Leanda Cave On The Double: “Not In My Wildest Dreams”

Leanda Cave is the first woman to ever achieve the "double" by winning in Vegas and Kona.

Photo: Paul Phillips

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Great Britain’s Leanda Cave became the first women to ever achieve the “double” by winning both the 70.3 world championship and the Ironman World Championship in the same year. See our post-race interview with the now four-time world champion.

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