Swim, bike and run in the Aspen Triathlon
A hearty field of 80 triathletes and duathletes participated in the annual Zoot Aspen Triathlon/Duathlon on Saturday.
Based at the Aspen Recreation Center (ARC), the athletes swam in the rec center pool, rode bikes to Maroon Bells and back and run around the golf course and school campus.
Some even rode the popular aquabikes at the pool as part of the duathlon events.
Sponsored by Aspen Parks and Recreation, the event included duathlon and team categories.
Results are available on the Aspen Parks and Recreation website at aspenrecreation.com.
Sandra Doebler coordinated the event for the parks and recreation department.
In results provided by the department, here are the overall and age-group winners Saturday.
Triathlon Overall Female
1, Christine Adamowski, Evergreen
2, Angele Dupre
3, Joan Valentine, Aspen
Triathlon Overall Male
1, Thomas Hughes, Aspen
2, Ryland French
3, Patrick Faurer, Snowmass Village
Triathlon Age-Group Winners
Female 18-24, Kylie Alldredge, of Commerce City
Male 18-24, Ryan Sarka, of Aspen
Female 25-29, Mikaelyn Law, of Denver
Male 25-29, Zachary Law, of Denver
Female 30-34, Stevie Triebel, of Glenwood Springs
Male 30-34, Jeffrey Geller
Female 35-39, Jocelyn Vorenberg
Male 35-39, John Law, Chelsea, Mich.
Female 40-44, Amy Barrow, Aspen
Male 40-44, Stephen Szoradi, Aspen
Female 45-49, Joann Niebur
Male 45-49, Jeffrey Barrow, Scottsdale, Ariz.
Male 50-59, Allen Russell
Female 60-over, Heidi Hoffmann, of Aspen
Male 60-over, Steve Katz, of Vail
Duathlon Overall Female
1, Jennifer Schaiberger
2, Leslie Henderson
Duathlon Overall Male
1, Pete Strecker, Aspen
2, Mike Semes, Broomall, Pa.
3, Douglas Sackin, Arlington, Va.
Duathlon Age winners
Female 35-39, Amity Ludlow, of Carbondale
Female 60-over, Helen McQueeny
Male 60-over Tomas Duran, of Pueblo
Female 50-59, Kathleen Callahan
Male 50-59, Scott McLauren, of houston
Male 60-over, Mick Ireland, of Aspen
Triathlon Relay Male
Triathlon Relay Female
Grueter Bird Buettow
Triathlon Relay Mixed
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