Christchurch triathlete Mike Phillips has stunned a star-studded field to win his first title over the IRONMAN distance, overcoming a mechanical and a crash on the bike leg to win the 35th Anniversary Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain IRONMAN New Zealand in Taup
The women’s race is shaping as one of the best seen in recent years at the 35th anniversary Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain IRONMAN New Zealand this Saturday, with a host of contenders from all corners of the world, including New Zealand’s own emerging star in
Olympians, Emma Jackson and Ryan Fisher are both traveling down to the Apple Isle this weekend to launch their bids for a second Olympic campaign, while also hoping to add their names to the honour roll of the Devonport Triathlon.
It seems fitting that a celebration of 35 years of Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain IRONMAN New Zealand that the men’s race should be set up as a fascinating clash between three of the best the sport has seen, and they are all flying the New Zealand flag.
South Africans Bradley Weiss and Hayley Preen captured the 16th annual XTERRA South Africa Championship off-road triathlon elite titles on a beautiful morning at the Elgin-Grabouw Country Club in the Western Cape on Sunday, February 24.