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Tim O’Donnell: “I Sent Myself to the Med Tent” to Earn Kona 4th

O'Donnell talks about the drastic changes he's made in his training, the head-to-head battle with Braden Currie, and managing the balance of parenthood with elite-level racing.

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American Tim O’Donnell raced his way to a fourth-place finish at the 2018 Ironman World Championship, crossing the line in 8:03:17. O’Donnell talks about the drastic changes he’s made in his training, the head-to-head battle with Braden Currie, and managing the balance of parenthood with elite-level racing.