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Fitness update: Local results from the triathlon and Ironman 70.3 World Championships in Beijing and Vegas

Post by Craig Hill / The News Tribune on Sep. 11, 2011 at 1:40 pm |
September 11, 2011 9:38 pm

As promised in today’s fitness column, here are the results from some local athletes competing on the big stage.

IRONMAN 70.3 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
Henderson, Nev.

Heidi Hubler, a 37-year-old Bonney Lake resident and elementary school teacher, just finished her first appearance at the Ironman 70.3 (half Ironman) world championships in a time of 5 hours, 28 minutes, 7 seconds. She finished 40th in her age group and made up ground throughout the cycling and running legs. She was 49th after the swim and 44th after the bike portion.

Other locals:

Kristi Moen, 48, Burien, 5:45.49, 38th in age group

Linda Rosa, 54, Belfair, 7:49:28, 37th in age group.

W. Mitch Hungate, 60,  Lake Tapps, 5:45:41, 12th in age group

Terry Stebner, 43, Gig Harbor, 5:15:57, 105th in age group

 

WORLD AGE-GROUP TRIATHLON CHAMPIONSHIPS
Beijing, China

Alycia Hill, 22, of Tacoma won her age group at the World Championships on Saturday. Her 56-year-old father, Doug, also “appeared to finish first” in his age group, Alysia Hill, said via email. Alycia has leave the race Sunday in order to get back home in time to start a new job on Monday.

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