Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii

Amazing Group of Athletes representing LifeSport!

Long time LifeSport Pro, Brent McMahon moved up to the Ironman distance in 2014. After posting the fastest Ironman debut ever with a time of 7hrs and 55 mins and a new course record in IM Arizona he followed up with a 3rd place at IM Brazil the highly competitive South American Regional Championship with a time of 7hrs and 56 mins. These results, coupled with some top 70.3 placing earned him enough points to qualify.

He is the only athlete to break 8 hours in his first 2 Ironman competitions. Triathlete Magazine ranks him 4th leading into the Ironman World Championships.

Three LifeSport athletes put together impressive performances at Ironman Canada to earn their places on the Hawaii start line.

Jan Trojanowski, had an incredible race winning his 35-39 AG by over 10 minutes! His effort was the 4th amateur position overall! LifeSport coach Dan Smith was 1st in M50-54AG followed by athlete Chris Stephenson  2nd  in the same age group.

Earlier in the year Sam Mazer qualified with her 3rd place finish in the F30-34 at Ironman Texas. Nicole Mikhael was 3rd in F3-34 at Ironman Mont Tremblant.

Phillip Jones earned his Legacy Ironman spot after completing 12 Ironman races in the past 6 years.

Also hitting the start line in Kona is Bang Trinh M40-44, Susanne Davis F40-44 and Mike Day M40-44.

LifeSport wishes all athletes a wonderful, memorable day at the Ironman World Championships!

Beginner and experienced triathletes looking to start or improve their performances are invited to join the LifeSport team. Visit them at or email LifeSport Coaching at Get more tips on Twitter @LifeSportCoach


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