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October 05, 2008

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Mark Cathcart

Sounds like you typical race in Britain, only a bit longer than most...

Go ahead, post the phot. I'd like to see ASI sue/prosecute you in LV,NV...

Karlee

It’s often been said that to win an Ironman race you need a certain maturity – obviously nobody ever told Phil Graves that.
It’s not that he’s in any way immature but, at just 20 years old, he became the youngest ever Ironman champion when he defeated Stephen Bayliss at Ironman UK back in August.

Even more impressive is the fact he is in his first season of long-distance racing and had already notched up a win at the UK 70.3 in June (again beating Bayliss).

Marathon Training Schedule

Wow, that's some amazing dedication on your part. Some people think that doing the Ironman can be simple. However, just as you know, it most certainly is not. I've been running and training for marathons for about 2 years now and I really gained a lot of motivation from your story. I did happen to run across a great website which has some helpful information on running marathons, especially marathon training schedules. If anyone is interested, check it out: http://www.runningamarathoninfo.com

Good luck to everyone!!

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