Ironman world record holder injured in Kona bike crash

Liza Rachetto

Liza Rachetto

Tim Don was among the favorites for the 2017 IRONMAN World Championships title, but the popular Brit was hit by a auto while training in Kona and is now apparently out 5-6 weeks with a fractured C2 vertebrae.

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He was reportedly riding his bicycle along the Queen K highway near the Kona airport when the incident happened. "The good news is I don't have to have an operation and fly to Honolulu in a helicopter-that would have been pretty cool". "The bad news is I'm out for the best part of five or six weeks in a brace", he said.

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In May, Don became the fastest athlete to ever finish an Ironman-branded race, with a finish time of 7:40:23.

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