Tri Legends Ride Series
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Some athletes need no introduction. The mere mention of their names puts fear into the competition. And their racing resumes are a mile long and filled with impressive feats. Triathlon legends like Craig “Crowie” Alexander, Emma “Snowy” Snowsill, and Cam Brown.

They want you to join them for a ride.

Mark your calendars so you can hit all 3 sessions. Each group workout is going to be one to remember.

So sign up and get ready for some great rides.

 

SCHEDULE

  • Craig “Crowie” Alexander - August 28th at 7:30AM AEST
  • Cam Brown - September 4th at 6:30AM AEST
  • Emma “Snowy” Snowsill - September 11th at 6:30AM AEST

 


THE LEGENDS

 

Craig "Crowie" Alexander — Zwift Level 14
August 28th at 7:30AM AEST

Crowie is a 3x Ironman World Champion (2008, 2009, & 2011) and 2x Ironman 70.3 World Champion (2006 & 2011). In 2011, at 38 years old, Crowie won both the Half Ironman and Ironman World Championships, a feat no other male triathlete had accomplished. This also marked his 3rd Ironman World Championship in Kona, setting a new world record time in the process: 8:03:56 (Swim: 51:56; Bike: 4:24:05 *New Course Record; Run: 2:44:02.)

 

Cam Brown — Zwift Level 10
September 4th at 6:30AM AEST

Cam is no stranger to the top step of Ironman podium: 15x Ironman Champion and 13x Ironman 70.3 Champion. All in, he’s been on the Ironman and Ironman 70.3 podium 41 times! And he’s practically the hometown hero at Ironman (and Ironman 70.3) New Zealand, winning the Ironman distance 12 times and the Ironman 70.3 distance 10 times. At 46 years-old, Cameron continues to race at both the Iron & half-Iron distance. Currently, he’s training for the 2018 Ironman World Championships in Kona this October.

 

Emma “Snowy” Snowsill — Zwift Level 13
September 11th at 6:30AM AEST

Emma is one of the most decorated female triathletes in history. Emma has won Gold at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, at the ITU World Championships in 2003 (Queenstown), 2005 (Gamagori), and 2006 (Lausanne), and at the 2006 Commonwealth Games Melbourne. Emma also has 12 ITU World Cup wins to her name, not to mention a total of 23 podium appearances.

 

Be sure to to follow all of our Tri Legends using the Zwift Companion app.