South Australian triathlete, Kevin Fergusson, is competing in the last of his 5 ironman races in Busselton on December 7. He has raised over $23,000 so far for cancer research, but would like to get a lot closer to his target of $55,000.
The rush is here!!!! Fantastic to have large corporate companies getting behind iron5for55. A big thank you to Wilson Parking for their donation of four TDU corporate passes valued at $1800.
BUY : IM-BUSELTON (W.A.) purchasing times are NOW live TODAY – Monday 10, Nov at 1800 hr. There are no changes to the matrix buying system after listening to your feedback. As well as “BIG Donate or Sponsor Button” Post Link (By special request “Chester”)
It is all on one page now and you can purchase from all legs, and then check out. The purchasing times are a lot simpler now, this is due to purchasing a 10 second time instead of 1 second time; this will increase your chance of picking the right time. Continue reading
WINNERS: IRONMAN-KONA (World Championships). Sorry for the big delay, Kev has been taking the heat, while I was away
As Kevin stated, a very tough day but also one of his most enjoyable Hawaii Ironman he has done. Not a course Record but, thats 4 Ironman Win’s in 4 events, with 3 Course Records).
Once again, no one picked the exact time in any Leg: Swim, Bike, Run or Final Time. So the Winner go to the Closest Selection.
Goes to show, we need more sales, don’t leave any hole’s in the Matrix for “BUY-IM BUSSELTON”. This is the last Event for “Iron5for55″ so lets make it a big one! You have 2 weeks to purchase.
Following Kevin’s win in the 55 to 59 Age Group at KONA-World Championships (Thats 4 Ironman Win’s in 4 events, with 3 Course Records), Kevin is back, and after a 14 day break from training and face book, he is refreshed and looking forward to number 5 for the year at Busselton W.A Australia on Dec 7.
October 6th 2014
Kona is the next step in a courageous charity fund-raiser for a leading Australian age-grouper.
By Steve Landells
An ambitious bid by Australian Kevin Fergusson to raise $55,000 for Cancer Research steps up a notch in Kona when he tackles the fourth leg of his grueling odyssey to win five IRONMAN races in course record times in the 55-59 age group in a year.