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Crowley admits Davao was hottest race ever

By Lito delos Reyes
PhilBoxing.com
Mon, 27 Mar 2023



SARAH Crowley of Australia admitted that the Alveo IRONMAN 70.3 Davao was the hottest race she ever competed in.

“That was a hot one. Super proud to win this one. Honestly (I) was running to survive on that run, probably the hottest run leg of my career,” said Crowley in her Facebook account.

Crowley took the lead in the later stages of the bike and never looked back to win by 4 hours, 20 minutes and 15 seconds in the women’s category.

American Lauren Brandon was second at 4:22:50 while third was Lottie Lucas of UAE at 4:25:10.

Crowley also congratulated Brandon and Lucas for making the podium. She also praised the organizers “for making it such an awesome race experience.”

Filipe Azevedo of Portugal won the men’s race after he took the lead in the bike at 3:51:10.

Ognjen Stojanovic (SRB) was second at 3:52:29 while third was Taiwan’s Tuan Chun Chang (3:57:13).

More than 1,700 triathletes had joined the 1.9 km-swim, 90km-bike and 21k-run course race at Azuela Cove in Lanang.

The other winners:

(men)

18-24 – 1. Kenneth Ronda 2. Loris Millor 3. Jacon Rodriguez

25-29 – 1. Jailani Lamama 2. Abdul Rahman Toroganan 3. Mohammad Hanin Maruhon

30-34– 1. Chris Weeks 2. Christopher Keyes 3. Alex Woodman

35-39 – 1. Chen Li 2. Reagan Nabua 3. Abdullah Alrefae

40-44 – 1. Dane Cantwell 2. Peter Luzosz 3. Chun Kit Tsang

45-49 – 1. Olivier Godart 2. Siu Yuen Wong 3. Stephen Quance

50-54 – 1. Mark Jansen 2. Claudio Fabbri 3. Edward Lupa

55-59 – 1. Craig Weymouth 2. Andreas Goros 3. Joseph Kelleher

60-64 – 1. Koji Muroya 2. Eric Battisti

(women)

25-29 – 1. Charlene Tang 2. Jacquelyn Ann Cruz 3. Khimberly Pacquibot

30-34 – 1. Sophie Kirk 2. Rhia Stawicki 3. Leyann Ramo

35-39 – 1. Anna Gorbacheva 2. Delphine Voetzel 3. Lok Man Pang

40-44 – 1. A. Pierzynowska 2. Ines Santiago

45-49 – 1. Mireille Couture 2. Amanda Carpo 3. Suet Fan Wong

50-54 – 1. Leilani Tan 2. Hayley Goldberg 3. Mellisa Racela

55-59 – 1. Gem Thomas 2. Geraldine Abuan

Relay team – 1. Team Go4less 2. Team Happy Life Tri 3. Team Tri Snd Mixed 1

Photo: Sarah Crowley winning Ironman (Photo by Korrupt Vision)


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