In 2011, the Aussie set a course record wherever she raced, prompting the common question: Who’s the new girl?
Will we see 70.3 world champ Melissa Hauschildt (nee Rollison) in Des Moines, Vegas or Kona this year? Find out in this week's "Dispatch."
Melissa Rollison's long build-up towards attempting to defend her 70.3 world title this year will continue on the Sunshine Coast.
The favorites face the media and the looming 200km bike leg.
Craig “Crowie” Alexander reclaimed the Ironman 70.3 world champion title, which he first won in 2006, at today’s race on a new, challenging course around Lake Las Vegas and Henderson, Nev. Aussie Melissa Rollison, who first came to our attention by winning this year’s Vineman 70.3, captured her first half-iron world champ title. Both winners outran their respective fields to finish with a commanding lead.
Australia's Melissa Rollison took the top spot at a 70.3 race for the second time in two weeks at the Vineman 70.3 triathlon.