For 2020, the criteria to enter this program (Ironman website) were:
- min 12 full distance Ironman branded races completed by the end of 2019.
- never participated in Kona.
- at least one full Ironman completed in 2018 and 2019.
- must be registered for a full Ironman in 2020.
How do you qualify for the Ironman World Championship?
- The second and third place finishers of the Ironman Hawaii are also automatically qualified for next year’s race. They also have to validate their slots. In addition, the champions of the Ironman 70.3 World Championship will qualify for the World Championship over the full Ironman distance in the following year.
- 1 How do you qualify for the Hawaii Ironman?
- 2 What is a qualifying time for Kona Ironman?
- 3 What is the swim cut off for Ironman?
- 4 What it takes to qualify for Kona?
- 5 Can anyone enter an Ironman?
- 6 What is the easiest Ironman course?
- 7 What is the toughest Ironman course?
- 8 What is a competitive Ironman time?
- 9 How much does it cost to enter Kona Ironman?
- 10 Who is the oldest Ironman finisher?
- 11 What is the slowest Ironman time?
- 12 How much is an Ironman?
- 13 How do you qualify for an Ironman race?
- 14 What is the fastest Ironman?
- 15 What are Ironman points?
How do you qualify for the Hawaii Ironman?
To be eligible you must have:
- Completed the minimum of 12 IRONMANs (does not include Challenge races or other brands)
- Never started an IRONMAN World Championship.
- Completed an IRONMAN in the last two years.
- Be registered for an IRONMAN in the current year.
What is a qualifying time for Kona Ironman?
Your Qualifying Chances: Ironman Boulder has 40 Kona qualifying slots for 2019; the average final age-group qualifying times are more moderate compared to other North American races (for example, 9:25:48 for men’s 30-34; 9:40:30 for men’s 40-44; 10:51:38 for women’s 35-39; 11:02:52 for women’s 45-49).
What is the swim cut off for Ironman?
The swim cut off time for an Ironman is generally 2 hours and 20 min. The countdown starts when the last triathlete enters the water. The race officials can, however, disqualify any swimmer who exceeds this 2h20 min based on their chip time.
What it takes to qualify for Kona?
You will need to train—on average—around 18-20 hours per week for at least one full season (40-48 weeks), and probably more than one season. For those of you doing math at home, that’s 720 to 960 hours of training a year, most likely for two to three years.
Can anyone enter an Ironman?
No doubt a person must be ultra fit to endure a 2.4-mile swim followed by an 112-mile bicycle race before rounding out the triathlon with a 26.2-mile run. But in order to compete successfully in Ironman, an athlete also needs something else — a fit and fat bank account.
What is the easiest Ironman course?
Ironman 70.3 turkey has produced some of the fastest times over the 70.3 distance, making it technically the easiest half on the calendar.
What is the toughest Ironman course?
Following last year’s edition of Ironman Lanzarote, Ironman polled athletes on their Facebook page, “What is the toughest IRONMAN course on the circuit?” With 39.8% of the votes, Lanzarote took the top spot. Ironman Wales and Canada (Whistler) followed in second and third position.
What is a competitive Ironman time?
Most Ironman races allow you 17 hours to complete all three parts of the race. Usually, the race begins at 7 a.m. You are expected to finish the swim in 2 hours and 20 minutes; the bike ride done by 5:30 p.m.; and the marathon completed by midnight.
How much does it cost to enter Kona Ironman?
HOW MUCH DOES THE IRONMAN KONA COST? The triathletes who manage to qualify for Kona will need to pay the entry fees of $1,025 (in 2020, incl. a 4.7120% Hawaii GE Tax) plus the Active processing fees and the USAT $15 one-day fees (only for triathletes who don’t have the annual USAT membership).
Who is the oldest Ironman finisher?
At 89 years old, Hiromu Inada is still racing—and learning. The Guinness world record holder for the oldest person to complete an Ironman, Inada said he watched the triathlon event at the Tokyo Olympics to pick up some pointers and analyze their leg movements and posture.
What is the slowest Ironman time?
But what about the slowest races overall? Those honors go to the Philippines, where we find both the 70.3 and full Ironman courses with the slowest average finishing times: 6:45:27 and 14:31:02, respectively. Only one North American event makes it on either list of slowest or fastest Ironman courses: Ironman St.
How much is an Ironman?
The average cost of entering an Ironman is $777. Depending on the location, it ranges from $613 to $974. The price stated on the Ironman website is, most of the time, not the one triathletes will pay at the end of the checkout process.
How do you qualify for an Ironman race?
There are four ways you can find yourself at the starting line for the IRONMAN World Championship: earning a slot at one of the full-distance qualifiers held around the world, getting a spot through the IRONMAN Legacy program, winning an entry in the IRONMAN Lottery Program or purchasing an entry through the IRONMAN
What is the fastest Ironman?
The fastest completion of the IRONMAN® World Championship by a male athlete is 7 hours 51 minutes 13 seconds, achieved by Jan Frodeno (Germany) at Kailua-Kona in Hawaii, USA, on 12 October 2019. Frodeno completed the 2.4-mile swim in 47:31, the 112-mile bike ride in 4:16:03, and the 26.2-mile marathon in 2:42:43.
What are Ironman points?
In an IRONMAN, the points begin at 5,000 and diminish at a rate of approximately 12 points per minute. In an IRONMAN 70.3 the points begin at 3,500 and they diminish by approximately 18 points per minute. Example: If you win your age group in IRONMAN, you are awarded 5,000 points.