Daniela Ryf Wins Record Third 70.3 World Title

The women took center stage on Saturday in Chattanooga.

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Switzerland’s Daniela Ryf made it look easy over a brutal course seemingly carved out for her as she captured her fifth Ironman world title and a historic third 70.3 crown in a time of 4 hours 11 minutes 59 seconds—a full 6:36 over her nearest competitor Emma Pallant (GBR) and 7:41 on Laura Philipp (GBR), who rounded out the podium in third. Read the complete race recap.

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