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IRONMAN 70.3 European Championship Wiesbaden

  • Boris Stein's splits: 27:19 swim / 2:15:51 bike / 1:16:52 run
  • 4:05:03 for Andreas Raelert - second place!
  • Ruedi Wild ranks third in 4:06:53
  • Wild (1:13:38) and Raelert (1:13:45) had the best run splits so far
  • 4:07:30 - fourth place for Antony Costes
  • Kevin Collington takes fifth place in 4:09:50
  • Camilla Pedersen has passed the timing at Km 15.5
  • Alexandra Tondeur passed Natascha Schmitt for third place
  • Top 10 Men Finish:

    1 4 Stein, Boris (GER) PRO RSG Montabaur - - 04:03:08
    2 43 Raelert, Andreas (GER) PRO TriZack Rostock - - +01:55 04:05:03
    3 39 Wild, Ruedi (SUI) PRO Tri Club - - +03:45 04:06:53
    4 40 Costes, Antony (FRA) PRO Triathlon Toulous... - - +04:22 04:07:30
    5 9 Collington, Kevin (USA) PRO - - +06:42 04:09:50
    6 79 Kueng, Manuel (SUI) PRO Team Koach - - +08:28 04:11:36
    7 82 Dreitz, Andreas (GER) PRO SV Bayreuth - - +09:21 04:12:29
    8 90 Giglmayr, Andreas (AUT) PRO Tri Team Hallein - - +09:46 04:12:54
    9 25 Molins, Albert (ESP) PRO Durance Triathlon - - +10:15 04:13:23
    10 14 Goetstouwers, Stenn (BEL) PRO TEAM 185 - - +12:40 04:15:48
  • 2:23 is the gap between Camilla Pedersen and Anja Beranek at Km 15.5
  • Boris Stein - great champion at the Sparkassen-Finanzgruppe IRONMAN 70.3 European championship 2015 Photo: Finisherpix

  • Boris Stein - fantastic race at the Sparkassen-Finanzgruppe IRONMAN 70.3 European championship 2015 Photo: Finisherpix

  • Andreas Raelert takes silver at the Sparkassen-Finanzgruppe IRONMAN 70.3 European championship 2015 Photo: Finisherpix

  • Andreas Raelert - racing with a smile at the Sparkassen-Finanzgruppe IRONMAN 70.3 European championship 2015 Photo: Finisherpix

  • Boris Stein, Andreas Raelert and Ruedi Wild - great champions at the Sparkassen-Finanzgruppe IRONMAN 70.3 European championship 2015 Photo: Finisherpix

  • Congrats, Boris Stein and Andreas Raelert Photo: Finisherpix

  • Ruedi WIld takes third place Photo: Finisherpix

  • Take a shower, champs! Photo: Finisherpix

  • Camilla Pedersen is on the final 2 kilometers
  • Top 8 Women Run Km 16:

    1 63 Pedersen, Camilla (DEN) PRO ETOM 04:14:28
    2 53 Beranek, Anja (GER) PRO TV Erlangen +02:23 04:16:51
    3 62 Tondeur, Alexandra (BEL) PRO Urbantrisports +06:35 04:21:03
    4 70 Schmitt, Natascha (GER) PRO algemarin TUS Gri... +07:51 04:22:19
    5 52 Vesterby, Michelle (DEN) PRO OTK +13:18 04:27:46
    6 68 Kuhn, Nina (GER) PRO equipeRED +15:07 04:29:35
    7 66 Vodickova, Radka (CZE) PRO +15:08 04:29:36
    8 77 Morel, Charlotte (FRA) PRO Saint RAPHAEL tri... +17:10 04:31:38
  • Camilla Pedersen takes a great win at the Sparkassen-Finanzgruppe IRONMAN 70.3 European championship in 4:36:04
  • Anja Beranek crosses the line in 4:40:29 - silver for Anja
  • Alexandra Tondeur takes third place in 4:43:14
  • Natascha Schmitt ranks fourth in 4:44:53
  • Great women's champions at the Sparkassen-Finanzgruppe IRONMAN European championship 2015 Photo: Finisherpix

  • Camilla Pedersen on the way to the line and another great success at the Sparkassen-Finanzgruppe IRONMAN European championship 2015 Photo: Finisherpix

  • Great race, Camilla Pedersen. Sparkassen-Finanzgruppe IRONMAN European champion 2015 Photo: Finisherpix

  • Great race, Camilla Pedersen. Sparkassen-Finanzgruppe IRONMAN European champion 2015 Photo: Finisherpix

  • Great race, Anja Beranek. Sparkassen-Finanzgruppe IRONMAN European vice champion 2015 Photo: Finisherpix

  • Great race, Anja Beranek. Sparkassen-Finanzgruppe IRONMAN European vice champion 2015 Photo: Finisherpix

  • Alexandra Tondeur ranks third at the Sparkassen-Finanzgruppe IRONMAN European championship 2015 Photo: Finisherpix

  • Top 10 Women Finish:

    1 63 Pedersen, Camilla (DEN) PRO ETOM - - 04:36:04
    2 53 Beranek, Anja (GER) PRO TV Erlangen - - +04:25 04:40:29
    3 62 Tondeur, Alexandra (BEL) PRO Urbantrisports - - +07:10 04:43:14
    4 70 Schmitt, Natascha (GER) PRO algemarin TUS Gri... - - +08:49 04:44:53
    5 52 Vesterby, Michelle (DEN) PRO OTK - - +13:49 04:49:53
    6 66 Vodickova, Radka (CZE) PRO - - +14:48 04:50:52
    7 108 Zimmermann, Laura (GER) 25 SV Würzburg 05 - - +16:57 04:53:01
    8 68 Kuhn, Nina (GER) PRO equipeRED - - +17:20 04:53:24
    9 77 Morel, Charlotte (FRA) PRO Saint RAPHAEL tri... - - +18:34 04:54:38
    10 67 Stienen, Astrid (GER) PRO DLC Aachen - - +19:59 04:56:03
  • Quotes from the press conference:

    Thomas Dieckhoff, CEO IRONMAN Europe, Middle East and Africa: We had approximately 90.000 spectators out there. This is a new record – we can be really pleased with that. This race has been fantastic marketing for our sports.

    Björn Steinmetz, Managing Director Germany: We made some little changes on the run course – and that really paid off. The finish line area at the Kurhaus Wiesbaden is more wide and we have a lot of people there watching. The pro race was a great success – it was super fair.

    Camilla Pedersen, DEN, women’s champion: It feels really good, I’m very happy. There were a lot of fans out there. Anja and myself, we had a tough fight, I had to keep myself cool.

    Boris Stein, GER, men’s champion: I’m totally over the moon. My plan was to not risk too much because I wanted to secure my qualification for Kona. My swim was very good, so, I totally changed tactics early on the bike. The final lap of the run was hard, but I’m absolutely happy.

    Anja Beranek, GER, 2nd place women’s race: I’m very happy with my race. I tried everything on the run to attack Camilla on the first 10 km, but a woman with a hammer hit me then.

    Andreas Raelert, GER, 2nd place men’s race: Boris was in his own race today, he was super strong. I tried to realize a satisfying result today, and this worked out. My main goal was to qualify for Kona here.

    Alexandra Tondeur, BEL, 3rd place women’s race: I’m very happy with my race. It was hard, but I’m absolutely glad to be on the podium.

    Ruedi Wild, SUI, 3rd place men’s race: I tried to save some energy on the first two run laps which worked out. I could push on the last two laps – it was a good race for me.
  • Press conference

  • Press conference

  • Top 10 Women Finish:

    1 63 Pedersen, Camilla (DEN) PRO ETOM - - 04:36:04
    2 53 Beranek, Anja (GER) PRO TV Erlangen - - +04:25 04:40:29
    3 62 Tondeur, Alexandra (BEL) PRO Urbantrisports - - +07:10 04:43:14
    4 70 Schmitt, Natascha (GER) PRO algemarin TUS Gri... - - +08:49 04:44:53
    5 52 Vesterby, Michelle (DEN) PRO OTK - - +13:49 04:49:53
    6 66 Vodickova, Radka (CZE) PRO - - +14:48 04:50:52
    7 108 Zimmermann, Laura (GER) 25 SV Würzburg 05 - - +16:57 04:53:01
    8 68 Kuhn, Nina (GER) PRO equipeRED - - +17:20 04:53:24
    9 77 Morel, Charlotte (FRA) PRO Saint RAPHAEL tri... - - +18:34 04:54:38
    10 67 Stienen, Astrid (GER) PRO DLC Aachen - - +19:59 04:56:03
  • Top 10 Men Finish:

    1 4 Stein, Boris (GER) PRO RSG Montabaur - - 04:03:08
    2 43 Raelert, Andreas (GER) PRO TriZack Rostock - - +01:55 04:05:03
    3 39 Wild, Ruedi (SUI) PRO Tri Club - - +03:45 04:06:53
    4 40 Costes, Antony (FRA) PRO Triathlon Toulous... - - +04:22 04:07:30
    5 9 Collington, Kevin (USA) PRO - - +06:42 04:09:50
    6 79 Kueng, Manuel (SUI) PRO Team Koach - - +08:28 04:11:36
    7 82 Dreitz, Andreas (GER) PRO SV Bayreuth - - +09:21 04:12:29
    8 90 Giglmayr, Andreas (AUT) PRO Tri Team Hallein - - +09:46 04:12:54
    9 25 Molins, Albert (ESP) PRO Durance Triathlon - - +10:15 04:13:23
    10 14 Goetstouwers, Stenn (BEL) PRO TEAM 185 - - +12:40 04:15:48
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