Lionel Sanders wins the IRONMAN 70.3 Mont-Tremblant

The Canadian triathlete media Lionel Sanders today he returned to the competition in the IRONMAN 70.3 Mont-Tremblant in Canada where he has achieved victory.

The test that has been disputed on the medium distance format He has had 1,9 km of swimming. 90 km of cycling and 21 of running.

Sanders started almost 2' from the first in the water, reached T2 first with a 2:35 advantage over the second and finally got the victory with a time of 3:48:02, leading 2:14 to Thomas Andrew (3:50:16) and at 2:44 a Jackson Laundry (3: 50: 46).

Sanders has returned to the competition in the best way after being runner-up of the world at IM St George last May

 The victory in the women's event has been for Tamara jewett

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