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Marbella Ironman 70.3

Marbella Ironman 70.3

Marbella Ironman Dates 2021


19 September 2021

(Confirmed by the Town Hall

The inaugural Marbella Ironman 70.3 took place on Sunday  28th April 2018. The second edition took place on Sunday 27th April 2019. The 2020 edition was cancelled.

The race consists of a 1.900m swim at the Levante (eastern) beach of Puerto Banus, a first transition on the Avenida de Naciones Unidas. A 90 km cycle up the Puerto de Ojen, continue on to pass Monda, pass Coin, reach Cartama and return same route to Puerto Banus for the second transitions. The 21km run will be an twice out out and twice return along Marbella seafront promenade from Puerto Banus to Trocadero (Rio Real)

The 70.3 is the Ironman brand for a half the distance of the full ironman race being 70.3 miles or 113 km. There are about 40 full ironman races a year and 100 half Ironman 70.3 races a year all around the world.

Marbella Ironman 2019

In the second Ironman Marbella in 2019 the winner was Andreas Dreitz (Germany) in just under four hours at 3:56:48, second was Alistair Brownlee (Great Britain) in 4:01:00, third Domenico Passuello (Italy) in 4:03:40. 2.047 competitors finished in under 8 hrs.

Marbella Ironman 2018

In the inaugural Ironman Marbella in 2018 the winner was David Mcnamee (Great Britain) in just under four hours at 3:57:46, second Chris Leiferman (USA) in 3:57:46, third Andreas Dreitz (Germany) in 3:58:41. 2.281 competitors finished in under 8 hrs.

FULL IRONMAN DISTANCE

Iberman Larga Distancia, Huelva & Portugal - Only full Ironman distance (3.8km swim, 180km cycle, 42km run ) race in Andalucia. The international race starts with a swim in the sea at Ayamonte, cycle inland and into the Guadiana river valley crossing over into Portugal at the second bridge after Granado at Pomarao and returning to Villa Real on the coast for the transition T2. The running section crosses the impressive international suspension bridge of the A-22 / A-49 motorway back in to Huelva, Spain and the finish line is on the Paseo de España in Ayamonte. 19th October 2019.

Iberman larga Distancia Video

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