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FinisherPix named title sponsor of IRONMAN 70.3 Hawai’i

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IRONMAN has announced that FinisherPix, the official photographer of IRONMAN events, will assume the title sponsor position of IRONMAN 70.3 Hawai’i, taking place on 2 June 2018 on the Kohala Coast of Hawai’i. The announcement comes following the official partnership extension with the Atlanta based photography company last October.

“This is a really special race on the IRONMAN 70.3 circuit and a photographer’s dream,” said Robbie Little, CEO of FinisherPix. “When the title sponsor opportunity presented itself, it was a no-brainer. We are extremely proud of this designation and are looking forward to capturing and showcasing all that this race and Island of Hawai`i has to offer.”

FinisherPix has offices in USA and Germany. Robbie Little, heads up global operations in the USA; and business partner, Thomas Reichhold leads the technical office in Germany. The two have worked together since 2004 and have been partners since 2010 when FinisherPix was formed.

FinisherPix has been the official photographer for IRONMAN events worldwide since 2010, providing a high-quality photo experience for thousands of athletes each year. In 2018, athletes racing FinisherPix IRONMAN 70.3 Hawai’i can expect a unique experience on parts of the iconic IRONMAN World Championship bike course and an expanded FinisherPix presence to ‘ensure no special race moment is missed’.

“IRONMAN athletes rely on FinisherPix to capture the most important moments of their race experience,” said Stuart Selig, IRONMAN Executive Vice President of Global Partnerships – North America. “The expansion of our relationship through title sponsorship at FinisherPix IRONMAN 70.3 Hawai`i illustrates their strong commitment to IRONMAN, and to providing industry leading athlete photography for our race participants.”

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