Terenzo Bozzone Takes Victory at IRONMAN 70.3 Miami

2016-10-24

Argonaut and five-time triathlon World Champion Terenzo Bozzone took 1st place at the IRONMAN 70.3 Miami yesterday.

Dominating Bike Split 

Terenzo literally dominated the men’s race on the bike with an average speed of 46km/h on the 90km-course with a by-far-best 1:57:33 bike split.

In 5th place coming in transition 1, Bozzone overcame his 10 seconds deficit to build a 3:14 lead with his stellar bike split, and then held off a strong run to finish in 3:42:10 with a 2:25 margin of victory over Rodolphe Von Berg of the U.S., 3:19 over 3rd-place finisher Franz Loeschke of Germany, and 4:22 over 4th-place Michael Raelert of Germany.

“I had a pretty good day,” said Terenzo. “I dropped the group which had some strong cyclists at 10km and got a 5-minute lead coming off the bike. Also ran quite good and kept it fairly steady.” 

About Terenzo Bozzone

Terenzo Bozzone is an athlete with a gift; you might even say that everything he touches turns to gold. Born in South Africa and raised in New Zealand, this 31-year-old prodigy holds 22 national championship titles in swimming, track and field, cycling, duathlon and triathlon. His ultimate goal? Nothing less than winning the Ironman World Championship in Kona.

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© Photo: IRONMAN 70.3 Miami

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