70.3 Puerto Rico

Date: Sunday 15 March 2015 Add To Calendar
Location: San Juan (Puerto Rico)

Athletes will swim 1.2 miles in the protected waters of Condado Lagoon. Spectators and athletes will have a great view from San Beach, Dos Hermanos Bridge and the Caribe Hilton’s San Geronimo grounds. The 56-mile bike will take riders over the northern part of the island to Dorado and on to challenging hills. The two-loop, 13.1-mile run course will wind through the northern part of the islet with picturesque views of the Atlantic Ocean and Spanish architecture.

Website: http://www.ironmanpuertorico.com
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