The home of Ironman Triathletes that dream of qualifying for, and racing in, the Ironman World Championships on the big Island in Hawaii

The home of Ironman Triathletes that dream of qualifying for, and racing in, the Ironman World Championships on the big Island in Hawaii

The home of Ironman Triathletes that dream of qualifying for, and racing in, the Ironman World Championships on the big Island in Hawaii

Discover what the best triathletes in the world do to succeed

We’ve interviewed over 100 of the best Ironman Age Groupers in the world to find out what they do to give them the edge.

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Latest Posts

Rowan Vorster’s Ironman Nutrition hacks

With just over 3 weeks to the 2018 Ironman World Championships in Kona we touch base with Dan Plews for the next instalment of 'Do You Know Kona?'. Rowan Vorster also joins us today to talk about his Ironman nutrition strategies. Content hosted by iono.fm Ditch Sugar...

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Fueling to win -Brian Meilnat’s Ironman Nutrition Tips

Another double whammy on today's podcast. Listen to the next part of the 'Do You Know Kona?' series with Dan Plews and Brian Melinat joins us to talk about how he approaches Ironman Nutrition. Content hosted by iono.fm Ditch Sugar Fuels This Ironman Season Finally,...

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Alan Kenny’s Ironman nutrition game plan

Today we head back to Ireland to chat with Alan Kenny to learn more about the way he approaches his Ironman race nutrition. We also touch base with Dan Plews too as he continues his build-up to Kona 2018 for the next instalment of 'Do you know Kona?'. Content hosted...

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About Us

Brad Brown is a 40 something age grouper that dreams of one day qualifying for and racing on the big island (He may have to outlive everyone in his age group though).

Morbidly obese in 2009, Brad clocked in at 165kgs (363lbs) at his heaviest. He’s subsequently lost a third of his body weight on the way to a half Ironman pb of 5:06 and a full Ironman pb of 12:21.

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