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Monday, June 19, 2017
Murphy & Smith Win Heroes Sprint Triathlon

Karen Smith
Tucker Murphy and Karen Smith are the 2017 Heroes Day Sprint Triathlon Male and Female Champions which starts and finishes at the Harrington Sound Dock.

Murphy was the only competitor to come in under the hour mark clocking a time of 59.26, Steve Smith was second with a time of 1:01.46 and Smith was the first female and 3rd overall stopping the clock in a time of 1:04.01.

National Heroes Day Home Event Full Distance Results 750m Swim-11.5 mile Bike-4.7K Run

59.26 Tucker Murphy
1.01.46 Steve Smith
1.04.01 Karen Smith

1.04.19 Alan Potts
1.05.35 Ben Lau
1.05.41 Alec Shepherd
1.05.52 Tim Patterson
1.06.07 Kevin Ronaldson
1.08.51 Spencer Conway
1.09.08 John Thompson
1.09.21 Melissa Logie
1.09.35 Gerhard Boonstra
1.10.54 Sharon Hammond
1.11.54 David Souter
1.12.09 Becky Shepherd
1.14.50 Claire McDevitt
1.15.18 Tim Palmer
1.15.58 Richard Hammond
1.21.26 Diana Wright
1.22.53 Lara Rogers
1.45.05 Elinor Lucas


1.07.44 NIckPilgrim/Wes Lindo/Wes Lindo

1.09.11 John Thompson/Spencer Smith/Caleb Ingham

Super Sprint 400m Swim/6.5 mile Bike/2k Run

38.43 Lynsey Palmer

43.24 Steve Petty
46.53 Deb Norman

Swim only (750m)

10.31 Nick Pilgrim
10.37 Caleb Ingham
12.47 Andrew Davis
14.15 Joel Matthews

750m swim/6.5 mile bike/2K run

49.17 Duncan Scott

750m swim/6.5 mile bike/no run

38.37 Julia Hawley
Friday, June 16, 2017
Injured Hawley Pulls Out of European Championships

A crash while training forced Erica Hawley to withdraw from the European Junior Elite Championships in Austria.

Hawley sustained a shoulder injury and it was decided that she not compete in order not to risk further injury.

Thursday, June 15, 2017
BTA Tri-A-Tri Series Round Up

Tucker Murphy
The Bermuda Triathlon Association’s Tri-A-Tri Super Sprint Series resumed at the Clearwater Beach, with one of the biggest fields taking part this year.

Tucker Murphy clocked a winning time of 23.59, with Alan Potts finishing second with a time of 24.45 and Dominic White finished third stopping the clock in a time of 25.45. Sharon Hammond was the first female finisher and 7th overall clocking a time of 28.13.

Standard Distance - 200m Swim/8K Bike/1.6K Run

23.59 Tucker Murphy

24.45 Alan Potts
25.45 Dominic White
26.22 Neil de st Croix
26.44 Tim Fox
27.45 Tim Palmer
28.13 Sharon Hammond
28.26 Gerhard Boonstra
28.39 Otis Ingham
29.01 Ali Eykyn
29.23 Julian Fletcher
30.43 Laura Hope
31.04 Wenda Roberts
32.38 Debs Norman
32.42 Rachel Ward
32.45 Lara Rogers
33.07 Linda Yorston
36.35 Dave Hope
38.07 Rene Notter
38.31 Liz Arnold
38.44 Gary Stockley

200m Swim/8K Bike/1 lap Run

36.02 Josh Fox

100m Swim/8K Bike/1.6K Run

30.15 Nazarai Fox

100m Swim/2 laps Bike/1.6K Run

24.57 Jake Smith

No Swim/8K Bike/1 lap Run

27.49 Paul Fielder

Wednesday, June 14, 2017
Butterfield Records a DNF in Boulder Ironman

Bermuda Olympian Tyler Butterfield competed in the Boulder Ironman event, however he did not finish.

Midway through the Bike Course Butterfield has a slice tire that took him out of the race.

Butterfield on his social media page said, “Everything happens for a reason, I was able to get new wheel and bit later finished bike and 10 miles of the run.”

“My goal was to compete in front of my kids, so it was probably a blessing with the slice tire, it made me be a bit smarter than I can be about the objectives of the day.”

Sunday, June 11, 2017
Flora Duffy Wins World Triathlon Leeds

Duffy Heading to the Finish Line
Bermuda Olympian and three time World Champion Flora Duffy won the 2017 Columbia Threadneedle World Triathlon Leeds, picking up her second win of the season, which is the fourth stop of the 2017 World Triathlon Series.

Duffy clocked a winning time of 1:57.02.

After the first lap, Duffy was in fourth clocking 8:53, Jessica Learmonth from Great Britain was leading with a time of 8:50.

Duffy came out of the water still in 4th, she was 10 seconds behind Learmonth. Learmonth was clocked at 18:55 on the Swim, Maya Kingma from the Netherlands was out in second in 19:03, with Alice Betto from Italy was third out of the water in 19:03 and Duffy was clocked at 19:04.

After the first lap on the Bike, Duffy moved to the front of the pack, she had a time of 44:31, the same time as Taylor Spivey from USA.

After the fourth completed lap, four riders including Duffy all have the same time of 1:02:46.

Duffy completed the Bike course leading the pack into transition with a time of 1:21:58, chasing behind are Betto who was clocked at 1:21.59, Spivey at 1:22.01 and Kingma was next at 1:22.02.

Duffy has opened up a 34 second lead after the first lap on the Run course clocking 1:30:06, Spivey is in second clocking 1:30:40, Betto is third in 1:30:51.

After two laps, Duffy’s lead increased to 1.01, with a time of 1:38:46, Spivey remained in second clocking 1:39:47 and Betto looks set to take third with a time of 1:40:08.

The lead has grown to 1.12 as Duffy has only one lap to complete, Duffy has a time of 1:47:44, Spivey made the turn at 1:48:56 and Betto was clocked at 1:49:49.

Duffy then clocked a final lap time of 9:19 to record a overall time of 1:57.02, finishing 1.30 ahead of Spivey who was clocked at 1:58.32 and Betto completed the podium with a time of 1:59.36.

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