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Tim Reed On Kona: This Year Will Be About Minimizing The Risks

The 31-year-old and his coach Matt Dixon believe his best years as an Ironman athlete are ahead of him, so they're using this year as a learning experience.

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Australia’s Tim Reed is in Kona ready to race this Saturday’s Ironman World Championship fresh off of his Ironman 70.3 World Championship victory just over a month ago. The 31-year-old and his coach Matt Dixon believe his best years as an Ironman athlete are ahead of him, so they’re using this year as a learning experience. Reed’s main goal on Saturday is to have a solid marathon in the tough Kona conditions.

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