George
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Germany's Anja Beranek was strong throughout the day at Sunday's Ironman 70.3 World Championships at Zell am See.
Spain's Javier Gomez chats about overcoming a race-week illness on his way to a third-place finish in Zell am See.
Germany's Sebastian Kienle chats about being the "vice champion" (AKA runner up) at yesterday's Ironman 70.3 World Championship.
Switzerland's Daniela Ryf put together a 23:46 swim, a 2:21:10 bike and a 1:22:51 half-marathon on her way to the 4:11:34 victory.
"I certainly wasn't a happy guy on the run course."
Canada's Heather Wurtele chats ahead of Ironman 70.3 Worlds about the tough competition, the European course and managing the Kona balance.
Jan Frodeno (GER) chats about tackling the Ironman 70.3 World Championships ahead of his biggest goal of 2015—coming out on top in Kona.
Daniela Ryf talks about what she's got to prove ahead of Sunday's race, as well as October's Ironman World Championship.
Cave validated her spot on October's Kona start line.
American Matt Hanson had a breakout win in The Woodlands, Texas on Saturday.