ROTOR Athletes to Watch out For at the Ironman World Championships
The Ironman Triathlon World Championships are just around the corner and we can't wait to watch this qualifier only event go down. With the World Championships bringing the top athletes from around world to Kona, Hawaii, we wanted to highlight a few athletes you should keep your eye on for next month's race.
Daniela is a 5x Ironman World Champion and 5x Ironman 70.3 World Champion. A dominating force in the sport, Ryf looks to add to her medal count. Hailing from Switzerland, she looks to defend last years title and secure back-to-back gold medals.
Nikki comes off a win at the Ironman Marbella 70.3 event in May ready for more after placing 9th at the Ironman 70.3 World Championships last year. Barlett has been building off great results and looks to continue this progress.
Matt Trautman aims for a big finish at this year's World Championships. Trautman won the 2018 South Africa Ironman 70.3 in an incredible comeback after a devastating injury. Since then, Trautman has been a rider to keep your eyes on and someone to never count out.
Anne is the 2019 Ironman World Champion and looks to add to past success. Widely known as the best German Triathlete, Haug comes off a 3rd place finish in St. George, Utah and looks to make another big statement in North America.
Jocelyn McCauley showed that she was an American force to be reckoned with after a dominating win at Ironman Texas. McCauley looks to capitalize on this victory and make sure other competitors keep her in mind for their race plans.
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