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Anne Haug Sets Lanzarote Course Record


Ironman Anne Haug Sets New Course Record at Lanzarote 

Called a mind-blowing performance by, Anne Haug was unstoppable in Lanzarote. Celebrating its 32nd anniversary, Lanzarote deserved to witness a special performance, and that it did. Haug led from gun to tape and never looked back all day.

Out of the water in 54:26, Haug already had a five minute buffer over Ireland’s Fiona Moriaty and defending champion Lydia Dant coming into T1, with the German starting the bike leg +4:30 ahead.

Dant, holding the gap to Haug for the first 50km, slowly started losing time from then onwards to the front, and by the halfway mark, Haug lead was almost in the double digits.

Aided by her ROTOR QRing ovals & INspider, Haug set a new bike record of 5:17:49, showing that she was more than a match for the challenging course, which features 2300m of elevation gain. She will face a similar amount of climbing in the bike leg at the IRONMAN World Championship in Nice in 2023.

With a twenty minute lead out on to the run, Haug, who has been the top ranked athlete in the world for the past two consecutive seasons, could have easily cruised her way to victory, but instead set out at a ferocious pace. 

She sealed her victory over second-place French athlete Jeanne College by a surreal 45 minutes, over a minute for each year of her 41-year age.

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