Triathlon #Road2Kona with Timo Bracht and DTM race driver Daniel Juncadella

By 4M Sports

The IRONMAN in Kona, Hawaii is the going to be the Highlight of the Triathlon season. Thousands of professional athletes and age groupers from around the world train for months and months to qualify for the race on Hawaii. It’s the allure of the mythical race in Hawaii that extends to other professional athletes from different disciplines to take on the challenge to qualify for the World Championship in Kona, Hawaii.


In our ‘Road2Kona’ web clip we follow Spanish DTM racing driver Daniel Juncadella, as he joins forces with professional triathlete and 2-time European IRONMAN champion Timo Bracht from Germany at a training weekend in Andorra. We show how the two sportsmen train the three IRONMAN disciplines together and find out what the key lessons are that Juncadella can learn of Bracht. With a view to the World Championship 2017 in Kona, Daniel Juncadella wants to be prepared to qualify for the mythical race in Hawaii.

At the end of our Webclip we are going back to the Roods. Juncadella shows us and Timo Bracht, the racing track where he started his racing career as an 8-year old.
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