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Australia’s Mirinda Carfrae, the 2007 Ford Ironman 70.3 World Champion, went to Kona this past October to try her hand at the world’s most important triathlon. So how did she do? She took second to Great Britain’s Chrissie Wellington and broke the women’s run course record (2:56:51) in her first ever marathon. The former basketball star discussed her quick transition from the hardwood to the lava fields.Click here to listen to the podcast.