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Sunday, June 16, 2019
Hawley Explains World Cup DNF

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Yesterday www.islandstats.com reported Erica Hawley recorded a Did Not Finish while competing in the Nur-Sultan World Cup Triathlon in Kazakhstan.

Today we bring you comments made by Hawley following the event she posted on social media.

Hawley wrote, ďIím leaving Nur-Sultan with blood, sweat and tears, and my first DNF.

Firstly, the race got changed to a Duathlon: 5km Run, 40km Bike and 10km Run due to water quality, but hey ho thatís pretty common nowadays.

The first 1km into the run, splat Iím on the ground trampled over and left in the dust, due to officials leaving cones in the middle of the course, and I was then left playing catch-up.

I started the bike in pretty much last position but managed to fight my way to the lead pack with the help of a few girls and clock the 2nd fastest Bike Split.

I started the 10km cooked and after feeling nauseous and hurt, I decided to pull out. Many mixed emotions, but itís all part of racing.Ē

Hawley concluded, ďAlso, it was inspiring watching teammates Wian Sullwald and Matt McElroy round out the podium in the Menís race, and I am wishing Kyleigh Spearing a speedy recovery on her 2nd broken arm! Iím starting to think Iím her bad luck charm.Ē
Saturday, June 15, 2019
Hawley Did Not Finish Nur-Sultan World Cup

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Japanís Ai Ueda showed she is back with a bang after her bike accident in Abu Dhabi, laying down a scintillating run display on Saturday morning to win Gold in the Nur-Sultan World Cup.

The race format had to be changed to a Duathlon due to water quality issues, and it was Ueda who summoned all her experience to adapt and thrive among a strong field, finishing ahead of Irelandís Carolyn Hayes and Great Britainís Kate Waugh.

Unfortunately Bermudaís Erica Hawley Did Not Finish, she clocked 18:41 on the first Run, she then recorded a time of 1:02.31 on the Bike Course and then she did not record a time on the Second Run Course.

Ueda clocked a time of 1:56.38, while Hayes finished 17 seconds back in a time of 1:56.55 and Waugh was clocked at 1:57.28.
Thursday, June 13, 2019
Bermuda Thursday Night Sprint Series

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The Bermuda Triathlon Associationís Super Sprint Thursday Night Series enjoyed another great session at Clearwater Beach on a very hot and humid evening.

A total of 46 Athletes were registered with 15 youngsters taking part in the shorter race Ė 100m Swim / 5.3km Bike / 800m Run, 21 athletes (including some juniors) took part in the longer race Ė 200m Swim / 8km Bike / 1.6km Run and 8 athletes competed in varied combinations.

Youngster Coelan Cabral had an incident on the bike and had to be taken to the Lamb Foggo Urgent Care Centre by his parents but it he was understood to be fine.

Tommy Marshall won the Longer Distance race with a time of 23:05, Karen Smith finished second clocking 25:58 and finishing third was Clive Langley who clocked 26.32.

Harris Fleming won the Short Distance event with a time of 18:33.

200m Swim / 8km Bike / 1.6km Run

23:05 Tommy Marshall

25:58 Karen Smith
26:32 Clive Langley
26:36 David Soutter
26:52 Jong Vivencio
26:58 Nico Davis
27:33 Daria Desmond
27:50 Rory Fleming
28:25 Callum MacFarlane
28:37 Elizabeth Stewart
28:57 Anton Doloricon
29:07 Peter Tadman
29:22 Matthew Viney
29:34 Zoe Robert
30:02 Maria Duffy
31:41 Gerhard Boonstra
31:55 Ava Gabia-Maiato
32:45 Joanna Heaney
35:13 Marie Taylor
35:48 Lara Rogers
35:57 Jo Alllitt

100m Swim / 5.3km Bike / 800m Run (kids)

18:33 Harris Fleming

19:15 Jamie MacFarlane
21:18 Makao Butterfield
21:23 Lachlan Soutter
21:24 Dylan Eislet
21:39 Sanchez Smith
22:27 Jeon Wolfe
23:23 Kelise Wade
26:34 Rogan Cabral
27:04 Axel Wideman
29:59 Ben Allitt
30:56 Nell Wightman
33:00 Jessica Allitt
33:16 Masaki Kitade
33:53 Jackson Langley
Monday, June 10, 2019
Butterfield Finishes 7th in IRONMAN Boulder

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Tyler Butterfield finished 7th competing in the 2019 IRONMAN Boulder. The event was offering 40 qualifying slots to the 2019 IRONMAN World Championship in Kona, Hawaii.

Butterfield would cross the line in a time of 8:44.08. Matt Hanson from the United States of America picked up the win in a time of 7:57.03, another American Kenneth Peterson was second in 8:01.35 and Timothy OíDonnell made it a USA podium clean sweep when he finished third with a time of 8:09.37.

Butterfield would clock a time of 54.03 on the Swim that took place in the Boulder Reservoir.

Butterfield would then cover the Bike Course in a time of 4:22.45 on a multi-loop course which was contained within Boulder County.

Butterfield then closed out with a Run time of 3:18.20 on a winding course through residential neighborhoods and the Boulder Creek Trail.

Butterfield said, ďIím still smiling from the Boulder Ironman, it was nice to feel that passion for doing a race just to do it. No other reason than deep down I do just love doing Triathlons, I hope and donít think Iíll ever lose that.Ē

ďIt was also so exciting to see my cousin Scott McCalmon do his first IRONMAN and crush it in 10:22, You are an IRONMAN!,Ē concluded Butterfield.




Sunday, June 09, 2019
Hawley Finishes 27th in Mexico World Cup Triathlon

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Erica Hawley turned in a solid performance competing in the 2019 Huatulco ITU Triathlon World Cup event in Mexico.

Hawley was part of the ASICS World Triathlon Team.

Competing in the Elite Womenís race Hawley finished 27th overall with a time of 1:03.43, Hawley finished 3.13 behind the winner Summer Rappaport from the United States of America who was clocked in 1:00.56, Alexandra Razarenova from Russia was second in 1:01.05 and Lisa Perterer from Austria finished third with a time of 1:01.18.

Hawley came out of the water with a Swim time of 10:04, she would then cover the Bike Course in a time of 32:32, before completing the Run Course in a time of 19:43.

The other members of the ASICS World Triathlon Team, saw Leslie Amat Alvarez crossed the line 24th with a time of 1:03.14, Marion Kim Mangrobang finished 33rd clocking 1:05.16 and Antoanela Manac Did Not Finish.


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