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Mick Maroney and Laura Siddall win TriShave Sydney Sprint Series Triathlon Race 4

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In a victory for the old blokes Mick Maroney has taken the overall honours in the final race of the 2011/2012 Season TriShave Sydney Sprint Series. Mick Maroney is an inspiration to us all in Sydney and Australia. When you see someone doing times like that it gives the average age grouper hope that we can go quicker with a bit more training. The 2011 Sprint World Champion just never slows down.

Laura Siddall once again showed all but 12 guys how to race on Sunday. She is solid across all three legs but it was her 8th fastest overall bike leg that gets her on to page one of the results. After her sudden decision to back up from winning the sprint race in Husky the other week and race open in the long course for the first time the following day she must be getting closer to racing open ongoing. Siddall is the 2011 World Sprint Champion for her age group. Coaching at Bondi Fit obviously works.

Grace Musgrave showed she can swim and run yesterday to be the second female overall and we saw Caroline Sweeney’s comeback to the sport taking another step forward with 3rd female overall. Sweeney juggles work, two young kids and playing Violin in the Willoughby Symphony Orchestra. Somehow she also manages to train to produce top results.

Campbell Hanson was second overall but was a bit further of Mick’s time than the previous race. Not many people will know Hanson. The Kiwi owns and runs Square One Physio in Mosman with his wife Holly. When he was a youngster Hanson was an elite junior running around the triathlon circuit with other youngsters like Bevan Docherty and Kris Gemmell. He decided against a career in triathlon when he realised that he was struggling to get his 10km run down to 30mins and also because of the huge gap between juniors and the top Olympic distance series. At that stage there was no intermediary steps like Under 23 etc. It is great to see him back racing again.

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Podium Results

Full results by age group below...

Name Time Cat Cat Pos Swim Cycle Run
Morgan NICHOLLS 1:18:04 F14-17 1 0:11:31 0:41:34 0:24:59
Grace MUSGROVE 1:06:23 F18-24 1 0:10:20 0:38:07 0:17:55
Ashley THOMAS 1:09:57 F18-24 2 0:11:41 0:38:16 0:19:59
Clare MCCANN 1:19:31 F18-24 3 0:14:39 0:40:21 0:24:31
Hannah DONALDSON 1:08:22 F25-29 1 0:11:31 0:36:10 0:20:41
Stephanie GRAVES 1:09:18 F25-29 2 0:12:26 0:36:13 0:20:38
Sian ELLISON 1:10:14 F25-29 3 0:13:26 0:36:24 0:20:22
Laura SIDDALL 1:04:15 F30-34 1 0:11:27 0:33:01 0:19:46
Caroline SWEENEY 1:06:30 F30-34 2 0:12:41 0:34:52 0:18:57
Monica JUHART 1:06:47 F30-34 3 0:11:34 0:35:17 0:19:55
Jocie EVISON 1:11:27 F35-39 1 0:12:13 0:37:05 0:22:08
Lisa WALTON 1:12:03 F35-39 2 0:14:10 0:37:20 0:20:33
Katherine MORRIS 1:12:43 F35-39 3 0:13:19 0:36:28 0:22:55
Catherine BALLANTYNE 1:09:43 F40-44 1 0:12:56 0:35:23 0:21:23
Catherine WEST 1:15:36 F40-44 2 0:12:52 0:39:08 0:23:36
Michele PEZZUTTI 1:16:04 F40-44 3 0:13:05 0:38:45 0:24:13
Sally TAGGART 1:10:59 F45-49 1 0:13:10 0:37:27 0:20:21
Narelle TALBOT 1:11:59 F45-49 2 0:12:31 0:37:35 0:21:53
Leigh GILBERT 1:21:56 F45-49 3 0:15:25 0:43:39 0:22:51
Eleanor DALLY 1:20:37 F50-54 1 0:15:56 0:39:59 0:24:41
Susan JORDAN 1:27:58 F50-54 2 0:15:24 0:45:56 0:26:38
Kathryn KING 1:35:48 F50-54 3 0:18:33 0:50:05 0:27:09
Belinda SOSZYN 1:16:22 F55-59 1 0:12:38 0:42:05 0:21:38
Merridy O’DONNELL 1:27:58 F55-59 2 0:16:05 0:45:00 0:26:53
Cheryl PARNHAM 1:33:11 F55-59 3 0:17:51 0:49:30 0:25:48
Jan PENDER 1:39:18 F60-64 1 0:22:26 0:49:01 0:27:51
Cheryl BRUCE 1:41:04 F60-64 2 0:16:32 0:48:29 0:36:02
Olivia NORTHCOTT 1:58:30 F60-64 3 0:23:06 0:57:42 0:37:41
Merri MACK 1:30:47 F65-69 1 0:19:13 0:43:30 0:28:03
Patricia COPPING 1:47:49 F65-69 2 0:18:23 0:52:46 0:36:40
Damon ASTLEY 1:05:48 M14-17 1 0:11:54 0:35:01 0:18:52
Sam DALLY 1:06:29 M14-17 2 0:10:13 0:36:43 0:19:32
Luciano VITERALE 1:07:07 M14-17 3 0:10:48 0:36:40 0:19:38
Justin BREWER 1:03:37 M18-24 1 0:10:03 0:34:21 0:19:12
Andrew HAYMET 1:04:30 M18-24 2 0:11:49 0:33:47 0:18:54
Ryan BARTLETT 1:07:35 M18-24 3 0:10:42 0:37:55 0:18:57
Daniel NEILSON 1:00:30 M25-29 1 0:09:19 0:33:17 0:17:53
Tom NORRIS 1:01:22 M25-29 2 0:10:55 0:31:57 0:18:30
Peter ZITZELSBERGER 1:02:54 M25-29 3 0:11:32 0:32:56 0:18:25
Travis SHIELDS 1:01:10 M30-34 1 0:10:53 0:31:48 0:18:27
Drew MILLAR 1:03:11 M30-34 2 0:11:12 0:33:23 0:18:35
Dane HOLT 1:03:41 M30-34 3 0:10:34 0:33:46 0:19:20
Campbell HANSON 1:00:23 M35-39 1 0:10:38 0:31:47 0:17:57
Anthony PARKER 1:01:50 M35-39 2 0:10:08 0:32:18 0:19:23
Andrew CROSS 1:03:20 M35-39 3 0:11:38 0:33:55 0:17:45
Sandy PARK 1:06:11 M40-44 1 0:10:38 0:34:54 0:20:39
Stew CAMPBELL 1:06:13 M40-44 2 0:13:38 0:31:27 0:21:08
Karl HAYES 1:06:28 M40-44 3 0:12:05 0:33:43 0:20:39
Mick MARONEY 0:59:37 M45-49 1 0:10:05 0:30:58 0:18:34
Gavin MORTLOCK 1:06:07 M45-49 2 0:12:03 0:34:05 0:19:58
Chris WOOLDRIDGE 1:07:01 M45-49 3 0:11:17 0:35:16 0:20:28
Kevin GOODWIN 1:04:33 M50-54 1 0:10:30 0:34:11 0:19:52
John HILL 1:05:00 M50-54 2 0:12:14 0:33:49 0:18:56
John O’CONNELL 1:06:34 M50-54 3 0:12:10 0:34:42 0:19:41
Robert PICKEN 1:07:16 M55-59 1 0:12:33 0:35:02 0:19:40
John WILKEN 1:12:50 M55-59 2 0:11:33 0:38:08 0:23:08
Anthony WILLIAMSON 1:13:06 M55-59 3 0:14:48 0:36:06 0:22:11
Bryan ELLIS 1:16:44 M60-64 1 0:15:40 0:38:25 0:22:38
Bruce FLAHERTY 1:24:26 M60-64 2 0:16:23 0:44:34 0:23:28
Gary TYNDALL 1:38:12 M60-64 3 0:16:53 0:44:45 0:36:33
James BOX 1:15:41 M65-69 1 0:13:06 0:40:59 0:21:36
Dennis PENDER 1:23:41 M65-69 2 0:14:53 0:41:16 0:27:32
Frank PEARCE 1:33:23 M70+ 1 0:15:20 0:48:15 0:29:48
Paul STONE 1:39:04 M70+ 2 0:17:27 0:52:19 0:29:17

 

Full Results by Age Group

Pos Name Time Cat Swim Cycle Run
186 Morgan NICHOLLS 1:18:04 F14-17 0:11:31 0:41:34 0:24:59
30 Grace MUSGROVE 1:06:23 F18-24 0:10:20 0:38:07 0:17:55
64 Ashley THOMAS 1:09:57 F18-24 0:11:41 0:38:16 0:19:59
207 Clare MCCANN 1:19:31 F18-24 0:14:39 0:40:21 0:24:31
310 Kate MURRAY 1:25:49 F18-24 0:17:17 0:45:13 0:23:19
341 Kate CORA 1:28:12 F18-24 0:13:49 0:44:28 0:29:54
417 Jessica POON 1:40:54 F18-24 0:17:11 0:53:55 0:29:47
442 Peta COX 1:54:29 F18-24 0:17:21 1:08:12 0:28:54
444 Kyla ELLIS 1:57:52 F18-24 0:29:15 0:55:34 0:33:03
448 Jena PINN 2:09:27 F18-24 0:19:46 1:21:37 0:28:03
51 Hannah DONALDSON 1:08:22 F25-29 0:11:31 0:36:10 0:20:41
60 Stephanie GRAVES 1:09:18 F25-29 0:12:26 0:36:13 0:20:38
66 Sian ELLISON 1:10:14 F25-29 0:13:26 0:36:24 0:20:22
69 Veronica FARDELL 1:10:53 F25-29 0:11:57 0:36:59 0:21:57
89 Fifi MONAHAN 1:11:56 F25-29 0:12:31 0:36:44 0:22:41
158 Ashleigh O’MAHONY 1:16:04 F25-29 0:14:29 0:40:17 0:21:16
202 Lizi HAMER 1:19:22 F25-29 0:15:54 0:41:06 0:22:21
251 Karen GRUNDY 1:22:29 F25-29 0:14:09 0:43:52 0:24:27
252 Chloe CONGDON 1:22:30 F25-29 0:14:22 0:42:31 0:25:37
292 Lydia NICHOLSON 1:24:33 F25-29 0:12:06 0:45:47 0:26:39
339 Lisa BANNISTER 1:28:02 F25-29 0:14:58 0:48:52 0:24:12
355 Corianne KWAN 1:29:38 F25-29 0:14:44 0:43:06 0:31:48
364 Catharine FLEMING 1:30:56 F25-29 0:16:28 0:45:54 0:28:33
388 Naomi MCFADDEN 1:35:35 F25-29 0:15:00 0:52:52 0:27:42
413 Amy BARNES 1:39:20 F25-29 0:15:49 0:55:30 0:28:00
414 Claudia GUINNESS 1:39:35 F25-29 0:17:52 0:54:02 0:27:41
422 Karen THORNE 1:42:15 F25-29 0:15:11 0:55:10 0:31:53
430 Jenni DOWNES 1:46:08 F25-29 0:17:27 0:54:07 0:34:34
434 Sarah MAGUIRE 1:47:28 F25-29 0:13:20 1:07:45 0:26:22
13 Laura SIDDALL 1:04:15 F30-34 0:11:27 0:33:01 0:19:46
33 Caroline SWEENEY 1:06:30 F30-34 0:12:41 0:34:52 0:18:57
37 Monica JUHART 1:06:47 F30-34 0:11:34 0:35:17 0:19:55
62 Nicola HARRISON 1:09:32 F30-34 0:12:36 0:35:30 0:21:25
86 Julia WHITE 1:11:45 F30-34 0:12:17 0:38:41 0:20:47
111 Sarah DICK 1:13:00 F30-34 0:11:23 0:37:38 0:23:58
162 Penelope SINTON 1:16:23 F30-34 0:12:38 0:41:43 0:22:01
218 Demelza FARR 1:19:55 F30-34 0:13:46 0:42:00 0:24:08
226 Kate HATTON 1:20:31 F30-34 0:15:05 0:42:32 0:22:53
242 Angela POWELL 1:21:43 F30-34 0:13:31 0:45:49 0:22:23
268 Stephanie O’BRIEN 1:23:42 F30-34 0:14:14 0:45:16 0:24:10
293 Zoe WILKINSON 1:24:38 F30-34 0:14:35 0:42:43 0:27:19
299 Amy SCOTT 1:24:59 F30-34 0:14:26 0:46:31 0:24:02
300 Emma SCHIBROWSKI 1:24:59 F30-34 0:18:43 0:41:42 0:24:33
303 Emily SWALES 1:25:18 F30-34 0:16:12 0:44:30 0:24:35
311 Ana CARRILLO 1:26:00 F30-34 0:17:41 0:43:14 0:25:05
316 Jayne GAUKROGER 1:26:21 F30-34 0:15:23 0:44:23 0:26:34
330 Jennifer O’SULLIVAN 1:27:33 F30-34 0:16:44 0:43:36 0:27:13
353 Michelle BRUCE 1:29:15 F30-34 0:14:11 0:45:51 0:29:11
354 Emma FINNERTY 1:29:34 F30-34 0:13:58 0:45:22 0:30:14
357 Lisa JARMAN 1:30:01 F30-34 0:17:42 0:49:09 0:23:10
359 Louise WILLDRIDGE 1:30:14 F30-34 0:13:10 0:48:37 0:28:26
361 Melanie ANDERS 1:30:41 F30-34 0:15:59 0:45:23 0:29:18
366 Meredith ROSSNER 1:31:04 F30-34 0:19:14 0:48:27 0:23:22
385 Tui ORMSBY 1:35:13 F30-34 0:21:34 0:47:48 0:25:50
390 Joanne HAYNES 1:35:40 F30-34 0:16:58 0:52:23 0:26:18
393 Helen TRESILLIAN 1:35:50 F30-34 0:15:25 0:53:41 0:26:42
394 Linda O’SULLIVAN 1:36:01 F30-34 0:16:37 0:49:45 0:29:38
397 Alison REES 1:36:25 F30-34 0:13:52 0:53:02 0:29:30
399 Arathi SRIPRAKASH 1:37:14 F30-34 0:19:14 0:52:09 0:25:51
404 Chris ROSS 1:37:33 F30-34 0:11:23 0:52:58 0:33:11
409 Jude SMITH 1:39:01 F30-34 0:16:33 0:53:27 0:29:00
433 Kathy HULSKAMP 1:47:05 F30-34 0:20:31 0:55:58 0:30:35
439 Veronica HOPEWELL 1:50:27 F30-34 0:26:38 0:50:49 0:32:58
80 Jocie EVISON 1:11:27 F35-39 0:12:13 0:37:05 0:22:08
92 Lisa WALTON 1:12:03 F35-39 0:14:10 0:37:20 0:20:33
106 Katherine MORRIS 1:12:43 F35-39 0:13:19 0:36:28 0:22:55
180 Melanie HEADLEY 1:17:39 F35-39 0:13:31 0:39:59 0:24:08
183 Catherine CHATTERTON 1:17:55 F35-39 0:12:07 0:42:32 0:23:14
184 Emma BROWN 1:17:56 F35-39 0:14:57 0:40:44 0:22:14
205 Carol PEARSON 1:19:29 F35-39 0:13:43 0:42:59 0:22:46
210 Tonette FUNG 1:19:38 F35-39 0:13:08 0:42:51 0:23:39
211 Louise SHAW 1:19:45 F35-39 0:14:32 0:42:44 0:22:27
213 Fernanda CURY 1:19:48 F35-39 0:12:15 0:42:26 0:25:05
241 Sarah KOEN 1:21:39 F35-39 0:11:29 0:42:04 0:28:06
247 Natasha ABSALOM 1:22:00 F35-39 0:16:01 0:41:27 0:24:31
256 Jenny BROWN 1:22:52 F35-39 0:16:15 0:41:19 0:25:17
279 Rebecca EAGLETON 1:24:11 F35-39 0:14:58 0:43:25 0:25:48
314 Dee BRADBERY 1:26:16 F35-39 0:14:34 0:42:27 0:29:15
320 Wendy LONDAL 1:26:42 F35-39 0:15:36 0:46:06 0:24:59
323 Georgina INWOOD 1:26:47 F35-39 0:16:07 0:44:37 0:26:02
331 Pippa O’REGAN 1:27:44 F35-39 0:16:37 0:45:02 0:26:05
333 Lucy ROUSE 1:27:45 F35-39 0:17:39 0:43:31 0:26:34
345 Karen MOY 1:28:32 F35-39 0:16:45 0:44:45 0:27:01
347 Jo TAYLOR 1:28:46 F35-39 0:17:28 0:45:47 0:25:30
350 Clare HOGARTH 1:28:58 F35-39 0:17:49 0:43:51 0:27:17
383 Megan ROSS 1:34:44 F35-39 0:17:42 0:49:35 0:27:26
389 Kt WLODARCZYK 1:35:39 F35-39 0:17:25 0:47:49 0:30:24
396 Leanne SHEPHERD 1:36:08 F35-39 0:18:28 0:48:51 0:28:48
398 Darja MILOSEVIC 1:36:45 F35-39 0:17:29 0:53:12 0:26:04
423 Eleanor LOUW 1:43:29 F35-39 0:18:19 0:51:39 0:33:30
447 Rachael BARTON 2:02:37 F35-39 0:24:18 0:54:23 0:43:56
63 Catherine BALLANTYNE 1:09:43 F40-44 0:12:56 0:35:23 0:21:23
150 Catherine WEST 1:15:36 F40-44 0:12:52 0:39:08 0:23:36
157 Michele PEZZUTTI 1:16:04 F40-44 0:13:05 0:38:45 0:24:13
175 Lyndell VAN DE WALLE 1:17:02 F40-44 0:13:56 0:39:19 0:23:47
209 Laurel ROGERS 1:19:37 F40-44 0:15:17 0:40:29 0:23:50
235 Alexandra GOOCH 1:21:18 F40-44 0:14:03 0:41:31 0:25:43
249 Pam GREENING 1:22:16 F40-44 0:14:55 0:41:10 0:26:10
301 Lynda ROWAN 1:25:04 F40-44 0:16:02 0:43:02 0:25:59
319 Karryn VANZINO 1:26:36 F40-44 0:15:29 0:45:03 0:26:03
358 Janna CHRISTMAS 1:30:05 F40-44 0:14:16 0:42:50 0:32:58
395 Angela TARANTO 1:36:03 F40-44 0:15:25 0:48:01 0:32:36
401 Susan VARDY 1:37:20 F40-44 0:17:03 0:47:19 0:32:58
405 Cassandra WILLIAMS 1:37:44 F40-44 0:18:04 0:49:46 0:29:53
407 Adrienne JERRAM 1:38:14 F40-44 0:17:39 0:48:46 0:31:48
424 Belinda THOMAS 1:44:03 F40-44 0:16:18 1:02:39 0:25:05
426 Kate MYLES 1:44:59 F40-44 0:14:14 1:04:03 0:26:41
429 Mimi ZILKA 1:45:39 F40-44 0:16:37 0:56:49 0:32:13
432 Melissa LANSOM 1:46:49 F40-44 0:18:43 0:59:25 0:28:39
443 Cherie MURPHY 1:57:18 F40-44 0:22:17 0:56:08 0:38:52
449 Julie BYRNE 2:20:11 F40-44 0:49:19 1:02:02 0:28:48
72 Sally TAGGART 1:10:59 F45-49 0:13:10 0:37:27 0:20:21
90 Narelle TALBOT 1:11:59 F45-49 0:12:31 0:37:35 0:21:53
246 Leigh GILBERT 1:21:56 F45-49 0:15:25 0:43:39 0:22:51
281 Traci MARTINA 1:24:17 F45-49 0:16:10 0:41:07 0:26:59
286 Susan DEL NEVO 1:24:29 F45-49 0:16:08 0:43:52 0:24:28
346 Nola URQUHART 1:28:36 F45-49 0:16:02 0:42:27 0:30:07
431 Pauline JACKSON 1:46:37 F45-49 0:19:55 0:54:35 0:32:06
437 Mary MCGREEVY 1:48:39 F45-49 0:17:12 1:01:02 0:30:24
227 Eleanor DALLY 1:20:37 F50-54 0:15:56 0:39:59 0:24:41
335 Susan JORDAN 1:27:58 F50-54 0:15:24 0:45:56 0:26:38
392 Kathryn KING 1:35:48 F50-54 0:18:33 0:50:05 0:27:09
403 Victoria SYMES 1:37:27 F50-54 0:16:33 0:48:06 0:32:47
421 Marina BATE 1:42:11 F50-54 0:17:37 0:49:18 0:35:15
438 Barbara SIMON 1:50:22 F50-54 0:17:25 1:01:49 0:31:07
161 Belinda SOSZYN 1:16:22 F55-59 0:12:38 0:42:05 0:21:38
336 Merridy O’DONNELL 1:27:58 F55-59 0:16:05 0:45:00 0:26:53
374 Cheryl PARNHAM 1:33:11 F55-59 0:17:51 0:49:30 0:25:48
382 Karen PARNHAM 1:34:26 F55-59 0:19:09 0:48:46 0:26:30
441 Deborah SHAPIRA 1:52:16 F55-59 0:20:56 0:53:38 0:37:41
412 Jan PENDER 1:39:18 F60-64 0:22:26 0:49:01 0:27:51
418 Cheryl BRUCE 1:41:04 F60-64 0:16:32 0:48:29 0:36:02
445 Olivia NORTHCOTT 1:58:30 F60-64 0:23:06 0:57:42 0:37:41
363 Merri MACK 1:30:47 F65-69 0:19:13 0:43:30 0:28:03
436 Patricia COPPING 1:47:49 F65-69 0:18:23 0:52:46 0:36:40
23 Damon ASTLEY 1:05:48 M14-17 0:11:54 0:35:01 0:18:52
32 Sam DALLY 1:06:29 M14-17 0:10:13 0:36:43 0:19:32
39 Luciano VITERALE 1:07:07 M14-17 0:10:48 0:36:40 0:19:38
129 Tom LUDINGTON 1:14:10 M14-17 0:11:21 0:39:02 0:23:46
10 Justin BREWER 1:03:37 M18-24 0:10:03 0:34:21 0:19:12
15 Andrew HAYMET 1:04:30 M18-24 0:11:49 0:33:47 0:18:54
45 Ryan BARTLETT 1:07:35 M18-24 0:10:42 0:37:55 0:18:57
59 Flynn DOUGLAS 1:09:15 M18-24 0:11:45 0:37:59 0:19:29
95 Michael BLANCH 1:12:13 M18-24 0:11:35 0:39:39 0:20:58
102 Robert SANDIG 1:12:31 M18-24 0:13:06 0:40:23 0:19:00
115 Matthew BROOKS 1:13:15 M18-24 0:14:39 0:38:14 0:20:21
119 Craig DORTKAMP 1:13:41 M18-24 0:13:47 0:37:38 0:22:15
204 Sanjin MUJIC 1:19:28 M18-24 0:13:15 0:40:03 0:26:09
322 Lawson WILLIAMS 1:26:45 M18-24 0:15:25 0:46:47 0:24:33
435 Chris LEWIS 1:47:37 M18-24 0:19:07 0:58:00 0:30:29
3 Daniel NEILSON 1:00:30 M25-29 0:09:19 0:33:17 0:17:53
5 Tom NORRIS 1:01:22 M25-29 0:10:55 0:31:57 0:18:30
7 Peter ZITZELSBERGER 1:02:54 M25-29 0:11:32 0:32:56 0:18:25
24 Scott CONNOLLY 1:06:06 M25-29 0:13:25 0:33:18 0:19:23
29 Andrew VINCENT 1:06:17 M25-29 0:11:27 0:35:01 0:19:47
46 Cameron MORRISSEY 1:07:36 M25-29 0:13:26 0:34:42 0:19:26
56 Andrew CHAPMAN 1:08:31 M25-29 0:12:03 0:36:38 0:19:49
70 Jon MYERS 1:10:57 M25-29 0:12:25 0:36:46 0:21:45
85 Alex ARTHUR 1:11:45 M25-29 0:11:35 0:37:51 0:22:18
87 James VINCENT 1:11:47 M25-29 0:12:13 0:39:04 0:20:29
91 Rob LEE 1:12:03 M25-29 0:11:44 0:37:05 0:23:14
94 Paul KIELY 1:12:11 M25-29 0:15:29 0:36:45 0:19:56
114 Peter BLANCH 1:13:10 M25-29 0:11:47 0:39:08 0:22:14
121 Emmanuel VERGARA 1:13:47 M25-29 0:15:11 0:38:13 0:20:21
124 Richard GOODMAN 1:13:51 M25-29 0:13:33 0:39:30 0:20:47
126 Chris HISLOP 1:13:55 M25-29 0:14:43 0:37:35 0:21:36
136 Benn COUBROUGH 1:14:42 M25-29 0:16:17 0:38:14 0:20:10
145 Luke SCHAFER 1:15:16 M25-29 0:13:01 0:40:48 0:21:27
159 Tim ATKIN 1:16:07 M25-29 0:13:36 0:39:00 0:23:30
166 Nikola PANTELIC 1:16:39 M25-29 0:15:05 0:40:32 0:21:01
198 Anthony BROWNLOW 1:19:08 M25-29 0:12:21 0:43:42 0:23:04
219 Andrew GOOLEY 1:19:57 M25-29 0:14:40 0:42:22 0:22:53
233 Jonathan MARRON 1:21:07 M25-29 0:13:57 0:42:55 0:24:14
245 Aidan HOGAN 1:21:55 M25-29 0:18:07 0:40:53 0:22:54
248 Dean PROCTER 1:22:02 M25-29 0:16:20 0:41:07 0:24:35
257 Scott POLCHLEB 1:22:55 M25-29 0:12:24 0:43:16 0:27:14
261 Brendan LIMBREY 1:23:20 M25-29 0:17:10 0:42:26 0:23:43
265 Brad ELSTUB 1:23:39 M25-29 0:15:31 0:44:52 0:23:14
277 Wade ZANELLA 1:24:09 M25-29 0:14:40 0:45:42 0:23:46
298 Andrew GULBIS 1:24:59 M25-29 0:13:53 0:49:54 0:21:11
313 Drew BAGNALL 1:26:12 M25-29 0:12:54 0:44:56 0:28:22
317 Stuart RUTKOWSKI 1:26:25 M25-29 0:17:20 0:46:59 0:22:06
326 Graham FAIRBAIRN 1:27:02 M25-29 0:13:54 0:45:51 0:27:17
342 Shane FOSTER 1:28:16 M25-29 0:15:50 0:45:16 0:27:09
348 Nathan GOOLEY 1:28:48 M25-29 0:16:42 0:48:31 0:23:34
360 Byron KENDAL 1:30:15 M25-29 0:15:34 0:48:18 0:26:23
377 Paul LITTLE 1:33:46 M25-29 0:20:48 0:44:22 0:28:34
378 James BURWOOD 1:33:46 M25-29 0:16:07 0:49:42 0:27:56
402 Chris ONG 1:37:26 M25-29 0:19:37 0:47:51 0:29:57
419 John SAULO 1:41:44 M25-29 0:17:44 0:52:31 0:31:28
427 Jordan KENNEDY 1:45:02 M25-29 0:16:36 0:51:41 0:36:44
4 Travis SHIELDS 1:01:10 M30-34 0:10:53 0:31:48 0:18:27
8 Drew MILLAR 1:03:11 M30-34 0:11:12 0:33:23 0:18:35
11 Dane HOLT 1:03:41 M30-34 0:10:34 0:33:46 0:19:20
16 Kirron DUNCAN 1:04:31 M30-34 0:11:44 0:33:13 0:19:34
20 Matthew KNOX 1:05:23 M30-34 0:11:31 0:33:27 0:20:25
21 Tristan HOWISON 1:05:31 M30-34 0:10:55 0:34:32 0:20:04
40 Rogerio ASSIS 1:07:08 M30-34 0:11:52 0:35:29 0:19:45
42 Ben BOYD 1:07:19 M30-34 0:12:44 0:33:48 0:20:46
43 Martin DOBNER 1:07:25 M30-34 0:11:22 0:37:25 0:18:37
53 Nour Eldin TARRAF 1:08:23 M30-34 0:11:47 0:34:06 0:22:29
71 Jason CALDWELL 1:10:58 M30-34 0:16:34 0:33:44 0:20:39
73 Gareth GARDNER 1:11:06 M30-34 0:13:37 0:37:25 0:20:03
74 Gary MAHER 1:11:08 M30-34 0:13:41 0:37:26 0:20:00
84 Nik HOWE 1:11:34 M30-34 0:12:21 0:38:38 0:20:35
88 Michael ATACK 1:11:56 M30-34 0:13:52 0:37:11 0:20:52
104 Vincent COVE 1:12:34 M30-34 0:13:44 0:37:58 0:20:50
107 Shaun CROWLEY 1:12:44 M30-34 0:14:40 0:36:47 0:21:15
116 Stephen CHERRIE 1:13:25 M30-34 0:14:14 0:37:20 0:21:51
122 James MOSS 1:13:49 M30-34 0:14:56 0:36:52 0:22:00
125 Juan ANTIC 1:13:55 M30-34 0:15:06 0:38:14 0:20:34
138 Piers ADDERLEY 1:14:53 M30-34 0:12:47 0:36:26 0:25:39
141 Mark LENNON 1:15:04 M30-34 0:15:26 0:37:25 0:22:13
143 Brian BRADY 1:15:11 M30-34 0:16:14 0:36:04 0:22:52
147 John LEAHY 1:15:26 M30-34 0:15:21 0:37:15 0:22:49
148 Gordon MACVICAR 1:15:30 M30-34 0:15:05 0:39:14 0:21:10
156 Marcus MCPHERSON 1:15:48 M30-34 0:14:28 0:38:57 0:22:22
164 Ben CALDER 1:16:35 M30-34 0:14:24 0:38:43 0:23:27
165 Matthew WARD 1:16:39 M30-34 0:12:25 0:41:11 0:23:03
168 Rickey MCFARLANE 1:16:42 M30-34 0:15:52 0:39:30 0:21:19
178 Damian BENNETT 1:17:16 M30-34 0:12:43 0:43:02 0:21:29
191 Simon BAXTER 1:18:24 M30-34 0:17:24 0:38:46 0:22:13
195 Barry WONG 1:18:53 M30-34 0:14:38 0:39:37 0:24:37
196 Paul WEPPLER 1:18:55 M30-34 0:14:45 0:38:59 0:25:10
212 Gavan GORDON 1:19:45 M30-34 0:16:18 0:37:53 0:25:33
214 Aaron DOWLING 1:19:49 M30-34 0:14:31 0:40:34 0:24:44
223 Kevin LYNCH 1:20:21 M30-34 0:15:05 0:43:14 0:22:02
232 Daniel LOTZE 1:21:00 M30-34 0:15:45 0:41:20 0:23:54
239 Alec GATRELL 1:21:36 M30-34 0:16:31 0:41:47 0:23:17
240 Joshua CARDWELL 1:21:37 M30-34 0:13:58 0:43:29 0:24:09
243 Jonathan WARD 1:21:44 M30-34 0:12:53 0:43:27 0:25:23
259 Damien O’NEILL 1:23:12 M30-34 0:19:27 0:40:37 0:23:07
264 Hugh DUNSDON 1:23:38 M30-34 0:14:43 0:44:34 0:24:21
266 Dave SCHOU 1:23:40 M30-34 0:15:45 0:43:48 0:24:06
270 Martin FIGUEROA 1:23:52 M30-34 0:15:48 0:45:27 0:22:37
276 Matt GREGORY 1:24:08 M30-34 0:20:26 0:39:26 0:24:14
283 Peter ANDRUSKA 1:24:18 M30-34 0:13:51 0:48:29 0:21:57
284 Ricardo GONCALVES 1:24:19 M30-34 0:14:35 0:45:13 0:24:30
289 Cory FAHEY 1:24:30 M30-34 0:13:36 0:46:00 0:24:53
291 Francis HASEK 1:24:33 M30-34 0:15:39 0:44:19 0:24:34
306 Leo PEARSON 1:25:40 M30-34 0:15:04 0:45:24 0:25:12
309 Nick BEHR 1:25:46 M30-34 0:16:33 0:42:26 0:26:46
312 Chris MAGNUS 1:26:09 M30-34 0:15:56 0:44:09 0:26:03
324 Brendan KYNEUR 1:26:47 M30-34 0:17:27 0:43:23 0:25:56
327 Flor LYNCH 1:27:07 M30-34 0:17:22 0:46:43 0:23:01
338 Brendan O’CONNELL 1:28:02 M30-34 0:15:47 0:44:06 0:28:08
362 Mark SMITH 1:30:41 M30-34 0:16:00 0:49:22 0:25:18
365 Matthew WILLIAMS 1:31:03 M30-34 0:14:38 0:50:18 0:26:07
369 Simon DUIGENAN 1:31:18 M30-34 0:19:14 0:46:11 0:25:52
416 Kent ANDERSON 1:40:53 M30-34 0:18:27 0:51:08 0:31:17
2 Campbell HANSON 1:00:23 M35-39 0:10:38 0:31:47 0:17:57
6 Anthony PARKER 1:01:50 M35-39 0:10:08 0:32:18 0:19:23
9 Andrew CROSS 1:03:20 M35-39 0:11:38 0:33:55 0:17:45
12 Nigel FANNING 1:03:47 M35-39 0:10:09 0:33:53 0:19:43
14 Ryan YATES 1:04:17 M35-39 0:11:47 0:33:12 0:19:17
18 Kevin MINETT 1:04:47 M35-39 0:11:56 0:33:04 0:19:46
22 Dave GRONO 1:05:38 M35-39 0:11:54 0:34:38 0:19:06
28 Rob JOHNSTON 1:06:14 M35-39 0:11:23 0:33:28 0:21:22
36 Jamie BURDETT 1:06:42 M35-39 0:11:40 0:34:15 0:20:47
49 Kevin MARGETSON 1:08:03 M35-39 0:13:51 0:33:56 0:20:15
52 William DEE 1:08:23 M35-39 0:11:32 0:35:29 0:21:21
61 Michael MCAVINEY 1:09:30 M35-39 0:12:51 0:36:36 0:20:02
65 Jonathon LEWIS 1:10:01 M35-39 0:13:46 0:35:57 0:20:17
68 Jeff ALDENHOVEN 1:10:38 M35-39 0:11:52 0:38:30 0:20:16
76 Craig WALLACE 1:11:14 M35-39 0:12:57 0:37:17 0:20:58
77 Marcus RITCHIE 1:11:17 M35-39 0:11:20 0:38:02 0:21:54
79 Craig WISEMAN 1:11:23 M35-39 0:13:50 0:36:56 0:20:36
82 Philip CLOUGH 1:11:29 M35-39 0:12:55 0:37:22 0:21:10
96 Simon HATLEE 1:12:14 M35-39 0:12:20 0:37:02 0:22:51
97 Chris VAN RIJSWIJK 1:12:17 M35-39 0:14:00 0:36:11 0:22:05
100 Marc ASHWORTH 1:12:25 M35-39 0:13:38 0:39:24 0:19:23
103 Brad TANNAHILL 1:12:31 M35-39 0:11:36 0:37:32 0:23:23
118 Steven POWELL 1:13:36 M35-39 0:14:47 0:37:32 0:21:16
120 Jeff FRANKS 1:13:44 M35-39 0:12:30 0:38:16 0:22:57
123 Alex SWEENEY 1:13:51 M35-39 0:14:13 0:37:57 0:21:40
130 Mark THEWLIS 1:14:17 M35-39 0:11:32 0:39:28 0:23:15
131 Victor PACIOCCO 1:14:22 M35-39 0:13:37 0:37:42 0:23:02
132 Scott NORRISH 1:14:26 M35-39 0:13:55 0:35:25 0:25:05
133 Paul HORTON 1:14:29 M35-39 0:13:50 0:39:08 0:21:30
134 Jonathan NEGUS 1:14:29 M35-39 0:14:12 0:38:45 0:21:31
139 Brad MARTENS 1:14:55 M35-39 0:15:07 0:36:52 0:22:56
140 James KNIGHT 1:14:59 M35-39 0:14:07 0:37:27 0:23:24
142 Stuart FORD 1:15:07 M35-39 0:16:29 0:36:51 0:21:46
144 Greg ZEMEK 1:15:12 M35-39 0:13:23 0:38:53 0:22:55
149 Justin ZACHAN 1:15:36 M35-39 0:14:09 0:39:40 0:21:47
151 Matt NEALON 1:15:37 M35-39 0:14:05 0:36:59 0:24:33
170 Bill AMANATIDIS 1:16:50 M35-39 0:14:36 0:37:48 0:24:25
174 Simon EGGLETON 1:16:54 M35-39 0:13:29 0:39:23 0:24:02
179 Duncan TOY 1:17:20 M35-39 0:13:54 0:38:35 0:24:51
188 Cooper SILK 1:18:08 M35-39 0:12:06 0:43:15 0:22:47
189 Matthew SADDINGTON 1:18:18 M35-39 0:13:59 0:40:17 0:24:02
190 Matthew PATTERSON 1:18:24 M35-39 0:15:58 0:40:54 0:21:31
200 Joe REVILL 1:19:12 M35-39 0:16:38 0:38:03 0:24:31
201 Adam FORSTER 1:19:20 M35-39 0:14:28 0:42:32 0:22:19
203 Miles BRECKNOCK 1:19:26 M35-39 0:15:20 0:39:43 0:24:22
206 Matthew PRIDE 1:19:31 M35-39 0:13:15 0:41:03 0:25:11
215 Dima POSTNIKOV 1:19:50 M35-39 0:13:45 0:45:23 0:20:41
222 Adam FLETCHER 1:20:19 M35-39 0:15:25 0:42:26 0:22:26
225 Richie PHILLIPS 1:20:30 M35-39 0:15:24 0:39:54 0:25:11
238 Tyrone BOWERY 1:21:32 M35-39 0:14:24 0:45:03 0:22:04
244 Adrian SWAIN 1:21:46 M35-39 0:16:43 0:42:00 0:23:03
253 Matt HAIR 1:22:37 M35-39 0:14:26 0:43:29 0:24:41
275 Michael HUGHES 1:23:59 M35-39 0:19:31 0:41:31 0:22:56
278 Chris HOORWEG 1:24:10 M35-39 0:15:32 0:40:56 0:27:41
302 James MURPHY 1:25:15 M35-39 0:15:25 0:41:55 0:27:55
305 Reynier LOUW 1:25:24 M35-39 0:15:47 0:45:35 0:24:01
328 Mark LEWIS 1:27:09 M35-39 0:16:19 0:43:23 0:27:26
349 Mark MCGUINNESS 1:28:50 M35-39 0:16:16 0:47:47 0:24:46
351 David CENCIGH 1:29:03 M35-39 0:16:25 0:46:18 0:26:20
368 Peter MARAZIOS 1:31:07 M35-39 0:19:19 0:47:23 0:24:25
371 Mat LAWRENCE 1:31:52 M35-39 0:18:39 0:48:11 0:25:02
373 Andrew ANTONIOU 1:32:02 M35-39 0:18:08 0:45:33 0:28:21
380 Jules PARRY 1:34:10 M35-39
381 Paul PITTMAN 1:34:24 M35-39 0:14:56 0:50:53 0:28:35
386 Chris HODGE 1:35:21 M35-39 0:17:31 0:51:13 0:26:35
446 Osman KAROLIA 1:59:13 M35-39 0:20:36 1:03:42 0:34:54
26 Sandy PARK 1:06:11 M40-44 0:10:38 0:34:54 0:20:39
27 Stew CAMPBELL 1:06:13 M40-44 0:13:38 0:31:27 0:21:08
31 Karl HAYES 1:06:28 M40-44 0:12:05 0:33:43 0:20:39
35 Andrew HOURIGAN 1:06:36 M40-44 0:10:54 0:35:03 0:20:39
44 Ross SCHUBACK 1:07:35 M40-44 0:12:16 0:33:37 0:21:40
47 Adam STROUD 1:07:41 M40-44 0:14:46 0:33:32 0:19:22
50 Mark PACEY 1:08:22 M40-44 0:11:46 0:34:19 0:22:16
54 Sven PISCHKE 1:08:26 M40-44 0:12:19 0:34:30 0:21:36
57 Gareth PIKE 1:08:47 M40-44 0:11:31 0:37:43 0:19:32
75 Wayne CHAN 1:11:13 M40-44 0:13:32 0:37:05 0:20:36
78 Greg BARWELL 1:11:21 M40-44 0:10:51 0:37:23 0:23:06
83 Matthew MILLER 1:11:29 M40-44 0:11:25 0:37:04 0:23:00
93 Steven MACKAY 1:12:05 M40-44 0:15:28 0:34:31 0:22:05
99 Peter ROX 1:12:25 M40-44 0:13:31 0:36:04 0:22:49
101 Colin IVES 1:12:25 M40-44 0:14:39 0:37:10 0:20:35
110 Peter DUNCAN 1:12:59 M40-44 0:13:39 0:40:10 0:19:09
117 Stephen ELLIOTT 1:13:33 M40-44 0:13:55 0:38:18 0:21:19
127 Rod ELLIS 1:14:00 M40-44 0:13:29 0:37:41 0:22:50
135 Wayne ROWE 1:14:40 M40-44 0:14:15 0:38:35 0:21:50
137 Martin CASEY 1:14:43 M40-44 0:13:24 0:37:57 0:23:22
146 James MACKAY 1:15:19 M40-44 0:13:20 0:40:07 0:21:51
153 Andrew SMITH 1:15:45 M40-44 0:15:52 0:39:57 0:19:55
154 Andrew GROVER 1:15:45 M40-44 0:13:00 0:38:45 0:23:59
160 Andrew WOODWARD 1:16:15 M40-44 0:13:21 0:37:35 0:25:18
163 William BURKITT 1:16:26 M40-44 0:14:07 0:40:11 0:22:07
172 Sasko MARKOVSKI 1:16:51 M40-44 0:15:22 0:39:00 0:22:28
173 Scott OHANLON 1:16:52 M40-44 0:14:57 0:39:27 0:22:28
176 Anthony MORRIS 1:17:04 M40-44 0:14:43 0:39:26 0:22:54
181 Karl SCHRODER 1:17:52 M40-44 0:15:20 0:39:56 0:22:34
182 Tim MONTAGUE-JONES 1:17:53 M40-44 0:14:14 0:39:03 0:24:35
187 Matt SANDERS 1:18:08 M40-44 0:13:31 0:40:22 0:24:14
197 David CANNELL 1:19:01 M40-44 0:14:53 0:40:34 0:23:33
221 Darren ROBERTS 1:20:16 M40-44 0:15:00 0:40:18 0:24:57
224 Michael BOURNE 1:20:27 M40-44 0:14:07 0:41:01 0:25:19
228 Mark LUCEY 1:20:43 M40-44 0:14:35 0:42:37 0:23:30
230 Andrew METCALFE 1:20:52 M40-44 0:12:23 0:40:52 0:27:37
234 Matthew HOFFMANN 1:21:11 M40-44 0:14:49 0:41:25 0:24:56
236 Matt BAZZANO 1:21:23 M40-44 0:16:40 0:39:44 0:24:57
237 Steve LAWRENCE 1:21:23 M40-44 0:15:21 0:42:52 0:23:09
250 Pete RAUDASCHL 1:22:27 M40-44 0:14:25 0:42:38 0:25:23
254 Martin COOK 1:22:37 M40-44 0:15:23 0:43:54 0:23:20
260 Niall MURPHY 1:23:16 M40-44 0:18:42 0:42:25 0:22:09
262 Michael POWER 1:23:36 M40-44 0:15:07 0:43:03 0:25:25
269 Greg RYAN 1:23:48 M40-44 0:14:14 0:44:12 0:25:22
273 Con BELLOS 1:23:54 M40-44 0:15:14 0:44:08 0:24:31
280 Phil TAYLOR 1:24:13 M40-44 0:14:51 0:44:15 0:25:05
288 Andrew MOORE 1:24:29 M40-44 0:16:20 0:42:03 0:26:05
297 Andrew GARDINER 1:24:55 M40-44 0:13:16 0:45:36 0:26:02
307 Graham BIRD 1:25:41 M40-44 0:18:31 0:39:40 0:27:29
315 David LEWIS 1:26:20 M40-44 0:16:33 0:43:03 0:26:43
325 Peter CALLEN 1:26:51 M40-44 0:18:46 0:43:49 0:24:16
340 Ben HAYES 1:28:06 M40-44 0:14:21 0:46:54 0:26:50
352 Wayne MOODIE 1:29:07 M40-44 0:13:56 0:47:50 0:27:21
372 Andrew MURPHY 1:31:57 M40-44 0:12:14 0:53:52 0:25:50
375 Phil REID 1:33:14 M40-44 0:17:01 0:47:31 0:28:41
379 Bradley DUNN 1:33:51 M40-44 0:12:18 0:41:37 0:39:55
387 Marcus LIMA 1:35:27 M40-44 0:15:48 0:47:53 0:31:44
400 Vasilios (bill) ANASTASIOU 1:37:15 M40-44 0:16:25 0:48:54 0:31:55
408 Greg HAMILTON 1:38:16 M40-44 0:14:55 0:51:18 0:32:01
425 Sammy ABDEL-REHIM 1:44:59 M40-44 0:22:33 0:56:10 0:26:15
1 Mick MARONEY 0:59:37 M45-49 0:10:05 0:30:58 0:18:34
25 Gavin MORTLOCK 1:06:07 M45-49 0:12:03 0:34:05 0:19:58
38 Chris WOOLDRIDGE 1:07:01 M45-49 0:11:17 0:35:16 0:20:28
58 Gary TALL 1:09:14 M45-49 0:12:47 0:35:21 0:21:06
98 Nick DEEKS 1:12:18 M45-49 0:13:36 0:36:54 0:21:47
105 Richard TOTARO 1:12:38 M45-49 0:11:44 0:37:35 0:23:18
109 David STEWART 1:12:51 M45-49 0:13:33 0:37:12 0:22:04
167 Graham CREED 1:16:41 M45-49 0:14:06 0:41:05 0:21:29
171 Taso FRANTZIS 1:16:50 M45-49 0:15:32 0:39:20 0:21:57
185 Jonathan KALLMEYER 1:18:03 M45-49 0:15:18 0:39:04 0:23:41
193 Carl VANZINO 1:18:44 M45-49 0:11:59 0:43:56 0:22:47
199 Matt DRAKE 1:19:09 M45-49 0:16:09 0:38:35 0:24:24
217 Don PARSONS 1:19:52 M45-49 0:15:29 0:40:11 0:24:11
229 Greg SMITH 1:20:45 M45-49 0:13:31 0:38:59 0:28:14
258 Mark BAYLEY 1:23:02 M45-49 0:14:53 0:44:37 0:23:30
263 Brad JONES 1:23:38 M45-49 0:14:29 0:43:30 0:25:37
271 Roland CAGE 1:23:52 M45-49 0:16:17 0:42:09 0:25:24
274 Mark DALGIRANIS 1:23:55 M45-49 0:13:59 0:45:39 0:24:16
282 Matthew GLASCOTT 1:24:17 M45-49 0:14:40 0:41:14 0:28:22
287 Peter DOHERTY 1:24:29 M45-49 0:14:02 0:44:56 0:25:30
290 Steve DIFRANCESCO 1:24:32 M45-49 0:18:07 0:42:48 0:23:36
294 John PERRY 1:24:49 M45-49 0:16:05 0:44:47 0:23:56
304 Martin SMITH 1:25:21 M45-49 0:16:21 0:45:22 0:23:36
308 Murray ROOK 1:25:46 M45-49 0:16:57 0:41:05 0:27:43
321 Glen SPRATT 1:26:43 M45-49 0:16:59 0:45:21 0:24:23
329 Hugh LANGSHAW 1:27:09 M45-49 0:15:56 0:44:54 0:26:18
334 Tony CHESHER 1:27:55 M45-49 0:18:05 0:44:27 0:25:21
344 Mark WILSON 1:28:25 M45-49 0:18:11 0:43:04 0:27:09
367 John HALLIS 1:31:04 M45-49 0:16:13 0:45:42 0:29:08
370 Dean SAMPSON 1:31:33 M45-49 0:18:00 0:45:17 0:28:16
391 Mark MORRISON 1:35:45 M45-49 0:16:38 0:48:04 0:31:02
415 Anthony SARKIS 1:40:45 M45-49 0:24:45 0:47:36 0:28:24
17 Kevin GOODWIN 1:04:33 M50-54 0:10:30 0:34:11 0:19:52
19 John HILL 1:05:00 M50-54 0:12:14 0:33:49 0:18:56
34 John O’CONNELL 1:06:34 M50-54 0:12:10 0:34:42 0:19:41
48 Phill BAIGENT 1:07:53 M50-54 0:10:49 0:35:37 0:21:27
55 Dave BRUKMANN 1:08:26 M50-54 0:12:14 0:35:33 0:20:39
67 Zane COLEMAN 1:10:17 M50-54 0:15:20 0:34:47 0:20:09
81 John FULKER 1:11:28 M50-54 0:13:48 0:37:18 0:20:21
113 Hugh WHITE 1:13:08 M50-54 0:11:27 0:39:21 0:22:19
192 Scot MENZIES 1:18:37 M50-54 0:13:59 0:40:54 0:23:43
194 Gregory CLEARY 1:18:46 M50-54 0:14:48 0:41:01 0:22:57
216 Gary MCCARTNEY 1:19:51 M50-54 0:15:59 0:38:38 0:25:13
220 Peter COATES 1:19:58 M50-54 0:14:14 0:40:49 0:24:55
231 Scott BIRDSALL 1:20:59 M50-54 0:14:04 0:39:14 0:27:40
296 Richard PESTER 1:24:53 M50-54 0:15:52 0:42:18 0:26:42
318 Robert NICHOLSON 1:26:34 M50-54 0:17:26 0:42:05 0:27:03
332 Glen MARKS 1:27:45 M50-54 0:14:42 0:45:42 0:27:20
337 Jonathan BIRD 1:27:58 M50-54 0:16:43 0:47:05 0:24:09
356 Phillip COLE 1:29:54 M50-54 0:18:30 0:45:30 0:25:52
420 Warren SHIELL 1:41:51 M50-54 0:17:27 0:49:45 0:34:38
440 Michael BAKER 1:51:48 M50-54 0:21:36 0:55:46 0:34:25
41 Robert PICKEN 1:07:16 M55-59 0:12:33 0:35:02 0:19:40
108 John WILKEN 1:12:50 M55-59 0:11:33 0:38:08 0:23:08
112 Anthony WILLIAMSON 1:13:06 M55-59 0:14:48 0:36:06 0:22:11
128 Lloyd JORDAN 1:14:06 M55-59 0:14:15 0:36:10 0:23:39
155 Mark PICKEN 1:15:48 M55-59 0:13:10 0:38:21 0:24:15
177 Kazuaki TAKAHASHI 1:17:16 M55-59 0:15:47 0:41:35 0:19:52
208 Martin CHIMES 1:19:35 M55-59 0:14:43 0:38:19 0:26:31
255 Tom STEELE 1:22:43 M55-59 0:15:34 0:41:38 0:25:30
272 Eric VICKERY 1:23:53 M55-59 0:13:51 0:42:07 0:27:54
295 Timothy MCKINNON 1:24:51 M55-59 0:15:11 0:43:46 0:25:52
343 Garry LUSCOMBE 1:28:23 M55-59 0:12:54 0:47:22 0:28:06
384 Dave ALLEN 1:34:53 M55-59 0:16:10 0:47:56 0:30:46
411 Brian ELLIOTT 1:39:12 M55-59 0:18:50 0:47:11 0:33:11
428 Eugen SIMON 1:45:18 M55-59 0:19:04 0:54:57 0:31:16
169 Bryan ELLIS 1:16:44 M60-64 0:15:40 0:38:25 0:22:38
285 Bruce FLAHERTY 1:24:26 M60-64 0:16:23 0:44:34 0:23:28
406 Gary TYNDALL 1:38:12 M60-64 0:16:53 0:44:45 0:36:33
152 James BOX 1:15:41 M65-69 0:13:06 0:40:59 0:21:36
267 Dennis PENDER 1:23:41 M65-69 0:14:53 0:41:16 0:27:32
376 Frank PEARCE 1:33:23 M70+ 0:15:20 0:48:15 0:29:48
410 Paul STONE 1:39:04 M70+ 0:17:27 0:52:19 0:29:17

 

 

 

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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Challenge Roma – The First Big European Challenge Event In 2018

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On April 15, 2018, will be Challenge Roma’s second edition. After its debut in 2017, the Italian capital will be again protagonist of great international triathlon in a new location, the Rome Marina “Porto Turistico di Roma”, with new distances: 1.9 km swimming, 90 km bike, 21 km running. A middle distance like Challenge’s primary races, Challenge Roma will be the first European race of the year too. A chance for triathletes from all over the world to test their athletic preparation, in a very fast and beautiful path, in Roman Spring beginning.

Porto Turistico di Roma will also be home of the Expo Village, which will host numerous side activities for the entire weekend starting from Friday. The involvement of schools and local institutions, and then go on Saturday with the Sprint triathlon, the paratriathlon super sprint, valid as the second stage of the Italian Championship, before the Challenge Roma race on Sunday morning.

Challenge Roma Location

For the second edition of Challenge Roma, a new location was selected: the Porto Turistico di Roma. In fact, Rome extends its borders to the coasts of the Tyrrhenian sea, and its marina is a central point for many activities, thanks to the excellent sea-water quality. Completely renovated, the Marina is close to the Leonardo Da Vinci Fiumicino Airport, and offers a lot of public services including restaurants, shops, children spaces and a long, romantic walk through piers and boats.

Protagonists

What will kick off at the Challenge Roma will be a high-level parterre. Attracted by the charm of the capital and by the calendar that places the race as the first test of the 2018 season in Europe, lots of pro’s are keen to join Challenge Roma second edition and the fair weather of spring.

Among others, the Slovenian Jaroslav Kovacic, 34, the British Will Clarke, 33, the German Andreas Dreitz, 34 years winner of Cervia (Italy) full distance. But they will not be the only ones. Also, the Germans Alexander Schilling, 30, and Michael Goehner, 38, the Spaniards Inaki Baldellou, 29, and Pablo Dapena Gonzalez, 30, the Russian Georgii Kaurov, 25, and the young British George Goodwin, 22 years.

Among the women, all eyes will be on the Italian medium-distance champion Marta Bernardi, 28 years old and the new name of the international triathlon. Two skilled athletes will challenge her: the Dutch Yvonne Van Vlerken, 39, and Britain’s Caroline Livesey, 38 years old, and Sofie Goos, 28 years old from Belgium. In addition to them also the Hungarian Gabriella Zelinka, 27, the young Russian Mariia Bibicheva, just 21 years old, the Czech Simona Krivankova, 35, the two Belgian Sofie Goos and Karen Steurs, respectively 37 and 38 years, and the Croatian Sonja Skevin, 23 years old.

Paratriathlon, 2nd Stage Italian Championship

The long weekend of the Challenge Roma will host Saturday, April 2 at 2 pm the 2nd stage of the Italian Paratriathlon championship on the Super Sprint distance (0.4 km of swimming, 10 km of bike, 2.5 km of running). At the start over 40 athletes for a parterre of the highest level led by the Rio 2016 Olympic bronze Giovanni Achenza in addition to Italian champion pts5 Gianfilippo Mirabile and multi-champion champion Veronica Plebani.

Challenge Roma Sprint

Saturday, April 14 will be staged, starting at 10.30, also a race Sprint distance (750 m swimming, 20 km cycling and 5 km running) open to all members of the Italian and International Triathlon Federation. The route will develop almost entirely within the Port of Rome, with the exception of the cycling village that will “stretch” on the seafront in a 5 km circuit to be repeated 4 times. The stretch is completely flat.

Time Schedule

It all starts on Friday, April 13, from 10 am with the Duathlon School promotional event, dedicated to schools: children will compete in the area inside the Marina.

From 2 pm, the afternoon will be dedicated to the public with the opening of the Triathlon Expo, where brands and technical equipment dedicated to the discipline will be exhibited. Saturday, April 14th we start with Challenge Sprint triathlon at 10.30 a.m., followed by Paratriathlon Super Sprint at 2 p.m., valid as the second stage of the Italian Championship series and then finish at 4 p.m. with the Challenge Duathlon Kids dedicated to kids and youngsters of Lazio’s triathlon schools. Also, in the afternoon, starting at 4.30 p.m., Challenge Roma briefing (Ita and Eng) in view of the main event of the following day.

Sunday, April 15 will be the day of the Challenge Roma, which starts at 13.15 am. From 5.15 it is expected the leading athletes arrival who will be rewarded immediately with the Flower Ceremony, a characteristic symbol of CHALLENGEFAMILY.

The long triathlon weekend will close up in the evening with the Award Ceremony and live music “farewell party” starting at 9 pm.

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Review: SunGod PaceBreaker sunglasses – Look Cool While Dropping Watt Bombs

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SunGod sunglasses are a relatively new player to the market, a successful, UK based, crowd-funded business who’s appeal is focused on the ability to customise the glasses online at an affordable price.

SunGod was founded in 2013 and developed from a frustration that to get quality lenses that would be able to withstand a sports/adventure lifestyle.

They launched their first product, SunGod Classic, as their first complete custom online build, with polycarbonate polarised lenses and TR90 memory polymer frames. This campaign exploded, with SunGods being shipped to 93 countries and making 10x the initial funding target and becoming the largest crowdfunded project of its kind in the UK.

Simple to use interface, customise away.

Jumping on to the website is simple enough, and you get to choose from a variety of frames and styles. The Classics and Renegades focus more on traditional streetwear, extreme sports etc., while the Revolts are focused on snow sports. All of the range bears the funky looking Limited editions, are fully customizable.  As triathletes wouldn’t be seen dead wearing non-race specific gear, we’re going to focus the review on the PaceBreakers – wraparounds focused on riding and running (swimming not tested!)

What design do you ask?

I was lucky enough to get to design a pair of sunglasses via the simple to understand interface. Simple enough in fact that my five-year-old daughter created my first pair below.

From idea….

To reality…!

Going through the interface, you get to choose the frame colour, lens type (4KO Polarised or not – more on that later), icons on the side and ear sock colour (the tips of your glasses). If your creativity is failing you, you can also choose from a set series of best sellers.

The whole process takes around 30 seconds of effort with 20 minutes of procrastination around the right colours to match with your complexion and handbag.

My second pair was a much more straightforward affair focusing on the traditional grey look.

Got to have grey in Melbourne.

The glasses ship from the UK and for me, turned up in 3 days, a surprising and welcome change.

What’s in the box?

SunGod indeed go above and beyond with the packaging and its contents

Funky looking box

As you would expect you get a box with the sunglasses included, but you also get a spare nose clip, a case which also doubles as a cleaning rag and a truckload of stickers to stick around the place. Its quite a few freebies given the low cost of the product.

Quite the haul

4KO pace lens with triple scratch resistance

SunGod claims that the polarised lens is both triple scratch resistant and will enhance both visibility and field of view in both low light and bright conditions. We obviously couldn’t test them in a lab with serious equipment, but we took the glasses out on a treacherous, wet and windy early morning Melbourne ride around the Dandenong mountains in peak hour traffic.

Compared to my Jawbreakers I certainly felt that their visibility in early morning sun up (6am) conditions was improved.  The lens also survived being bounced along the road at high speed when I forgot to put them back on during a decent, with no scratches if I may add.  So science aside, these sunglasses certainly did the job during a challenging day out.

What differentiates SunGod from the competition

SunGod has a few key differentiated points.

Firstly is the price. For around $110 – $130 dollars you get a solid pair of high-performance sunglasses with features to match and outperform glasses twice their price.

The glasses come with a lifetime warranty so if they break they will replace them free of charge. A lofty claim that I haven’t tested but certainly a welcome one – which some of the major players struggle to offer.

The glasses are made from adventure proof flexible rubber which allows the frames to be flexed, and as above bounced along the road, without damage. Which as a clumsy guy is a great feature.

Overall

Simply put, SunGod makes a great pair of sunglasses, both comfortable and high performing, you cannot beat them for value. The customisation feature is excellent and has got my triathlon team all lining up to get the team colours shipped over. I didn’t have anything negative to say about them, to the point where I’m replacing my tried and trusted jawbreakers with these for both racing and training.

Here is a link to the PaceBreakers

  • Price
  • Features
  • Durability
  • Overall

Summary

Simply a great set of sunglasses and are packed with features and value.

Pros
- Well priced
- Great feature set
- Customisable

Cons
- Carbon (Triathlete staple) look frame appears out of stock
- Were clutching at straws to find anything wrong aren't we!

5.0
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Challenge Family Introduces A World Ranking For Pro-athletes

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Challenge has decided to expand the successful European Money Ranking in 2018 to a so-called Challenge World Ranking. This means that professional Athletes can earn points not only in European races but also in races outside of Europe. The earned points count up in a final ranking at the end of the season with a total bonus prize purse of $165.000.

With this World Ranking, Challenge rewards the pro-athletes racing the series and results in having the best professionals racing head-to-head in the Challenge races. “We strongly believe that the professional Athletes are the ambassadors of our wonderful sport. We have seen strong racing and amazing winners in the European Ranking the last two years. We are happy to extend this to a worldwide ranking first time in 2018 ” says Zibi Szlufcik, CEO of Challenge.

The first races to be added to the ranking in the 2018 season are Challenge Taiwan, Challenge Sangil (Mexico), Challenge Aasia-Pacific Championship (Taiwan) and Challenge Daytona (USA). All European races remain part of the ranking.

The total prize purse $165.000 for the worldwide ranking will pay 5 deep for both male and female athletes. The overall winners will take home $30.000. Second place will earn $20.000, third and fourth place $15.000 and $12.000 consecutively and fifth place winner will pocket $5.000. In the event of a tie, the prize money will be averaged between the two athletes and corresponding places.

The points system that leads to the final ranking will remain the same as last year’s European ranking. This is based on points earned by the athlete’s six best Challenge race results of the season, of which no more than two can be long distance races, which earn double points. The Championship is also included in the World Ranking, with more points to collect then regular middle distance races.

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Laura Siddall Looks To Go Back To Back at Ironman Australia

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The 2018 season has kicked off with a bang for Laura Siddall breaking through to pick up the Ironman New Zealand title in March, and she is looking to continue her winning form when she heads to Port Macquarie (6 May) to defend her Ironman Australia crown.

Siddall, who represented England as a junior in 400m hurdles and netball, began her love affair with triathlon while she was working in Australia on a two-year contract with Shell Oil and she was soon on a rampage loading her trophy case full of age-group championships across the globe over all distances.

Siddall eventually made the leap the pro ranks and continued her love affair with Port Macquarie that started with her first half distance triathlon at Ironman 70.3 Port Macquarie back in October 2009.

“Ironman Australia will be my last race in the Southern Hemisphere before I migrate north for the European summer. It is an important race for me, as I won last year, so want to come back and show my support for the event and the people of Port Macquarie.”

“It is also important to me because the race has so much history and was very much part of my early days in the sport. It is pretty much a local race where I started triathlon, so many friends will be participating and competing as well, over both the full and 70.3 distances.”

“While Ironman Australia may be an early season race for many, it will be my fourth race of 2018 and second Ironman, having won Ironman New Zealand in March. Expectations as always to continue the build in my training and race performance globally as an athlete.”

“Ironman Australia is very much part of that development and learning. It’s always about transferring the training into the race and executing a performance that I can be proud of and pushes myself to the limits. If I focus on that, then hopefully I am somewhere in the right place at the end of the day.”

“Ironman Australia is one of the historic races around the world. It truly comes alive with the amazing support in Port Macquarie. The course is tough and gritty but has wonderful crowd encouragement.  With the likes of Matthew Flinders Hill on the bike, the tri club alley on the run, it really does make the races pretty special and a brilliant atmosphere,” Laura said.

This year is the 40th anniversary year of the birth of Ironman and Laura is thankful for the huge influence the sport has been on her life as an athlete.

“It is awesome to see the sport grow over the past few years, not just the 40 years. If I think back to when I was growing up in the UK, I didn’t have a clue about triathlon. It was only when I was in Australia, where the sport was, at that time so much bigger, that I discovered it. But now, almost 10years later, I see how big the sport is in the UK, thanks to the likes of Chrissie Wellington but also the Brownlee brothers.”

“In the early years of my time in the sport, my friends and family wouldn’t have heard of triathlon, yet now I have all sorts of people contacting me saying they’ve signed up for a race or event and are training for a triathlon. It’s fantastic.”

“I started the sport as a complete beginner, and I’m now a professional and grateful for the opportunity to follow something I love, and to live my passion day to day. I travel the world training and racing and I know I’m incredibly privileged to do this. It is a lifestyle and has a wonderful community. I’ve met so many amazing people around the world, and heard so many incredible stories. It has given me some fantastic experiences and ‘pinch myself’ moments that I could never have believed or dreamed of,” she said.

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Australia Takes Gold in Commonwealth Games Mixed Relay Triathlon, Gentle Celebrates Big Comeback

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The Australian mixed relay team win gold at the 2018 Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast. Photo: Triathlon Australia/Delly Carr

The Australian team won on its own turf in Saturday’s Gold Coast Commonwealth Games mixed team relay triathlon. The team included Ashleigh Gentle, Matthew Hauser, Jake Birtwhistle, and Gillian Backhouse. Birtwhistle secured the victory in 01:17:36, 52 seconds ahead of England’s team and 01:52 ahead of the bronze winners of New Zealand.

For Birtwhistle, the mixed relay marked a Commonwealth Games podium streak after he nearly closed a wide gap behind South Africa’s Henri Schoeman, in the run leg of Thursday’s men’s triathlon, and won a silver. For Gentle, it was a major comeback story after she missed the Thursday podium by two positions.

Ashleigh Gentle Excels in Relay

Gentle, the third member on the course, made up for a 15-second deficit in the 250m swim leg by handing Birtwhistle a 39-second lead during the 1.5km run, easing his sprint to victory.

Gentle didn’t have it easy. She struggled with Thursday’s silver winner, Jessica Learmonth of Britain, during the entire 7km bike leg, which they completed together. Learmonth had a slight mishap while dismounting her bike, giving Gentle an opportunity to sprint ahead of her in the run before handing the final run stretch to her teammate.

A Tough Week for the Brownlee Brothers

Birtwhistle commanded a solid, and growing lead, over two-time Olympic champion, Alistair Brownlee of England. Brownlee had a rough week after realizing he did not give a prior calf injury enough time to recover. His brother, Jonny, was also recovering from a leg injury.

Who Australia was Up Against

England had a truly all-star team. Other than the Brownlee brothers and Learmonth, the team also included Vicky Holland. In the individual triathlon race, Learmonth and Holland claimed silver and bronze behind Bermuda’s Flora Duffy, who finished in 00:56:50, 43 seconds ahead of Learmonth.

The New Zealand quartet had Tayler Reid, Nicole van der Kaay, Andrew Hewitt, and Ryan Sissons. Sissons, a last minute replacement for Tony Dodds, claimed fifth in the individual triathlon. Dodds finished in 16th. Pundits had high expectations for Hewitt this year, but she finished 13thin the individual race.

 

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XTERRA New Zealand returns to Rotorua for 16th year this Saturday

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Sam Osborne and Jacqui Allen are back to defend their elite titles at the 16th annual XTERRA New Zealand Championship race at Lake Tikitapu in Rotorua on Saturday.

For Osborne, a Rotorua native and the reigning XTERRA Asia-Pacific Tour Champion, it marks the start of another ambitious season of XTERRA racing.

“I’m feeling good & ready,” said Osborne, who won five majors and finished second in the European Tour rankings last year.  “I’ve had a very consistent block of training with no interruptions, and that can only be a good thing.”

Osborne will need to come out of the gates sharp if he is to defend the hometown crown in front of a raucous crowd sure to be filled with his family and friends. The field is stacked with Kiwi greats and Aussie star Ben Allen who has 18 career wins of his own, including two in Rotorua (2012 and 2013).

“Yeah, I’ve seen Benny’s made the trip over earlier than normal, so he’s clearly giving the race and the course a great deal of respect,” said Osborne.  “There’s plenty of big mountain bikers in the field to be concerned about as well. We’re racing at one of the best bike parks in the world and with the swim only being 1km here, it puts a lot of those guys right in the mix. Watch out for Hayden (Wilde) too.  He is coming off a decent racing block with ITU, so you know he’ll be sharp, and he’s not someone you take lightly on the start list.”

Of note, the bike course has seen some significant changes this year, and the new arena is a good one says Osborne.

“The new course is great.  Organizer Frank Clarke has done a good job to get it to flow so well. Rotorua is like a playground of trails so to have a course that links up some of the best cross-country trails we have means it’ll be one of the best bike courses in the world. The talk around the course is its a bit flatter than before but there is a lot of power climbing on loose gravel in there which is incredibly leg sapping. And re-introducing Split Enz was a great move, it’s a trail that has got a lot of free speed if you invest in working the bike down it.  It’s pretty physical to ride it fast but that’s the sort of stuff the mountain bikers can strut their stuff on.”

Wilde, a two-time 15-19 division XTERRA World Champion, finished three minutes behind Osborne in second-place last year and says he’s excited to ditch the road for the dirt this weekend.

“Can’t wait to get back on the trails where it all started and compete at XTERRA again,” said Wilde. “For me, this will be my only XTERRA this year as from May to August I’ll be in Europe racing WTS and World Cups to get as much experience and racing in as possible. I am finding the road stuff fast and exciting, but I miss XTERRA.  Nothing compares to the off-road XTERRA feel and that’s where my triathlon career started so I just love it and can’t wait to race this weekend.”

Keep an eye out for Wilde, as his goal is the 2020 games and the pursuit of the Olympic dream, “but a return to Maui someday is in the cards for sure, I love that place,” he said.

The seemingly endless string of super strong Kiwi XTERRA racers carries on with the likes of Lewis Ryan, the youngest of the Rotorua crew at just 19-years of age.  Ryan won the overall XTERRA Pan Am Championship amateur title two years ago and will make his elite debut on Saturday.

“Lining up with the big boys from here on out,” said the ever-cheerful Ryan.  “Definitely an awesome opportunity and something I’m super stoked to commit too. Making it even more special is that I’m able to pin on my first pro number at home here in Rotorua, so my excitement levels are peaking!”

Ryan said he grew up watching the “old guard” XTERRA pros and feels honoured to toe the line with the legends.

“I’ve been pre-riding the course the last couple days with Ben and Jacqui Allen and it’s brought back a whole load of memories,” he explained. “I grew up watching Ben have some epic battles here and as a kid who knew nothing about triathlon and was just at XTERRA Rotorua to support my Dad, these guys like Ben made the sport look so attractive.  It’ll be special to line up beside one of the good guys of the sport who I’ve idolized since day one.”

As for who he thinks the favourites should be, Ryan says “it’s Sam, Hayden, Ben and Olly Shaw. Olly (also from Rotorua) is always a player here, and they’re all phenomenal athletes.  In terms of the actual race, everyone knows it’s going to be a fast swim. Ben and Sam have proven themselves as some of the best fish in the sea. Going out onto the new bike course, the race dynamic will be a little bit different to previous years and I think it’ll make for an exciting showdown. There’s going to be plenty of opportunities to put moves in over different sections of the course. There’s no obvious make or break sector so I think we’re just going to have to wait and see what happens. For myself, I’ve got certain sections of trail that seem to have a nice flow about them which should make for some good fun come Saturday. My actual goals are completely different to previous races, as I’m really going into it totally relaxed. It’ll be my first time lining up as a pro, so I just want to enjoy the moment and embrace the atmosphere.”

Other elite men on the line include XTERRA veteran Alex Roberts from Taupo and Rodney Bell from Australia.

In the women’s race, Jacqui Slack from Great Britain will be gunning for her third Rotorua crown (she also won in 2012).

“It’s awesome to be back here in Rotorua,” said Slack, who also won XTERRA Tahiti and finished 2nd on the XTERRA Asia-Pacific Tour last year.  “The weather is being kind and the trails are dry and fast. I’m feeling great and training has been going well so I’m ready to kick off the Asia-Pacific Tour. As always, there will be some solid competition from the Kiwi ladies making sure it’s a close race along with our Aussie lass Penny Slater.”

Of note amongst those Kiwi, ladies is Hannah Wells, who was second to Slack here last year, and Kristy Jennings, the reigning 35-39 XTERRA World Champion who will be making her debut in the elite field on Saturday should injuries she suffered in a bike crash last week subside.

“I’m going to ride the mountain bike course to see how I feel and will make the call then,” said Jennings, who also has XTERRA Danao, Tahiti, and Albay on her docket this season.  “It’s a 50/50 chance of racing right now which is super disappointing, but we’ll see.”

Other female elites on the line include Aussie Leela Hancox, who finished fourth at the XTERRA Asia-Pacific Championship race in Malaysia last year, and Laura Mira from Brazil, who was fourth in the XTERRA Pan Am Pro Series last season.

XTERRA New Zealand is the first of four races on the 2018 XTERRA Asia-Pacific Tour, which heads to the Philippines for the one-day Asia-Pacific Championship race in Danao on April 22, follows with XTERRA Tahiti in Moorea on May 11, and wraps up in Albay (Philippines) on June 17.

XTERRA NEW ZEALAND ALL-TIME ELITE WINNERS
Year Men Women
2003 Sam Mallard Evelyn Willamson
2004 Hamish Carter Sonia Foote
2005 Hamish Carter Sonia Foote
2006 Hamish Carter Gina Ferguson
2007 Tim Wilding Gina Ferguson
2008 Terenzo Bozzone Sonia Foote
2009 Richard Ussher Nicola Leary
2010 Scott Thorne Nicola Leary
2011 Richard Ussher Karen Hanlen
2012 Ben Allen Jacqui Slack
2013 Ben Allen Renata Bucher
2014 Conrad Stoltz Barbara Riveros
2015 Braden Currie Suzie Snyder
2016 Braden Currie Lizzie Orchard
2017 Sam Osborne Jacquie Allen

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