Kregar, Biscay Earn Victories At Ultraman World Championship
Slovenia’s Miro Kregar and the United States’ Hillary Biscay claimed the tough wins at the three-day Ultraman World Championship.
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Slovenia’s Miro Kregar and the United States’ Hillary Biscay claimed the tough wins at the three-day Ultraman World Championship, which wrapped up on Sunday night.
The Friday-Sunday event was made up of a 6.2-mile swim and a 90-mile bike on day one, a 170-mile bike on day two and a 52.4-mile run on day three.
Kregar, who is 51 years old, combined a 3:14:52 swim, a 5:48:01 first bike, a 7:55:59 second bike and a 6:43:15 double marathon for a total winning time of 23:42:07.
Biscay, who finished second in her first Ultraman attempt in 2010, dominated the women’s race from start to finish. She kicked off her weekend with a race-best 2:37:46 swim and an 8:40:10 bike. Day two she turned in an 8:26:45 bike and rounded out her race with a 7:55:59 double marathon.
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