Stierli, Nilsen Take Victories At Tough Norseman Xtreme Triathlon
The 140.4-mile event is limited to 250 athletes and features a total ascent of 5,000 meters.
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Markus Stierli and Liv Bjerkreim Nilsen won today’s Norseman Xtreme Triathlon in Norway. The race is known for being one of the toughest on the planet. The 140.4-mile event is limited to 250 athletes and features a total ascent of 5,000 meters.
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Norseman Xtreme Triathlon
Norway – Aug. 3, 2013
3.8km swim, 180km bike, 42.2km run
1. Markus Stierli 11:25:16
2. Dirk Wijnalda 11:41:33
3. Allan Hovda 11:49:30
4. Lars Christian Vold 11:50:07
5. Lasse Rypdal 11:55:09
1. Liv Bjerkreim Nilsen 12:43:14
2. Lydia Waldmueller 12:55:20
3. Line Foss 13:01:34
4. Malin Lundvik 13:54:59
5. Rebekka Trukenmüller 13:59:04
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