Mirinda Carfrae

Meet Team Sirius Athlete Mirinda Carfrae

About Mirinda

In 2006, Mirinda claimed the St Croix and Baja titles early in the year, then won bronze at the Ironman 70.3 World Championships. In 2007, Mirinda came second in 4 half Ironman distance triathlons before winning the Ironman 70.3 World Championships in world record time. 2008 saw five Ironman 70.3 wins and 2009 another 4 Ironman 70.3 wins and a second place and run course record in her first attempt at the full Ironman distance in Kona.

With 15 Ironman 70.3 wins to date, Mirinda has clearly claimed the 70.3 distance as her own and leaves no doubt that she’s a force to be reckoned with in Ironman racing.

 

Successes & Results

3x Ironman World Champion: 2010, 2013, 2014!
Ironman World Championship 2nd place finisher: 2009, 2011
Ironman 70.3 World Champion: 2007

Results & Updates

Mirinda Carfrae 2nd at Ironman World Championships

Mirinda Carfrae was 2nd at the Ironman World Championships 2016 in Kona Hawaii. It was an awesome race by Rinny. Daniela Ryf was on another planet for this race but Rinny was the BEST of the REST!

Weekend Race Update: Mirinda Carfrae, Lizzie Gruber, Troy Romero!

Mirinda Carfrae wins Ironman Austria and breaks the course record in tremendous fashion!! Carfrae won the women’s title in a new course record time of 8:41:17! Mirinda was mostly uncontested throughout the 140.4 miles of racing, and had a 59:15 swim, a 4:47:38 bike...

Mirinda Carfrae 3rd Place at IM 70.3 Monterrey

Mirinda Carfrae opens her 2016 season up with a 3rd place at Ironman 70.3 Monterrey. she had the fastest run split of the day! Great start to what is looking to be a fantastic season for Mirinda.

Mirinda Carfrae Kicks Off Kona Focused 2016 Triathlon Season

Miranda Carfare kicks off her 2016 season this weekend at Mexico’s Ironman 70.3 Monterrey and shares the announcement of her full 2016 race schedule! “I am so excited to get started. I know how ready I was last October and I really missed being part of such a dynamic...

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