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.

The Important Stuff

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IRONMAN SWIM

 

IRONMAN BIKE

 

IRONMAN RUN

 

IRONMAN NUTRITION

 

IRONMAN MOTIVATION

 

IRONMAN PODCAST

 

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Latest Posts

Making yourself suffer on the bike to improve fitness

We are joined once again by Kelly Phuah on The Kona Edge as we talk bike and how doing stand-alone bike races can help improve your bike in triathlons. Kelly discusses how she challenges herself and makes herself suffer on the bike to improve her fitness and come off...

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Work hard and keep going for it!

On this episode of The Kona Edge we welcome back Neil Eddy to talk about his Ironman Swim. We discuss how his work ethic and experience in rough, open water helped him improve his swim. Neil also talks about the ability to adapt one's stroke to the water conditions...

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Be aware of what your body can and can’t handle

We catch up with Laura Nadeau on this episode of The Kona Edge as we chat about her nutrition strategy. Laura reveals she likes to keep it simple and practices her nutrition strategy in training. We also discuss the importance of having a timer and knowing when you...

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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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