Ironman Arizona Results 2017

The Ironman Arizona Results 2017 featured top pros from Canada and the USA.

It was Canadians Brent McMahon and Lionel Sanders of Canada heading a strong field of male pros.

Sanders comes off an excellent effort in Kona. He led the race into the late stages of the run until Patrick Lange came charging to claim the victory.

Sanders posted a time of 8:04:04 to claim second place in the Ironman Hawaii World Championship results 2017.

It was Brent McMahon taking the early lead in the race with a swim time of 49:05. He had plenty of company as six pro men finished the swim in under 50 minutes.

TOP 15 PRO MEN SWIM TIMES

49:05............Brent McMahon        
49:08............Jeremy Jurkiewicz    
49:33............James Capparell      
49:35............Philip Graves        
49:39............Jeff Symonds         
49:44............Sam Holmes           
51:33............Lionel Sanders       
53:27............Clint Kimmins        
53:30............Karl-Johan Danielsson
53:34............Jonathan Shearon     
53:34............Vincent Morizot      
53:36............Michael Patrick Alons
53:37............Tripp Hipple         
53:39............Jesse Vondracek      
53:41............Robbie Wade          

At the 30 mile mark of the bike it was Lionel Sanders leading the way. He had a lead of over a minute on a chase group that included McMahon, Jurkiewicz, and Graves.

Sanders maintained his lead through transition two and onto the marathon course. By the seven mile mark, Sanders was almost 13 minutes ahead of second place Brent McMahon. Jeremy Jurkiewicz was another three minutes back in third.

There was nobody who was going to catch Lionel Sanders. He crossed the finish line first in the Ironman Arizona results 2017 in a time of 7:54:10.

Fellow Canadian Brent McMahon was second in 8:07:40, and Jeremy Jurkiewicz finishes in third with a clocking of 8:15:22.

MALE PRO FINISH TIMES

7:54:10............Lionel Sanders       
8:07:40............Brent McMahon        
8:15:22............Jeremy Jurkiewicz    
8:19:41............Michael Patrick Alons
8:20:38............Jeff Symonds        

In the race for top spot among the pro women in the Ironman Arizona results 2017 strong efforts were expected from Michelle Vesterby and her compatriot Helle Frederiksen.

A challenge could also be expected from Kaisa Sali who was sensational in the World Championship in Kona where she captured fifth place with a time of 9:04::40.

As the race got underway for the pro women it was Frederiksen and Vesterby coming in virtually together with a lead of just over a minute on 3rd place Kelly Williamson.

TOP 12 FEMALE PRO SWIM TIMES

52:06.............Helle Frederiksen    
52:07.............Michelle Vesterby    
53:38.............Kelly Williamson     
54:29.............Katy Evans           
56:30.............Darbi Roberts        
56:32.............Kaisa Sali           
59:11.............Bianca Steurer       
59:13.............Liz Baugher          
59:25.............Melanie McQuaid      
1:00:18...........Sarah Jarvis         
1:00:25...........Corina Hengartner    
1:00:32...........Erin Green         

It was Vesterby and Frederiksen leading the way in the early going on the bike course. They rode just seconds apart and had an early gap of over three minutes on third place Kaisa Sali.

Jen Annett was strong in the second half of the 112 mile bike and moved into the lead. As she entered transition two she had a lead of just over two minutes on Helle Frederiksen. Kaisa Sali was right there in third place and Michelle Vesterby was 3:50 off the pace of the leader.

At mile eight of the marathon it was Jen Annett, Frederiksen, and Sali running in close quarters at the front. Michelle Vesterby was in fourth place, five minutes off the pace.

It was Sali who was proving to be strongest of all as she took over the lead. By the 21 mile mark of the run she had a lead of over three minutes on second place Frederiksen. Jan Annett was in third.

What a great race for Kaisa Sali. She earns top spot on the podium in the Ironman Arizona results 2017 with a winning time of 8:51:54.

It’s her second Ironman victory. She also won Ironman South Africa 2016.

Helle Frederiksen finished in second place in her first Ironman race. Her time was 3:41.

Jen Annett was third in 7:33.

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Ironman 70.3 Los Cabos results 2017

Top pro field races for prize money and Pro Points in Ironman 70.3 Los Cabos results 2017

On Sunday November 12, a top field of pros answered the starting gun for the single-loop 1.9km swim in Palmilla Bay. They were racing for a prize purse of $50,000 and 750 Pro Points.

The swim was followed by a single-loop bike and a two-lap run through San Jose.

Age-group triathletes had the opportunity to claim one of 30 qualifying spots for the 2018 Ironman 70.3 World Championship.

Terenzo Bozzone led the way out of the water with a swim split of 24:19. He had plenty of company however. Only six seconds separated him from Matt Chrabot, Tim O’Donnell, and Kevin Collington.

It was Bozzone and Chrabot making a break on the bike course. Bozzone led Chrabot by 16 seconds as the run began. Tim O’Donnell had 2:30 to make up as he began the run.

TOP FIVE PRO MEN SWIM AND BIKE TIMES

2:31:08.............Terenzo Bozzone      
2:31:23.............Matt Chrabot         
2:33:40.............Tim O'Donnell        
2:33:43.............Jackson Laundry      
2:33:46.............Kevin Collington      

At the with four kilometers to run it was Terenzo Bozzone leading the way by over 3:30 over Matt Chrabo who was still running strong in second place. Tim O’Connell and Kevin Collington were in a battle for the final spot on the podium in the Ironman 70.3 Los Cabos results 2017.

There was no stopping Bozzone and he takes top spot on the podium in Ironman 70.3 Los Cabos results 2017 with a winning time of 3:45:34.

TOP FIVE MALE PRO FINISH TIMES

Terenzoe Bozzone..............3:45:34
Matt Chrabot..................3:49:25
Kevin Collington..............3:51:03
Tim O'Donnell.................3:51:43
Jackson Landry................3:55:53

It was no surprise to see Lauren Brandon lead the way in the swim for the pro women. She managed to create a gap of 1:10 between herself and second place Lindsey Jerdonek. Sheila Treveaven was third, 1:53 off the leader’s pace.

Race favorites Rachel McBride and Anegela Naeth had 2:40 and 4:41 to make up on the leaders.

Actually, that’s exactly what they did. By the time the dust settled after the bike, McBride was first and Naeth was second, just ten seconds behind her. Lauren Brandon was 1:16 back in third place.

TOP FIVE FEMALE PRO SWIM AND BIKE TIMES

2:50:35...........Rachel McBride       
2:50:45...........Angela Naeth         
2:51:51...........Lauren Brandon       
2:52:06...........Lindsey Jerdonek     
2:52:19...........Carrie Lester        
2:54:58...........Jeanni Seymour      

Angela Naeth posted the fastest bike split of the day with a clocking of 2:19:12. Rachel McBride came away with the lead as the run began on the strength of a faster swim split that was two minutes faster than Naeth’s.

At the 8km mark of the run, Naeth had established a lead of about 20 seconds over McBride.

In the final few kilometers of the run Seymour, who was charging hard, claimed second place and closed the gap to Naeth to just seven seconds.

Jeanni Seymour timed her run perfectly and crossed the finish line first in the Ironman 70.3 Los Cabos results 2017. Her winning time was 4:18:23. Angela Naeth was second in 4:18:36, and Carrie Lester was third in 4:21:20.

Ironman Malaysia results 2017

Romaine Guillaume and Diana Riesler post winning times in Ironman Malaysia results 2017

It was an excellent day of racing in Malaysia that featured a sold out field. Top pros raced for prize money of $25,000 and 2000 Pro Points.

Top finishers in all age-group categories had the opportunity to claim one of 50 qualifying spots for the Ironman World Championship scheduled to take place in the Fall of 2018.

MALE PRO START LIST

Fredrik Croneborg 
Romain Guillaume 
Jens Petersen-Bach 
Nicholas Baldwin 
Christian Kramer 
Peru Alfaro 
Carlos Aznar Gallego 
Allister Caird 
Balazs Csoke 
Roman Deisenhofer 
Alain Djouad-Guibert
Eneko Elosegi 
Michael Goehner 
Esben Hovgaard 
Philipp Koutny 
Urs Mller 
Marek Nemcik 
Young-Hwan Oh
Daniil Sapunov 
Michael Smith Larsen 
Kyle Sole 
Josef Svoboda 
Freddy Lampret 

Balazs Csoke led a lead pack of four pro men out of the water with his swim split of 48 minutes flat. Romain Guillaume was just five seconds pack in second place. Another three and four seconds back were Danill Sapunov and Christian Kramer. The rest of the field had 2:30 or more to make up on the leader.

Romain Guillaume took charge of the race on the bike course. By the time he reached transition two, he had a lead of 10:48 over Christian Kramer who was in second place.

PRO TEN MEN SWIM AND BIKE TIMES

Romain GUILLAUME.............5:19:15
Christian KRAMER.............5:30:04 
Roman DEISENHOFER............5:30:11
Jens PETERSEN-BACH...........5:34:37
Nicholas BALDWIN.............5:37:32
Daniil SAPUNOV...............5:42:21 
Michael SMITH LARSEN.........5:43:28 
Urs MÜLLER...................5:44:50 
Freddy LAMPRET...............5:58:49 
Eneko ELOSEGI................6:03:20 

There was no stopping Guillaume. His lead off the bike proved to be insurmountable and he claimed top spot on the podium in the Ironman Malaysia results 2017. His winning time was 8:32:53.

MALE PRO FINISH TIMES

Romain GUILLAUME...........8:32:53
Jens PETERSEN-BACH.........8:36:43 
Roman DEISENHOFER..........8:40:44 
Christian KRAMER...........8:46:52 
Nicholas BALDWIN...........8:56:17 
Michael SMITH LARSEN.......9:09:04 
Urs MÜLLER.................9:13:32 
Carlos AZNAR GALLEGO.......9:16:45
Young-Hwan OH..............9:19:46 
Eneko ELOSEGI..............9:32:07 

German female pros Mareen Hufe and Diana Riesler were most definitely the favorites in this compact field as the starting gun sounded to begin the race.

FEMALE PRO START LIST

Diana Riesler 
Mareen Hufe
Saleta Castro Nogueira 
Danielle Mack 
Parys Edwards 
Shiao-Yu Li 
Katharina Grohmann 
Annabel Diawuoh 
Manon Genet 

Laurel Wasner was fastest out of the water for the pro women. She was 1:28 of Saleta Castro Nogueira who was second. Diana Riesler was 2:08 off the pace in third and Maureen Hufe was fourth with 2:13 to make up on the leader.

Much as expected, it was Reisler and Hufe out-pacing the field on the bike course.

Reisler had a lead of 7:44 as she began the marathon.

TOP FIVE FEMALE PRO SWIM AND BIKE TIMES

Diana RIESLER............5:57:35
Mareen HUFE..............6:05:20 
Manon GENÊT..............6:08:03 
Parys EDWARDS............6:18:47 
Saleta CASTRO NOGUEIRA...6:19:42  

Diana Riesler was fastest on the run by far and she crossed the finish line first in the Ironman Malaysia results 2017 with a winning time of 9:19:00

TOP FOUR FEMALE PRO FINISH TIMES

Diana RIESLER............9:19:00
Mareen HUFE..............9:27:22 
Manon GENÊT..............9:36:13 
Saleta CASTRO NOGUEIRA...9:38:35 

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Ironman Florida results 2017

Age-group athletes post excellent times in Ironman Florida results 2017

The fastest time of the day was posted by James Burke when he broke the tape in 8:23:33.

The fastest overall female was Elyse Gallegos in 9:39:51.

Excellent times were posted across all age-categories. Congratulations to all those who answered the starting gun on Saturday November 4, 2017. I hope you all realized your Ironman dreams and goals.

Be sure to click the link below for complete age-group results.

Top age-group finishers in Ironman Florida results 2017

FEMALE 18-24

Alex Whelan............11:48:00
Beverly Dobrenz........12:05:29
Margaret Lloyd.........12:24:44

MALE 18-24

Michael Latifi..........9:21:57
Carlos Ferreira.........9:49:45
Babtiste Ferrand........10:03:27

FEMALE 25-29

Angela Quick............10:00:18
Paige Kelly.............10:07:57
Kimberley Stoveld.......10:10:07

MALE 25-29

Quentin Kurc Boucau......8:53:40
Matti Weitz..............9:06:12
Johan Karner.............9:18:43

FEMALE 30-34

Elyse Gallegos...........9:39:51
Leah Sherriff............10:22:19
Maranda Wilkinson........10:22:19

MALE 30-34

Derek De Korver...........8:39:08
Nicholas Gough............9:01:47
Steve Jackson.............9:03:30

FEMALE 35-39

Florencia Morales.........9:41:56
Tiffany Johnson...........10:58:59
Maria Gennan..............11:01:56

MALE 35-39

James Burke...............8:23:33
Chris Standidge...........8:58:28
Stefaan Veldeman..........8:59:27

FEMALE 40-44

Annie Gervais.............10:11:10
Dana Bullard..............10:24:05
Dana Dambrauskas..........10:27:34

MALE 40-44

Matthew Davidson..........9:11:51
Vincent Legere............9:19:40
Gustavo Gennari...........9:22:50

FEMALE 45-49

Suzy Thomas...............10:02:08
Rebecca Carpenter.........10:23:51
Daniele Flammang..........10:29:49

MALE 45-49

Pedro Cerize...............9:15:14
John Hessian...............9:19:43
Chris Ziemann..............9:19:53

FEMALE 50-54

Patti Lawrence.............10:38:41
Kaisa Jakobson.............10:42:12
Mia Kronberg Christensen...11:12:26

MALE 50-54

Daniel Fasanelli...........9:37:02
Eric Abecassis.............9:49:13
Paul Gompers...............9:51:34

FEMALE 55-59

Julia Daggett..............11:03:31
Gail Norman................11:20:47
Ginger Spansel.............11:46:38

MALE 55-59

Larkin Carter..............9:50:50
John Wilson................9:57:30
Andre Graff................10:16:47

FEMALE 60-64

Laura Sophiea..............11:16:55
Sharon Johnson.............11:23:07
Ruth Marie Embler..........13:30:34

MALE 60-64

Kevin Berg.................11:17:20
Robert Kilinski............11:29:07
Floyd Goolsby..............11:57:03

FEMALE 65-69

Sandra Rinderer.............13:57:42
Cande Olsen.................14:49:25
Donna Garrison..............16:34:17

MALE 65-69

Tom Kinneman................11:04:41
Frank Goulard...............12:06:57
Rob Howitt..................12:58:26

FEMALE 70-74

Susan Thompson...............15:50:18

MALE 70-74

Jerry Magliulo...............12:52:23
Daniel O'Connell.............15:21:15
Richard Weinbrandt...........15:38:46

MALE 75-79

Abdel K. Fustok...............15:04:54

PC ATHLETE

Glenn Hartrick.................13:11:07

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Ironman 70.3 Austin results 2017

Pro and age-group athletes featured in Ironman 70.3 Austin results 2017

Many races in 2017 have featured age-group athletes only, but Austin, Texas, perhaps the fittest city in America, welcomes both on Sunday October 29, 2017.

The race was kicked off with a 1.2-mile one-loop swim in Decker Lake. It was followed by a one-loop 56-mile bike through hilly farmland. The 13.1-mile run was three loops and took athletes along the Lake Decker shoreline.

MALE PRO START LIST

Tollakson TJ
Hanson Matt
Long Sam
Bach Elliot
Bradley Scott
Cavelier Sacha
Cook James
Deckard Robbie
Dominguez Ivan
Jolicoeur Desroches Antoine
Ems Tyler
Fast Andrew
Garufi Beau
Good Cameron
Hemming Eli
Joaquim Bruno
Jordan Tyler
Loeschke Franz
Matthews Paul
Melo Breno
Metzler Justin
Reid Taylor
Schroeder Chris
Schuster Patrick
Staer Nathan Mikael
Svensson Jesper
Winslow Timothy
Zawaski Steven

As the race got underway, it was Jesper Svensson leading the way out of the water for the pro men with a very fast swim split of 23:25.

He managed to create a gap of almost one minute on second place Bruno Joaquim who led a chase group of six in to transition one.

TOP TEN MALE PRO SWIM TIMES

23:35...........Jesper Svensson      
24:27...........Bruno Joaquim        
24:33...........Franz Loeschke       
24:34...........Tj Tollakson         
24:35...........Paul Matthews        
24:35...........Eli Hemming          
24:39...........Cameron Good         
25:10...........Justin Metzler       
25:16...........Timothy Winslow      
25:23...........Taylor Reid          

TJ Tollakson was the class of the field as far as the bike leg going into the race and he showed why on the course.

Once he got to the front, he never looked back. He finished the bike with a lead of 2:54 over Justin Metzler who was in second place. Unfortunately, a very slow transition cost Tollakson much of his lead. He began the run with a lead of about one minute.

At the the one mile mark the lead was still one minute over Franz Loeschke who was hanging onto second. Justin Metzler was just two seconds behind him, and Taylor Reid was just ten seconds behind the leader.

By mile two, his lead was cut in half as Loeschke closed the gap. A mile later there was a lead change as Loeschke moved to the front.

By mile seven it was Loeschke with a lead of 90 seconds over Metzler who had moved into second.

Tollakson and Reid were two minutes off the pace.

Loeschke could not be caught and claims top spot on the podium in the Ironman 70.3 Austin results 2017.

Svensson beats Metzler by one second to claim second place.

MALE PRO FINISH TIMES

3:53:50.........Franz Loeschke       
3:55:06.........Jesper Svensson      
3:55:07.........Justin Metzler       
3:57:07.........Tj Tollakson         
3:57:53.........Taylor Reid 

It was a very strong field of pro women who answered the starting gun for the swim.

Exciting to see Canadian Paula Findlay in the race today. I believe this might be her very first pro start. She was one of Canada’s best international triathletes for several years.

Best of luck Paula!

FEMALE PRO START LIST

Seymour Jeanni
True Sarah
Wendorff Amanda
Brown Christen
Bruck Kate
Davis-Hayes Cecilia
Findlay Paula
Hill Alycia
Lester Sarah
Oliver Brittany
Parubocha Kateryna
Ramsey Lenny
Rusch Maggie
Sanjana Frankie
Shannon Caroline
Smith Kearci
Spieldenner Jennifer
Thoren Annie
Van Der Merwe Natasha
McQuaid Melanie
Higgins Brittany

Jennifer Spieldenner, Jeanni Seymour, and Sarah True battled it out in the swim with Spieldenner coming out on top with a swim split of 25:21. Only two seconds separated third from first.

Paula Findlay had a strong start to her race and finished fourth, just forty seconds off the pace of the leaders.

FEMALE PRO SWIM TIMES

25:21.........Jennifer Spieldenner 
25:22.........Jeanni Seymour       
25:23.........Sarah True           
26:03.........Paula Findlay        
26:48.........Annie Thoren         
27:11.........Brittany Oliver      
27:31.........Christen Brown       
28:29.........Melanie McQuaid      
28:45.........Kearci Smith         
29:49.........Natasha Van Der Merwe
29:53.........Brittany Higgins    

Jennifer Spieldenner, Sarah True, Paula Findlay, and Jeanni Seymour were in a group of four leading the way on the bike course at the 25 mile mark. By the end of the bike, six women were through transition and onto the run course separated by 40 seconds.

A speedy transition vaulted True into the lead. At the one mile mark she was leading second place Paula Findlay by almost a minute.

True was unable to shake off Findlay who was matching her pace one minute back at the six mile mark. At mile nine nothing changed. Findlay was still a bit over a minute back, and a sure bet for second place at least as Jeanni Seymour was a full two minutes behind her in third spot.

Just past the ten mile mark and True had stretched out her lead to 1:30 over Findlay who was still well-placed in second. Jeanni Seymour was still in third, almost 4:30 off the pace of the leader.

Sarah True is the 2017 Ironman 70.3 Austin champion with a time of 4:21:18.

In just her first 70.3 start, Paul Findlay of Canada takes second place. Great job Paula!

TOP FIVE FEMALE PRO FINISH TIMES

 4:21:18..........Sarah True           
 4:23:02..........Paula Findlay        
 4:26:35..........Jeanni Seymour       
 4:29:48..........Jennifer Spieldenner 
 4:31:27..........Christen Brown       

Top age-group finishers in Ironman 70.3 Austin results 2017

OVERALL MALE………Corbin Hudacek
OVERALL FEMALE…….Chealsea Tiner

FEMALE 18-24

Amanda Milner............4:48:30

MALE 18-24

J M Flores...............4:23:13

FEMALE 25-29

Fiona Moriarty...........4:54:23

MALE 25-29

Corbin Hudacek............4:14:01

FEMALE 30-34

Chealsea Tiner............4:48:30

MALE 30-34

Josiah Leuenberger........4:18:03

FEMALE 35-39

Katie Corbin..............5:02:13

MALE 35-39

Mike Mendoza..............4:43:49

FEMALE 40-44

Gemma Hollis..............5:18:29

MALE 40-44

Jack Cartwright............4:23:21

FEMALE 45-49

Heather Meizer.............5:22:37

MALE 45-49

Carlos Sandoval............4:35:39

FEMALE 50-54

Colleen De Reuck............4:50:01

MALE 50-54

Darren De Reuck............4:40:40

FEMALE 55-59

Lauren Smith...............5:12:21

MALE 55-59

Chris Hughes...............5:14:05

FEMALE 60-64

Karlene Ivy................6:03:13

MALE 60-64

Tony Dalessandro...........5:59:51

FEMALE 65-69

Diane Cridennda............6:38:31

MALE 65-69

David Hodges..............5:52:13

MALE 70-74

Timothy Mason.............6:29:43

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