ironwoman


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i·ron·wom·an

 (ī′ərn-wo͝om′ən)
n.
A female athlete of remarkable endurance or durability.

ironwoman

(ˈaɪənˌwʊmən)
n, pl -women
a very strong woman with remarkable endurance
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Egypt Today sat down with Khalil--who is hoping to positively influence men and women in Egyptian and Arab societies--to hear about her journey to becoming an ironwoman.
Dunblane ironwoman Elaine Hopley became the fastest woman to row solo across the Atlantic after completing the 3000-mile challenge in 59 days 19 hours and 14 minutes.
I've just come home from visiting with Supermom Loretta, Ironwoman Raeanna, and artist Cheryle.
At the event, another fit and fab mom, Filipina Ironwoman and coach Ani De Leon-Brown, taught parents some stroller-friendly exercises, with the help of her husband-coach Dan Brown.
Hopefully there's a perfect Ironwoman out there but I've yet to find her.
University of Texas students Jessica Dimas and Amy Gross battled it out for fifth place, while Tucson's Kena Byrd-Jackson was the ironwoman for the weekend.
As part of the week, a wing walker, an ironwoman and a high diver, with a combined age of 245, have come together to star in a documentary, Living Legends, which sees the three inspirational grandparents remind the nation that there's a legend in us all.
Individuals can race in the ironman or ironwoman divisions, completing all seven segments of the race on their own.
The crowning of the Islamabad Ironwoman and Ironman was carried out by the Australian and Canadian High Commissioners, with the Ambassadors from Spain and Denmark.
So with nerves of steel and an Ironwoman body, we have no doubt she will nail the job of presenter of The Voice.
The list of vegetarian athletes is several pages long and includes names like bodybuilder Andreas Cahling, football star Desmond Howard, Ironwoman Ruth Heidrich and sprinter Carl Lewis.
Instead it means tests like the American Ironwoman competition - a successive 150-meter run, 300-meter swim, 400-meter rescue board paddle and 100-meter run - which Heidi Hannenian-Kissel of Hermosa Beach won for the second year in a row.