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Terenzo 2018 Ironmen Asia Pacific Champs

Terenzo Ironman Asia Pac 2018Terenzo moves on to Cairns for this tough event, acknowledging the great day for the Kiwis....

Cameron Brown Ironman Philippines 2018

posted 8 Jun 2018

Keywin sponsored athlete Cameron Brown tells us about his impressive 2nd place in this iconic event...

Bozzone makes it four in a row with victory at IRONMAN 70.3 Busselton

Posted 7 May 2018

Terenzo Busselton 2018 ChampionNew Zealand IRONMAN star Terenzo Bozzone has made it four wins in a row to continue his unbeaten 2018 season with victory at IRONMAN 70.3 Busselton in Western Australia....

Cameron Brown Japan Ironman 2018

posted 23 Apr 2018

Cameron Brown Japan Ironman 2018 cyclingKeywin sponsored athlete Cameron Brown continues his great form by taking out the Ironman in Japan: "It was a tough day at the office yesterday and I knew it would be. Race day dawned with mild conditions to start with but that didn't last long"...

Terenzo 2018 Campeche Champion

Terenzo Campeche 2018 on the runWhat form! Terenzo shares with us his 3rd victory in as many weeks....

Terenzo 2018 Bariloche 70.3 Champion

Terenzo Argentina 2018 - winnerThat was tough! Ironman 70.3 Bariloche in Argentina brought on the hardest of conditions with the start being in 7-degree air temperature and course being relentless throughout the bike and run.....

Auckland 70.3 Terrenzo Bozzone 3rd

Hi there,

So this weekend was the Ironman 70.3 Auckland Asia Pacific Championships, the first big race of the 2014 season and to kick things off everyone did a great job.  I was blown away with how stacked the professional field was. You wont see another pro field with this many big names in it until the World Championships later in the year. The race was put on to an unbelievable standard thanks to the organization, the volunteers and Auckland city and not to mention the greatcrowds of spectators out there making the hard racing so much sweeter, and last but not least the weather Gods were good to us giving Auckland an absolutely amazing day to showcase the sport and the great city I call home.

With not being able to stand on the start line last year after being taken out by a car door 2 days before the race which resulted in a slow start to my 2013 season due to a concussion I was very grateful to be a part of the action this time around.

 I took the bronze which I will be happy with as it is still early in the season for me and I am just getting back into some good training. I am really pleased with how my body responded so to finish on the podium in one of the most stacked fields outside of world champs is very satisfying. I had a great time racing in front of my home crowd on an absolutely stellar day here in Auckland. Right from the start of the race I was excited and loved every minute of the action. The pro field did a great job putting on an amazing show for those watching and whilst I tried unsuccessfully several times to split the group I loved this challenging Auckland course which took in some pretty cool sights. It is not every day that you are allowed to ride over the harbor bridge and the North section of the course went around the roads I used to train on as a beginner. Put all this with the huge crowds, the multi lap course and an unbelievable back drop and I was in my element.

Olympic gold medalist Jan Frodeno took line honors with seasoned pro Richie Cunningham showing he has stepped up his game to a whole new level of racing to take the silver. The other names that were in the top 8 included 2 x Olympic medalist Bevan Docherty, home favorite Cam Brown, 5 x world champion Craig Alexander and super runner Tim Reed. The girls podium was Cat Morrison, Annabel Luxford and Jo Lawn.

 A week of recovery ahead before getting back into the serious miles in my build up for Nutri-Grain Ironman NZ on the 1st March.