To be eligible for selection through the Legacy Program, athletes must have completed a minimum of 12 full-distance IRONMAN-branded races, have never started the IRONMAN World Championship, have completed at least one full-distance IRONMAN event in each of the last two years and be registered for a full-distance
- 1 What it takes to qualify for Kona?
- 2 What is a qualifying time for Kona Ironman?
- 3 How do you qualify for the Triathlon World Championships?
- 4 Is it hard to qualify for Kona?
- 5 How do you race Kona without qualifying?
- 6 How many Australians are selected for Kona Hawaii IRONMAN?
- 7 What is the toughest IRONMAN course?
- 8 What is the easiest IRONMAN course?
- 9 Do you have to qualify for half Ironman?
- 10 How do you qualify for a half Ironman?
- 11 How do you qualify for Age Group World Championships?
- 12 Is Kona Cancelled?
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.
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).
How do you qualify for the Triathlon World Championships?
The top 33 percent or top 10 (whichever is greater) athletes in each age group at the USAT Sprint, Olympic Distance and Long Course Triathlon National Championships in the current and/or previous year automatically qualify.
Is it hard to qualify for Kona?
Just how difficult is it to qualify for Kona? Approximately 100,000 triathletes try to qualify, only 2,000 triathletes end up on the start line. That’s 2%. Every IRONMAN event around the world offers a minimum of one qualifying spot per age group.
How do you race Kona without qualifying?
- Enter the Ironman Legacy Program.
- Travel to China.
- Compete in Ironman Canada (If You’re from Japan)
- Register for Ironman 70.3 Hawaii.
- Register for Specific Ironmans.
- Enter the Kona Drawing Benefiting the Ironman Foundation.
- Enter the Physically Challenged Division Drawing.
- Bid in the Ironman Foundation Auction.
How many Australians are selected for Kona Hawaii IRONMAN?
193 Aussies take on Kona in 2019. Approximately 2,500 of the world’s top triathletes, including 193 Australian athletes, are registered to compete in Kailua-Kona, Hawai`i on Saturday, Oct. 12 at the most iconic one-day endurance event in the world — the 2019 Vega IRONMAN® World Championship.
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 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.
Do you have to qualify for half Ironman?
The typical half ironman 70.3 event has 28 to 30 qualifying slots, which, when allocated across age groups, means that you’d probably need to win your division. or at least be in the top 3 finishers, to get that Kona Slot.
How do you qualify for a half Ironman?
“A person can go from zero to an Olympic distance [. 9-mile swim, 24.8-mile bike, 6.2-mile run] in about 12 weeks. You need only about an 8-10 week bump on top of that to get to a half-Ironman.
How do you qualify for Age Group World Championships?
Who can compete in the Age Group World Rankings? You must be aged 40 or over on THE DAY OF ONE OF THE QUALIFYING EVENTS.
Is Kona Cancelled?
IRONMAN World Championship moved from Kona to St George for May 2022. The next IRONMAN World Championship will now take place in May 2022 – not in Kona but St George.