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Video: Potts “I used every trick I’ve learned”

American Andy Potts raced to his second fourth-place finish at the Ironman World Championship.

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For the second year in a row, American Andy Potts raced to a fourth-place finish at the Ironman World Championship. The consistent top performer says he felt like he “checked every box” in his preparation and tried a few new approaches this year to be a contender. With a lead pack 50:52 swim, 4:32 bike and 2:53 marathon, Potts earned his way into the top five.

 

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