Brent McMahon From IMAZ: I’d Like To Go Under 8 Again

The Canadian chats about the Kona experience, Ironman lessons and if he'll look to beat his 7:55:48 Ironman Arizona course record on Sunday.

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Last year in Tempe, Canada’s Brent McMahon burst onto the Ironman scene by turning in the fastest time ever posted by a rookie at the distance. He crossed the Arizona finish line in 7:55:48 to earn the win and is back one year later to defend his title. The Bahrain Endurance 13 team member chats about the Kona experience, Ironman lessons and his goals for Sunday’s race.

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