New York, NY (PressExposure) July 17, 2009 -- Timo Bracht smashes the course record in the Menâs 2009 Ironman European Championship despite the 86 degree hot and humid day. Timo ran a blazing 2:43 marathon split to run his way to the Menâs 2009 Ironman European Championship on Sunday. The Frankfurt Ironman European Championship is the second most prestigious Ironman race in the world. Kona, Hawaii, is the first as it serves as the World Championship.
The Frankfurt Ironman is unique. The finish line is located in Romerbery, the site where Kings were once crowned. With German National Live TV Broadcast and over a half a million spectators lining the race course, the athletes feel like they are competing in the Tour de France rather than a triathlon.
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