Dominika Jamnicky started her 2020 season with a bang, taking second at the Clermont PATCO Sprint Triathlon Panamerican Cup.
The race included a 500-m swim, 20-km bike and 5-km run.
“The conditions played to my favour and it was a bonus to execute a race that I’m really proud of,” Jamnicky said after the race. “I fought all the way to the finish to try to get onto that top step of the podium.”
Jamnicky caught American Renee Tomlin on teh run, but the American managed to hang on for a two-second win, finishing in 59:02. American Kaitlin Donner took third in 59:08.
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Another Canadian, Denver, Colorado-based Brittany Warly, took fourth in 59:23, while Montreal’s Elisabeth Boutin finished fifth in 59:42.
Complete women’s results are here.
Paquet takes sixth
It was an all-Americn podium as William Huffman (51:26), Tommy Zaferes (51:43) and Austin Hindman (51:57) led the way. Port Cartier, Que.’s Charles Paquet took sixth in 52:23. Defending national champ Jeremy Briand (Sainte-Julie, Que.) took ninth in 52:31.
Complete men’s results are here.
With files from Chris Dornan, Triathlon Canada.