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  •   Home > News > International

    New Zealand's best ironman athletes will have to wait a while longer until they're back competing against their rivals

    New Zealand's best ironman athletes will have to wait a while longer until they're back competing against their rivals


    An ironman virtual club web-based platform has been launched, giving athletes a chance to log their running and biking training times.

    Four professional men and women based out of a Colorado studio are competing against each other this weekend, which will be live streamed.

    Ironman Oceania managing director Dave Beeche says social distancing rules remain intact during the race.

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