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Kona 2017: the essential information you need on where and when to watch

Ironman Kona


Learn all about the pro and age-group waves and every other essential info regarding the biggest Ironman event of the year, the ITU Ironman World Championship that is planned to take place tomorrow in Kona, Hawaii.


If you reside in Europe, then keep in mind that there is an 11-hour time difference between Hawaii and the United Kingdom, but don’t worry; we’ve got you covered when it comes to this issue. 😉


To watch all the action live, you have the option to visit the Red Bull TV website or you can watch the event on ironmanlive.com. The Red Bull TV will work great if you plan to watch the event via your mobile phone since it is distributed digitally as an app across all phones, tablets, OTT devices etc.




If you’re on twitter, you can follow the latest news and athletes on there through hashtag #IMkona.


If you need further details on the course, you should visit the Kona’s course and tactics guide by clicking here.



Further details of the race day


Pro men swim start: 5.35pm UK time (6.35am local time). Location: Kailua Pier

Pro women swim start: 5.40pm UK time (6.40am local time). Location: Kailua Pier

Age group swim start: 6.00pm UK time (7.00am local time). Location: Kailua Pier



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