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Team USA Claims 72 Medals at Duathlon Worlds

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OTTAWA, Canada, — Team USA won 72 medals, including 31 golds, Saturday at the ITU Duathlon World Championships. Nearly 400 athletes competed for the United States in the standard-distance and sprint age-group races, in addition to the Junior, Under-23 and paraduathlon events.

Age-groupers who competed in Ottawa qualified for Team USA through their 2012 USA Triathlon ranking or a top finish at one of three events held around the country. Qualifying races include the Double Oak Duathlon in Pelham, Ala., on April 6 (top-six finish, rolling down to 10th place), the Orange County Duathlon in Mission Viejo, Calif., on May 19 (top-six finish, rolling down to 20th place) and the Apple Duathlon in Sartell, Minn., on May 25 (top-six finish, rolling down to 20th place).

Team USA is comprised of amateur athletes who represent the U.S. at each ITU World Championship event. Visit usatriathlon.org for more on Team USA in Ottawa.


2013 ITU Duathlon World Championships Results - Complete Results 

Standard Distance
(10k run, 40k bike, 5k run)


United States Age Group Medalists
M18-19
1. Alistair Eeckman (Berkeley, Calif.), 1:58:59
2. Ian Richardson (The Woodlands, Texas), 2:05:12

M25-29
2. Alex Arman (Naperville, Ill.), 1:56:03

3. Randy Hadzor (Syracuse, N.Y.), 1:59:18 


M30-34

1. Jesson Baumgartner (Waukee, Iowa), 1:51:32


F35-39

2. Shannon Dawkins (Chattanooga, N.Y.), 2:15:09 


M35-39
2. Greg Fraze (Velpen, Ind.), 1:59:46

3. Mike Buenting (Chanhassen, Minn.), 1:59:54


F40-44
2. Lisa Buohler (Lehigh Acres, Fla.), 2:15:14

3. Nicole Sin Quee (New York, N.Y.), 2:17:08


F50-54
1. Ann Davidson (Portland, Ore.), 2:10:41
2. Kirsten Chapman (Edmond, Okla.), 2:13:52

3. Jocelyn Shilling (Saylorsburg, Pa.), 2:19:41


M50-54
1. Andy Ames (Boulder, Colo.), 2:00:59

3. Shane Thread (Evansville, Ind.), 2:02:54


M55-59

2. David Burkhart (Brighton, Mich.), 2:04:20


F60-64

2. Pam Stevens (Sartell, Minn.), 2:36:10


M60-64

1. Keith Woodward (Stowe, Vt.), 2:11:42


M65-69

1. Kerry Mayer (Brookfield, Wis.), 2:17:18


M70-74
1. William Logan (Perryville, Mo.), 2:29:49

3. Lloyd Sampson (Columbus, Ga.), 2:37:41


M75-79
1. James Girand (Palo Alto, Calif.), 2:59:15

2. Donald W. Moore (Fort Myers, Fla.), 3:05:47


M85-89

1. Edwin Bixenstine (Kent, Ohio), 3:56:34


2013 ITU Duathlon World Championships Results - Complete Results
Sprint Distance

(5k run, 20k bike, 2.5k run) 


FTRI-4

1. Robin Caruso (Ridgefield, Conn.), 1:18:56


MTRI-1

1. Gerard Ah-fook (Tucson, Ariz.), 1:08:57


MTRI-3

1. David Kyle (Athens, Ala.), 1:14:18


MTRI-4

1. Andre Cilliers (Washington, D.C.), 1:05:57


F16-19

1. Paige Danielson (St. Cloud, Minn.), 1:15:26


M16-19

2. Daniel Pearson (Brookfield, Wis.), 1:00:04


F20-24

2. Chelsea E. Vancott (Oceanside, Calif.), 1:12:18


M20-24
1. Keith Jackson (McDonough, Ga.), 1:00:38

2. Sean Price (Long Beach, Calif.), 1:01:21


F25-29
1. Elodie Burlet (Shreveport, La.), 1:08:52

3. Lindsey Torgerson (Fayetteville, N.C.), 1:11:08


M25-29

1. Nick Miehe (Barnegat, N.J.), 57:33


F30-34

1. Courtney Robles-Wiseman (Corona, Calif.), 1:06:21


M30-34

3. Jim Reuther (Warminster, Pa.), 1:01:37


F35-39
1. Jenny Thacker (Lakeville, Minn.), 1:09:41

2. Kerri Dienhart (St. Petersburg, Fla.), 1:11:54


M35-39

2. Chad Millner (Eden Prairie, Minn.),


F40-44
1. Celia Dubey (Tarpon Springs, Fla.), 1:07:05

3. Lara Ray (Camarillo, Calif.), 1:09:43


M40-44

3. Joe English (Hillsboro, Ore.), 59:49


F45-49
1. Glenda Adams (Austin, Texas), 1:05:55
2. Kim Cormier (Laguna Niguel, Calif.), 1:13:04

3. Lynn Streetz Hallum (Willoughby Heights, Ohio), 1:14:35


M45-49
1. Greg McNeil (Los Altos, Calif.), 1:00:01

3. Michael O’Riley (Colorado Springs, Colo.), 1:01:10


F50-54
1. Valerie Eipper (Longmont, Colo.), 1:09:56
2. Kristin Villipoto (Chapel Hill, N.C.), 1:10:38

3. Geraldine Lupini (Milford, Mich.), 1:10:58


M50-54
2. Derek Hager (Minneapolis, Minn.), 1:01:49

3. Greg Pelican (Bethel, Conn.), 1:02:03


F55-59
1. Patty Peoples-Resh (Redlands, Calif.), 1:08:32

2. Lorrie Beck (Williamstown, N.J.), 1:10:49


M55-59
1. Steven Pyle (Boulder, Colo.), 1:03:56

2. Russ Jones (San Juan Capistrano, Calif.), 1:04:16


F60-64

3. Ruth King (Ambler, Pa.), 1:24:45


M60-64
1. Bob Becker (White Hall, Md.), 1:06:29

2. Neil Howk (Glendale, Ariz.), 1:06:33


F65-69
1. Barb Morgan (Tioga, Pa.), 1:35:01
2. Tanya Penn (San Clemente, Calif.), 1:42:46

3. Sandra Davis (Martin, Tenn.), 1:43:29


M65-69
1. Tony Marshall (Carlsbad, Calif.), 1:07:45

3. Mike McDowell (Swartz Creek, Calif.), 1:09:32


F70-74

1. Willy Moolenaar (Indialantic, Fla.), 1:40:35


M70-74
1. Bruce Hildreth (North Fort Myers, Fla.), 1:27:48

3. Rudy Smith (Gretna, La.), 1:31:40


M75-79
2. Len Taylor (Horsham, Pa.), 1:36:20

3. Philip Hager (Falls Church, Va.), 1:42:19


M85-89

1. Edward Maruna (Arvada, Colo.), 2:03:46

 

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