Magnus Ditlev and Anne Haug win Challenge Roth, breaking records

Yesterday in the city of Roth, Magnus ditlev y Anne Haug They broke all world records yesterday, establishing themselves as the fastest triathletes in the IRONMAN distance.

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This year's DATEV Challenge Roth will be remembered for the records achieved and the spectacular times achieved.

Magnus ditlev from Denmark won his third consecutive title, setting a new world record in the long distance of 226 km with a time of 7:23:24.

For its part, Anne Haug from Germany, also broke the women's world record with a mark of 8:02:38, surpassing the time of Daniela Ryf from the previous year by almost six minutes.

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Records and Notable Results

In addition to world records, other athletes stood out in the competition. Tom Bishop of Great Britain placed second with a time of 7:37:54, setting a new British record.

Els Visser from the Netherlands, who finished third, set a new Dutch record with a time of 8:24:47. The race was also significant for Rudy von berg, who completed the men's podium with a time of 7:38:30.

Ditlev Domain

Magnus ditlev, dubbed the new “King of Roth,” follows in the footsteps of triathlon legends like Lothar Leder y Chris McCormack, who won the race at Roth four consecutive times.

At the finish line, Ditlev expressed his gratitude: “It is a great honor for me to have reached this level. Everything went very well today. “I know the course, which was certainly an advantage, but the spectators were phenomenal and propelled me to this great performance.”

Ditlev began to lead the race quickly after the Main-Danube Canal swim, taking advantage of his familiarity with the course to maintain a comfortable lead until the end.

Patrick Lange, a two-time winner in Hawaii, was forced to abandon the race after suffering a rib injury during the swim.

Despite his efforts to continue on the bike, Lange retired from the course after less than 20 kilometers. “I didn't have any luck today, but I'll be back,” said Lange, who received a warm ovation from the crowd upon reaching the finish line.

Men's 10 Top

Job title Athlete Country Final time
1 Ditlev, Magnus THE 7:23:24
2 Bishop, Thomas GBR 7:37:54
3 VonBerg, Rudy USA 7:38:30
4 Stratmann, Jan GER 7:38:57
5 Chevalier, Leon FRA 7:39:11
6 Zachäus, Stefan LUX 7:40:28
7 Eggeling, Marc GER 7:44:14
8 Lewis, Joshua GBR 7:52:32
9 Störzer, Christian GER 7:52:41
10 Huerzeler, Samuel SUI 7:53:06

Haug's Feat

In the female category, Anne Haug He dominated from the beginning, winning with a mark of 8:02:38, his third victory in Roth after his victories in 2021 and 2022.

Haug signed up for the competition just a week earlier, after recovering from a viral infection that affected his start to the season. “It's amazing – everything aligned today,” said Haug, who also set the fastest race time ever recorded by a woman in a 226 km triathlon with a split of 2:38:52.

Laura Philipp improved her position from last year by finishing second with a time of 8:14:13, while Els Visser she placed third, setting a new Dutch record. Anne Reichmann She rounded out the top four with a time of 8:26:07.

Top 10 female

Job title Athlete Country Final time
1 Haug, Anne GER 8:02:38
2 Philipp, Laura GER 8:14:13
3 Visser, Els NED 8:24:47
4 Reischmann, Anne GER 8:26:07
5 Lewis, Danielle USA 8:26:50
6 Græsbøll Christensen, Katrine THE 8:34:55
7 Robisch, Rebecca GER 8:36:51
8 Zimmerman, Laura GER 8:40:43
9 Skala, Julia GER 8:43:54
10 Pohjalainen, Tiina END 8:45:10

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