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Official Results Given for Gillette Wall2Wall Triathlon

The results of the Gillette Wall2Wall Triathlon include the Sprint Distance (.5-mile swim/14-mile bike/3-mile run), and the Try-A-Try (250-yard swim/4.5-mile bike/1.5-mile run). The triathlons were held on Sunday, Oct. 23.

SPRINT DISTANCE: .5-MILE SWIM/14-MILE BIKE/3-MILE RUN

MEN ———SWIM ——-BIKE —– RUN —–TOTAL

UNDER 20

1) Mikey Dizon 8.38/ 46.56/ 29.16/ 1.24.50

2) Antonio Lewitt 8.25/ 55.40/ 31.34/ 1.35.39

20-29

1) Marcus Sydney 9.10/ 45.01/ 24.49/ 1.19.00

2) Dwight Reaves ****/ 1.19.00/ 38.25/ 1.57.25

30-39

1) Billy Bohlke 11.40/ 50.52/ 19.36/ 1.24.08

2) Steve Wagner 13.00/ 59.39/ 29.59/ 1.42.38

40-49

1) Dedrick Luikens 8.43/ 42.45/ 23.18/ 1.14.46

2) Jay Gleason 9.10/ 46.24/ 23.50/ 1.19.24

3) Jason Snow 9.50/ 52.36/ 25.05/ 1.29.19

4) Kevin Moran 12.38/ 1.01.58/ 34.21/ 1.49.07

50-59

1) Scott Fricks 10.00/ 45.34/ 24.33/ 1.20.07

2) Troy Holloway 11.38/ 44.22/ 25.22/ 1.21.22

3) Mike Klein 10.40/ 50.34/ 23.15/ 1.24.29

4) Daryl Jaschen 8.38/ 1.01.22/ 27.02/ 1.37.02

5) Roberto Blewitt 16.00/ 1.12.06/ 45.14/ 2.13.20

WOMEN

30-39

1) Esther Ellis 10.07/ 45.27/ 24.51/ 1.20.25

2) Allison Janusziewicz 12.00/ 45.18/ 23.50/ 1.21.08

3) Julie Sommer 10.10/ 47.08/ 24.14 /1.21.32

RELAY

1) Farquar/Brown/Snow 8.53/ 42.35/ 25.13/ 1.16.41

2) Fricks/Seilig/Kuczynski 11.18/ 46.39/ 21.51/ 1.19.48

3) Klein/Bourque 10.00/ 50.52/ 28.08/ 1.29.00

TRY-A-TRY – 250-YARD SWIM/4.5-MILE BIKE/1.5-MILE RUN

MALE

1) Brice Richards 5.43/ 18.02/ 12.15/ 36.00

2) Mason Lambert 6.30/ 18.01/ 12.44/ 37.15

3) Kaeden Gleason 6.12/ 19.02/ 12.22/ 37.36

WOMEN

1) Megan Lambert 8.23/ 20.31/ 14.06/ 43.00

2) Mallory Gleason 6.26/ 19.53/ 23.40/ 49.59

3) Jamie Wilkins 9.20/ 25.36/ 19.16/ 53.12

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