Two U.S. men reached the podium in the professional field at IRONMAN Lake Placid on Sunday, a race in which race winner Brent McMahon of Canada broke the course record. McMahon, a two-time Olympian, covered the 2.4-mile swim, 112-mile bike and 26.2-mile run in 8:13:53. His finishing time was nearly 10 minutes faster than the previous course mark set in 2004 by British triathlete Simon Lessing. Andy Potts (Colorado Springs, Colo.) crossed the line second in 8:37:46, recording a race-leading 50:10 swim split in the process. Justin Daerr (Boulder, Colo.) completed the podium in 8:45:40.
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