There is no Kona again in 2021, however we do essentially get a late-season incidental award with a scrumptious Frodeno versus Iden versus Sanders confrontation at IRONMAN California this end of the week.
Frodeno talked at the Collins Cup about his craving to take on the best Norway has to bring to the table, and it’s presently reality as he gets set to clash with double cross 70.3 World Champion Gustav Iden, who makes his full-distance debut here.
In the mean time Sanders, only days in the wake of saying he was done following a tiring ‘ironman year’, is additionally back for another shot at magnificence. It seems FOMO has ‘no restrictions’.
There is just a men’s PRO race this end of the week, no PRO ladies’ occasion, however what a race it is. Here is all you need to know in front of the confrontation in Sacramento.
The PRO men will enter the water at 0648 nearby time on Sunday October 24, that is 0948 Eastern Time and 1448 in the UK.
Assuming you need to watch the huge race, have no dread, you can do it without leaving TRI247.
IRONMAN California will, fittingly, seek the full Facebook Watch treatment and we’ll install the streams here once they become accessible. Recollect the race will be parted into two streams because of FB length limitations.
You can obviously stay up with the latest with every one of the timings from the PRO and Age-Group races by means of the brilliant IRONMAN Athlete Tracker application.
Who is dashing at IRONMAN California?
And afterward there were three… names that overwhelm the features driving up this race.
At first it was Frodeno versus Iden catching the majority of the segment inches – the best two men in the PTO World Rankings right currently meeting interestingly over the full distance. Presently Sanders adds further shine to a race stuffed brimming with intriguing subplots.
This is Iden’s initially taken shots at the full distance, so is Frodeno timing this totally right? Previous double cross ruler Chris McCormack positively thinks along these lines, utilizing a boxing similarity to summarize the possibly epic no holds barred.
“It’s kind of somewhat like Floyd Mayweather battling ‘Canelo’ Alvarez when he was 21 and it’s the main loss ‘Canelo’ Alvarez has, by Floyd Mayweather. In any case, I stop for a minute, he wouldn’t battle him now.”