Tim Lang and Jennifer Davis top amateurs at Xterra Asia-Pacific Championship

Tim Lang and Jennifer Davis were the top amateurs on the day. Lang finished 7th overall, ahead of several pros and almost three minutes ahead of last weekend overall amateur champion at XTERRA New Zealand Matt Backler. Davis was the ninth overall female and almost four minutes ahead of amateur runner-up Sophie Bos-Stapley. All of the age group champions and dozens more of the top performers earned a qualifying spot into the XTERRA World Championship on November 1, 2015 in Kapalua, Maui, and the top Aussies in each division were crowned National Champs.

Age Groupers at Xterra Asia Pacific 2015 - Photo Credit: Neil Scotney
Age Groupers at Xterra Asia Pacific 2015 – Photo Credit: Neil Scotney


Male 15-19 Tom MONTGOMERY 3:24:53
Male 20-24 Chris MUTTON 3:21:44
Male 25-29 Alex ROBERTS 2:50:51
Male 30-34 Nathan JONES 2:41:11
Male 35-39 Matt BACKLER 2:40:58
Male 40-44 Russell KENNEDY 2:46:34
Male 45-49 Tim LANG 2:37:50
Male 50-54 Chris DIMOS 2:57:11
Male 55-59 John HILL 3:08:17
Male 60-64 Richard JEFFREY 3:09:28
Male 70-74 Ray LICHTWARK 3:30:22


Female 15-19 Matilda TERRY 3:27:07
Female 20-24 Tilly HORMAN 3:54:45
Female 25-29 Jessica EGAN 3:33:16
Female 30-34 Jennifer DAVIS 3:05:58
Female 35-39 Michelle MORRIS 3:28:13
Female 40-44 Katrina SKELLERN 3:20:32
Female 45-49 Sophie BOS-STAPLEY 3:09:35
Female 50-54 Lindy KRONEN 3:32:35
Female 55-59 Jennifer STRACK 3:31:48

Full Results



The XTERRA Asia-Pacific Championship is proudly supported by the NSW Government through its tourism and major events agency, Destination NSW.  Presenting sponsors include John Paul Mitchell Systems, the world’s largest privately owned professional salon hair care company, Outrigger Resorts – one of the largest and fastest growing privately-held leisure lodging, retail and hospitality companies in the Asia-Pacific and Oceania regions, 220 Triathlon Australia/NZ, and XTERRA Wetsuits & Boards Australia – the official swim sponsor.



Karl Hayes

Head of Rest and Recovery

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