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A weekend of racing at the Ironman 70.3 World Championship just wrapped up, and it featured several storylines to be excited about. For the first time in the history of the race, women were highlighted on their own day of racing on Saturday, with Daniela Ryf of Switzerland making her own history by becoming the first athlete to win three 70.3 World Championship titles. Sunday saw ITU all-star Javier Gomez of Spain return to the top of the world championship podium with a thrilling come-from-behind performance on the run. Overall, the weekend saw approximately 4,500 athletes from 90 countries compete.
More photos from the weekend:
– Photos: Daniela Ryf Wins Record Third 70.3 World Title
– Photos: Gomez Impresses to Earn Second 70.3 World Title