Cameron Wurf of Australia used his prowess on the bike to take the lead in IRONMAN Copenhagen. Cam Wurf was able to hold off other power house cyclists such as Canadian Lionel Sanders. Cam Wurf was able to put enough time into the chase group on the bike to thwart off Lionels Sanders late charge on the run.
Wurf overcame a 5:05 deficit with a race-best 4:02:19 bike split that gave him a 6:37 lead at T2. Known mostly his powerhouse cycling ability, Wurf notably had the 5th-fastest run clocking a 2:49:37 marathon that brought him to the finish in 7:46:06 with a 3:18 margin over Sanders (who ran a 2:43:50) and 6:04 over 3rd place Henrik Goesch of Finland.
Fast conditions at IRONMAN Copenhagen led to seven sub-eight hour finishes and nearly 20 sub-3-hour marathons, Wurf added to his strong recent record that includes a 3rd place at 2021 Ironman 70.3 Andorra, and 2019 performances that includes 1st at Cannes short course and Ironman Australia, 3rd at Challenge Roth and 5th at Ironman Hawai
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