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St. Anthony's Meek & Mighty Triathlon



Age 7: Liam Maloney, Tampa, 26:13;

Age 8: Braxton Legg, Tampa, 20:51;

Age 9: Will Stone, Largo, 20:02;

Age 10: Mason Mook, Palm Beach Gardens, 19:18;

Age 11: Reed Legg, Tampa, 29:58;

Age 12: Josue Reyes, Tampa, 27:14;

Age 13: Luis Ortiz, Orlando, 27:21;

Age 14: Ricardo Reyes, Tampa, 25:41;

Age 15: Corbin Wapshoot, Longwood, 26:51;

Age 16-19: Patrick Healy, Palmetto, 26:30;

Age 20-24: Corey Roets, Tampa, 39:03;

Age 25-29: Matthew Heath, New Port Richey, 34:35;

Age 30-34: Kevin Liljenquist, Oviedo, 33:20;

Age 45-49: Paul Sickmon, Tampa, 35:12;

Age 50-54: James Sheets, Largo, 28:27;

Age 55-59: Richard Rollins, Seminole, 50:57;

Age 60-64: Ross Johnson, St. Petersburg, 43:32;

Age 65-69: Dana Gardner, Debary, 36:50;

Age 70-74: Sam Nall, Homosassa, 31:06;

Age 75-79: Jerry Mills, Bloomfield Hills, Mi., 43:20;

Age 85 +: Ronald Milne, St. Petersburg, 55:06


Age 7: Abigail Hite, Bradenton, 27:33.

Age 8: Anna Cubito, St. Petersburg, 22:45.

Age 9: Sydnie Behrman, Alpharetta (Ga.), 21:10.

Age 10: Gale MacKenzie, Jupiter, 20:41.

Age 11: Lauren Benedict, Tampa, 29:00.

Age 12: Katelin Gildersleeve, Jacksonville, 29:06.

Age 13: Reagan Quitty, St. Petersburg, 27:31.

Age 14: Kaeleigh Morehouse, St. Petersburg, 29:26.

Age 15: Summer Kanstoroom, St. Petersburg, 26:56.

Ages 16-19: Elena Smith, Strafford (N.H.) 31:13.

Ages 20-24: Kendra King, Jonesboro (Ga.) 38:06.

Ages 25-29: Nicole Liljenquist, Oviedo, 34:54.

Ages 30-34: Katie Fader, St. Petersburg, 38:41.

Ages 35-39: Kristin Zuppa, St. Petersburg, 36:06.

Ages 40-44: Phyllis Weitzner, Sarasota, 35:53.

Ages 45-49: Katie Scott, Tampa, 36:34.

Ages 50-54: Jennifer Therrien, Cocoa, 40:05.

Ages 55-59: Barbara Inman, Odessa, 44:11.

Ages 60-64: Cynthia Goodwin, Naples, 49:20.

Ages 65-69: Karen Cubler, Fort Myers, 55:29.

Ages 70-74: Sandy Steer, St. Petersburg, 54:26.

Ages 75-79: Mary Thomas, St. Petersburg, 45:28.

. fast Facts

St. Anthony's Triathlon

When/where: Today; St. Petersburg (registration closed)

Distance: Swim 1.5 kilometers (0.93 miles), bike 40K (24.8), run 10K (6.2)

Schedule: Today, North Shore Park — 4:45-6:45 a.m., transition area open and body marking; 6:50 a.m., start; 12:30 p.m., pro/elite amateur awards; 1 p.m., course closes and awards.


St. Anthony's Meek & Mighty Triathlon 04/27/13 [Last modified: Saturday, April 27, 2013 9:55pm]
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