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Iron Man could mean:

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The term "Iron Man" is used in multiple sports for players with long streaks of consecutive games. For example, the term "Iron Man of Baseball" refers to either Lou Gehrig or Cal Ripken, Jr.. As of March 31, 2007, the current regular season ironmen in the four major North American sports are:

The term "iron man" can also be used to describe a game that is played by oneself whereas additional players would normally be required. It is also used in the Arena Football League for any player that plays both offensive and defensive positions.

The term could also mean:

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  • Der Eiserne Mann, an iron pillar from the late Middle Ages, located in Germany
  • Iron: Man, a 1993 sculpture by Antony Gormley in Birmingham, England
  • Ironman Datalink, a version of Timex Corporation's watch marketed in conjunction with the Ironman Triathlon