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Haskins & Dye Still Lead Race To The Toyota Cup Standings

haskinsdyeltfspromo.jpgBased on overall results through the Life Time Chicago Triathlon, professional triathletes Sarah Haskins (USA) and Cameron Dye (USA) continue to be the current point leaders in the Race to the Toyota Cup, which concludes in Dallas October 7th.

Sunday, August 26, marked the fifth event of the Race to the Toyota Cup at the Life Time Chicago Triathlon. The the professional races were won by Sarah Haskins, her 4th consecutive win and Hunter Kemper of Colorado won.

Within the female professional division, defending female champion, Sarah Haskins (USA) outlasted Laura Bennett (USA) and Annabel Luxford (AUS) to win the fifth race of the seven-event Series. Haskins completed the course in 2:00:537.

Among the male professionals, Hunter Kemper (USA) held off Stuart Hayes (GBR) and Greg Bennett (USA) to capture the victory. Kemper's time was 1:48:51.

2012 Life Time Fitness Triathlon Series Race to the Toyota Cup Standings:

Female Professional Division Points
Male Professional Division Points
Sarah Haskins (USA) 53.0
Cameron Dye (USA) 39.0
Alicia Kaye (USA) 33.50
Ben Collins (USA) 37.0
Annabel Luxford (AUS) 26.0
Hunter Kemper (USA) 31.5
Jillian Peterson (USA) 23.5
Andy Potts (USA) 27.5
Jenna Parker (USA) 22.0
Bevan Docherty (NZL) 16.0

Standings as of August 27, 2012

The professional division also awards 0.5 points to the fastest swim, cycle and run legs at each event. In the female professional division, Kathleen Hursey (USA) boasted the fastest swim with a time of 2:11:38. Nicole Truxes (USA) turned in the fastest cycle with a time of 2:17:32. Liz Baugher (USA) turned in the fastest run with a time of 2:19:25.

On the professional men's side, Brian Hague (USA), secured the fastest swim with a time of 1:57:46, while Ryan Federickson (USA) turned in the fastest cycle with a time of 1:59:29. Nicholas Stanko (USA) turned in the fastest run with a time of 2:00:46.

The Series now moves on to the Herbalife Los Angeles Triathlon, which is set for Sunday, September 30, 2012.

The total 2012 Race to the Toyota Cup professional division includes $574,000 in cash prizes, awards and a Toyota Vehicle. The vehicle and coveted Toyota Cup are given to the top female and male champions at the Toyota U.S. Open Triathlon in Dallas, which serves as the Series finale championship.

As the 2012 Race to the Toyota Cup progresses, participant results and current point standings will be made available at racetothetoyotacup.com, the official website of the Race to the Toyota Cup.