Alexandra Tondeur is immediately 2nd at her debut in Nice, Belgian American wins in the men | triathlon

Alexandra Tondeur came in second at her first participation in the Ironman of Nice. In the men’s race, Rodolphe von Berg, an American of Belgian origin, won.

The Ironman of Nice is the oldest triathlon in Europe, but Alexandra Tondeur had to turn 35 before she started there for the first time.

The German Svenja Thoes couldn’t do anything in the battle for the win. She won by almost 25 minutes. Tondeur finished in 9.42’17”. Due to the competition with the European Championships in Elsinore (70.3) and Frankfurt (140.6), there were only eight professionals at the start of the women’s race.

In the men’s race, the American of Belgian origin Rodolphe von Berg won in 8:24’26”, ahead of the French William Mennesson and Arthur Horseau. Timothy Van Houtem (9:11’11”) was tenth, Seppe Odeyn (9:27’23”) twelfth.

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