Some of Canada’s best age group triathletes competed at the 2018 Ironman World Championship on October 13th. For many, just qualifying for Kona was a feat in of itself. While for some, they were looking to challenge for a world title.
No matter the result, the age group triathlete exemplifies the essence of Ironman. Training upwards to 20 hours a week, along with a full-time job and family commitments, your dedication is inspiring. So to all that competed, congratulations.
Here are the top Canadian age group results from the Ironman World Championship in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii.
18-24: Kiah Wheeler (9th) and Samuel Roy (14th)
25-29: Angela Quick (15th) and Vincent Blais (69th)
30-34: Heather Low (19th) and Francis Martin (55th)
35-39: Ailsa MacDonald (17th) and Jeffrey Bradley (30th)
40-44: Annie Gervais (26th) and Alexandre Boule (30th)
45-49: Fiona Whitby (11th) and Gordon Henderson (37th)
50-54: Yvonne Timewell (2nd) and Pierre Heynemand Jr.
55-59: Jackie Davidson (9th) and Dan Contant (8th)
60-64: Frances Hardwick (8th) and Andrew Cuthbertson (25th)
65-69: Ann Hayes (13th) and Len Ireland (3rd)
70-74: Cullen Goodyear (2nd) and Bob Knuckey (1st)