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Scott Molina (born February 29, 1960) is a retired triathlete. His most memorable performances took place at the Ironman World Championships in KonaHawaii. The peak of his career coincided with the going out of Dave Scott and coming in of Mark Allen, both 6 time Ironman world champions. Molina won Ironman World Championships in 1988. He has garnered the nickname, "The Terminator."
Apart from winning Kona, Molina won over 100 professional races in his career.