Team Timex Multisport has had a busy season so far. As a sponsor of the team we are helping to keep them healthy and ready for race day!
July was another busy month for the team, check it out below
July, 12 2009
Boulder Peaks –
Boulder, Colorado, the breeding ground for triathlon, hosted its Olympic distance last weekend. In attendance were world champions, Olympians, up-and-coming stars and everything in-between.
Boulder resident Mary Beth Ellis took on the packed field and once again came up big with the win. Mary Beth annihilated the field crossing the line in 2:07:31, a full four minutes ahead of Juli Dibens who finished second. Mark another one off the list for Mary Beth, she is on a rampage this year!
Visit http://www.slowtwitch.com for pictures of the race.
July, 12 2009
Ironman Providence 70.3 –
A long list of notable results were compiled by Timex athletes at this years RI 70.3 in Providence. The list is as follows:
Chris Thomas: First age group finisher and 5th place overall in a time of 4:02:55 Bruce Gennari: First in his age group (40-44) and fastest swim of the day in 21:32 Andrew Hodges: 7th place in the pro field James Cotter: First pro out of the water in a time of 22:02 Cindi Bannink: Third age group finisher and 7th overall. She also snagged a Kona spot!
July, 19 2009
Spirit of Racine –
Local Wisconsin athlete and long time Timex athlete, Blake Becker, scored the biggest win of his career this past weekend at Spirit of Racine, a half Ironman distance race held in Racine, Wisconsin. Blake’s finishing time of 3:54:04 was not only good enough to put him atop the leader board but placed him a full 6 minutes and 54 seconds ahead of runner up Jeff Paul. In third place behind Paul was another Timex athlete and Wisconsin resident, Mike Lavery.
July, 26 2009
Lake Placid, NY
Ironman Lake Placid –
Tamara Kozulina and Dave Harju came out of the swim in Lake Placid this year on fire, both looking to finish their days on the podium. In the end only one of them was able to go the distance. Situated at roughly mile marker 30 on the bike course was a sharp 90 degree turn. The roads were slippery from the morning rain and when Dave’s front tire rolled across the white painted line as he took the corner, down he went.Bleeding and in a great deal of pain, Dave jumped back on the bike and stormed back into contention but his efforts were short lived as he would eventually pull out of the race half way through the run. Tamara had better luck than Dave, managing to stay on her bike for the full 112 miles. Off the bike she found herself in 4th position. Gutting through a leg injury, Tamara eventually finished the day off in 4th place overall, just behind former 70.3 World Champ and Olympian, Samantha McGlone. Look for a strong showing from Dave at Ironman Louisville in August. He will be seeking revenge for the mishap in Placid.
Both Dave and Tamara will compete at the Ironman World Champs in Kona this year.
Congrats Team Timex!!
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