Chrissie in the Express

March 23, 2012

As one of the world’s most successful sportswomen, triathlete and four-times World Ironman champion Chrissie Wellington has every right to be proud of her finely honed body.

After all, the Ironman is one of the most hard-core tests of human

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Chrissie Wellington: I have got nothing to prove to anyone anymore

March 21, 2012

Triathlete charts her troubled journey from the despair of eating disorders to becoming the unbeaten ironman world record holder.

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Chrissie Wellington, sitting cross-legged on a sofa, does not look like an iron woman on a raw winter afternoon. We’ve just …

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Chrissie Wellington interview: The iron lady

January 7, 2011

Chrissie Wellington did not even discover sport until her early twenties. Now, the civil servant from rural Norfolk is the greatest female endurance athlete on the planet. Here, she describes the sacrifices she has made for ironman triathlon and why

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Chrissie gives it some Welly

November 25, 2010

CHRISSIE WELLINGTON produced an astonishing performance in Arizona to obliterate her own Ironman world record.

The superhuman British triathlete took more than NINE minutes off the previous best mark, recording a time of 8 hours 36 minutes and 13 seconds …

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Meet Chrissie Wellington, the world's fittest woman

February 11, 2010

Chrissie Wellington has broken every record in the book for the gruelling long-distance triathlon. She tells Sophie Goodchild why she is prepared to train for six hours a day, seven days a week…

I can’t help staring at Chrissie Wellington’s …

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Stand up for our winner, Chrissie Wellington

November 9, 2009

The Sunday Times Sportswoman of the Year, and world record-holding Triathlon champion, has the London Games in her sights


Chrissie Wellington is cycling through Hyde Park on Thursday when she stops to chat. Two days after being named The Sunday

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New York Times: Pushing Past the Pain of Exertion

November 2, 2009


LAST November, Kara Goucher ran the ING New York City Marathon, her first 26.2-mile race. Even though she was an Olympian who had placed 10th in the 10,000 meter race in 2008 in Beijing — running the equivalent of …

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West Hawaii Today Newspaper Frontpage: Red Hot Iron

October 12, 2008

Chrissie Wellington of Great Britain, finishes first for the women in the 2008 Ford Ironman World Chapionship triathlon Saturday in Kailua-Kona.

10-12-2008 - West Hawaii Today - Red Hot Iron

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