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Third Win at Chicago Triathlon for Haskins, Chrabot Wins Men's Race

ltchitrihaskins11.jpgSarah Haskins three-peats at the 2011 Life Time Chicago Triathlon while Matt Chrabot wins the men's race in the windy city. It's Haskins' fourth Life Time Fitness Triathlon Series victory of 2011 and Chrabot's first.

Sarah Haskins (Colorado Springs, Colo.) won the female professional division at 2:02:05, while Matt Chrabot (Colorado Springs, Colo.) won the male professional division at 1:50:29. Haskins is the only woman in Chicago Triathlon history to win three consecutive times.

In the female professional division, Alicia Kaye (Maynard, Mass.) finished second with a time of 2:04:42, while Jillian Petersen (Colorado Springs, Colo.) finished third with a time of 2:05:31. In the male professional division, Greg Bennett (Boulder, Colo.) finished second with a time of 1:50:30, followed by third-place finisher Paul Matthews (Casuarina, NSW) with a time of 1:50:50.

2011 Life Time Chicago Triathlon Results:
Chicago, Illinois

Pro Men Results Time
Pro Women Results Time
Matt Chrabot 1:50:21
Sarah Haskins 2:02:05
Greg Bennett 1:50:26
Alicia Kaye 2:04:42
Paul Matthews 1:50:47
Jillian Peterson 2:05:30
Filip Ospaly 1:52:20
Jenna Parker 2:08:15
Andrew Starykowicz 1:52:28
Radka Vodickova 2:08:18
Hunter Kemper 1:53:25
Becky Lavelle 2:08:25
Martin Krnavek 1:54:10
Sara McLarty 2:09:20
David Thompson 1:54:20
Abby Geurink 2:09:35
Cameron Dye 1:55:25
Rebeccah Wassner 2:10:10
Eric Limkemann 1:56:10
Flora Jane Duffy 2:12:28

Sara McLarty, who's father died earlier this week in a bicycle accident made the start line and finishes in seventh place.

2011 Life Time Chicago Triathlon video via Dan Tomei

More than 7,500 Olympic, paratriathlon, elite amateur and first-time triathletes competed in one of the world's largest triathlons on August 28 along Chicago's scenic lakefront. This year marked the 29th anniversary of the event and served as the fifth leg in the Race to the Toyota Cup.

Celebrity wise today in the windy city saw Mayor Rahm Emanuel compete in the sprint distance triathlon.
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