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I don't know if this will help you out but you can use mapmytri.com to build routes and it will give you a elevation profile of the route. Something to think about if you can't find what your looking for. http://mapmytri.com
Edit to add: Just did a quick search on the site and nothing came up for either fo the two. If you have the directions to the bike and run, then you can build the route. Good luck
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Here all all of this bike elevations (sorry so small...I got this from a Google search recently and it shows them all).
Here is the bike course comparison for Ironman Florida, Ironman Couer d'Alene and Ironman Lake Placid (listed as USA).
Here is the run course comparison for Ironman Florida, Ironman Couer d'Alene and Ironman Lake Placid (listed as USA).
When I look at these I don't really know how "accurate" they really are. Ironman created them so you can't shoot the messenger :) If you are really serious, try mapping them on your own. I've trained on Lake Placid and did Coeur d'Alene this year and these charts make LP look soooo much worse. Personally, I didn't think it was so traumatic.
Coeur d'Alene was awesome by the way. I loved it and it was just challenging enough. Couldn't be happier with my choice!
Hope this helps!