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Fantastic Swim Performances All Round At Kona

We hope your enjoyed the coverage from the Hawaii Ironman World Championships in Kona last weekend - as always the Ironman team delivered a fantastic event and the live web-broadcast was first class. If you missed it, you can watch it again here: livestream.com/accounts/3678055/events/6435012 Swim Smooth swimmers had some fantastic results on the island, which we're going to quickly review below.
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