This article originally appeared on Triathlete
For the first time in 40 years, the Ironman World Championship race will not take place in Kona. Instead, it’s landed in St. George, Utah, where a new world-class course awaits--and with it, some seriously good racing (Don’t believe us? Read contributor Tim Heming’s analysis on how the new course will shake up the world championship race dynamic.)
Excited to watch? Here’s what you need to know about the course and spectating--whether you’re at home or on the ground in St. George.
The Ironman St. George World Championship Course
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