Triathlete Magazine Features Jack Nunn And His European Ironman Racecation

Two Ironman’s in eight days and a whirlwind tour of Europe. Champion triathlete and rower Jack Nunn went all in on travel and racing and came back a worldly—and tired—man. This is a peek into his triathlon trip of a lifetime. Take notes.

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The Ironman circuit has offered Jack Nunn many opportunities to travel over the last eight years. Since 2008, Jack has competed and completed 8 international Full Ironman races and the Inaugural Ironman Vineman race this year in Sonoma, California. In 2013, he began racing shorter sprint triathlons, winning his age group in almost every single event racking up his total race count to over 100 events around the world.

He has also moved up in the ranks from a Bronze AWA medalist in 2014 this past year to a Silver AWA medalist in 2015 earning a little more respect along the way. Jack is also the 2015 Clydesdale 220lb+ National Champion and still holds the fastest time in the Olympic Distance Triathlon event in Grand Rapids Michigan.

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