Thursday, May 24, 2018
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St. Anthony's Meek and Mighty Triathlon 2012

MALE

Age 7: Colin Kruger, Trinity, 22:37 Age 8: William Stone, Largo, 23:18 Age 9: Mason Mook, Palm Beach Gardens, 20:15 Age 10: Blake Hooker, Odessa, 19:28 Age 11: Josue Reyes, Tampa, 29:54 Age 12: Matthew Wohlwend, St. Petersburg, 29:43 Age 13: Ryan Vanmiddlesworth, Seminole, 28:14 Age 14: Mitch Irwin, Oldsmar, 26:21 Age 15: Graham Pimentel, Naples, 25:29 Ages 16-19: Richard Lush IV, Lutz, 27:16 Ages 20-24: Matthew Ho, St. Petersburg, No time reported Ages 25-29: Sean Higgins, Dunedin, 42:56 Ages 30-34: Jonathan Barnes, Clearwater, 39:41 Ages 35-39: Shawn Yuskaitis, Tampa, 29:27 Ages 40-44: Ken Fanelli, Raleigh (NC), 29:19 Ages 45-49: Dale Bramall, Inverness, 29:46 Ages 50-54: Rodd Rafferty, Madeira Beach, 35:37 Ages 55-59: Kevin Lancer, Gainesville, 29:31 Ages 60-64: Andrew Walford, St. Petersburg, 38:47 Ages 65-69: John Parent, St. Petersburg, 36:43 Ages 70-74: Dennis McDonnell, Odessa, 47:44 Ages 75-79: Jerry Mills, NTR Ages 80-84: Paul Rafferty, Madeira Beach, 52:17

FEMALE

Age 7: Anna Cubito, city not listed, 25:59 Age 8: Sophia Stock, Bradenton, 24:27 Age 9: Taylor Benedict, Tampa, 21:35 Age 10: Emma Cavendish, Jupiter, 18:34 Age 11: Jennifer Secrest, Palm Beach Gardens, 31:30 Age 12: Kelly Secrest, Palm Beach Gardens, 29:21 Age 13: Lexi Riley, Jacksonville, 30:07 Age 14: Summer Kanstoroom, St. Petersburg, 28:34 Age 15: Megan McFadden, Winter Park, 29:56 Ages 16-19: Katie Ryan, Ocala, 34:31 Ages 20-24: Tiffany Silva, Tampa, 47:48 Ages 25-29: Allison Ribner, St. Petersburg, 32:30 Ages 30-34: Elana Stevens, Courtice (Ont.), 33:15 Ages 35-39: Julie Ringenberg, St. Petersburg, 34:08 Ages 40-44: Heidi Pitts, Lakeland, 36:44 Ages 45-49: Mary Deja, Largo, 35:30 Ages 50-54: Donna Miller, St. Petersburg, 35:45 Ages 55-59: Terri Crowther, Highland (Mich.), 33:58 Ages 60-64: Carol White, Sun City Center, 44:29 Ages 65-69: Hazel Schroeder, Redington Beach, 57:41 Age 70-74: Vicki Carey, St. Petersburg, 56:54 Ages 75-79: Mary Thomas, St. Petersburg, 48:44

Meek and Mighty TOP AGE GROUP FINISHERS

MALE

Age 8: William Stone, Largo, 23:18 Age 9: Mason Mook, Palm Beach Gardens, 20:15 Age 10: Blake Hooker, Odessa, 19:28 Age 11: Josue Reyes, Tampa, 29:54 Age 12: Matthew Wohlwend, St. Petersburg, 29:43 Age 13: Ryan Vanmiddlesworth, Seminole, 28:14 Age 14: Mitch Irwin, Oldsmar, 26:21 Age 15: Graham Pimentel, Naples, 25:29 Ages 16-19: Richard Lush IV, Lutz, 27:16 Ages 20-24: Matthew Ho, St. Petersburg, No time reported Ages 25-29: Sean Higgins, Dunedin, 42:56 Ages 30-34: Jonathan Barnes, Clearwater, 39:41 Ages 35-39: Shawn Yuskaitis, Tampa, 29:27 Ages 40-44: Ken Fanelli, Raleigh (NC), 29:19 Ages 45-49: Dale Bramall, Inverness, 29:46 Ages 50-54: Rodd Rafferty, Madeira Beach, 35:37 Ages 55-59: Kevin Lancer, Gainesville, 29:31 Ages 60-64: Andrew Walford, St. Petersburg, 38:47 Ages 65-69: John Parent, St. Petersburg, 36:43 Ages 70-74: Dennis McDonnell, Odessa, 47:44 Ages 75-79: Jerry Mills, No time reported Ages 80-84: Paul Rafferty, Madeira Beach, 52:17

FEMALE

Age 7: Anna Cubito, not listed, 25:59 Age 8: Sophia Stock, Bradenton, 24:27 Age 9: Taylor Benedict, Tampa, 21:35 Age 10: Emma Cavendish, Jupiter, 18:34 Age 11: Jennifer Secrest, Palm Beach Gardens, 31:30 Age 12: Kelly Secrest, Palm Beach Gardens, 29:21 Age 13: Lexi Riley, Jacksonville, 30:07 Age 14: Summer Kanstoroom, St. Petersburg, 28:34 Age 15: Megan McFadden, Winter Park, 29:56 Ages 16-19: Katie Ryan, Ocala, 34:31 Ages 20-24: Tiffany Silva, Tampa, 47:48 Ages 25-29: Allison Ribner, St. Petersburg, 32:30 Ages 30-34: Elana Stevens, Courtice (Ont.), 33:15 Ages 35-39: Julie Ringenberg, St. Petersburg, 34:08 Ages 40-44: Heidi Pitts, Lakeland, 36:44 Ages 45-49: Mary Deja, Largo, 35:30 Ages 50-54: Donna Miller, St. Petersburg, 35:45 Ages 55-59: Terri Crowther, Highland (Mich.), 33:58 Ages 60-64: Carol White, Sun City Center, 44:29 Ages 65-69: Hazel Schroeder, Redington Beach, 57:41 Age 70-74: Vicki Carey, St. Petersburg, 56:54 Ages 75-79: Mary Thomas, St. Petersburg, 48:44

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