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2016 Ironman South American Championship Brazil

Canada’s Brent McMahon and the United States’ Liz Lyles were stellar at Sunday's Ironman South American Championships in Brazil.

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Photos: Wagner Araujo

Canada’s Brent McMahon and the United States’ Liz Lyles each turned in performances today at Ironman Florianopolis that will make them athletes to watch come Kona time. Each completed the 140.6 miles in course-record times—McMahon at 7:46:10 and Lyles at 8:54:10—to earn the Ironman South American Championship titles, $30,000 winning paychecks and automatic starting spots on October’s Ironman World Championship start line.
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