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Craig Alexander

Ironman World Championship - Kona

Craig Alexander is a professional triathlete with nearly a decade of racing experience. He is the current Ironman Triathlon World Champion and is a previous winner of the Ironman 70.3 World Championship in 2006. Craig, who some call “Alexander the Great,” is based in Boulder Colorado in the USA for the spring and summer, then heads home to Cronulla for the Australian summer. Once Craig mastered the short course triathlon and half-ironman distance worldwide and started competing over the ironman distance and now dominates that circuit as the two-time defending Ironman World Champion! Having a background in physiology and anatomy, Craig has seen much succ...

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  • Three-Time Ironman World Champion, Craig Alexander Kicks Off US Book Tour At Oakley World Headquarters


    Posted over 1 year ago by John Ohail

    It’s hard to mention the sport of triathlon and not speak the name “Craig Alexander” in the same breath. “Crowie,” as he’s affectionately known throughout the industry, and the world, is an all around champion and icon of the sport. The Australian power-house has won the Ironman World Championships, in Kona, three times, becoming the oldest male winner in the race’s history, the course record holder and a true ambassador of the event. He has won the Ironman 70.3 World Championship twice, along with a list of other victories too long to mention.

  • Kona Domination: Oakley Shines at Ironman World Championship in Hawaii


    Posted almost 3 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    It’s a fact. The most elite triathletes on the Planet rely on Oakley technology on the course. Exhibit O: Yet another epic Ironman World Championship in Kona – where Oakley Team Star Craig “Crowie” Alexander shattered the World Record by finishing in an astonishing 8:03:56. All while Chrissie Wellington, finding redemption from a disappointing 2010 and rough start to the year, powered through to victory from behind with an 8:55:08 performance of her own. But Oakley’s presence definitely isn’t ever limited to racking up Ironman Title after Ironman Title. The O has been a more-than-prominent part of the mix at Kona for the better part of the decade. And it started with one man. Greg Welch.

  • History Made: Craig Alexander Shatters Ironman World Championship Kona Course Record, Tallies Third Hawaiian Crown in Epic Fashion


    Posted almost 3 years ago by Andrew De Lara

    Craig Alexander was already a beast prior to the 2011 Ironman World Championship in Kona. Now you can mark that down…officially. The previous two-time World Champion added yet another glorious crown to his collection. But this wasn’t just another title…if winning such a coveted and challenging race was ever considered ordinary. This time, he shattered Luc Van Lierde’s 1996 Kona course record, finishing in an astonishing 8 hours, 3 minutes, 56 seconds. Even as he suffered through some cramping through the grueling final stretch of the race.

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