Ironman Japan hits record entry levels for 2010. Entries to the tenth anniversary Ironman Japan, to be held on Japan’s Goto Island on 13 June, has now been closed by the race organisers.
With a record of over 1,250 entries the race registration has closed seven weeks early for the first time in the race’s history.
Race Director Micky Yamamoto is excited about this year’s race: "We have been working hard to provide a great racing experience for all the athletes and the record entry for this year is very encouraging. We will be making some exciting changes to the race in 2010 which will we believe add to the race experience for all competitors."
Professional athletes wishing to race in Ironman Japan should contact World Triathlon Corporation (WTC) as soon as possible to secure entry.