Canadian age group performances at the Ironman World Championship
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)
Related: Samuel Roy, aventurier, explorateur et Ironman
25-29: Angela Quick (15th) and Vincent Blais (69th)
Related: Vincent Blais: Ironman et pompier militaire
30-34: Heather Low (19th) and Francis Martin (55th)
Related: Entrevue avec Francis Martin à quelques semaine du championnat du monde d’Ironman
35-39: Ailsa MacDonald (17th) and Jeffrey Bradley (30th)
40-44: Annie Gervais (26th) and Alexandre Boule (30th)
Related: Annie Gervais: mère de famille, urgentologue et Ironman
45-49: Fiona Whitby (11th) and Gordon Henderson (37th)
Related: The Whitby’s get ready to take on Kona together
50-54: Yvonne Timewell (2nd) and Pierre Heynemand Jr.
Related: Pierre Heynemand Jr: The stars are aligned for Kona contender
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)