Peter Schokman and Carrie Lester win 2010 Capricorn Half Ironman Triathlon in Yeppoon – Full Results

Full race report to come…

Peter Schokman of Asquith in New South Wales had one of the fastest swim times of the day and also ran 1:13 to take out the Capricorn Coast Half Ironman. This is one of Pete’s biggest wins to date and and showed how strong he is over both Olympic and Half Ironman distances.

Carrie Lester has had a phenomonial year with wins at Ironman Australia and Huskisson Long Course and has continued with this great win. The women’s race had some tough competition with Michelle Wu, Tara Prowse, Nicole Ward (back from a successful USA campaign) and Lisa Marangon.

Carrie’s strong bike and run combination proved to be the difference on the day.

Pete dominated a quality field with the fastest swim and run splits for the race and looks in superb form as he leads into his next race this coming weekend up in Korea. The half Ironman includes a 1.9km swim, 90km bike and 21.1km run. Pete was the pre race favourite and didn’t disappoint with a blistering performance that left him the clear winner by close to 4 minutes.

Pete is definitely an athlete on the move and has big plans for the coming season. He moves onto an elite ITU Continental Cup race this weekend in Korea before continuing his preparations for his biggest race of the season being the 70.3 Half Ironman World Championships in Clearwater, Florida.

 

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POS

NAME

DIV

FINISH

SWIM

CYCLE

RUN

1 Peter Schokman MOPEN 4:04:25 0:29:12 2:22:10 1:13:01
2 Adam Fitzyakerley MOPEN 4:07:57 0:30:25 2:20:42 1:16:48
3 Luke Harrison MOPEN 4:10:22 0:29:31 2:22:14 1:18:36
4 Paul Dodd MOPEN 4:14:24 0:32:02 2:20:35 1:21:44
5 Jan Matejovsky MOPEN 4:16:10 0:29:35 2:22:28 1:24:06
6 Charles Griffith MOPEN 4:19:22 0:29:31 2:22:12 1:27:37
7 Todd Spackman M18-24 4:20:51 0:35:47 2:22:33 1:22:29
8 Jarrod Owen MOPEN 4:21:20 0:37:19 2:20:39 1:23:20
9 Daren Franken M40-44 4:22:05 0:32:11 2:21:57 1:27:55
10 Johan Borg MOPEN 4:22:52 0:35:03 2:26:25 1:21:22
11 Carrie Lester FOPEN 4:23:50 0:33:12 2:24:18 1:26:19
12 Peter Short M35-39 4:24:03 0:36:37 2:20:04 1:27:20
13 Bradley Bullock M30-34 4:24:35 0:32:25 2:24:06 1:28:02
14 Deiter Mcdonald M35-39 4:25:12 0:33:37 2:22:45 1:28:49
15 Dale Hemley M35-39 4:25:30 0:35:42 2:53:56 0:55:50
16 Brett Urwin M40-44 4:25:55 0:33:52 2:20:42 1:31:20
17 Darren Meinicke M35-39 4:26:01 0:33:58 2:25:03 1:26:59
18 Brad Eastwood MOPEN 4:26:06 0:34:07 2:21:17 1:30:41
19 Nick Murray MOPEN 4:26:39 0:32:01 2:26:00 1:28:36
20 Matt Burton M18-24 4:26:45 0:34:26 2:23:29 1:28:48
21 Brock Prime M25-29 4:26:59 0:35:31 2:25:25 1:26:00
22 Jon Woods M35-39 4:27:15 0:33:50 2:24:46 1:28:38
23 Xavier Coppock M30-34 4:27:31 0:33:23 2:22:28 1:31:38
24 Mark Bowstead MOPEN 4:27:39 0:29:20 2:16:48 1:41:30
25 Bruce Thiele M35-39 4:27:52 0:35:22 2:21:34 1:30:53
26 Charles Rodgers M30-34 4:28:01 0:33:08 2:21:04 1:33:47
27 Bob Brace M35-39 4:28:05 0:36:10 2:22:48 1:29:05
28 Toby Somerville M50-54 4:28:25 0:37:24 2:27:26 1:23:33
29 Levi Hauwert M18-24 4:28:35 0:37:19 2:24:44 1:26:30
30 Schofield Steven M35-39 4:28:50 0:34:53 2:21:50 1:32:06
31 Scott Murray M25-29 4:29:11 0:35:34 2:26:07 1:27:28
32 Ricky Simonsen M40-44 4:30:03 0:34:08 2:21:24 1:34:30
33 Bryn Hannan M25-29 4:30:48 0:34:16 2:29:09 1:27:21
34 Steve Symes M35-39 4:31:52 0:35:01 2:25:16 1:31:33
35 Andrew Howse M35-39 4:32:00 0:38:26 2:25:26 1:28:06
36 Thomas Bakowski MOPEN 4:32:01 0:38:12 2:28:36 1:25:12
37 Michelle Wu FOPEN 4:32:32 0:34:05 2:33:24 1:25:01
38 Richard Kay M35-39 4:32:52 0:32:46 2:

Karl Hayes

Head of Rest and Recovery

Karl is a keen age group triathlete who races more than he trains. Good life balance! Karl works in the media industry in Australia and is passionate about the sport of triathlon.