Canada's Brent McMahon turned in a 7:50:15 Ironman on Sunday in Arizona, finishing second.
Canada's Lionel Sanders turning in the fastest Ironman time ever to dominate and defend his title.
Canadian Brent McMahon has gone under eight hours three times in his short Ironman career.
McMahon and Lyles earned the Ironman South American Championship titles, $30,000 winning paychecks and automatic Kona starting spots.
In the days leading up to 70.3 St. George, McMahon chats about his storied history, race strategy and how he keeps things fresh year after year.
The Canadian chats about the Kona experience, Ironman lessons and if he'll look to beat his 7:55:48 Ironman Arizona course record on Sunday.
With a start list that includes nearly 100 pros, including a couple of notable Ironman rookies, there are bound to be a couple of surprises.
Canada's Brent McMahon chats about preparing for Ironman Arizona after the Ironman Lake Tahoe cancellation.
For Brent McMahon the last four years have been the roller coaster ride of all roller coaster rides.