25th edition of Ironman Lanzarote
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25th edition of Ironman Lanzarote

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The next 21st of May, the island of Lanzarote will host the 25th edition of the Ironman Lanzarote where some of the best triathletes in the specialty have confirmed their participation in the competition.

The power of nature is nowhere as impressive as it is in Lanzarote. One of the seven Canary Islands, Lanzarote is only 120 km from the African coast. This island captivates visitors with its spectacular scenery and unique style.

The Ironman Lanzarote is an official qualifying event for the Ironman World Championship in Hawaii.

Course Description

Swim (cut off 2h 20min after race start).
The 3.8 km swim is a 2 lap rectangular course taking place in the Atlantic Ocean just outside Puerto del Carmen. The water is around 18-19 degrees, and wetsuits are mandatory.

Bike (cut off 11h 30min after race start)
The 180.2 km bike course challenges participants to a hilly and typically windy ride that brings you through the Fire Mountains and up to the northern part of the island with testing switchback turns and a steep climb up to the most northern point of the island with beautiful views of the neighbouring island of La Graciosa.

Run (cut off 17h 00min after race start)
The run is typically hot and sunny with 3 laps keeping athletes close to the spectators in Puerto del Carmen.

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