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Bozzone Withdraws From Vegas


Media Release from Triathlon New Zealand, for further information visit www.triathlon.org.nz

9th September 2012

Bozzone Withdraws From Vegas

New Zealand triathlete Terenzo Bozzone has issued the following statement regarding tomorrow’s (NZT) Ironman 70.3 World Championships in Las Vegas

It is with great regret that I have to announce that due a sinus infection I am going to have to pull out of the Ironman 70.3 World Champs.

My training has been on track and recent results have been very positive - I have been feeling very fit and strong, but I think maybe I made one too many Trans-Atlantic fights - blocked ears and airways do not bode well for a fast race...

I am desperately disappointed to have to withdraw from this race but I wouldn't have been doing myself any favours, either in the race or long term, to line up with such an incredible line up of Pro Triathletes knowing I was not going to be able to breathe properly.

The race this weekend is going to be amazing with every 70.3 world champion standing on the start line among a bunch of other athletes who are having amazing years. I wish them and everyone else competing the very best of luck and I look forward to seeing you all battling it out over the amazing course here in Las Vegas.

I have managed to tick a couple big boxes these past 2 weeks which I know will be a stepping stone to much greater results in the near future. I am going to rest up and get healthy, then plan my attack on the last part of the triathlon season and finish on a high.

Regards
Terenzo Bozzone

For further information visit www.ironman.com

ENDS

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