Race One Brand Ambassador Georgia Miller has won her third consecutive 2022/23 Nutri-Grain Iron Series round, while defending Ironman Champion Ali Day made his return to the top of the podium in Sydney yesterday during Round 4.
The cut throat Survival format saw 12 athletes drop off during races one and two, leading the 8 athletes fighting for the title in the third and final race at Sydney’s Maroubra Beach.
With the Ironwomen racing first, Miller came off the board in eighth after the opening board leg, but managed to swim her way into second before finishing strong on the final ski leg and crossing the line in first place.
The 26-year-old Northcliffe Ironwoman said she couldn’t have been more happier for another win in Sydney, having won Round 3 the previous day, with her friends and family in the crowd, watching on.
In the Ironman race, Race One Brand Ambassador and defending Nutri-Grain Series Champion Ali Day led from the start to secure his first win of the 2022/23 series.
After battling injury in the first two rounds, Day said he felt his form return this weekend, picking up a first and third place.
While Georgia Miller holds her place on top of the leaderboard heading into the final rounds, the unpredictable nature of Surf Life Saving means there will be plenty on offer come Rounds 5 and 6.
The final rounds of the 2022/223 Nutri-Grain IronMan and IronWoman Series will be held at Kurrawa Beach, QLD on 4 & 5 February.