Jeff Symonds1 of 12
Jeff Symonds finished 23rd, but his day out on the Queen K is an inspiring story of perseverance. He embodies the "Anything is Possible" spirit of the IRONMAN World Championship.
Andy Potts2 of 12
Andy Potts finished fourth at the IRONMAN World Championships. He chatted about his race and how he got into triathlon.
Jan Frodeno3 of 12
Jan Frodeno achieved his ultimate goal by winning the 2015 IRONMAN World Championship. He now owns both an Olympic gold medal and an IRONMAN gold medal--a pairing that may never be repeated.
Timothy O'Donnell4 of 12
Timothy O'Donnell had a breakthrough race at Kona--finishing third after an impressive bike leg. He has been working with legendary coach Mark Allen for two seasons now, and it shows in his results.
Daniela Ryf5 of 12
After a second place showing last year, Daniela Ryf is finally at the top of the IRONMAN World Championship podium. She executed a near-flawless race and completed the course 13 minutes faster than the second-place finisher.
Heather Jackson6 of 12
In her pro debut at the 2015 IRONMAN World Championship, Heather Jackson made her presence known. Thanks to a strong run leg, she finished fifth overall.
Michelle Vesterby7 of 12
Michelle Vesterby just missed the podium, but her strong performance resulted in a fourth-place finish.
Susie Cheetham8 of 12
UK's Susie Cheetham finished sixth at the 2015 IRONMAN World Championship and talked about her performance.
Tyler Butterfield9 of 12
Tyler Butterfield finished fifth at the 2015 IRONMAN World Championship. Endurance sports run in his family, and he bested his father's seventh-place showing in 1981 on the Big Island.
Andreas Raelert10 of 12
Andreas Raelert finished second at the 2015 IRONMAN World Championship with a marathon performance that dismantled the field.
Rachel Joyce11 of 12
Despite having a tough bike like, Rachel Joyce had a great day at the 2015 IRONMAN World Championship and her impressive marathon time propelled her to second place.