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Results from Ironman 70.3 Singapore

Amberger and Ellis win.

Australia’s Josh Amberger used an overall balanced attack to win Ironman 70.3 Singapore. Amberger hung out in second place during the swim (24:03) and bike (2:06:28), then outran (1:22:01) the group of four men (Russia’s Denis Vasiliev, New Zealand’s Dylan McNeice, and Australia’s Christian Kemp – who dropped out of the race during the run) around him to take the win in 3:54:49. Vasiliev finished second (3:59:25), and McNeice third (4:00:51).

Meanwhile, American May Beth Ellis got to the front with a 26:42 swim (2 minutes ahead of the second best swim by Kate Bevilaqua), and stayed there with a top bike of 2:17:45, and coasted in with a 1:32:07 run to win in 4:19:35. Australia’s Michelle Wu used the top run of the day (1:30:17) to take second (4:25:31) ahead of fellow Aussie Bevilaqua (4:32:19).


1. AMBERGER, Josh 3:54:49

2. VASILIEV, Denis 3:59:25

3. MCNEICE, Dylan 4:00:51

4. DEGASPERI, Alessandro 4:01:15

5. WANINGER, Nick 4:05:12


1. ELLIS, Mary Beth 4:19:35

2. WU, Michelle 4:25:31

3. BEVILAQUA, Kate 4:32:19

4. FITCH, Alison 4:34:22

5. KIRCHLER, Irina 4:40:18

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