2015 Ironman 70.3 World Champs – Men’s Race

Jan Frodeno put together a 22:14 swim, 2:09:04 bike and 1:16:32 run on his way to the 3:51:19 victory.

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Germany’s Jan Frodeno earned the first Ironman 70.3 World Championship of his career by outpacing a field that included several former world champions at the distance. Germany’s Sebastian Kienle – a two-time winner at this race and the reigning Ironman world champion – was second, with Spain’s Javier Gomez – the 2014 winner – rounding out the podium. Recap the race.

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