Rasmus Henning tells us about his last big bike ride before Saturday's Ironman World Championship and talks about his decision to retire.
Denmark's Rasmus Henning retained his title at today’s Challenge Fuerteventura with a convincing win 3:57:16 win.
Henning runs to victory and Butterfield breaks the field on the final 30 miles of the bike.
Danish pro Rasmus Henning, a two-time Olympian and the winner of the 2010 Challenge Roth, will now be coached by San Francisco-based Matt Dixon of Purplepatch Fitness. Henning and his coach of 12 years Michael Krüger parted ways amicably.
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It was a dramatic day in Oceanside, Calif. as both the pro men's and women's race came down to the late miles of the run. In the end, Andy Potts and Mirinda Carfrae earned their third titles in So Cal thanks to speedy performances down the finish line chute.
Denmark's Rasmus Henning previews the 2011 Abu Dhabi International Triathlon.
Craig Alexander, Chrissie Wellington, Mirinda Carfrae, Chris Lieto, Julie Dibens, Andreas Raelert and Rasmus Henning answered questions for the triathlon media two days before the IM world championships and although some of the answers were pretty standard, they also had a few surprising and interesting things to say.
Reigning two-time Ironman World Champion is the favorite heading into Saturday's race, but he's going to face some tough competition. Who's your pick?