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Shoemaker, Tremblay Win ITU Pan American Cup Sprint


shoemakerpromo.jpgSome of the best triathletes in the world where in Clermont, Florida for the 2nd Annual Clermont Draft Legal Challenge triathlon event. The event which features Age Group draft legal triathlon events also hosted an elite ITU Pan American Cup race. Jarrod Shoemaker, the event founder and Kathy Tremblay of Canada win the 2012 ITU Sprint Triathlon Pan American Cup race.

It was an action packed day on both the men's and women's side, as the Top 10 elite men finished in a 36 second stretch of time. On the women's side, Kelly Whitley and Sarah Haskins were side by side sprinting to the finish line for second and third place, with Whitley edging Haskins by two seconds. USA finishes 1, 3, 6 10 on the men's side and 2, 3, 6 on the women's side.

2012 Clermont ITU Sprint Triathlon Pan American Cup Results:
March 3, 2012 - Clermont, Florida

Elite Men Results Time
Place
Elite Women Results Time
Jarrod Shoemaker (USA) 0:56:04
1
Kathy Tremblay (CAN) 1:01:01
Kyle Jones (CAN) 0:56:11
2
Kelly Whitley (USA) 1:01:10
Tommy Zaferes (USA) 0:56:15
3
Sarah Haskins (USA) 1:01:12
Peter Kerr (AUS) 0:56:17
4
Jessica Harrison (FRA) 1:01:44
Adam Bowden (GBR) 0:56:20
5
Ai Ueda (JPN) 1:01:55
Kaleb VanOrt (USA) 0:56:27
6
Gwen Jorgensen (USA) 1:02:01
Yuichi Hosoda (JPN) 0:56:34
7
Carole Peon (FRA) 1:02:05
Ritchie Nicholls (GBR) 0:56:36
8
Lauren Campbell (CAN) 1:02:18
Aaron Harris (GBR) 0:56:44
9
Dominika Jamnicky (CAN) 1:02:46
William Huffman (USA) 0:56:47
10
Kerry Lang (GBR) 1:02:49
     

"For the past couple years, I have been working to create a high profile event in Clermont. With the support of USA Triathlon, the International Triathlon Union, Lake Louisa State Park, and the Lake County's Office of Economic Development and Tourism we have built an amazing race for the sport. There is no race like this in the United States and I am excited to bring this event to Central Florida. Draft legal racing is such a thrilling event to race and to watch. For the athlete it is constant effort and an exciting race experience. For the spectators they will be able to constantly cheer on their friends and family." - Jarrod Shoemaker