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Elite rider charging on the desert plateau 2,700 feet above the Red Sea on the Israman bike course.
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On the long run from swim to T1.
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Checking out the Bike Start before the race.
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Women's Israman 113 winner Jenny Fletcher attacking one of the steeper grades on the 2,700 foot climb which begins the bike leg.
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A long line of age group competitors riding next to the security fence that separates Israel and Egypt.
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Riding a curve into the mountains.
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Israman 113 winner Ben Collins charges past a long white cloud on his Diamondback.
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Grinding up a slight rise on the desert plateau
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Netherlands pro Eddy Lamers charges on the Israman 226 bike course.
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Israman 226 men’s winner Dan Alterman ran a men’s-best 2:59:00 marathon.
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Age grouper runs past outdoor cafes and shops on the marathon run course in downtown Eilat.
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Crowds cheer a runner on the steep downhill starting the run.
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At the finish of the 12k downhill that starts the run, competitors start a seaside path that takes them past high rise hotels.
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Ben Collins posted a race-best 1:19:29 run split on his way to victory at Israman 113.
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Diederik Scheltinga of Netherlands ran a 1:24:43 half marathon split on his way to 3rd place overall.
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Israman 226 winner Dan Alterman finished in 10:09:00.
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Massimo Cigana of Italy ran 1:22:14 to place second in Israman 113.
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Jenny Fletcher won the Israman 113 overall women’s title in a time of 5:24:12.
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Laurel Jean Wassner led her twin sister Rebeccah in a 1-2 finish in the women’s division at Israman 226.