Ironman Triathlon Famous Quotes & Sayings

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5 Ironman Triathlon Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Ironman Triathlon Sayings By Martha McSally: Before I became a fighter pilot, everyone said that women didn't have the physical strength. Before I became a fighter pilot, everyone said that women didn't have the physical strength. Well, I had just completed the Hawaii Ironman Triathlon. — Martha McSally
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Ironman Triathlon Sayings By Chrissie Wellington: Some sessions are stars and some sessions are stones, but in the end they are Some sessions are stars and some sessions are stones, but in the end they are all rocks and we build upon them. — Chrissie Wellington
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Ironman Triathlon Sayings By Matt Fitzgerald: The magnitude of the satisfaction that a triathlete experiences upon crossing a finish line is The magnitude of the satisfaction that a triathlete experiences upon crossing a finish line is directly proportional to the amount of suffering he has overcome to to get there. This reward knows no ability. Even the slowest of the slow can push themselves beyond existing limits and finish with tremendous satisfaction. But winning often demands and inspires the greatest suffering and thus confers the greatest sense of pride. Often, because of the nature of competition, it is precisely he who has the most guts who is the fastest and experiences the most intense fulfillment at the finish line.

Theoretically, then, the most deeply satisfying experience a triathlete could have in the sport (and among the best in life) would occur at the finish line of a race in which he has overcome as much suffering as he could possibly ever endure, and knows it. — Matt Fitzgerald
Ironman Triathlon Sayings By Matt Fitzgerald: If I was ever going to win Ironman, I was going to have to beat If I was ever going to win Ironman, I was going to have to beat the man who rinsed his cottage cheese — Matt Fitzgerald
Ironman Triathlon Sayings By Craig Alexander: Like most of us, Shane Niemeyer likes to test his limits. THE HURT ARTIST gave Like most of us, Shane Niemeyer likes to test his limits. THE HURT ARTIST gave me an entirely different perspective on just how far he fell before becoming an Ironman. His life story deserves to be told and demonstrates what perseverance can do for anyone no matter how hopeless they may feel their situation is. You may never compete in an Ironman Triathlon, but Shane shows how anyone can overcome any obstacle and pursue their dream with passion. — Craig Alexander