Which Ironman race is the easiest?

Which Ironman race is the easiest?

Ironman 70.3 turkey has produced some of the fastest times over the 70.3 distance, making it technically the easiest half on the calendar.

Which Ironman race is the best?

List of Best Ironman/Full Distance Triathlons in the world:

  • Ironman Arizona.
  • Ironman Mont-Tremblant.
  • Challenge Roth.
  • Ironman UK.
  • Ironman Copenhagen.
  • Ironman Austria.
  • Full X, Ambleside.
  • Zalaris Norseman.

Which Ironman is the most difficult?

IRONMAN Lanzarote While IRONMAN races are considered the toughest triathlons in the world, this is one of the toughest IRONMAN events. The reason for its reputation: the bike. Athletes face more than 2,551 meters of climbing and strong winds. The run, although flat, has athletes contending with fierce heat.

What is the hardest Ironman in the US?

George is clearly the hardest, followed by Ironman Malaysia and Ironman Wisconsin. But you have to dig deeper, into the race splits, to see what makes these races stand out. See links above. New Zealand, Arizona, Florida, Lake Placid, Canada and Wisconsin times seem spot-on, based on our experience racing there.

What is the best first Ironman?

Ironman Florida gets top billing among the first-timers are PR-seekers.

  • The swim is in the Gulf of Mexico, and as with any very large body of water, may present some chop.
  • The bike is almost entirely flat, making for some speedy average splits. The course does see some wind.

Is Kona the hardest IRONMAN?

Despite being one of – if not – the most famous Ironman events in the world, the Ironman World Championship in Kailua-Kona is not the hardest race. Which is incredible, because it does offer some of the most challenging race conditions.

What is the fastest IRONMAN?

7 hours 51 minutes 13 seconds
The fastest completion of the IRONMAN® World Championship by a male athlete is 7 hours 51 minutes 13 seconds, achieved by Jan Frodeno (Germany) at Kailua-Kona in Hawaii, USA, on 12 October 2019. Frodeno completed the 2.4-mile swim in 47:31, the 112-mile bike ride in 4:16:03, and the 26.2-mile marathon in 2:42:43.