TYLER BUTTERFIELD RECORDS 2ND FASTEST TIME IN IRONMAN HISTORY

In winning Ironman Cozumel today in Mexico in 7 hrs 44 mins and 01 seconds Bermuda’s Tyler Butterfield recorded the second fastest time in Ironman history.

The previous 2nd fastest time was held by Canada’s Lionel Sanders who’s time of 7 hrs 44 mins and 38 seconds is just 37 seconds slower than Tyler’s time today.

The fastest time recorded is 7hrs 40 mins 23 secs, by the UK’s Tim Don in Brazil. Don was the guest speaker at the Bermuda Triathlon Association’s Prize Giving Dinner last year and is a good friend of Tyler.

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