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It’s not too often that an endurance race come down to just seconds. But when it does, it’s the greatest reminder that these events – no matter how long, or how much people say that they are only competing against themselves – are still as much of a race as a 10 mile or a marathon.

There’s no better way to tell this story than through these pictures. After 70.3 miles of racing, it all came down to this: defending Ford Ironman World Champion Craig Alexander and Chris Lieto sprinting to the line.

Published by Alyssa Godesky

Alyssa Godesky is a professional triathlete & coach.

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