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Ironman Canada, Ironman Louisville and Penticton Challenge

Monday, 09 September 2013 19:59 |
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WOW, what I weekend that was for many of you!  Ironman Canada, Ironman Louisville and Penticton Challenge were all happening on the same day.  Here are some of the results.

Rick Wilson was ill after the swim and toughed it out till about 6 miles into the run.  Marilyn had a tough swim, some 30 minutes longer than usual (bad course marking and choppy waters)  and with this late start on the bike, she just missed the bike cut off at Yellow Lake. She was strong on the bike and all those Computrainer session made a difference.  

Mark Powell in Ironman Louisville won his age group and qualified for Kona.  Tony Chad was having a great day but the heat too its toll and he made it to the 8 hour mark. Ironman Arizona is slated later in the season.

 

Mens Relay

1 X80 MitoCanada 00:48:06 00:01:17 04:48:49 00:00:52 02:43:55 08:22:57
2 X50 Runners Soul 00:52:07 00:01:25 05:20:20 00:00:54 03:11:40 09:26:25
3 X177 TRI IT PANTHERS    00:53:22 00:02:17 05:33:58 00:00:56 03:37:21 10:07:52
4 X181 Team Creepe 01:02:58 00:01:45 05:48:07 00:01:28 03:15:28 10:09:45
5 X18 Lakota 00:58:54 00:01:46 05:51:33 00:01:18 03:21:53 10:15:21

Womens Relay

(Team of Kelly, Suzanne and Rosemarie won the Womens Team Division)

1 X99 Critically Speedy Female Force    01:01:33 00:01:33 05:43:57 00:00:58 03:17:01 10:05:00
2 X8 TRI IT DREAMERS 00:59:54 00:01:32 05:45:01 00:01:13 04:08:51 10:56:28
3 X66 Challenge Accepted/HATC  00:59:03 00:01:38 05:40:02 00:01:12 04:37:28 11:19:21
4 X31 Chicks with Kick 01:01:22 00:01:46 06:34:54 00:01:12 04:05:24 11:44:36
5 X55 Tres Amigas Rapidos 01:28:17 00:01:55 06:27:20 00:01:19 04:00:49 11:59:38

Womens

Huge Congrats to Joaka for a BRONZE Medal!  Well done!

6    6    696 Tse, Daisy (CAN) 35-39 01:31:52 00:04:21 06:23:33 00:03:20 03:58:56 12:02:00
3    3    583 Pocaterra, Joaquina (CAN) 40-44 01:25:44    00:03:23 06:20:56 00:02:57 04:34:38 12:27:37
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