This past weekend, hundreds of Canadians joined the thousand plus triathletes at Ironman 70.3 Syracuse.
Starting on the shores of Jamesville beach, the triathletes completed a loop of the 1.9km course. Jumping on their bikes, the competitors took on some challenging climbs in upstate New York. Following the challenging ride, triathletes completed the half marathon on the double out and back course in the countryside of Onondaga Country Park.
The top overall Canadian was David Hanish, who came 4th overall, in a time of 4:37:54. The top overall Canadian female was Lynda Gingras, who was also the overall female winner (4:56:22).
In the 18 to 24 age group, Marissa Ukos came fourth in the female division. Then Koulie Athens-Hunsberger came second in the male division.
In the 30 to 34 age group, David Hanish came second in the male division. Then Anne-Marie Tremblay just missed the podium coming fourth in the female division.
In the 35 to 39 age group, Lynda Gingras won the female division. While Pierre-Martin Aussant came second in the male division, followed by Timothy Collins (third) and Julien Schoenberg (fourth).
In the 45 to 49 age group, Scott Manser came second in the male division. Margaret King won the 55 to 59 female division. Jennifer Knowles won the 60 to 64 female division. Lastly, in the 75 to 79 age group, Roger Barker and Timothy Lettner came one, two in the male division.
For full results of Ironman 70.3 Syracuse click here.