In the race itself, Jesse Thomas pulled off a stunning victory over Ironman world champion, crossing the line in a time of 8:42:33. Danish athlete Tine Holst, who incredibly only happened across triathlon 10 years ago whilst working at Club La Santa, claimed her first Ironman title in the women’s race, winning in 10:02:35.

Temperatures were high throughout most of the day, however the notorious wind over the Lanzarote lava fields was calmer than in some previous years. Almost 1,700 triathletes crossed the finish line.

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Jan Frdoeno taking on one of the many brutal hills on the 180km bike route. Credit: Ironman Media




Ivan Rana takes on the notoriously tough Lanzarote bike leg. Credit: Ironman Media




Jesse Thomas pulls off shock victory, triumphing over world Ironman champion Jan Frodeno. Credit: Ironman Media







The Parade of Nations at Club La Santa before the race




The pro men’s presentation at Club La Santa




Tine Holst captures her first Ironman title. Credit: Ironman Media




The swim start on the beach at Puerto Del Carmen. Credit: Ironman Media




The pro women’s presentation at Club La Santa




Race founder Kenneth Gasque takes to the stage at the Club La Santa awards ceremony following the race




Jesse Thomas on the Lanzarote lava fields. Credit: Ironman Media




The pre-race press conference in Puerto Del Carmen




The double-sized 50m swimming pool, one of the excellent facilites offered at Club La Santa




Athletes battling it out in the hot conditions. Credit: Ironman Media




Jesse Thomas cools off on the run course. Credit: Ironman Media




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