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Marino Vanhoenacker writes history


By winning Ironman Australia in Port Macquarie Marino Vanhoenacker put his name into the history books today.
The Belgian, representing the Austrian pewag racing team, has thus become the first triathlete in the world to win an Ironman full distance race on every continent. The now 42-year-old athlete is the first and only to secure the Ironman continental Grand Slam.
Vanhoenacker is quite used to records. He still holds the record for Ironman victories overall – as of today – 17.

Overview of Marino’s Ironman palmares:

May 6, 2018 Ironman Australia 08:14:37
September 25, 2016 Ironman Chattanooga 08:12:22
June 26, 2016 Ironman Austria 08:04:18
June 28, 2015 Ironman Austria 07:48:45
May 31, 2015 Ironman Brasil 07:53:44
July 27, 2014 Ironman Canada 08:16:10
July 8, 2012 Ironman Germany 08:03:31
March 4, 2012 Ironman New Zealand 03:55:03
July 3, 2011 Ironman Austria 07:45:58
July 4, 2010 Ironman Austria 07:52:05
February 27, 2010 Ironman Malaysia 08:22:31
July 5, 2009 Ironman Austria 08:01:38
April 5, 2009 Ironman South Africa 08:17:32
July 13, 2008 Ironman Austria 08:06:11
July 8, 2007 Ironman Austria 08:06:39
July 16, 2006 Ironman Austria 08:07:59
November 5, 2005 Ironman Florida 08:28:26

Needless to mention that Marino wore the All Out Speed Suit on his way to victory. Its development started more than two years ago and Marino played an important part cross the entire development process.

Find out more about Marino’s “dream suit”:

AO

Discover the All Out Speed Suit collection:
All Out Speed Suit Men
All Out Speed Suit Women


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