About 200 people who had registered to run Ironman triathalons in North Carolina this year have transferred to races in other states because of concerns about the North Carolina LGBT law known House Bill 2, organizers told the Observer. The sport features running, swimming and cycling.
About 200 people who had registered to run Ironman triathalons in North Carolina this year have transferred to races in other states because of concerns about the North Carolina LGBT law known House Bill 2, organizers told the Observer. The sport features running, swimming and cycling. TODD SUMLIN tsumlin@charlotteobserver.com
About 200 people who had registered to run Ironman triathalons in North Carolina this year have transferred to races in other states because of concerns about the North Carolina LGBT law known House Bill 2, organizers told the Observer. The sport features running, swimming and cycling. TODD SUMLIN tsumlin@charlotteobserver.com

HB2 law spurs 200 to switch to Ironman races outside NC

May 19, 2016 01:36 PM