On November 4th, a number of Canadians competed at Ironman Florida in Haines City, FL. Earlier this year, race organizers were forced to relocate the race from Panama City to Haines City, after Hurricane Michael made landfall in early October.
Here are Canada’s top age group results from the weekend.* Results as of November 6th, 9:30 AM.
18-24: Mitch Kile (18th) and Lindsey Gresham (3rd)
25-29: Brandon Gildenstern (7th) and Shelby Moore (4th)
30-34: Chris Clark (92) and Missy-Jo Maccandless (31st)
35-39: Marc-Antoine Langlois (7th) and Emilie Whitson (11th)
40-44: Ryan Krete (35th) and Theresa Halliday (31st)
45-49: Daniel Ballin (36th) and Florence Tartavel (2nd)
50-54: Christian Dubãc and Linnea Rossitter (10th)
55-59: Jean-Jacques Simon (37th) and Nicole Seguin (16th)
60-64: Paul Huyer (1st) and David Ashley finished in 13:19:57 (10th).
65-69: Steve Caws (8th) and Eva Alexy (1st)
Special mention: John Wragg finished in 15:12:48 (10th).
Having just completed Ironman Florida, John Wragg has now finished eight Ironman events in 2018. Three weeks before his race in Florida, Wragg finished his 15th Ironman World Championship in 15:29:38.
Following his first Ironman in 1988, Wragg has now completed 248 full-distance triathlon event in 30 years racing.