Zamora Perez, Deckers Win Ironman France In Nice

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Spain’s Marcel Zamora Perez and Belgium’s Tine Deckers posted steady efforts to win today’s Ironman France Triathlon in Nice, France. Zamora Perez took the course record at 8:25:28 thanks to a blazing 2:42:08 marathon. On the women’s side, Deckers posted a strong bike time of 5:08:30 and held off a fast-running Erika Csomor of Hungary to take the win in 9:21:29.

Ironman France
Nice, France—June 27, 2010
2.4-mile swim, 112-mile bike, 26.2-mile run

1. Marcel Zamora Perez (ESP) 8:25:28
2. Frederik Van Lierde (BEL) 8:30:39
3. Olivier Marceau (SUI) 8:52:25
4. Bruno Clerbout (BEL) 8:53:15
5. Romain Guillaume (FRA) 8:58:56

1. Tine Deckers (BEL) 9:21:29
2. Erika Csomor (HUN) 9:36:08
3. Alexandra Louison (FRA) 9:38:25
4. Britta Martin (GER) 9:40:53
5. Johanna Daumas (FRA) 9:56:34

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