John Dzierzbicki of Chandler and Maggie Walsh of Colorado won the Paradox IRONMAN Arizona triathlon on Sunday.
More than 1,700 athletes from 38 countries, regions and territories and all 50 states took part in the Tempe event, part of the VinFast IRONMAN North America Series, according to a release.
The competition consisted of a single-loop, 2.4-mile swim in Tempe Town Lake, three-loop 112-mile bike course through the Salt River Pima Maricopa County Indian Community to the Beeline Highway and a 26.2-mile run that ended just outside of Tempe Beach Park.
Dzierzbicki completed the course in a time of 8:17:01. Walsh finished in 9:33:48, according to the release.
The 2023 Paradox IRONMAN Arizona triathlon offered age group qualifying slots to the 2024 VinFast IRONMAN World Championship with the women racing in Nice, France on Sept. 22 and the men racing in Kona, Hawaii on Oct. 26.
The event will return to Tempe. on Nov. 17, 2024, to celebrate its 20th edition of the race. General registration for the 2024 edition will open online to the public on Nov. 27, 2023 at www.ironman.com/im-arizona-register.
Official results can be found at www.ironman.com/im-arizona-results.