The documentary showcases not only the audacious yet ultimately successful attempt to race the full distance of triathlon in under seven hours for men and under eight hours for women, but also the two-year build-up leading into the challenge following all six athletes involved.
Vice world champion Kat Matthews today became the first woman to finish a full distance triathlon in under eight hours
At the Pho3nix Sub7 and Sub8 Project, Powered by Zwift, today was yet another day of swim, bike and run, with race day finally confirmed as happening on June 5th.
As race day looms ever nearer, our four athletes are starting to feel the enormity of the task they have taken upon themselves.
Aside from the talent and fitness of our champion athletes Nicola Spirig and Kat Matthews, use of technology and strategy are seen as key in the attempt to finish a full distance triathlon in under eight hours at the Pho3nix Sub8 Project, Powered by Zwift.
Featuring Olympians, world champions and professional marathoners names as pacemakers for Sub7 Sub8 teams
World Class Cyclists And Triathletes Chosen By Spirig And Matthews To Deliver Them Sub8 Performances
Both teams include some of Britain’s top time trialists that are more attuned to beating each other, but now united in a common goal.
With only four weeks to go Kristian Blummenfelt and Kat Matthews came out in fighting form to shape the men’s and women’s races at the Ironman World Championship at St. George, Utah.
European champion Kat Matthews has signed on to the Pho3nix Sub8 Project, Powered by Zwift.
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