Sunday, February 1, 2009

2007 Race Results

Scofield TriathlonWhere can you spend quality time with your family, fish, hike, hear a live band, eat like a king, and run a triathlon? Athletes and spectators had the choice of dutch oven chicken, BBQ pork, hamburgers, or spagetti at the post race bash. Matt Russell, dutch oven connoisseur, knocked it out of the park with a delicious roast BBQ pig. This race was voted #1 Utah Triathlon in 2006 by Trihive readers, and we quickly learned why. Boasting itself as the highest elevation triathlon in the United States at 7800 feet, the Scofield Triathlon was a fantastic challenge at one of the best race venues in the state. Next year put this one on your race calendar!Results:Tyler Hendrickson 1:10:57"David Ward 1:20:05"CJ Park 1:29:56"

Cache Valley TriathlonJosh Holmgren and CJ Park did a great job "representing" the Triple Threat at yesterday's Cache Valley Triathlon. Placing 10/288 overall and 3rd in his age group, Josh really put down some serious split times. Wanting to enjoy the race a little bit longer, CJ offered moral support to a fellow neighbor/athlete by waiting in T1 for nearly 15:00" for his friend to finish the swim. Great job! Josh Holmgren 1:14:04CJ Park 1:45:17
SPUDMANBurley Idaho Lions Spudman TriathlonHome of the world's fastest swim courseWhat a great race where everyone involved is racing the same distance! There were over 1500 athletes all taking on the Olympic Distance. There isn't a better race to pit yourself against the competition; whether that be a personal goal, last year's time, or other athletes in the field. All who participated found out why this is one of the most popular races in the country, filling up the registration last January in only 19 hours! Results:Craig Ward 2:03:49Tyler Hendrickson 2:06:40Jeremy Holmgren 2:08:22Josh Holmgren 2:08:23Tim Elison 2:12:46Matt Walker 2:14:26Jen McGlothlin 2:20:05Tyler Nevenner 2:21:12Dave Ward 2:22:20Kevin Packer 2:22:24John Peebler 2:25:41Ryan Benson 2:26:24CJ Park 2:40:18Mickey Taylor 2:45:31
TriUtah Echo TriathlonEcho Triathlon Team Results: Sprint DistanceTim Elison 1:21:48Matt Walker 1:28:09Tyler Nevenner 1:30:55Dave Ward 1:33:28Don Matthews 1:45:41Olympic DistanceTyler Hendrickson 2:26:39Josh Holmgren 2:28:36Jeremy Holmgren 2:37:00Ryan Benson 2:53:41 James Wissler 3:11:28

Provo TriathlonPerfect day for a race. Temp in the high 70s. No wind. This race was a good mid-season fitness check for many who participated in the sprint distance race.Tyler Hendrickson 1:16:37Matt Jackson 1:22:08Ryan Benson 1:26:16Dave Hendrickson 1:31:53

Utah Summer GamesHey it ain't the Olympics, but it's the closest thing we're going to come to titan glory. With 106 F threating the day, a few of us decided that an early morning sprint race would be a great way to start off the weekend.Tyler Hendrickson 1:14:18Dave Hendrickson 1:33:37

Escape From AlcatrazI am here to report that one of our own successfully swam 1.5 miles from Alcatraz Island, then went on to bike a hilly 18 miles, and run a grueling 8 mile "escape" from the authorities before she was finally FREE! Great job Jen! If you are interested in doing the Escape from Alcatraz next season June 8, 2008, here is the link for the website and the lottery: Escape From AlcatrazJen McGlothlin 3:00:51
Vikingman, Burley Idaho"Welcome to Burley, Idaho's first annual half-ironman distance triathlon, the VikingMan. This test of strength and endurance consists of a 1.2 mile swim with the current of the scenic Snake River, a 56 mile bike loop through a patchwork of beautiful farm terrain, and a 13.1 mile run that borders the river, teaming with wildlife and a spectacular view of Mt. Harrison. The VikingMan Triathlon is an opportunity for athletes of all levels to dream, to strive, and to conquer. We anticipate a great race this year! Come meet the challenge!"Well we're happy to report that several Triple Threat members were more than just up to the challenge. Great job on finishing well in a true test of long distance endurance!Josh Holmgren 5:20:20"Jeremy Holmgren 5:36:55"Tim Elison 5:45:07" Melville Taylor Team 6:20:36"The Vikingman is a race that we should all put on our calendars for next season.
Women Of Steel TriathlonWe can now officially claim to know and have in our club "Women Of Steel"!!! Great race results!Camille Brinton 1:05:21"Jennifer Elison 1:16:43"
Saint George TriathlonWell the 7:00am start sure seemed to make a big difference on the temperature factor. Talk about a perfect race day! I think everyone had a PB time.OLYMPIC DISTANCE ATHLETESCraig Ward 2:25:47"Tyler Hendrickson 2:27:59"Jeremy Holmgren 2:36:01"David Ward 2:53:19"SPRINT DISTANCE ATHLETESRyan Benson 1:27:57"CJ Park 1:31:54"Terri Park 1:50:30"Tyler Park 2:17:21"

Olympus Sprint Training RaceThank you to everyone who came out for our Olympus Sprint Race Training Day! I think my final count was 17 racers. With perfect temperatures outside for biking and running, the pool temp was actually a little warmer than most of us were use to. I know the "hill" up 39th South caught a few people off guard, but I'm sure you'll be stronger for it. Good luck to all of you who have their first race coming up in the next few weeks. Hopefully this training day gave you a little taste of what the big race-day will be like.

Salt Lake City MarathonThanks to our Sport Medicine MD, Triple Threat had some representation at the Salt Lake City Marathon a couple of weeks ago! Great job on the race, Dave!David Brinton 3:46:00"

Lehi Legacy Spring TriathlonWow! What a great showing for the Triple Threat Triathlon Club at the Lehi Legacy Spring Triathlon! I think everyone should get a prize for just finding their way through this crazy "mouse maze" race.
Josh Holmgren 1:04:58" (6/360 and 2nd Age Grp 30-34)
Tyler Hendrickson 1:05:23" (8/360 and 3rd Age Grp 30-34)
Jeremy Holmgren 1:07:17" (13/360 and 5th Age Grp 30-34)
Tim Elison 1:09:05" (22/360 and 2nd Age Grp 35-39)
Ryan Benson 1:12:46" (39/360 and 6th Age Grp 35-39)
Matt Walker 1:13:32" (45/360 and 12th Age Grp 30-34)

CALIFORNIA 70.3 IRONMANCraig and Dave Ward traveled down to Oceanside, California for the Ralph's Half Ironman on March 28th, 2007. Craig turned in an impressive time, despite being deathly ill for days leading up to the race as well as during the race. Dave also faired well by beating his time from last year by over 20 minutes!
Craig Ward Swim: 36:11" Bike: 2:52:53" Run: 1:45:25" Overall: 5:32:12"
Dave Ward Swim: 46:17" Bike: 3:10:04" Run: 2:39:18" Overall: 6:46:03"

Icebreaker TriathlonTriple Threat Club members kicked off the race season this past March at the Icebreaker Sprint Triathlon in American Fork, UT. It was nice to see what kind of race shape we were all in after winter training months. Here are some of the results:
Tyler Hendrickson 1:00:18" (4/343 and 1st Age Grp 30-34)
Ryan Benson 1:11:10" (89/343 and 12th Age Grp 35-39)
Matt Walker 1:11:36" (94/343 and 13th Age Grp 30-34)

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