Linsey Corbin set a new course record and earned a spot on the start line of the 2019 Ironman World Championshp at Ironman Wisconsin.
September 11, 2018 | NEWS|
Linsey Corbin proved she's ready for another big day on the Big Island and also nailed her Kona qualifying spot for next year with a record setting performance at Ironman Wisconsin. She trailed fellow American Robin Pomeroy out of the water, but once on the bike she dominated the rest of the race, riding a minute under five hours on the challenging Wisconsin bike course and rounding out her day with a 3:04 marathon.
American Jennie Hanson ran her way to the runner up spot over Katie Thomas.
3.8 km Swim
180 km Bike
42.2 km Run