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The Ironman 70.3 World Championship, possibly the race of the century

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As of today they are classified and could possibly be there competing 10 World Champions

The next month of September is disputed in the American city of Chattanooga the Ironman 70.3 World Championship where the men's race could become the race of the century due to the presence of several Triathlon World Champions.

The first is that today they are classified and could possibly be there competing 10 World Champions in various categories such as Craig Alexander, Andy Potts, Terenzo Bozzone, Michael Realert, Sebatian Kienle, Javier Gomez Noya, Jan Frodeno ,Tim Reed and the double Olympic Champion Alistair Brownlee who has joined the list after winning this weekend at the Ironman 70.3 ST George.

In this article, we are going to review the big names that could be in the Chattanooga World Cup event and its main victories.

Javier Gómez Noya (Spain)

  • 5 global ITU
  • 1 World Ironman 70.3
  • 4 European Triathlon ITU Championship
  • 1 European Triathlon MD Championship

Photo: @iamspecialized

Jan Frodeno (Germany)

  • 1 Olympic gold
  • 1 World Ironman 70.3
  • 2 World Ironman

Photo: TRI247.com

Alistair Brownlee (Great Britain) (*)

  • 2 Olympic Games
  • 2 global ITU
  • 3 Europeans ITU
    Photo: Majphotography

    Craig Alexander (Australia)

  • 3 Ironman World
  • 2 Ironman 70.3 World
    Photo: stagescycling.com

    Sebatian Kienle (Germany)

  • 1 Ironman World
  • 2 Ironman 70.3 World
    Photo: Triathletes

Tim Reed (Australia)

  • 1 World Ironman 70.3
    Photo: trizone.com.au

Terenzo Bozoone (New Zealand)

  • 1 World Ironman 70.3
    Photo: argon18bike.com

Michael Raelert (Germany)

2 Ironman World 70.3 2009 and 2010
Photo: castelli-cycling.com

Andy Potts (United States)

  • 1 World of Ironman 70.3
    Photo: trimadnessblog

Lionel Sanders (Canada)

22 Ironman 70.3 played in the last 4 seasons, the 82% of their races are podiums, and 14 has won victories on (64%)
Photo: triathlete.com

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