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Haskins & Wild Win 2014 St. Anthony's Triathlon


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Sarah Haskins won Sunday's St. Anthony's Triathlon, her fifth win during St. Anthony's and fourth feat in a quarrel given returning from maternity leave this year, while Ruedi Wild took a tip mark for men, simply outdistancing a vast pro field.

Since giving birth about 9 months ago, Haskins of Clermont, Fla., has now won all 4 of a races she has entered this year. Her daughter Caroline and father Nathan Korteum were watchful for her during a finish line.

"I was unequivocally going out for a win and to do my best," pronounced Haskins, who set a march record for women, during 1:56:44. "Racing and carrying a family brings so most balance. It centers me. we adore being a mom - it's my favorite job. And we adore racing. we adore that we get to do both."

Haskins, 33, kick her aged march record by 11 seconds that she set in 2012. She also won St. Anthony's in 2008, 2010 and 2011.

2014 St. Anthony's Triathlon Results:
St. Petersburg, Florida - April 27, 2014

Pro
Men

Swim

Bike

Run

Time

Place
Pro
Women

Swim

Bike

Run

Time
Ruedi
Wild
19:33 53:58 31:41 1:46:46
1
Sarah
Haskins
19:49 59:23 35:55 1:56:44
Brad
Kahlefeldt
19:09 54:24 32:10 1:47:09
2
Helle
Frederiksen
20:21 59:53 35:18 1:57:06
Hunter
Kemper
19:03 54:32 32:23 1:47:19
3
Radka
Vodickova
20:20 1:02:07 35:16 1:59:17
Rodolphe
Von Berg
19:10 54:30 32:38 1:47:38
4
Alicia
Kaye
20:26 58:43 39:28 2:00:18
Timothy
O'Donnell
19:09 54:13 32:53 1:47:52
5
Sara
McLarty
19:44 1:00:34 40:52 2:03:00
Kaleb
Vanort
20:01 55:42 30:57 1:48:04
6
Jillian
Petersen
21:29 1:01:44 38:14 2:03:05
Cameron
Dye
19:03 53:10 34:27 1:48:17
7
Mirinda
Carfrae
22:33 1:01:51 37:29 2:03:39
James
Seear
19:01 54:28 33:39 1:48:35
8
Laura
Bennett
20:19 1:04:11 38:22 2:04:33
Mark
Bowstead
19:18 53:55 34:00 1:48:52
9
Rebeccah
Wassner
21:30 1:03:00 38:59 2:05:16
Clayton
Fettell
19:04 54:20 34:06 1:49:08
10
Lauren
Brandon
19:46 1:02:34 42:30 2:06:46

stawild14.jpgWild, 32, of Switzerland finished during 1:46:46, only off a record during a 31st annual race. "On a run, we was utterly assured so we didn't pull too tough during a commencement and saved some energy," pronounced Wild, who competed during a 2012 London Summer Olympics. "I never gave up, we stayed positive."

The clever veteran margin enclosed universe champions, past winners and Olympians who came from around a universe and from around Tampa Bay. The veteran margin represented a accumulation of distances from a competition including Ironman and 70.3 racing, to a non-drafting Olympics stretch and a ITU.

Ken Corigliano of Bradenton and Ciara Hopkins crossed a finish line in the inaugural St. Anthony's Sprint Triathlon.

Corigliano, 34, simply distanced himself from a margin with a time of 1:01:15. Coming in second was Rodolfo Galvao of Celebration with a time of 1:04:04, while Joshua Servi of Longwood finished third during 1:04:14.

In a women's Sprint race, Hopkins, 17, of Clermont, won with a time of 1:06:54. She came in forward of Celia Dubey, 42, of Tarpon Springs who had a time of 1:08:27 and Stephanie Liles-Weyant, 42, of Tallahassee, who finished third during 1:09:58.

The 2014 Sprint Triathlon was comparison as a 2014 Paratriathlon Florida Regional Championship eventuality by USA Triathlon (USAT). The Florida Regional Championship competition hosted several Paralympic hopefuls looking to join Team USA as a competition of paratriathlon creates a entrance during a 2016 Rio de Janeiro Paralympic Games in Brazil.

The scurry competition followed a same march as a Olympic-distance eventuality though with shorter distances - a 750me swim, 20km bike and a 5km run.

The St. Anthony's Triathlon competition attracts high-caliber athletes from all over a universe including Olympic athletes and Ironman universe champions and this was a fourth year as partial of a World Triathlon Corporation's (WTC) 5150 Triathlon Series. In further to portion as a qualifier for a Hy-Vee 5150 U.S. Championship, a competition also serves as a USA Triathlon Florida Regional Championship to validate athletes for USAT Nationals.

For more information on the 2014 races, visit the Athlete Tracker or the St. Anthony's Triathlon's Facebook page: facebook.com/stanthonystriathlon.