70.3 Auckland

Date: Sunday 18 January 2015 Add To Calendar
Location: Auckland (New Zealand)

70.3 Auckland - the new home of the Asia-Pacific 70.3 Championship. Set in the heart of New Zealand's thriving metropolis of Auckland, this new event's course will incorporate the famous harbour and bridge.

Website: http://www.ironmanauckland.com/
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