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2016 IRONMAN World Championship DVD

2016 IRONMAN World Championship DVD

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For over 35 years, the IRONMAN World Championship triathlon has showcased not only the raw power and competitive nature of the top endurance athletes in the world, but also some of the most awe-inspiring stories of courage and determination from the age-group athletes and everyday individuals competing alongside them.

The 90-minute DVD will provide viewers an all-access experience as more than 30 cameras captured the action from the clear blue skies, across the barren lava fields and under the water of Kailua Bay during the 140.6-mile challenge that took place on October 8, 2016 in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii.

Coverage spans from the pre-race build-up to the big day, unveiling the intensity, emotion, physical demands and dramatic competition as more than 2,300 athletes representing 62 countries and territories swim 2.4-miles, bike 112-miles and run 26.2-miles across rugged Hawaiian terrain, proving that ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE®

Among the features of this year's Championship special:

  • Exclusive interviews from current and former World Champions and other professional IRONMAN® athletes
  • 2015 Female IRONMAN World Champion Daniela Ryf of Switzerland looks to claim victory for the second year in a row with a performance that will be hard to match
  • Blistering race pace by Olympic Gold medalist and male IRONMAN World Champion Jan Frodeno of Germany who has reached the top heights in every level of triathlon
  • First-time journey of the inspiring Team Agar duo of father Jeff and his son Johnny, who battles cerebral palsy, teaching us that in life “sometimes you win, and sometimes you learn”
  • Breaking barriers with Shirin Gerami as she becomes the first Iranian women to compete in and finish an IRONMAN triathlon
  • The incredibly determined journey of Australian Turia Pitt who, against the odds, returned to competing in endurance events after suffering burns to 65% of her body when she was trapped by a grassfire while competing in an ultramarathon.
  • Age is just a number to 83-year old Japanese athlete Hiromu Inada, who is determined to become the oldest IRONMAN finisher ever after missing the cut-off by six seconds in 2015.

Bonus Features
  • Tribute to Kona's “Swiss Miss,” Natascha Badmann
  • Post-Race Finish Line Ceremony
  • Finish Line Footage of IRONMAN Foundation Athletes
  • Additional Finish Line Highlights

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