One of the most popular half Ironman races around the world is the Auckland Half Ironman. Read the full article here to see why triathletes from all over descend on New Zealand’s biggest metropolitan area for this event.
Because temperatures in New Zealand can be harsh, the Auckland Half Ironman is held during the month of March. The weather is spring-like with an average of 23 degrees Celsius.
The Auckland Half Ironman is held in the most picturesque part of the city. It is around the shores of Hauraki Gulf and there are many tree-lined roads that offer shade to bikers and runners. But don’t be fooled by the scenery. The terrain is still rugged, offering many challenges to swimmers, bikers and marathon runners. The full article, found here, has more details on what awaits triathletes when they join the Auckland Half Ironman.
But whether it’s in Auckland, the US, Spain or other countries, the Half Ironman races all have one thing in common. It is to challenge every triathlete to give it their best shot, their best effort and to put their heart into the race. There can only be one champion, and at the Auckland Half Ironman, this champion can rest knowing that he won the race in one of the most challenging courses.
More information on half ironman races can be found here.