Pro Triathlete - Cronulla, Australia
3x World Ironman Champion, 2x Ironman 70.3 World Champion
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2011 was Craig Alexander’s year. After winning the Ironman 70.3 World Championship for the 2nd time he went on to win the Ironman World Championship for the third time, one of only four men to reach such an accomplishment. He’s the course record holder at Ironman Kona and the oldest male to win the event. Despite all Crowie’s successes he’s one of the humblest athletes around earning him the respect of fans and athletes from sports beyond triathlon.
Click the "Summary" tab on Crowie's workout files to see our analysis of his data!
- March 13th, 2012 Bike File - Crowie won the inaugural Ironman Melbourne just 11 days after this key bike workout. Take a look at this 3hr ride where his peak 60-minute power was 247w avg, and 285 normalized power.
- February 21st, 2012 Bike File - This ride is only 5 weeks out from the Ironman Asia-Pacific Championship in Melbourne. Craig rode 5hrs near Sydney, Australia which accumulated 264TSS points and he maintained 243 normalized power. He also added a 5-minute effort at 380w. Be sure to read Mat Steinmetz's commentary about the virtues of this type of ride in the Summary section of the above file viewer. Mat is one of Craig's training advisors.
- August 13th, 2011 Bike File - Here is one of Crowie's crucial workouts just 8 weeks before his record-setting Ironman Victory! Be sure to check out this 5hr, 106 mile ride through the mountains of Colorado.
- February 8th, 2012 Blog Post - Craig Alexander Selects TrainingPeaks as Official Training Software.