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Tim Don gets the second best record in history at Ironman Brazil with 7: 40: 23

He has completed the 3,8 km of swimming, 180 km of cycling and 42 km of running in 7: 40: 23

Today, the South American Ironman Championship was held in Brazil Ironman Brazil where the triathlete Tim Don has achieved the second best mark that has been made in an Iroman by completing an ironman with a total time of 7: 40: 23.

His partials have been in swimming 00: 44: 16, in Cycling: 04: 06: 56 where you have stayed close to the world record achieved by Andrew Starykowicz this April at the Ironman of Texas with 4: 01: 15, and 2: 44: 46 in the 42 km of foot race

The record in an Ironman test has it Jan Frodeno with 7: 35: 39 achieved last year in the Ironman Roth.

Best times in Ironman history

Jan Frodeno Roth 2016 7: 35: 39
Tim Don Brazil 2017 7: 40: 23
Andreas Raelert Roth 2011 7: 41: 33
Lionel Sanders Arizona 2016 7: 44: 29
Marino Vanhoenacker Klagenfurt 2011 7: 45: 58
Brent McMahon Brazil 2016 7: 46: 10
Ivan Rana Klagenfurt 2014 7: 48: 43
Marino Vanhoenacker Klagenfurt 2015 7: 48: 45

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