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2016 Ironman 70.3 Austin

The United States' Chris Leiferman and South Africa's Jeanni Seymour made the best out of the bike-run format to take the victories.

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Dense fog lead to the cancellation of the swim for safety reasons and Sunday’s Ironman 70.3 Austin was relegated to a 56-mile bike and 13- mile run time trial. The pro men and women fields were sent off in 30 second intervals making a true test of man and woman against the clock.

The United States’ Chris Leiferman and South Africa’s Jeanni Seymour made the best out of the bike-run format to take the victories. Read the recap at Ironman.com