Those of us who do triathlon will love this place, those of us who do not do triathlon will be converted.
I signed up for IM Austria as my first IM the day after last year's race as I have several mates who have completed it before and I wanted a European race to have my family there for the big day. I have raced 2 x ITU Abu Dhabi and 4 X IM 70.3 but nothing prepared me for the sheer scale of this race with close to 3500 athletes milling around the town of Klagenfurt for the 19th edition of the event. They claim to be the biggest IM in the world and it certainly felt like it with a really warm welcome from the locals.
Mark Lee's race report from Japan
Following the Aquathon, many Tritons boarded the Sea Lynx to celebrate with founding member and coach, Annemarie Munk, prior to her departure to the UK.
A great turnout at the Aquathon event on the 17th June, despite what the weather gods could throw at us.
No matter how many times you do it, it always hurts like hell, and while you run you always promise to yourself never to do it again and yet this was my 12th full ironman. I guess it is the unexplainable satisfaction when crossing the finish line that makes you forget all the pain, always wanting you to go back for more.
Tritons FOS race report by Jeff.
Outside of the traditional triathlete training ground, a few Tritons have been busy working on a new multi-sport skill set, including burping, bouncing, and rocking the future generation of Tritons.
Congratulations to Sophia Lai who reached Gold at the Port Dickson Triathlon in Malaysia on 22 April, and third overall at the Sprint! Read her story here.
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