There are 103 miles
depends on the length of the race.
The standard overall distance is 32 miles.
2.4 miles. Do the math.
It depends on what the Triathlon is...Sprint Distance is usually a swim of about a half mile (0.47). Olympic or International Distance is a swim of about one mile (0.93). Then there is the half-Ironman (70.3) or Long Distance Triathlon as they are sometimes referred to which has a swim of 1.2 miles. Then the ultimate Triathlon that many work toward which is the full Ironman distance and that has a swim of 2.4 miles.
It is 3000 miles
no in normal kilometres
Injury and Fatigue. Don't forget, the Ironman Triathlon distances equal up to 170.3 miles!
The Half Ironman Triathlon is a three part race that requires you to swim 1.2 miles, bike ride for 56 miles and run for 13.1 miles. There is a comprehensive training program available at trinewbies.com
26 miles is a marathon. Its 26 miles because it is named after a famous run a messager made in ancient Greece. He relayed a message to the city of Marathon, Greece which was 26 miles away. So a triathlon consists of 2 milea of swimming, biking and a marathon.
Three. The triathlon contains segments of swimming, cycling, and running. A 'full' triathlon consists of a 2.4 mile (3.8 km) swim, 112 mile (180 km) cycle, followed by a marathon run (26.2 miles, 42.195 km). The triathlon in the Olympics consists of a .93 mile (1.5 km) swim, 24.8 mile (40 km) cycle, and a 6.2 mile (10 km) run.
Any Swim/Bike/Run Race is considered a Triathlon. I believe this is a reference to the Half Ironman Triathlon. This is a 70.3 miles race, consisting of 1.2 mile swim, 56 mile bike, and a 13.1 mile (Half Marathon) run.
You can find triathlon gear on many websites. Kona square seems to be a popular place for triathlon gear. Beware of gimmicks what you pay for is what you get.
3.8 km for Ironman, the Primo of the Triathlon Races. In miles it's 2.5. And swimming, according to a new study, increases longevity. Here's a link to a discussion on this study: http://www.athleticmindedtraveler.com/blog/do-swimmers-live-longer-than-runners