Definitions for "IRONMAN"
The most well-known triathlon distance. It consists of a 2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike and a 26.2 mile run. The distance is referred to as "long distance". The IRONMAN triathlon started in kona, Hawaii, back in 1978. The event is done every year. In the 1990's IRONMAN does not just refer to the race in Hawaii, but is used when talking about the distance.
A triathlon featuring a 2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike, and a 26.2 mile run.
a completely different type of effort from a short course race, and knowing how to properly fuel your body will make your training sessions more enjoyable and the chances for success in the actual event much greater
Ironman is the debut album by Wu-Tang Clan member Ghostface Killah, an American hip hop artist. Compared to other first generation solo albums released by Wu-Tang members, it is overtly soul based owing much of its thematic scope, mythology and samples from classic 60's and 70's blaxploitation as well as Kung Fu films. It is also notable for being more open in its references to the 5% Nation and the Clan's beliefs as a whole as is illustrated in the vocal interlude before the song Black Jesus.
Synonymous with Arena Football, "Ironman" signifies participants playing both offense and defense. Typically, linemen get to pass block as well as rush the passer, wideouts play either defensive back or linebacker and fullbacks play linebacker. Each year, the league honors an Ironman of the Year, and, six of the last seven seasons, Orlando's Barry Wagner has won the award.
a strong man of exceptional physical endurance