from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A male athlete of remarkable endurance or durability.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. An extremely tough and strong athlete, especially one who competes in extreme athletic competitions or in a large number of games consecutively.
- n. A form of surf lifesaving competition which combines swimming, board paddling, ski paddling and running.
- n. The winner of such an event.
- n. An extreme form of triathlon, expecially one organised by the World Triathlon Corporation that comprises a 2.4 mile swim, a 112 mile bike race and a marathon run.
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- n. a strong man of exceptional physical endurance
Me and my son are always glad to see super hero movies. ironman is the one to beat. that is just almost like the comic and cartoon. if you stick to the comic or cartoon you wont go wrong. already there is too many girls. main guys are goku and vagita.
Ever-fit and sporting black and gray sweat attire, the sport's ironman is very much in his element, demonstrating his baseball ability in front of more than 200 eagle-eyed observers.
As I’ve learned before, watching an ironman is a serious effort that requires real commitment.
They missed Nintendo in ironman. he had a Wii next to his TV when he was sitting on the couch working on the arm.
Sen. Cardin just began his questions by claiming that Sotomayor not only saved baseball, but also protected Cal Ripkin's "ironman" streak of consecutive games played.
I would bet that every administration has grappled with this "ironman" syndrome, which is what my old friend Martin Moore-Ede, a former Harvard University professor, calls it.
The "ironman" in Arena Football League may not be the worst job in sports, but it is one of the toughest and most demanding.
But didn't Edberg also have similar "ironman" credentials?
The "ironman" of this year's Rumble match was Mr. Perfect, who entered at #4 and was in the ring for 28 minutes.
'Boom Boom' Bundu, a former amateur star is extremely popular in Italy, due to his power and his aggressive style and will step into true international class after a very impressive 2008, but Frenchman Horta, is a real 'ironman' and is probably at the peak of his career.