Laundry earned first Rev3 win after a season of consistently strong performances
Guelph, Ontario’s Jackson Laundry was thrilled to take the win in the pro race at Rev3 Cedar Point in Ohio over the weekend, clocking 55:13 for the sprint distance. Laundry has been building on a season of great results and is a excited to make his half-distance debut at next weekend’s Multisport Canada Barrelman in Welland, Ontario.
Laundry finished 30 second over the runner-up. His 15:49 run split for the 5 km distance and 25:21 bike split for the 20 km were the fastest of the day. He was joined in the field by fellow Canadian David Hopton, who placed fourth.
He is the current leader for Multisport Canada’s popular Recharge with Milk series in southern Ontario.
Beals takes fourth at Ironman 70.3 Santa Cruz
Cody Beals narrowly missed the podium at Ironman 70.3 Santa Cruz, finishing fourth behind a strong field of Austria’s Michael Weiss, France’sDenis Chevrot and USA’s Ben Hoffman.
#im703santacruz came down to a dramatic 13 mile deathmatch with @denischevrot @bhoffmanracing & @jessemthomas. Thrilling experience, though I need to work on my finishing kick! Not too disappointed with 4th leading up to #ITULDWC. Video recap coming soon on FB. #repost #ironman703 #ventum #ventumone #downtubesarefordinos #skechers #skechersperformance #gomebspeed3 #hadafastday #painface
Beals had consistently strong splits across the board, clocking 25:06 for the swim, 2:09:59 for the bike and 1:13:35 for the run. He heads into the ITU Long Course World Championship in Oklahoma on September 24th which he chose as his A race this season instead last weekend’s Ironman 70.3 World Championship.