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Ollie Whistler and Sarah Crowley win 2012 Hell of the West Triathlon in Goondiwindi

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Ollie Whistler and Sarah Crowley have won the 2012 Hell of the West triathlon. With a lot of athletes concerned about making the trek to Goondiwindi with the rising flood waters cutting off towns across southern Queensland and Northern NSW there was still a strong field across all categories.

In a race that saw the swim moved due to the floods and a 3.2km run added in between the swim and the bike the athletes took it on the chin. An unexpected additional run is always a tough ask and making sure you don’t use too much energy in the first run is a must.

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Ollie pictured winning the recent Nowra Olympic distance triathlon

Ollie Whistler has only recently started back training full time after taking a well earned three week break over Xmas. He won the Olympic Distance triseries race recently in Nowra and backed up with a solid performance this weekend.

The women’s open field was a lighter with the decision by Rebecca Hoschke to pull out due to concerns over getting to and back from Goondiwindi.

Tim Berkel had a solid result with a faster run but was undone by Whistler on the bike. Berkel was going to Goondi with the specific intent of turning over his legs before taking on Geelong Long Distance triathlon next weekend. Although when a start guns goes it is hard not to go 100%.

Female winner Crowley had her work cut out for her with leading age grouper Kym Jaenke leading her out of the water by over two minutes. Female pro Rachael Paxton finished a solid third over all in the female category but was slightly off the pace with her bike and run.

For Rachael this race was an opportunity to put to rest some bad luck that struck over a few races in 2011. Racing uninjured and without getting flat tyres will hopefully be a thing of the past. Paxton, Crowley and Jaenke all smashed the previous female bike race record. Without the usual head wind heading back in to town the bikes times were a lot faster than usual. Kym Jaenke will be racing in Ironman Melbourne next month and barring any unseen obstacles should be a shoe in for a Kona slot this year.

Rachael Paxton also says to watch out for Sarah Crowley this year. She is bound to put her mark on long course triathlons.

With the amended swim came some new obstacles. A three lap swim saw some of the leading athletes finding themselves swimming through the second half of the field as they caught the tail enders.

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Pos Name Cat Swim Run 1 Bike Run 2 Finish
1 REDDOG A MTeam 24:56:00 10:41 2:02:48 1:01:05 3:39:32
2 Ollie Whistler MOpen 27:00:00 11:55 1:59:26 1:02:28 3:40:51
3 Tim Berkel MOpen 27:06:00 11:50 2:01:33 1:00:37 3:41:08
4 Luke Harrison M30-34 25:51:00 12:42 2:06:14 1:03:23 3:48:11
5 Daniel Macpherson M20-24 27:16:00 13:04 2:04:53 1:06:47 3:52:02
6 Adam Gordon MOpen 31:06:00 12:56 2:03:29 1:04:31 3:52:04
7 Brendan Brooks MOpen 29:18:00 12:48 2:02:51 1:07:23 3:52:21
8 Todd Spackman M20-24 29:22:00 12:32 2:05:10 1:05:23 3:52:29
9 Paul Dodd M35-39 29:23:00 12:56 2:02:18 1:08:06 3:52:44
10 Steven Brasch MOpen 31:18:00 13:33 2:02:38 1:06:40 3:54:10
11 Marcus Randall M25-29 31:23:00 12:53 2:02:59 1:08:51 3:56:07
12 Steven Schofield M35-39 31:26:00 14:27 2:01:11 1:09:24 3:56:29
13 Brett Newton M40-44 30:54:00 12:57 2:05:07 1:09:10 3:58:10
14 John Polson MOpen 27:11:00 11:43 2:17:29 1:02:24 3:58:49
15 Sarah Crowley FOpen 30:26:00 12:40 2:08:51 1:09:18 4:01:16
16 Jack Walgers MOpen 27:03:00 12:39 2:05:01 1:17:40 4:02:24
17 Kym Jaenke F30-34 28:03:00 13:35 2:10:17 1:11:14 4:03:10
18 Savage Bliss Masters Team 29:43:00 13:07 2:10:05 1:11:07 4:04:03
19 2 & a Half Men Mixed Team 35:16:00 12:16 2:06:19 1:10:15 4:04:07
20 Scott Murray M25-29 31:24:00 14:16 2:07:49 1:11:21 4:04:51
21 Brad Crofts M30-34 29:26:00 13:32 2:10:17 1:14:22 4:07:39
22 Rachael Paxton FOpen 30:03:00 13:49 2:11:55 1:12:32 4:08:20
23 Schoolies Mixed Team 26:51:00 14:29 2:02:07 1:24:54 4:08:22
24 Luke Martin MOpen 29:32:00 13:16 2:13:38 1:12:14 4:08:42
25 BURKIES MAIL RUN MTeam 29:31:00 12:38 2:12:35 1:14:27 4:09:12
26 Stuart Cameron M35-39 32:50:00 13:41 2:11:36 1:11:39 4:09:48
27 James Cousins M40-44 32:24:00 14:40 2:10:28 1:12:22 4:09:55
28 Collective Braincell MTeam 31:49:00 13:25 2:10:31 1:14:17 4:10:03
29 Dave Crellin M35-39 30:25:00 13:21 2:14:00 1:12:21 4:10:08
30 Peter Read M30-34 31:37:00 14:08 2:11:45 1:13:52 4:11:24
31 Anthony Rule M25-29 30:33:00 12:49 2:07:53 1:20:20 4:11:35
32 Robin Haywood M40-44 39:03:00 14:43 2:02:13 1:15:37 4:11:37
33 Scott Farrell M30-34 31:06:00 13:49 2:14:26 1:13:07 4:12:29
34 Rod Cedaro MOpen 36:27:00 14:17 2:12:38 1:09:08 4:12:32
35 Martin Rees M35-39 36:05:00 14:33 2:14:29 1:07:52 4:13:00
36 Lars Olsen M25-29 27:19:00 14:13 2:10:15 1:21:36 4:13:24
37 Shartomike Mixed Team 37:19:00 12:05 2:21:11 1:03:16 4:13:53
38 Elliot Mccarthy M30-34 33:18:00 14:37 2:10:17 1:16:18 4:14:32
39 Andras Heczey M30-34 29:21:00 14:14 2:16:23 1:14:57 4:14:57
40 Robert Walker M40-44 32:49:00 15:48 2:11:59 1:14:27 4:15:05
41 Halligan Quin M20-24 31:50:00 13:08 2:16:33 1:13:51 4:15:23
42 Ian Hutchison M35-39 37:06:00 15:05 2:08:20 1:15:51 4:16:23
43 Paul Philipp M30-34 31:33:00 13:34 2:12:50 1:18:42 4:16:41
44 Patrick Johnston M35-39 34:37:00 14:31 2:12:37 1:15:11 4:16:58
45 Benjamin Millen M30-34 35:14:00 13:49 2:15:47 1:12:10 4:17:02
46 Simon Genrich M35-39 40:12:00 12:17 2:15:53 1:08:41 4:17:05
47 David Barber M45-49 32:23:00 16:29 2:07:51 1:20:22 4:17:06
48 Clint Kimmins M25-29 31:34:00 13:23 2:12:41 1:19:29 4:17:07
49 Stephen Courtney M35-39 32:23:00 14:05 2:21:39 1:09:11 4:17:20
50 Busted Old Breakaways Mixed Team 37:27:00 12:36 2:17:11 1:10:59 4:18:15
51 Ben Mccormick MOpen 33:04:00 14:35 2:11:38 1:19:19 4:18:38
52 Susan Langley F40-44 36:26:00 13:52 2:15:49 1:13:30 4:19:38
53 David Cumming M30-34 35:25:00 13:51 2:15:44 1:16:08 4:21:10
54 Neil Cowan M30-34 35:59:00 13:43 2:16:42 1:14:49 4:21:14
55 Hayden Lyons M30-34 32:43:00 13:52 2:20:14 1:14:40 4:21:31
56 Michael Hoynes M45-49 38:31:00 15:02 2:06:29 1:22:11 4:22:14
57 Mitchell Rule M20-24 32:38:00 14:40 2:11:27 1:23:35 4:22:22
58 Rodney Holland M45-49 44:09:00 14:06 2:13:09 1:11:27 4:22:52
59 Peter Hughes M30-34 33:21:00 14:32 2:13:59 1:21:10 4:23:02
60 Ronaldo Wilton M35-39 29:17:00 14:33 2:18:13 1:21:12 4:23:17
61 Michael Lennon M40-44 32:55:00 14:21 2:25:15 1:11:21 4:23:53
62 Allan John Moustoukas M50-54 32:57:00 15:27 2:13:30 1:21:59 4:23:55
63 The Tri-fields Demons Mixed Team 34:20:00 14:23 2:12:57 1:22:37 4:24:17
64 Nadine Mcmillan F30-34 37:27:00 14:33 2:16:32 1:16:24 4:24:57
65 Tyson Croll M25-29 34:03:00 15:51 2:14:24 1:20:48 4:25:07
66 Richard Armstrong M50-54 38:47:00 14:52 2:17:09 1:14:56 4:25:46
67 Paul Scroggie M40-44 34:15:00 14:34 2:20:52 1:16:21 4:26:03
68 Paul Worroll M45-49 35:17:00 14:53 2:18:00 1:18:00 4:26:12
69 Darren Dillon M40-44 41:02:00 14:04 2:17:02 1:14:12 4:26:23
70 Andrew Tomlin M35-39 31:08:00 14:58 2:16:15 1:24:07 4:26:29
71 Darren Carmody M45-49 33:32:00 15:19 2:10:23 1:27:19 4:26:34
72 Chris Hill M40-44 31:28:00 14:30 2:18:24 1:22:26 4:26:50
73 Justin Hunter M35-39 32:28:00 13:23 2:29:50 1:11:31 4:27:14
74 Angela Clarke F45-49 31:39:00 15:59 2:20:07 1:19:33 4:27:19
75 Corrie Rowlands M35-39 33:55:00 14:54 2:18:21 1:20:21 4:27:32
76 Andrew Lowry M30-34 38:13:00 15:40 2:17:10 1:16:34 4:27:39
77 Jonathan Blakey M25-29 32:17:00 16:07 2:15:06 1:24:20 4:27:51
78 James Staciwa M30-34 36:11:00 16:12 2:19:53 1:15:37 4:27:55
79 Mary’s Hotel Mixed Team 35:36:00 15:06 2:11:56 1:25:21 4:28:01
80 Kent Murrat M25-29 2:40:22 52:59:00 4:28:21
81 Tom Uhlich (Mewing) M40-44 36:27:00 14:39 2:17:43 1:19:31 4:28:21
82 Penelope Holland F40-44 31:32:00 15:25 2:23:47 1:17:45 4:28:30
83 Daniel Carroll M30-34 34:41:00 15:47 2:19:53 1:18:13 4:28:35
84 Darryl Stratford M45-49 39:25:00 14:55 2:17:39 1:17:04 4:29:05
85 Tracey Zammit F40-44 30:08:00 15:04 2:27:38 1:16:29 4:29:21
86 Adrian Pearce M40-44 36:19:00 15:12 2:19:09 1:19:00 4:29:42
87 Dave Blakey M45-49 36:34:00 15:37 2:12:59 1:24:31 4:29:43
88 Jack Greenland M20-24 32:05:00 16:22 2:13:46 1:27:31 4:29:46
89 Leanne Southwell F40-44 30:25:00 14:45 2:22:49 1:22:03 4:30:03
90 Jason Black M40-44 34:54:00 16:20 2:16:32 1:22:26 4:30:14
91 Bruce Thiele M40-44 33:03:00 16:39 2:11:13 1:29:33 4:30:29
92 Brett Stalley M45-49 40:52:00 14:53 2:20:16 1:14:45 4:30:48
93 Joshua Cresswell M25-29 34:38:00 14:04 2:20:28 1:21:41 4:30:52
94 Dan O ‘ Neill M50-54 40:22:00 13:19 2:20:14 1:17:23 4:31:20
95 Geoff Wilson M40-44 34:03:00 14:46 2:17:41 1:25:04 4:31:35
96 Jason Mcmahon M35-39 36:36:00 15:09 2:25:34 1:14:17 4:31:37
97 Craig Rule M50-54 32:59:00 15:11 2:29:09 1:14:22 4:31:43
98 Drew Parker M25-29 38:03:00 16:06 2:15:39 1:22:03 4:31:52
99 Sean Murray M30-34 37:28:00 14:50 2:22:58 1:16:38 4:31:55
100 Catherine Thiele F30-34 34:14:00 15:37 2:19:41 1:22:23 4:31:57
101 David Toye M35-39 29:25:00 16:17 2:20:11 1:26:11 4:32:06
102 Michelle Ryan Uhlich F30-34 35:38:00 16:19 2:19:48 1:20:51 4:32:37
103 Tony Mills M35-39 40:37:00 16:46 2:09:55 1:25:19 4:32:39
104 Lisa Skinner F45-49 37:25:00 14:00 2:24:16 1:17:05 4:32:48
105 The Masters Apprentices Masters Team 35:44:00 14:07 2:24:54 1:18:06 4:32:52
106 Rodney Hall M45-49 36:45:00 15:09 2:20:36 1:20:24 4:32:55
107 David Thompson M45-49 34:58:00 14:54 2:22:23 1:20:48 4:33:05
108 Michael Page M35-39 31:48:00 14:47 2:13:36 1:33:00 4:33:11
109 Jack Simpson M20-24 33:25:00 13:35 2:23:36 1:22:51 4:33:28
110 Rex Robinson M50-54 35:27:00 16:01 2:15:34 1:26:26 4:33:29
111 Peter Sullivan M55-59 39:44:00 16:10 2:16:14 1:21:33 4:33:42
112 Ryan Mcloughlin M35-39 41:16:00 15:53 2:13:46 1:23:11 4:34:07
113 Dan Butler M35-39 29:30:00 15:24 2:13:46 1:35:27 4:34:08
114 Mia Cottrell-Dormer F35-39 34:18:00 15:03 2:26:15 1:18:39 4:34:17
115 Shane Smith M45-49 35:54:00 15:31 2:20:56 1:21:58 4:34:20
116 Jager Bombers Mixed Team 34:20:00 13:51 2:13:21 1:32:51 4:34:24
117 THE GOODIES MTeam 31:30:00 13:27 2:33:02 1:16:27 4:34:28
118 Brett Sweeney M35-39 43:10:00 16:54 2:21:34 1:12:56 4:34:35
119 Tim Osborne M40-44 36:03:00 16:10 2:19:39 1:22:53 4:34:47
120 Ian Ferrier M50-54 34:05:00 16:46 2:21:16 1:22:53 4:35:01
121 Joel Davoren M30-34 34:06:00 15:46 2:23:38 1:21:37 4:35:09
122 3 suckers for punishment Mixed Team 34:48:00 14:16 2:15:11 1:32:04 4:36:20
123 Brad Kruger M35-39 38:40:00 15:09 2:27:40 1:14:58 4:36:28
124 Team Panda Mixed Team 40:02:00 17:27 2:12:06 1:26:53 4:36:29
125 3 men shufflin Masters Team 33:16:00 13:47 2:32:38 1:16:57 4:36:40
126 Daniel Mctainsh M30-34 38:42:00 16:11 2:18:53 1:23:23 4:37:11
127 Colin Hunt M25-29 35:03:00 15:29 2:19:49 1:26:50 4:37:13
129 Bronwyn Henschell F40-44 34:32:00 14:52 2:30:37 1:17:48 4:37:51
128 David Bones M35-39 42:58:00 18:58 2:18:02 1:17:52 4:37:51
130 Who’s bloody idea was this??? Mixed Team 27:46:00 14:14 2:35:22 1:20:29 4:37:52
131 Christopher Thompson M45-49 31:11:00 14:44 2:24:39 1:27:35 4:38:11
132 KCS Mixed Team 32:07:00 15:20 2:20:28 1:30:35 4:38:30
133 Team LPP Mixed Team 37:20:00 14:21 2:20:31 1:26:25 4:38:39
134 Eliza Brabyn F35-39 36:26:00 15:55 2:22:37 1:24:11 4:39:11
135 Matt Leabeater M30-34 36:38:00 16:26 2:20:00 1:26:11 4:39:16
136 JGS Mixed Team 33:10:00 15:27 2:23:57 1:26:46 4:39:22
137 Fresh Air Fitness MTeam 33:08:00 13:01 2:35:31 1:17:42 4:39:24
138 Greg Parker M40-44 42:57:00 15:37 2:21:07 1:20:05 4:39:48
139 TRIGON 1 MTeam 28:36:00 13:51 2:16:32 1:40:56 4:39:56
140 Brett Cunnington M35-39 33:39:00 18:38 2:08:40 1:39:09 4:40:07
141 Ingrid Alexander F30-34 34:22:00 16:13 2:18:09 1:31:44 4:40:29
142 wiiunfit Mixed Team 49:50:00 11:49 2:29:48 1:09:03 4:40:32
143 Allan Pitman M60-64 37:52:00 16:33 2:18:21 1:27:49 4:40:36
144 Jason Thomas M35-39 37:16:00 15:31 2:20:42 1:27:23 4:40:54
145 Alice Manchon F20-24 28:27:00 16:21 2:34:50 1:21:16 4:40:56
146 Shane Oleary M35-39 41:57:00 15:42 2:21:39 1:21:37 4:40:56
147 Brad Garlick M30-34 32:25:00 15:35 2:24:13 1:28:43 4:40:58
148 Ross Thorley M25-29 38:50:00 16:28 2:23:26 1:22:38 4:41:24
149 Jonathan Flannery M55-59 44:00:00 15:36 2:20:00 1:22:01 4:41:38
150 David Hathway M45-49 39:32:00 15:34 2:22:20 1:24:25 4:41:53
151 Dominic White M35-39 34:49:00 15:24 2:22:24 1:29:28 4:42:06
152 Matthew Sunde M30-34 35:27:00 15:12 2:20:25 1:31:12 4:42:17
153 Dave Crook M40-44 31:29:00 17:05 2:22:40 1:31:25 4:42:41
154 Belinda Ward F40-44 43:02:00 15:36 2:21:47 1:22:21 4:42:47
155 Mark St George M35-39 33:22:00 15:10 2:20:19 1:33:56 4:42:49
156 Susan Lloyd-Webb F35-39 39:58:00 15:50 2:27:41 1:19:33 4:43:03
157 Philip Cook M45-49 31:23:00 17:30 2:22:43 1:31:27 4:43:04
158 Guy Griffiths M50-54 33:48:00 16:07 2:22:11 1:31:05 4:43:12
159 Kelly Moore F30-34 34:20:00 15:13 2:33:46 1:20:14 4:43:34
161 James Johnston M25-29 41:24:00 18:14 2:21:36 1:22:20 4:43:35
160 Simon Crook M40-44 32:25:00 17:25 2:25:43 1:28:00 4:43:35
162 Jarrod Covey M25-29 33:35:00 15:30 2:19:22 1:35:09 4:43:37
163 RTT Mixed Nuts Mixed Team 33:06:00 14:46 2:23:04 1:32:54 4:43:52
164 Highfields Hackers MTeam 24:44:00 15:45 2:20:21 1:43:02 4:43:53
165 Ross Lewis M50-54 34:55:00 17:07 2:18:01 1:33:50 4:43:54
166 Last Minutes Mixed Team 34:28:00 15:41 2:28:33 1:25:26 4:44:09
167 Nick Teofilo M35-39 38:51:00 15:29 2:30:39 1:19:15 4:44:15
168 Graeme Fulton M35-39 37:59:00 16:30 2:23:16 1:26:43 4:44:30
169 Neil Smith M50-54 44:01:00 14:58 2:23:52 1:22:15 4:45:08
170 Natasha Schofield F30-34 37:43:00 17:17 2:22:16 1:28:26 4:45:44
171 Allan Lawrence M50-54 37:57:00 17:01 2:27:53 1:23:14 4:46:06
172 Jason Littler M30-34 37:18:00 15:31 2:19:45 1:33:51 4:46:26
173 The Last Minutes Mixed Team 32:08:00 13:41 2:43:17 1:18:30 4:47:37
174 Jack Brumpton M25-29 37:58:00 17:03 2:28:23 1:25:00 4:48:27
175 Dan Rogers M40-44 38:11:00 15:39 2:14:03 1:40:42 4:48:35
176 Tim Bamford M30-34 41:08:00 15:51 2:21:55 1:29:57 4:48:52
177 Reddog’s Angels FTeam 33:04:00 14:48 2:31:42 1:29:30 4:49:05
178 Knights of the post race ale MTeam 34:35:00 14:21 2:17:54 1:42:16 4:49:07
179 Gareth Buckley M55-59 39:35:00 15:39 2:31:38 1:22:44 4:49:37
180 Mark Whiticker M45-49 35:06:00 16:40 2:31:25 1:26:49 4:50:02
181 Triple S Mixed Team 30:51:00 15:08 2:33:11 1:31:15 4:50:26
182 Cameron Hutchins M30-34 43:20:00 16:56 2:19:26 1:30:45 4:50:29
183 Dalby Divas FTeam 40:51:00 14:52 2:32:02 1:22:56 4:50:42
184 Cameron Wright M35-39 43:52:00 15:17 2:24:20 1:27:12 4:50:43
185 Matt Wilson M35-39 32:42:00 14:56 2:25:30 1:37:36 4:50:45
186 Matthew Moore M35-39 33:33:00 17:10 2:31:13 1:28:48 4:50:46
187 Adam Kenny M25-29 39:11:00 17:03 2:24:46 1:30:04 4:51:05
188 Swozis Masters Team 37:29:00 17:39 2:28:16 1:28:41 4:52:06
189 Helen Reiske F30-34 34:23:00 15:19 2:28:40 1:33:43 4:52:07
190 Warren Keenan M40-44 39:07:00 16:03 2:21:31 1:35:36 4:52:18
191 Shane Isbester M40-44 34:07:00 17:50 2:30:32 1:30:08 4:52:37
192 Daniel Teasdale M35-39 40:00:00 15:19 2:23:32 1:33:46 4:52:38
193 Julius Sakrewski M35-39 39:55:00 16:18 2:27:32 1:29:18 4:53:04
194 Jason Clarke M40-44 39:22:00 16:49 2:34:58 1:22:02 4:53:12
195 Lisa Harding F45-49 44:02:00 18:01 2:20:44 1:30:34 4:53:22
196 Team S.A.O Mixed Team 35:56:00 16:13 2:15:09 1:46:29 4:53:48
197 Ryan Bray M35-39 35:32:00 16:27 2:22:21 1:39:45 4:54:07
199 Craig Magnussen M35-39 30:30:00 15:56 2:26:18 1:41:22 4:54:07
198 Stuart Wagner M40-44 38:26:00 16:35 2:35:39 1:23:25 4:54:07
200 Putting the Power down Mixed Team 44:10:00 13:31 2:34:55 1:21:31 4:54:09
201 Zoe Nolan F30-34 37:06:00 16:55 2:32:40 1:27:34 4:54:16
202 Stumpy Rose Mixed Team 36:11:00 14:15 2:38:32 1:25:21 4:54:21
203 Damian Smith M25-29 40:36:00 16:30 2:16:34 1:40:43 4:54:24
204 Ed Connolly M30-34 38:18:00 17:08 2:37:11 1:22:12 4:54:50
205 Duncan Young M40-44 40:31:00 16:43 2:23:49 1:33:55 4:54:59
206 Western Express Mixed Team 36:58:00 16:41 2:24:32 1:36:56 4:55:08
207 Nicola Sunde F25-29 44:27:00 15:33 2:32:22 1:22:51 4:55:15
208 Leonie Killeen F40-44 42:05:00 15:38 2:36:12 1:21:30 4:55:26
209 Abigail Griffin F30-34 34:41:00 15:53 2:37:44 1:27:08 4:55:27
210 Anna Tovey F30-34 36:22:00 18:53 2:26:43 1:33:34 4:55:33
211 Warren Forbes M45-49 38:09:00 17:47 2:30:47 1:29:01 4:55:45
212 Michael Stark M40-44 45:51:00 16:07 2:22:48 1:31:09 4:55:56
213 John Delaney M45-49 49:30:00 14:42 2:33:51 1:18:03 4:56:07
214 Lisa Frost F45-49 37:07:00 16:06 2:32:45 1:30:09 4:56:09
215 Tom Chandler M25-29 40:47:00 17:15 2:28:50 1:29:25 4:56:18
216 Paul Graham M45-49 38:01:00 17:02 2:28:38 1:32:47 4:56:29
217 Brett Gilby M40-44 38:10:00 16:58 2:22:20 1:39:09 4:56:38
218 Matthew Windrum M40-44 39:44:00 17:59 2:31:21 1:27:40 4:56:46
219 The Dream Team MTeam 30:45:00 15:07 2:35:10 1:35:46 4:56:48
220 George Takis M50-54 42:42:00 16:55 2:29:13 1:28:03 4:56:53
221 Jordan Brown M20-24 38:25:00 16:15 2:25:07 1:37:10 4:57:00
222 Fundawindis MTeam 32:39:00 14:15 2:45:23 1:24:55 4:57:13
223 David Franks M25-29 43:47:00 14:45 2:39:06 1:19:56 4:57:35
224 Geoff Oliver M60-64 43:04:00 15:36 2:36:57 1:21:58 4:57:37
225 Peter Liebich M50-54 43:43:00 18:36 2:25:16 1:30:06 4:57:43
226 Andrew Cosgrave M45-49 30:57:00 18:24 2:27:01 1:41:41 4:58:03
227 Rita Sutton F40-44 40:01:00 18:24 2:27:35 1:32:04 4:58:05
228 Fitter by the day Mixed Team 37:22:00 14:26 2:44:06 1:22:23 4:58:19
229 Maracas Mixed Team 32:25:00 16:09 2:29:41 1:40:21 4:58:37
230 Hannah Staunton F25-29 37:07:00 16:34 2:41:17 1:23:57 4:58:56
231 NEWLOW Mixed Team 37:07:00 15:56 2:31:54 1:34:05 4:59:02
232 Jerrod Smith M35-39 48:33:00 16:45 2:24:39 1:29:15 4:59:13
233 Double Vision Mixed Team 39:42:00 13:45 2:20:09 1:45:59 4:59:36
234 Steel Addison M35-39 51:47:00 16:15 2:31:14 1:20:30 4:59:47
235 Paul Francis M55-59 42:07:00 16:35 2:27:14 1:34:02 4:59:59
236 Brett Wardley M30-34 38:06:00 14:48 2:17:59 1:49:06 5:00:00
237 Scott Groves M35-39 36:31:00 16:28 2:28:13 1:38:46 5:00:00
238 Texas Trio FTeam 34:47:00 15:22 2:41:22 1:28:49 5:00:20
239 Bruce Annabel M55-59 38:14:00 18:58 2:26:02 1:37:20 5:00:36
240 Iain Parke M35-39 43:19:00 16:29 2:34:12 1:27:01 5:01:03
241 Megan Watterston F25-29 37:28:00 15:56 2:43:11 1:24:36 5:01:13
242 Fishpie Masters Team 49:15:00 14:04 2:37:43 1:20:19 5:01:23
243 Flying Monkeys Masters Team 43:09:00 17:00 2:11:23 1:49:57 5:01:30
244 Troy Spann M35-39 35:11:00 19:43 2:25:09 1:41:30 5:01:35
245 Kenneth Walker M35-39 38:47:00 17:25 2:28:19 1:37:30 5:02:03
246 Paul Bond M40-44 46:33:00 15:23 2:30:52 1:29:35 5:02:24
247 Cool Change Masters Team 43:59:00 15:11 2:37:06 1:26:12 5:02:29
248 Eric Quevauvilliers M35-39 32:14:00 17:00 2:31:04 1:42:13 5:02:34
249 Crusty Demons Mixed Team 34:05:00 16:14 2:30:41 1:41:43 5:02:44
250 Barry Shimmin-Clarke M45-49 42:00:00 16:48 2:24:08 1:40:29 5:03:27
251 David Green M35-39 45:12:00 16:22 2:20:50 1:41:12 5:03:38
252 Cameron Wright M40-44 35:56:00 17:33 2:40:53 1:29:15 5:03:38
253 Paul Andrew M35-39 43:44:00 15:57 2:28:58 1:35:00 5:03:40
254 Roger Holt M50-54 41:34:00 17:13 2:24:47 1:40:05 5:03:40
256 Blair Venn M35-39 38:44:00 16:00 2:33:34 1:35:27 5:03:47
255 John Rose M40-44 42:35:00 16:20 2:34:26 1:30:25 5:03:47
257 David Hunter M45-49 40:23:00 15:54 2:36:30 1:31:07 5:03:55
258 Far Canal Mixed Team 42:31:00 15:27 2:31:32 1:34:36 5:04:07
259 Lambsie’s Mixed Team 33:42:00 17:26 2:19:28 1:54:03 5:04:40
260 Joseph Cook M25-29 39:14:00 16:03 2:36:02 1:33:20 5:04:41
261 The Blonde and the Beautiful FTeam 34:48:00 16:21 2:36:05 1:37:47 5:05:02
262 Kirsty Purves F25-29 42:38:00 18:12 2:26:42 1:37:39 5:05:13
263 Michael Winter M40-44 43:31:00 17:26 2:27:24 1:37:09 5:05:31
264 Les Karayan M35-39 53:19:00 15:49 2:23:37 1:32:53 5:05:39
265 Keith Gatehouse M45-49 43:58:00 17:56 2:24:57 1:38:50 5:05:42
266 Gordon Mackenzie M40-44 44:51:00 15:04 2:46:52 1:18:59 5:05:46
267 Terriers Mixed Team 36:16:00 15:46 2:51:16 1:22:36 5:05:55
268 John Ryan M30-34 45:52:00 17:42 2:24:03 1:38:17 5:05:56
269 More Than A Women Mixed Team 33:46:00 14:17 2:47:48 1:30:14 5:06:06
270 Julie-Ann Dillon F35-39 40:08:00 18:02 2:22:37 1:45:24 5:06:12
271 Top Notch Mixed Team 43:19:00 15:00 2:39:05 1:28:54 5:06:18
272 Kieran Toon M25-29 43:14:00 18:44 2:25:33 1:38:55 5:06:28
273 Travis Spiteri M35-39 38:49:00 17:00 2:28:17 1:42:40 5:06:47
274 Wes Hick M35-39 41:21:00 17:02 2:29:16 1:39:09 5:06:51
275 Cailtin Maree Turner F20-24 36:26:00 18:27 2:33:13 1:38:51 5:06:58
276 Peter Lane M45-49 49:26:00 14:50 2:30:44 1:32:17 5:07:17
277 Brad Benson M40-44 39:50:00 19:00 2:31:12 1:37:32 5:07:36
278 Mark Mcfadzen M35-39 47:36:00 14:06 2:31:04 1:34:50 5:07:38
279 Mark Jarvis M40-44 45:04:00 17:42 2:28:38 1:36:23 5:07:49
280 hells belles FTeam 37:32:00 14:36 2:57:21 1:18:49 5:08:20
281 Christopher Slocombe M30-34 48:23:00 17:28 2:37:35 1:25:16 5:08:44
282 Hell of the what! Masters Team 29:46:00 17:22 2:35:36 1:46:04 5:08:50
284 Kade Eames M30-34 44:06:00 16:06 2:22:31 1:46:38 5:09:23
283 The Outdoor Fitness Trianer Mixed Team 39:48:00 13:43 2:48:01 1:27:49 5:09:23
285 Dust Busters Mixed Team 43:50:00 15:18 2:41:55 1:28:19 5:09:24
286 Tim Gall M40-44 37:03:00 19:09 2:19:57 1:53:17 5:09:28
287 Chris Broadhurst M35-39 38:32:00 17:26 2:26:13 1:47:18 5:09:31
288 Diana Westall F25-29 35:48:00 17:37 2:43:48 1:32:27 5:09:41
289 Kirsten Moore F35-39 35:51:00 16:44 2:43:18 1:34:08 5:10:03
290 Janet Mcafee F50-54 42:21:00 17:56 2:32:01 1:37:47 5:10:06
291 Cheryl Ogden F55-59 43:47:00 17:46 2:31:22 1:37:10 5:10:07
292 Alison Coote F40-44 38:28:00 17:15 2:41:48 1:32:45 5:10:17
293 CitiScan Mixed Team 47:12:00 16:22 2:32:57 1:34:23 5:10:55
294 NeverRest MTeam 40:59:00 14:47 2:56:19 1:19:07 5:11:13
295 Young and the Restless Mixed Team 44:38:00 15:06 2:46:43 1:25:14 5:11:42
296 Michael Riggall M45-49 41:36:00 17:13 2:43:23 1:29:37 5:11:50
297 Dynamic Duo FTeam 48:20:00 18:06 3:00:02 1:05:32 5:12:01
298 Scott Peters M50-54 38:50:00 17:23 2:28:42 1:47:36 5:12:33
299 Kristen Walker F25-29 34:21:00 18:47 2:42:28 1:37:10 5:12:47
300 Phillippa Smith F30-34 42:31:00 18:38 2:37:35 1:34:04 5:12:50
301 Brigalow Livewires Masters Team 36:04:00 15:43 2:48:04 1:33:03 5:12:55
302 The Grey, the Bald and the Ugly Mixed Team 51:00:00 15:41 2:27:39 1:38:39 5:13:01
303 SJ FTeam 38:45:00 13:52 3:01:36 1:18:54 5:13:09
304 TEAM HCS Mixed Team 35:20:00 14:11 2:54:16 1:30:09 5:13:58
305 Awesome Masters Team 43:20:00 15:39 2:43:33 1:31:40 5:14:13
306 Brett Sellars M35-39 34:48:00 17:32 2:31:22 1:50:37 5:14:21
307 Rachael Hamblin F30-34 41:56:00 18:19 2:35:17 1:39:01 5:14:35
308 Doug Black M25-29 40:44:00 16:28 2:31:52 1:45:37 5:14:41
309 Matt Diener M40-44 38:22:00 18:39 2:40:28 1:37:13 5:14:43
310 Craig Gibson M45-49 49:45:00 16:57 2:34:40 1:33:32 5:14:55
311 Where is the Beer Mixed Team 40:52:00 15:42 2:47:55 1:30:33 5:15:04
312 Rob Green M40-44 45:39:00 16:13 2:26:05 1:47:18 5:15:17
313 Daniel Carrigan M30-34 33:34:00 18:29 2:32:16 1:51:13 5:15:34
314 Team Pisces FTeam 34:29:00 14:55 2:54:29 1:32:32 5:16:26
315 FoxyDawso MTeam 41:43:00 16:52 2:36:20 1:41:47 5:16:44
316 Team McColl MTeam 38:11:00 15:46 2:27:25 1:55:21 5:16:44
317 Craig Firth M35-39 41:07:00 18:00 2:49:12 1:28:25 5:16:46
318 Mary Austin F35-39 46:07:00 17:17 2:39:35 1:34:06 5:17:07
319 Chris Kaczorowski M40-44 47:03:00 18:05 2:28:26 1:44:30 5:18:05
320 David Cutcheon M40-44 45:45:00 19:44 2:36:32 1:36:07 5:18:09
321 Tri Ing FTeam 44:39:00 18:58 2:37:28 1:37:43 5:18:48
322 Robin Jenkins M30-34 34:15:00 16:53 2:30:51 1:56:50 5:18:50
323 Sam Cooke M40-44 54:42:00 17:31 2:47:00 1:19:43 5:18:58
324 We are Family Mixed Team 42:19:00 15:39 2:52:47 1:28:54 5:19:40
325 Adrian Stackman M35-39 40:18:00 19:05 2:34:21 1:46:10 5:19:55
326 Keith Slater M35-39 50:46:00 18:07 2:36:26 1:35:23 5:20:44
327 In The Deep End Mixed Team 47:30:00 15:55 2:38:27 1:39:08 5:21:01
328 Jennifer Ferguson F45-49 41:50:00 18:02 2:38:42 1:42:32 5:21:07
329 Tony Clark M40-44 41:03:00 18:27 2:44:35 1:37:16 5:21:23
330 Wigglams Mixed Team 43:07:00 13:45 2:54:23 1:30:07 5:21:24
331 Neil Makepeace M40-44 35:51:00 17:43 2:50:42 1:37:22 5:21:40
333 Marcus Gunew M40-44 46:20:00 17:33 2:38:44 1:39:02 5:21:40
332 Andrew Strickland M50-54 56:52:00 14:54 2:40:45 1:29:08 5:21:40
334 Mark Revell M50-54 45:03:00 17:30 2:34:55 1:44:25 5:21:55
335 Wilko’s Lot Mixed Team 48:59:00 18:48 2:23:07 1:51:39 5:22:34
336 Chris Gray M40-44 36:05:00 19:57 2:38:07 1:48:27 5:22:37
337 Arubial Mixed Team 41:00:00 17:00 2:49:20 1:35:16 5:22:37
338 Sandy Pitman F50-54 40:14:00 18:29 2:40:09 1:43:46 5:22:39
339 Rob Bennett M35-39 42:16:00 18:01 2:31:41 1:50:46 5:22:46
340 Ferdy’s Mixed Team 37:43:00 14:35 2:52:55 1:37:35 5:22:49
341 Raymond Barker M20-24 40:47:00 15:09 3:01:12 1:25:41 5:22:51
342 The Girls FTeam 43:23:00 18:40 2:34:07 1:46:41 5:22:52
343 Deardio’s Angles FTeam 35:31:00 18:35 2:37:00 1:51:46 5:22:54
344 gunna MTeam 48:07:00 14:45 2:47:26 1:32:42 5:23:02
345 Michael Bond M35-39 44:49:00 19:56 2:23:22 1:54:56 5:23:05
346 Melissa Carmody F40-44 43:14:00 19:34 2:49:36 1:30:51 5:23:17
347 A New Start Masters Team 37:39:00 16:35 2:59:12 1:29:52 5:23:19
348 Greased Lightning FTeam 39:50:00 16:06 2:54:11 1:33:30 5:23:38
349 Chantal Brockman F30-34 42:56:00 16:35 2:50:56 1:33:12 5:23:40
350 Mark Jocumsen M35-39 44:46:00 18:06 2:48:53 1:32:13 5:24:00
351 Jason Nooning M30-34 37:46:00 19:05 2:29:33 1:58:10 5:24:35
352 Hell yeah 2012 Mixed Team 41:37:00 17:21 2:37:36 1:48:21 5:24:57
353 Windle Flouch MTeam 36:22:00 17:06 2:32:07 2:00:02 5:25:39
354 The Jimbah Juggernauts Mixed Team 37:23:00 17:42 2:38:18 1:52:16 5:25:41
355 GAP MTeam 32:12:00 21:37 2:38:23 1:53:29 5:25:42
356 Toowoomba Tri-Hards Mixed Team 33:36:00 14:25 3:03:53 1:34:11 5:26:06
357 Tenterfiled Triers Masters Team 40:08:00 17:22 2:50:06 1:38:39 5:26:16
358 Hells Angels FTeam 38:13:00 16:15 2:47:39 1:44:19 5:26:28
359 Jen and her toy boys Masters Team 52:54:00 16:02 2:43:58 1:33:41 5:26:37
360 Thomas Roger M30-34 48:44:00 20:18 2:35:36 1:43:30 5:28:09
361 John Haughton M45-49 41:59:00 21:36 2:28:31 1:56:32 5:28:40
362 Kerry Ireland F45-49 41:19:00 19:30 2:41:38 1:47:48 5:30:17
363 Bomber Hutchinson M60-64 54:11:00 15:58 2:50:53 1:29:55 5:30:58
364 Duncan Price M35-39 34:26:00 16:15 2:48:00 1:52:22 5:31:03
365 Pete’s Birthday Party Mixed Team 42:53:00 18:01 2:47:23 1:43:09 5:31:28
366 Mills & Wills Mixed Team 47:12:00 16:54 2:55:02 1:33:00 5:32:09
367 Krista Page F40-44 42:09:00 18:07 2:42:54 1:48:58 5:32:10
368 Kill Me Now Mixed Team 40:06:00 13:22 2:47:28 1:51:55 5:32:53
369 Peter Thorpe M40-44 37:31:00 18:53 2:39:04 1:57:31 5:33:01
371 Rebekah Reich F20-24 42:45:00 15:59 2:52:31 1:41:54 5:33:10
370 Jon Rigley M35-39 39:03:00 19:28 2:45:30 1:49:09 5:33:10
372 Michael Lawes M30-34 42:22:00 19:31 2:39:04 1:52:24 5:33:21
373 Gary Watherston M40-44 40:15:00 19:12 2:42:32 1:51:30 5:33:30
374 Adam Oliphant M35-39 45:18:00 18:02 2:35:33 1:54:48 5:33:43
375 Keith Mckay M60-64 1:04:17 17:51 2:45:18 1:26:19 5:33:46
376 Mary Jackson F40-44 43:04:00 19:49 2:50:15 1:40:41 5:33:51
377 Paul Blackwood M45-49 35:59:00 18:25 2:38:08 2:01:28 5:34:02
378 Unprepared and Wingin’ it (U.A.W.I) FTeam 34:03:00 16:11 2:55:57 1:48:06 5:34:19
379 Andrew Venables M40-44 39:41:00 19:10 2:32:48 2:02:43 5:34:23
380 Andrew Knox M35-39 41:05:00 20:16 2:37:25 1:56:34 5:35:22
381 Leah Cheal F30-34 42:28:00 16:26 3:15:24 1:21:43 5:36:02
382 Stephanie Reid F30-34 44:18:00 21:32 2:54:11 1:36:31 5:36:33
383 TMS TRI TEAM Mixed Team 46:02:00 18:28 2:39:49 1:52:27 5:36:48
384 Darin Branks M35-39 40:18:00 21:23 2:38:12 1:57:48 5:37:43
385 pokealomgs Mixed Team 43:29:00 18:24 2:46:49 1:49:20 5:38:03
386 Raymon Woolford M40-44 1:13:37 17:33 2:22:31 1:44:43 5:38:25
387 Wayne White M45-49 29:58:00 30:50:00 2:52:07 1:45:40 5:38:36
388 Tony Evans M40-44 50:51:00 19:31 2:48:52 1:39:36 5:38:52
389 Lyn Fulton F60-64 48:44:00 19:20 2:50:57 1:39:57 5:38:58
390 School Dux Mixed Team 44:42:00 16:49 2:46:10 1:51:51 5:39:35
391 Sue Adams F40-44 47:49:00 17:52 2:50:34 1:43:49 5:40:05
392 Stuart Mcgill M45-49 48:26:00 17:59 2:49:15 1:44:31 5:40:12
393 Tyron Mandrusiak M35-39 36:52:00 19:18 2:44:57 1:59:07 5:40:16
394 UCC Hotshots Mixed Team 45:12:00 15:16 2:52:09 1:48:47 5:41:26
395 Craig Denmeade M35-39 38:46:00 21:29 2:49:23 1:51:51 5:41:30
396 Rosemary Dotlic F30-34 46:50:00 17:34 3:07:52 1:29:24 5:41:41
397 Saman MTeam 41:06:00 19:45 2:43:01 1:58:29 5:42:23
398 BAA Mixed Team 38:41:00 19:10 2:46:39 1:58:31 5:43:03
399 The lone rangers MTeam 33:01:00 16:53 3:01:40 1:52:54 5:44:30
400 Team Bridgeford Mixed Team 40:31:00 13:24 2:47:53 2:02:41 5:44:31
401 Nicole Maloney F30-34 36:46:00 19:38 2:51:44 1:56:57 5:45:06
402 Andrew Mainwaring M35-39 57:14:00 15:43 2:36:05 1:57:11 5:46:14
403 Malcolm Macnicol M45-49 44:25:00 21:32 2:39:35 2:00:52 5:46:25
404 Christopher Cook M25-29 40:54:00 19:53 2:52:02 1:54:04 5:46:55
405 Adam Quade M25-29 2:52:17 1:53:49 5:47:04
406 Destn Unknown Mixed Team 44:22:00 14:07 3:14:14 1:34:40 5:47:24
407 Gary Nutting M40-44 46:56:00 19:50 2:40:19 2:00:39 5:47:45
408 breast, buttocks n between the thighs Mixed Team 41:47:00 14:30 3:13:31 1:38:39 5:48:28
409 Brent Parker M35-39 44:03:00 19:41 2:37:54 2:06:57 5:48:36
410 Bruce Woods M35-39 39:32:00 20:06 2:52:14 1:58:02 5:49:55
411 Aaron Blanch M35-39 35:21:00 20:28 2:43:40 2:10:42 5:50:13
412 Annette & Anne-Marie Masters Team 40:59:00 24:32:00 2:44:34 2:00:20 5:50:25
413 Marty Wallin M35-39 49:00:00 18:00 2:49:39 1:53:47 5:50:26
414 Clinton Unnasch M35-39 44:24:00 18:32 2:37:58 2:09:36 5:50:31
415 Matt Walters M35-39 50:54:00 18:49 2:42:25 1:58:47 5:50:56
416 Team Macca Mixed Team 40:55:00 16:52 2:58:40 1:55:28 5:51:56
417 Kim Fraser F50-54 52:19:00 19:25 2:49:27 1:50:56 5:52:08
418 Toby Plummer M35-39 44:38:00 19:38 2:39:52 2:08:39 5:52:49
419 Michael Harvey M30-34 44:30:00 18:58 2:44:55 2:04:32 5:52:56
420 Marita Carrigan F30-34 46:38:00 19:40 2:56:23 1:50:26 5:53:09
421 Glen Thompson M40-44 35:01:00 18:32 2:37:07 2:22:53 5:53:34
422 Corey Borthwick M25-29 42:42:00 21:04 2:34:16 2:16:08 5:54:12
423 Andrew Davies M25-29 43:54:00 19:51 2:55:27 1:55:05 5:54:19
424 Nathan Mcintosh M35-39 41:37:00 21:02 2:41:05 2:10:42 5:54:27
425 Anthony Camilleri M40-44 49:34:00 19:31 2:55:58 1:49:47 5:54:52
426 Christopher Smith M35-39 46:53:00 17:53 2:47:53 2:02:43 5:55:23
427 Tony Sauermann M55-59 46:53:00 19:16 3:00:01 1:49:18 5:55:29
428 Maree Evernden F40-44 38:12:00 19:52 3:07:11 1:51:31 5:56:47
429 Team Sav Blanc Mixed Team 44:27:00 21:18 2:50:12 2:00:59 5:56:57
430 Peter Fry M50-54 37:51:00 16:51 3:09:40 1:52:59 5:57:22
431 Sascha Saharov MOpen 28:08:00 19:47 2:56:26 2:13:00 5:57:23
432 Matthew Evans M35-39 46:23:00 21:00 2:46:43 2:04:05 5:58:12
433 David Cawte M45-49 42:28:00 21:22 2:32:25 2:22:27 5:58:44
434 Peter Malar M55-59 44:47:00 20:27 2:59:02 1:56:08 6:00:24
435 Jake Mcmahon M25-29 41:24:00 19:12 2:56:26 2:05:06 6:02:09
436 Cherry Bomb Mixed Team 36:09:00 17:47 3:02:48 2:06:55 6:03:41
437 104 Degrees Masters Team 1:03:43 21:34 2:42:41 1:56:52 6:04:51
438 Darren Carey M35-39 36:41:00 21:42 2:34:15 2:33:36 6:06:15
439 Kiwi Lunn Mixed Team 44:54:00 19:49 2:57:10 2:04:50 6:06:45
440 Patrick Nicholson M55-59 57:15:00 21:48 2:46:17 2:01:51 6:07:12
441 Karen Keeling F45-49 46:52:00 21:20 2:51:45 2:07:43 6:07:40
442 Andrew Harris M50-54 50:06:00 20:56 3:07:20 1:50:38 6:09:01
443 Darren Apps M40-44 44:41:00 19:28 2:51:24 2:14:56 6:10:31
444 Bob Sinclair M50-54 40:31:00 22:50 2:52:38 2:15:52 6:11:53
445 Chris Walsh M35-39 43:22:00 20:44 2:58:16 2:09:37 6:12:00
446 Peter Stebbins M35-39 42:31:00 22:23 3:06:53 2:00:22 6:12:09
447 Gary Pearce M40-44 42:10:00 28:44:00 2:27:46 2:33:47 6:12:28
448 Andrew Jones M45-49 50:01:00 17:58 3:04:38 2:00:14 6:12:53
449 Greg Burley M50-54 38:38:00 24:10:00 2:40:04 2:31:14 6:14:06
450 John Francis M50-54 43:54:00 20:42 2:52:16 2:17:58 6:14:51
451 Edward Parks M25-29 45:43:00 18:10 2:55:09 2:16:23 6:15:26
452 Warren Newton M40-44 40:44:00 20:10 2:50:07 2:25:12 6:16:14
453 Ed O’Connor M55-59 54:41:00 21:52 3:01:39 1:59:34 6:17:46
454 Jasmine Rei F30-34 42:55:00 16:40 3:18:25 1:59:51 6:17:52
455 David Fensham-Elms M30-34 35:46:00 22:28 2:31:32 2:48:22 6:18:10
456 Ben De Young M30-34 48:55:00 22:29 3:04:00 2:03:45 6:19:11
457 Malcolm Whitton M40-44 42:36:00 20:10 2:56:27 2:20:24 6:19:38
458 Shaun Collins M25-29 57:22:00 22:10 2:49:26 2:13:31 6:22:31
459 MBR Team Mixed Team 45:22:00 19:04 3:07:56 2:12:06 6:24:30
460 Janet Gorst F55-59 42:44:00 23:18 2:57:26 2:23:06 6:26:34
461 Natasha Kruger F35-39 48:33:00 24:34:00 3:16:21 2:00:45 6:30:15
462 Fabian Gonzalez M40-44 52:48:00 22:32 2:57:20 2:17:48 6:30:30
463 Leah Harrison F30-34 39:00:00 18:46 3:07:52 2:25:07 6:30:47
464 Lynn Davies F55-59 58:02:00 22:56 3:01:59 2:08:18 6:31:16
465 Rob Davies M50-54 44:09:00 23:37 3:14:12 2:12:31 6:34:30
466 Karen Spence F40-44 39:08:00 21:49 3:17:44 2:18:12 6:36:55
467 Try Hard Three Mixed Team 54:07:00 18:31 3:37:26 1:52:54 6:43:00
468 Martin Behan M50-54 1:16:35 20:46 2:56:29 2:14:57 6:48:50
469 Mel Muggeridge F50-54 57:06:00 25:54:00 3:17:02 2:11:21 6:51:25
470 Paula Hann F40-44 53:40:00 18:56 3:47:57 1:57:05 6:57:40
471 Joely Dowsett F20-24 34:13:00 25:53:00 3:55:39 2:30:58 7:26:45
472 Steel Beveridge M60-64 1:12:07 29:49:00 3:38:13 2:27:49 7:48:00

 

 

 

 

 

 

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.

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Celebrating its 35th birthday the Noosa Triathlon will be in party mode, but the very courageous Gold Coast based professional Jake Montgomery will be the one with the biggest smile, as he finally celebrates his long-awaited debut in Australia’s greatest triathlon.

“I planned on doing Noosa for the past four years, but unfortunately I have never made it to the start line,” Jake said with a casual comment that masks several horror years of extreme courage, immense pain, hardship and the rebuilding of both body and mind.

A handy runner and swimmer at school it was his first swim coach, Mick Maroney that convinced him to have a crack at triathlon. With year 12 behind him, young Jake headed over to Vitoria-Gasteiz in Spain with Jamie Turner’s squad to learn about the draft legal world of ITU Continental Cup, before eventually finding long course racing. With the help of Aussie IRONMAN legend Craig Alexander, in 2015 Jake threw himself in the deep end and headed to Boulder to continue his triathlon education on the US circuit.

“I spent three months in the US. I did a lot of training with Crowie, and he taught me the ins and outs of 70.3. He knows every aspect of it, and I was surprised how much he taught me and all the tips and tricks he gave me.”

A fifth at IRONMAN 70.3 Port Macquarie, second in 70.3 Mandurah and Western Sydney proved that the hard work was paying off, but it was IRONMAN 70.3 in Geelong where Jake finally got the result he was looking really.

“I was getting closer, and I was pretty determined to break through, and that is when I raced Geelong in February 2016 and had my first win at the National Championship. With the win at Geelong being at the National titles a lot of the sponsors came onboard, and it got pretty full on.”

Only Slowing Jake Down

Two weeks later Jake’s world was flipped upside down when he was hit by a garbage truck only 500m from home while riding back from the pool. His bike and right foot went underneath the rear wheels, and he ruptured two ligaments in his right ankle. With the pain, Jake thought he had broken his shin and that it was snapped in half and remembers picking up his leg to see if it was still straight.

Four weeks in a hospital, two weeks in a boot and Jake was given the okay to start back again…slowly. Following the doctor’s orders to the letter by May 2016, he was again headed Stateside and trying to make up lost ground in his quest to race the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championships on the Sunshine Coast. Returning to Australia Jake was in the form of his life, but in a cruel twist of fate, only 16 hours before the event his world was again thrown into chaos.

“I was doing the final spin to see that the bike was ready to race in the morning. I remember every minute of the morning, lunch and getting the bike ready and then rolling out over Alexandra Headland and that is about it. I remember the first minutes of the ride, and then I got hit by the car and things flipped upside down. I have a month missing after that. It wasn’t until weeks later that I looked at my Garmin to see that the incident happened about 20 minutes into the ride. When I went from 40kmh to zero km/h.”

“I don’t have any recollection of hospital time, and when I got back home, I was just sitting in the lounge. It was all I was doing through the day. I had a fractured sternum and shoulder and several muscle tears through the neck and shoulders, and there was also brain bleeding and swelling in three different spots. The fractures are a six-week heal, but the Neurologist said he didn’t think I would be running again. He said we would give it four months, and you can try if you are desperate, but he wasn’t recommending that I try again. That wasn’t exactly what I wanted to hear, and I couldn’t see myself doing anything else at that stage of my life, so I was going to try my hardest to get back to running or at least give it a go.”

“I was seeing speech therapists and occupational therapists and all the doctors. In the first session with the speech therapist, she came in, and she was quite shocked. She said, ‘Oh, you can talk.’ My speech wasn’t great, and my sentences were really jumbled and stop-start for the first couple of months. She said from what I have read happened to your brain, on paper, you shouldn’t be able to talk. So that was pretty scary to hear that I got that lucky.”

“I went through some pretty dark spots early on, where going to the kitchen was the most I could do all day. Going from 25 hours of training a week to zero was a bit of a shock and knowing that running might never happen again, I was pretty depressed at that stage and had pretty bad thoughts. I was lucky that I had my parents by my side the whole time, looking after me and helping me through it all. Without them, things would have been a lot different.”

For eight weeks Jake did nothing but then he embarked on another program to rebuild his body and confidence in the hope that he would one day get back to competing in the sport that he loved. Initially, it was the hydro pool to rebuild his strength, then a five-minute walk became a two and a half hour walk and eventually he was on a stationary trainer building up week by week. Four months after the incident his training miraculously started in earnest when he was able to run, ride and swim properly again.

Back racing in Geelong

IRONMAN 70.3 Geelong in February 2017 was his comeback race, and a fifth place in a strong field was the boost he needed. Similar results at IRONMAN 70.3 Boulder and Santa Cruz have helped rebuild his confidence and reboot his career and now Jake is determined to use the Noosa Triathlon as final hit out before IRONMAN 70.3 Western Sydney Asia Pacific Championships in November.

“After Santa Cruz, I made it to Vegas for a sponsorship commitment for Cervelo then took two weeks recovery and let the body reset. As soon as I got home, I got back into training and now have my eyes set on Noosa. I am looking forward to the draft free bike. Racing for half the time as a 70.3 I will be able to push 100 percent and see how long the body can last for. It will be a bit of fun.”

“Noosa is probably the most stacked race in Australia and the organisers put up a good prizemoney, so it encourages all the professionals in Australia to toe the line and have a crack. It is only a two and half hour drive for me so that is just nice and no plane flight required which is a bonus. Noosa will be a nice hit out and the perfect opportunity to use a bit of speed and see how the body comes down from the altitude.”

“I have spoken to plenty of people who have done it before and they love the race and the whole atmosphere of the weekend. I have heard that it is crazy busy but pretty good at the same time. So, I am looking forward to getting up there and getting amongst it,” he said with anticipation.

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Noosa Triathlon: The Big Guns Will Be In Town To Celebrate

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The 35th Noosa Triathlon Multi Sport Festival is shaping up to be the biggest yet, with the who’s who of Australian sport and some of the nation’s most recognisable faces heading to the Sunshine Coast to join in the birthday celebrations.

The five-day festival (1-5 November) features an ocean swim, a fun run, the Charity Golf Day and elite cycling and running events and culminates on Sunday 5 November with the Noosa Triathlon hosting more than 8,500 competitors, making it the world’s largest standard distance triathlon.

Headlining the Noosa Triathlon are key athletes from Australia’s Commonwealth Games triathlon team for 2018, Ashleigh Gentle and Jake Birtwhistle, defending champion Dan Wilson, plus Commonwealth Games hopefuls Aaron Royle, Ryan Bailie, Gillian Backhouse and Luke Willian.

The long-distance world is also well represented with Sarah Crowley fresh from her podium at the IRONMAN World Championships, IRONMAN Asia-Pacific Champion Josh Amberger, Jake Montgomery making his long-awaited Noosa debut, Liz Blatchford in her first race back as a new mum and two time World Duathlon Champion Felicity Sheedy-Ryan mixing it up with a swim.

Defending champ Ashleigh Gentle is shooting for Noosa title #5, and Dan Wilson is hoping to go back to back this year, but they are fully aware of the strength of the field assembled for the 35th anniversary year.

Four-time champ, Ashleigh Gentle has developed a real affinity with the Noosa over many years, and she can’t wait to get back this year.

“I’ve raced six times, and been up a couple more on top of that to watch and be part of the festival. I love the atmosphere. I love Queensland, and it is very special to come back to the race each year after spending so much time abroad. I love seeing familiar faces and being surrounded by so many other people who love triathlon. Noosa has always been really important to me. It’s the one I look forward to the most. I obviously want to do well, but there is a lot less pressure than the intensity of World Series races.”

“I would love to defend my title. I’m sure as always it will be a competitive field, but I’m looking forward to getting out there and going hard. Noosa Triathlon has been a big part of my career, and I am thrilled I can be a part of this milestone, although it only feels like yesterday we were celebrating the 30th year of Noosa,” she recalled.

Dan Wilson is a Noosa veteran, and he is hoping he can revisit the form that saw him dominate in 2016 and go out on a high note.

“I think this is around my 10th Noosa. I first came here in 2003 as a little junior. I’ve missed a few through injuries along the way, but always come back when I’m able. It is a bastion of Australia triathlon, and it is a ripping location, it is one of the ‘funnest’ races on tour. What more could you need?”

“I would obviously love to repeat last year’s result, but it also looks like it will probably be the best field we’ve ever seen at Noosa, so it’s going to be a tough ask. Noosa is always a special race, it is usually at or near the end of the season, so everyone is looking to finish the season strong at a fun race.”

“This year, Noosa will be even more special, I’m hanging up the suit at the end of this year, so it’ll be the last chance to go round at Noosa, and one of my last races ever, so I’m looking forward to really savouring the weekend,” Wilson said.

Aussie Olympian and two time Noosa champ Aaron Royle is pumped up and glad to back in Noosa looking attempting to keep his perfect Noosa record intact.

“I’ve raced Noosa twice and had two good wins there, which has been fantastic for myself in my career. I guess because of that, and the expectation to go there and win is greater with each year. I want to win again to make it three from three races, but that is always easier said than done. I’m sure there will be a handful of others saying that they also want to win.”

“I knew of the Noosa triathlon before I knew what triathlon really was, and certainly before I followed the sport. I think it was Channel 7 showing it back in the day and I remember thinking this looks pretty cool (before I even contemplated doing one myself).”

“For me, Noosa always signifies the end of my racing season, but with a race of this significances, I’ve never struggled to find motivation for this race. It’s the biggest domestic race on the calendar with so many legendary winners that have gone before, so it is easy to see why so many top-level athletes turn up each year,” Aaron said.

IRONMAN 70.3 specialist Jake Montgomery might be a Noosa debutante this year, but he is well aware of Noosa’s legendary status.

“I’ve been meaning to race Noosa for a few year’s now but have never been able to toe the line. I went there once a few years back for surfing but have never experienced the triathlon weekend.”

“Noosa is definitely the pinnacle race in Australia and one that everyone loves to put on their calendar. Not necessarily just the race but the whole weekend of event and atmosphere make it a must for many. Having not raced anything shorter than a 70.3 for the past three years it will be interesting to see how my body handles the faster racing and pushing myself over the shorter distance. I am mostly looking forward to the swim, any race with a beach start and ocean swim is a must for me.”

“Nearing the end of a hard year it will be a good hit out to finish off. While it’s still a competitive race, it will also be a lot of fun catching up with friends, sponsors and watching the other events before the triathlon. Being one of Australia’s oldest triathlons, it is now also the biggest in the country with sold out entries and days of multisport events. It attracts some of the best athletes in the world and organisers of the event have the weekend dialled in,” Jake said.

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Ironman World Championship: Europeans Dominate and Records Fall

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Daniela Ryf of Switzerland celebrates after winning the IRONMAN World Championship on October 14, 2017 in Kailua Kona, Hawaii. (Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images for IRONMAN)

European dominance of the IRONMAN World Championship in Kailua-Kona has continued but not as the pre-race script had been written.

While Switzerland’s “Angry Bird” Daniela Ryf made it three Kona victories, it was not defending champion Jan Frodeno’s day, with the men’s championship title transferring to fellow countryman Patrick Lange.

Coming from a nine-minute deficit off the bike, Lange revelled in near perfect conditions to write himself into the IRONMAN history books to destroy the course record set in 2011 by Australian Craig Alexander, with a 2:39:59 marathon that helped deliver a total race time of 8:01:40.

In a record-breaking day, Aussie Cameron Wurf won the battle of the bikers taking control of the race at the 110km mark and leading into the bike/run transition to set a new bike course record of 4:12:54, more than five minutes faster than Normann Stadler’s 2006 record.

Wurf surrendered his lead early on in the run, as Lionel Sanders (CAN and Sebastian Kienle (GER) made their presence felt, but very quickly all eyes turned to a charging Patrick Lange who had moved into third at 21km of the marathon intent on reducing the six-minute deficit to the leading Sanders.

Lange was on a mission and keen to improve on his third place last year and with 5km to go on the run he flew past Sanders, heading for town and the adoring crowd lining the run course and the finish line on Ali’i Drive.

“It’s everything I ever dreamed of. Oh, my god, I cannot believe it,” Lange said. “I always, always, always since I was a child dreamed of having this crown. From time to time you think someone is hitting with a baseball beneath your knees and you just want to drop out. I had to fight, I had to fight so hard,” Lange said at the finish line.

A fading Sanders managed to hold off the hard-charging David McNamee (GBR) for second with Kienle and James Cunnama (ZAF) crossing the finish to take fourth and fifth.

Swiss miss Daniela Ryf joined an exclusive club at the IRONMAN World Championships, recording her third win in Kona with a very skilful and strategic victory that while remarkably effective, lacked her usual flair and total dominance.

Ryf didn’t have it all her way, with Lucy Charles dominating the swim and majority of the bike before Ryf decided that enough was enough. Ryf wrestled the lead off the Brit and charged home with the fastest run of the day, putting a nine-minute gap to her chasers by the end of the 42.2km run.

“It was the hardest I had to ever fight for the win. I’m so happy to turn it around today,” a more emotional than usual Ryf said at the finish line.

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Ironman World Championship: Patrick Lange Smashes Course Record and Daniela Ryf Earns Third Straight Win

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Daniela Ryf of Switzerland celebrates after winning the IRONMAN World Championship. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images for IRONMAN)

Patrick Lange (DEU) and Daniela Ryf (CHE) earned championship titles with momentous performances today at the 2017 IRONMAN World Championship in Kailua-Kona, Hawai`i. Lange passed Lionel Sanders (CAN) in the final three miles, clocking in at 8:01:40 and establishing a new course record (formerly 8:03:56 by Craig Alexander, 2011). Ryf earned her third consecutive crown with a time of 8:50:47, joining an exclusive “three-peat” winners’ circle alongside the newest IRONMAN Hall of Fame inductee Chrissie Wellington and Natascha Badmann, Dave Scott, Paula Newby-Fraser and Mark Allen. Over 2,350 athletes from 66 countries, regions and territories on six continents started the IRONMAN World Championship race on the Island of Hawai`i in the toughest one-day endurance event in the world.

Patrick Lange of Germany putting the hurt on as he runs to victory and a new course record during the IRONMAN World Championship. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images for IRONMAN)

Lange, who raced in only his fourth IRONMAN to-date, had an incredible ascension after having been 17th out of the swim in today’s race. Shortly after the swim, a pack of strong cyclists including Sanders, Sebastian Kienle (GER) and Cameron Wurf (AUS) broke away from the group. Wurf would sail into T2, shattering the 2006 bike course record held by Normann Stadler (4:18:23) with a 4:12:54 split. Sanders and Kienle also smashed the record with 4:14:19 and 4:14:57 split times, respectively. On the run, Sanders took a quick lead as Kienle fell into second. Meanwhile, Lange moved from 11th place to a steady third-place position by the half-marathon marker. Lange then made a decisive pass at mile 23 on the run, as he moved ahead of Sanders to take a hold of the lead, finishing strong in first place. With a 2:39:59 run split, he was only 14 seconds away from breaking the run course record he set last year (2:39:45).

Sanders hung on for second place, ultimately concluding his race with a time of 8:04:07. David McNamee (GBR), Kienle and James Cunnama (ZAF) rounded out the top five.

McNamee had the second fastest run split of the race with 2:45:30, helping him clinch a third-place podium finish by more than two minutes ahead of Kienle.

Defending champion and Olympic Gold Medalist Jan Frodeno dug deep after back spasms slowed him first to a complete stop and then run/walk pace, mustering enough strength to finish the race.

Lucy Charles (GBR) led the professional women out of the water with a 48:48 split, missing the course record by only five seconds. After a speedy transition, Charles took the lead on the bike and had an approximately a five-and-a-half-minute lead over defending champ Daniela Ryf (CHE), Sarah Crowley (AUS) and Annabel Luxford (AUS). This pace remained consistent down the Queen Ka`ahumanu Highway until Ryf attacked, making up over five minutes over the final 25 miles of the bike, which positioned her at the front of the pack. Ryf then greatly extended her lead on the run, with Charles, Crowley and Heather Jackson (USA), fighting for the remaining podium positions.

Lucy Charles of Great Britain cools down during the IRONMAN World Championship on October 14, 2017 in Kailua Kona, Hawaii. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images for IRONMAN)

Ryf took first at 8:50:47, almost exactly four minutes off of her own 2016 course record time of 8:46:46. Calling on her epic running abilities, the Swiss star claimed her third successive IRONMAN World Championship victory.

Charles, a Kona rookie, maintained her second-place position throughout most of the run and ultimately to the finish. Crowley rounded out the top three in her second-ever appearance at the IRONMAN World Championship, finishing her race exactly two minutes behind Charles. Jackson and Kaisa Sali (FIN) rounded out the top five women.

 

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Ironman World Championship: The Best Run Images from Kona 2017

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It’s never an easy day out when racing any Ironman race let alone the World Championship. Then add in some hot and humid weather and you really have a very tough set of conditions.

Here are some of the amazing images that were captured during today’s race.

Lucy Charles trying to remain as cool as possible during the run leg. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images for IRONMAN)

Lionel Sanders of Canada runs through an aid station and takes on extra fluids and also trying to cool himself. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images for IRONMAN)

Patrick Lange of Germany celebrates before crossing the finish line to win the IRONMAN World Championship and setting a course record of 8:01.39 beating Craig Alexander’s 2011 record of 8:03.56. (Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images for IRONMAN)

Age group athletes out on the run course. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images for IRONMAN)

John Joseph McGowan of the United States showing us his guns and ink work. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images for IRONMAN)

Unfortunately Jan Frodeno of Germany wasn’t able to really defend his title today due to an injury. He eventually finishes 35th. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images for IRONMAN)

The sun sets on Kailua Kona, Hawaii and competitors continue their journey for their personal success. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images for IRONMAN)

Daniela Ryf nearly the final few kilometres during the Ironman World Championship 2017, (Photo: Jesper Gronnemark/Red Bull Content Pool)

Kaisa Sali of Finland celebrates in the finish chute after finishing fifth during the IRONMAN World Championship. (Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images for IRONMAN)

Patrick Lange of Germany putting the hurt on as he runs to victory and a new course record during the IRONMAN World Championship. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images for IRONMAN)

Runners compete as the sun sets in Kailua Kona, Hawaii. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images for IRONMAN)

Lucy Charles of Great Britain runs through the barren landscape and eventually to coming 2nd. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images for IRONMAN)

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Ironman World Championship: The Best Bike Images from Kona 2017

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With the backdrop of the most infamous course in the world, the Ironman World Championship bike course never misses by the providing the most amazing landscapes for the bike course. This year was nothing short of spectacular.

Igor Amorelli of Brazil on the bike during the IRONMAN World Championship in Kailua Kona, Hawaii. (Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images for IRONMAN)

Martin Fredriksson of Sweden leads a pack on the bike during the IRONMAN World Championship in Kailua Kona, Hawaii. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images for IRONMAN)

Michael Weiss of Austria feeling the hurt during the bike leg. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images for IRONMAN)

Jocelyn Mccauley of the United States competes on the bike during the IRONMAN World Championship on October 14, 2017 in Kailua Kona, Hawaii. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images for IRONMAN)

A cyclist leaves the transition area with her bike during the IRONMAN World Championship on October 14, 2017 in Kailua Kona, Hawaii. (Photo by Maxx Wolfson/Getty Images for IRONMAN)

KAILUA KONA, HI – OCTOBER 14: A cyclist competes during the IRONMAN World Championship on October 14, 2017 in Kailua Kona, Hawaii. (Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images for IRONMAN)

Lucy Charles of Great Britain showed how strong her bike leg was during today’s Ironman World Championship. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images for IRONMAN)

Thomas Gentry McGrath of the United States cools down with water during today’s World Championship in Kailua Kona, Hawaii. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images for IRONMAN)

Michelle Alexander from Denver holds up an ‘IRONMAN are sexy’ sign as athletes cycle past. She certainly brought some smiles. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images for IRONMAN)

Cameron Wurf of Australia cycles ahead of Lionel Sanders of Canada during the bike leg of today’s IRONMAN World Championship in Kailua Kona, Hawaii. Cameron would go on to set a new bike course record. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images for IRONMAN)

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