• Feeling the Heat: Sebastian Kienle and Leanda Cave Survive Scorching Las Vegas Temperatures to Win Ironman 70.3 World Championship


    Posted almost 2 years ago by John Ohail

    With temperatures reaching upwards of 100 degrees in the Nevada desert, the world’s best triathletes took to the course with their eyes on the Ironman 70.3 World Championship. Germany’s Sebastian Kienle thinks he surprised a field of projected favorites, but runner up Craig Alexander seemed completely confident that Kienle deserved his title. Kienle broke away from the lead pack early in the bike portion of the race, citing it as the only way he was going to beat the stacked men’s field. Mission accomplished. On the women’s side Great Britain’s Leanda Cave conquered a world-class field of her own. Overcoming some early-year set backs, Cave dominated a stacked list of international competitors to claim the women’s Ironman 70.3 World Championship.

  • Craig Alexander Dominates The Inaugural Ironman Asia Pacific Championship In Historic Fashion


    Posted over 2 years ago by John Ohail

    It took very little time for the Ironman Asia Pacific Championship, held in Melbourne, Australia, to become a monumental and historic race. Sporting the new Oakley RadarLock sunglasses, Craig “Crowie” Alexander earned top honors at the inaugural event in record time, amidst one of the strongest fields ever assembled outside of Kona. Alexander’s win came at a sub-eight hour pace, a time that is rarely seen and highly sought after in the triathlon world. To say the first running of the Ironman Asia Pacific Championship was thrilling would simply be an understatement.

  • 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.

Craig Alexander


“The will to win, is always preceded by vision of the will to win”

Date of Birth:
June 22, 1973
Cronulla, Sydney, also known as the inner west of Sydney. I have been called a “westy” on more than one occasion. And Boulder, Colorado.
American Interbanc,All3Sports.com, Athletes Honey Milk, Body Science, Continental Tyres, Dunning Sports Wear, Fizik, Forty Winks, Fuel Belt, Gloria Jeans, GU Energy Gels, H20 Audio, Icool baths, Newton Running, Orbea, Orca, Retul, Road ID, Scape Sunscreen, Sheraton Keauhou Bay, Shimano, Superfly Cycles, T3 mattresses, Toyota, Trigger Point, Wheaties Fuel cereal, Xlab
surfing, golf, paddling a surf ski

Career Highlights

    • 2009: 1st Hawaii IM 70.3
    • 2009: 1st Singapore IM 70.3
    • 2009: 2nd Australian Long course Championships, Huskisson, Australia
    • 2009: 1st Geelong IM 70.3
    • 2008, 2009, 2011: 1st Ironman World Championships, Hawaii, USA
    • 2008: 1st Muskoka Ironman 70.3, Ontario, Canada
    • 2008: 1st Newfoundland Ironman 70.3, Canada
    • 2008: 1st St Croix Ironman 70.3, USA
    • 2005: 1st Life Time Fitness Triathlon
    • 2013; 1st Hawaii IM 70.3