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Ironman 2011 Switzerland in Zürich, Transition Area
Switzerland

The transition area of the Ironman Switzerland 2011 in Zürich. On one side there is the bike park an on the other side the lake with finish after swimming.

Copyright: Fritz dallenbach
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Загружена: 12/07/2011
Обновлено: 04/08/2011
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