2018 Championship Edition of Breakfast with Bob from Kona: Bart Aernouts 2nd Place
Bart had the race of his life yesterday in Kona, finishing sub-8 and in second place. We talked with Bart about his year leading into his awesome race at the Ironman World Championship, and how the race unfolded for him.
2018 Championship Edition of Breakfast with Bob from Kona: Lucy Charles 2nd Place
Lucy went faster than any woman has ever gone before at the Ironman World Championship yesterday (including a new swim course record), and finished in 2nd place to the now 4-time champion Daniela Ryf. We talked with Lucy about her day, why it was so special, what she can take from it, and why she...
Brent McMahon was forced to drop out in 2017 after getting stung by a jellyfish during the race. He has gone under eight hours five times, won Ironman Canada this year, and has the swim, bike, and run talent to win this race. Will this be the year?
Cam Wurf is a former pro cyclist who has gone all in on Ironman and, hoping to get it right, has raced 15 Iron distance events over the past few years and six this year alone. Last year he went 4:12 and set a new bike course record. This season has been all about getting his run time under 3:00 h...
2018 Championship Edition of Breakfast with Bob from Kona: Timothy O'Donnell 4th Place
Tim had an awesome battle yesterday at the Ironman World Championship, finishing in 4th place, going faster than any American in Kona ever before. We chatted with him about his day and why it was so epic.
2018 Championship Edition of Breakfast with Bob from Kona: Women's Champion Daniela Ryf
Yesterday at the 2018 Ironman World Championship, it was an unforgettable day for the now 4-time world champion Daniela Ryf. We went through her historic day, which started a little rough, but ended perfectly, with an Ironman record of 8:26:16.
2018 Championship Edition of Breakfast with Bob from Kona: Men's Champion Patrick Lange
The 2018 Ironman World Championship will always be memorable for the back-to-back champion, who set an amazing course record of 7:52:39, but the biggest reason may be for the moment at the finish line when he proposed to his girlfriend right after he won the biggest race of his life.