The Bermuda Triathlon Association Super Sprint Series continued at the Clearwater Beach.
Zoe Hasselkuss picked up the win in the Standard Distance race, Hasselkuss was clocked over the 200m Swim/8K Bike/1.6K Run distance in a time of 28.05, Nico Davis was second in 28.25 and David Souter was third in 28.28.
Standard Distance - 200m Swim/8K Bike/1.6K Run
28.05 Zoe Hasselkuss 28.25 Nico Davis 28.28 David Souter 29.02 Dirk Hasselkuss 29.25 Malcolm Hardman 29.35 Jasmin Hasselkuss 29.44 Steve Wells 30.04 Dustin Luck 30.33 Christine Souter 30.51 Amber Simons 31.14 Jasmin Hasselkuss 32.45 Liz Harris 33.06 Maria Duffy 34.06 Ava Gabai-Maiato 34.21 Nicky Hallett 35.17 Sean Wonfer 36.28 Charlotte Millington 36.34 Linda Yorston 37.07 Simon Fraser 37.41 Melissa Moore 38.33 Mel Sousa 40.38 Judith Howe Tucker
29.25 Malcolm Hardman 29.48 Tammy Ingham 37.38 Litanya Smith
200m Swim/3 laps Bike
23.05 Chloe Castree
Tuesday, June 19, 2018
Blackburn Finishes 2nd in Sprint Triathlon
Lisa Blackburn competed in the 2018 Mack Cycle Sprint Triathlon Trilogy #1 in Key Biscayne, Florida
Blackburn finished second competing in the Sprint Distance female 45-49 Age Group.
Blackburn clocked an overall time of 1:03:53.30 which put her across the line 90th overall. Blackburn was the 18th Female overall.
Blackburn clocked a time of 5:27 on the Swim, she would then clock 30:26 on the Bike Course, before closing out with a time of 25:31 on the Run Course.
Monday, June 18, 2018
Bermuda Hero’s Day 2018 Home Triathlon Round Up
The Bermuda Triathlon Association hosted their Annual Bermuda Hero’s Day Home Triathlon in the Harrington Sound.
Geoff Smith and Maddie Durkin were crowned the 2018 Male and Female Champions following and Approximate Sprint Distance 700m Swim, 18K Bike and 4.6K Run.
Smith clocked a time of 1:00.54, this after clocking 12.12 on the Swim, 28.54 on the Bike and 19.46 on the Run Course, Will Green was second in 1:07.26, while Teddy Shum was the third Male but 5th overall clocking 1:12.21.
Durkin was third overall she was clocked in 1:07.33, she would exit the water in a time of 11.58, she clocked 34.21 on the Bike and 19.48 on the Run, Laura Norman was the second female finisher and 4th overall clocking a time of 1:08.27 and the third Female was Caroline Wright who was 6th overall with a time of 1:14.02.
Approximate Sprint Distance 700m Swim - 18K Bike - 4.6K Run
1.00.54 Geoff Smith 1.07.26 Will Green 1.07.33 Maddie Durkin 1.08.37 Laura Norman 1.12.21 Teddy Shum 1.14.02 Caroline Wright 1.15.02 Christine Da Costa 1.15.09 Liz Stewart 1.16.45 Colm Homan 1.18.24 Charlie Duffy 1.19.17 Maria Duffy 1.19.22 Randy Smith 1.19.53 Liz Harris 1.19.57 Sharon Craig 1.20.19 Jenn Wilson 1.21.32 Bryce Williams 1.22.05 Seamus Durkin 1.25.08 Chris Jones
700m Swim - 18K Bike
45.43 Nick Pilgrim 47.06 Chris Eaton 52.41 Julia Hawley 54.27 Martin Bolton 1.06.42 Kirsty Jones 1.12.27 Judith Howe Tucker
Following the first race of the Bermuda Triathlon Association 2018 Season www.islandstats.com can now bring you the current Series Standings.
Following their Olympic Distance wins Phillip Mace and Karen Smith are the Male and Female Leaders with 200 points each.
In the Men’s Division, Mace leads Sergey Ulnayenko by 20 points, with Geoff Smith in third place with 160 points, Alan Potts holds down the 4th place spot with 140 points and Alex Kronenberg is 5th with 130 points.
On the Ladies side, Smith leads Maddie Durkin who is in second with 180 points, Alison Petty is in third with 160 points, with Sharon Hammond 4th with 140 points and Viv Lochhead rounds out the top five with 130 points.
Monday, June 11, 2018
Hawley Comments Following Mexico World Cup
Yesterday on the same day of the Bermuda Triathlon Association’s Olympic Distance National Championships, albeit too late to be copied, www.islandstats.com reported Erica Hawley competed in Mexico.
Hawley raced in the World Cup in Huatulco, Mexico and finished 18th.
Today we bring you comments that Hawley, “This was a great result for me and I am really pleased with how the race went. I was racing as part of the International Triathlon Union Team Asics Development Program which provides racing opportunities at various world cups this year.”
Hawley continued, “This has been an amazing opportunity for me as I was travelling alone and without my coach and they provided me with endless support.”
“I came out of the water in 9th place just 10 seconds behind the first 8. Our “chase” pack quickly caught on to the leaders and we were a big pack of 20+ for the rest of the bike. I had a pretty decent run but did suffer on the 2nd lap of the run due to the heat,” continued Hawley.
Hawley concluded, “The course was quite tough with a small hill on the bike and the run and of course it was very hot in Mexico. This was a great start to the rest of my racing for the year and I am very happy with my progress from the last World Cup I did in March. This is only my second World Cup so I couldn't be happier with how the race went for me today. I gained ITU points and Olympic points which was the goals. Still lots to work on but progression being made.”