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2015 Ironman Mont-Tremblant

Americans Jordan Rapp and Mary Beth Ellis each earned a confidence-boosting win and a $20,000 paycheck.

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With a $100,000 prize purse and the final North American opportunity to earn KPR points ahead of the August Kona qualifying deadline, Sunday’s Ironman Mont-Tremblant welcomed a unique mix of professionals. Some traveled to Quebec in hopes of gaining some last-minute points, while others who have already registered for the Ironman World Championship were simply looking to take home a big paycheck and one more full-distance experience ahead of Kona. It was Americans Jordan Rapp and Mary Beth Ellis who each earned the confidence-boosting win and a $20,000 paycheck.

Read the race recap here.