LAKESIDE POST-RACE REPORT
Quick link – Get the full 2014 Lakeside Race Results.
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We would like to thank our Local Presenting Sponsor Du Tri And Run for their support. Please visit their website for details on their products, services and the work they do with athletes.
We are very excited about our partnership with Recharge With Milk and the Recharge With Milk Triathlon Series! Look for the Recharge with Milk Team at the finish line for your sample of chocolate milk to help you refuel and recover!
Thanks to everyone who raced with us at Lakeside. It was a somewhat chilly end to the season but you all toughed it out and enjoyed yourselves out there. The Kids of Steel racers put on quite a show, along with many of Ontario’s top duathletes who laid it all on the line for Sunday’s Provincial Championship.
Saturday’s Sprint & Kids of Steel Races
Saturday’s Sprint races featured a preview of what we are sure to see again in on Sunday September 21st, at the Niagara Falls Barrelman Triathlon. Lionel Sanders, fourth last weekend at the Ironman 70.3 World Championship and Cody Beals, second last weekend at Ironman 70.3 Muskoka, battled each other for top spot in the Sprint Triathlon. Beals led the swim (9:33), then Sanders took the lead with a 27:46 ride (vs 29:25 for Beals). Sanders finished with a 16:24 run to win over Beals in 56:20.
Lionel Sanders (left) edges out Cody Beals (right) at the Lakeside Sprint Triathlon.
Angela Quick (above) won the women’s race leading from start to finish. All three will be racing at the inaugural Barrelman on Sunday.
Sprint Triathlon (750 m swim, 20 km bike, 5 km run) – Top 5 Men
1. Lionel Sanders (Hamilton, ON) 56:20
2. Cody Beals (Fergus) 57:20
3. Andrew Bolton (Richmond Hill) 1:00:29
4. Michael Murray (Ajax) 1:01:31
5. Lee Rantala (Toronto) 1:04:15
Sprint Triathlon (750 m swim, 20 km bike, 5 km run) – Top 5 Women
1. Angela Quick (St. George) 1:06:46
2. Elise Bolger (Waterdown) 1:10:32
3. Lauren Powell (Toronto) 1:11:12
4. Lianne McLellan (Toronto) 1:14:53
5. Jennifer Seeney (Bowmanville) 1:16:07
Hamilton’s Jesse Bauer smashed the first 5 km run in 17:23 and he stayed in front the rest of the way with a 34:17 bike, and top run of 9:07 to easy to the victory. While Corbeil’s Isabelle Sauve did the same in the women’s race, opening with a 20:50 run to lead the entire way through the race.
Sprint Duathlon (5 km run, 20 km bike, 2.5 km run) – Top 5 Men
1. Jesse Bauer (Hamilton, ON) 1:01:46
2. Spencer Summerfield (London) 1:03:13
3. Aaron Putman (Ajax) 1:03:38
4. Chris Marentette (Komoka) 1:05:42
5. Scott Campbell (Oakville) 1:06:46
Sprint Duathlon (5 km run, 20 km bike, 2.5 km run) – Top 5 Women
1. Isabelle Sauve (Corbeil) 1:11:45
2. Paula Lockyer (Meaford) 1:13:37
3. Michele Sheehy (Cobourg) 1:14:35
4. Rebecca Tanner (Toronto) 1:17:22
5. Samantha Howard (Tottenham) 1:17:32
Congrats to Relay team members of Average over 40, The Hammerheads, and the Cambridge Multisport Club on their victories.
Saturday’s races concluded with the always fun to watch Kids of Steel races.
Sunday’s Ontario Duathlon Championship, Olympic Triathlon & Give-It-A-Tri
The Lakeside International Duathlon played host to the Ontario International Distance Championship, a qualifier for the 2015 ITU World Championship.
Scott Finch took the title of Ontario Champion right in this backyard. The Kintore native led the first 10 km run in 38:13, rode the 40 km in 1:03:43 (to stay just ahead of Toronto’s Grahame Rivers who rode a race best 58:35), and finished with a 5 km time of 21:13 5 to claim the overall victory in 2:04:24. Windsor’s David Flacks and Etobicoke’s Andrew McLeod put up solid splits in all three segments to finish second and third respectively.
Lakeside International Distance Duathlon (10 km run, 40 km bike, 5 km run)
Top 5 Men – Ontario Championship
1. Scott Finch (Kintore) 2:04:24
2. Daryl Flacks (Windsor) 2:07:00
3. Andrew McLeod (Etobicoke) 2:08:22
4. Grahame Rivers (Toronto) 2:10:12
5. Darren Cooney (Toronto) 2:10:14
Kitchener’s Shelley O’Bright led front start to finish in the women’s race. She ran 46:34, rode 1:14:39, and ran 24:36 to take the win (2:27:59) over London’s Christine Richardson (2:33:40), and Merlin’s Renee Hartford (2:37:08).
Lakeside International Distance Duathlon (10 km run, 40 km bike, 5 km run)
Top 5 Women – Ontario Championship
1. Shelley O’Bright (Kitchener) 2:27:59
2. Christine Richardson (London) 2:33:40
3. Renee Hartford (Merlin) 2:37:08
4. Wendy Holyday (Caledon) 2:43:13
5. Alexandra Bade (Toronto) 2:46:28
Vanderlinen & Marchant take the Olympic Distance titles prior to the Barrelman
Trailing Ajax’s Michael Murray following the swim and bike (Murray swam 18:59 and biked 1:00:47), Alex VanderLinden ran his was into first and finished with a 39:40 run to take the win in 2:03:09. Coming up just 4 seconds short was Milton’s Andrew Taylor with the top run of 37:04.
Olympic Distance Triathlon (1.5 km swim, 40 km bike, 10 km run) – Top 5 Men
1. Alexander VanderLinden (Chatham) 2:03:09
2. Andrew Taylor (Milton) 2:03:13
3. Michael Murray (Ajax) 2:06:46
4. Steve Good (Kitchener) 2:09:20
5. Simon Lutz (London) 2:10:04
Newmarket’s Kristen Marchant dominated the women’s race with top splits across the board, winning by over 25 minutes! Marchant makes her long distance triathlon debut next weekend at the Niagara Falls Barrelman.
Olympic Distance Triathlon (1.5 km swim, 40 km bike, 10 km run) – Top 5 Women
1. Kristen Marchant (Newmarket) 2:06:28
2. Saskia Holditch (Fonthill) 2:32:20
3. Sayaka Tiessen (Toronto) 2:32:50
4. Lori Stewart (Burlington) 2:37:39
5. Beth Deazeley (Oakville) 2:39:09
Sharon’s Allan Fowler and Wheatley’s Trella Garcia closed out the weekend with wins in the Give-It-A-Tri.
Give-It-A-Tri (400 m swim, 10 km bike, 2.5 km run) – Top 5 Men
1. Allan Fowler (Sharon) 36:41
2. Chris MacIntyre (Greenwood) 38:36
3. Tayler Young (Millgrove) 38:39
4. Justin Dejong (Waterdown) 39:12
5. Jeff Hedley (Brantford) 39:37
Give-It-A-Tri (400 m swim, 10 km bike, 2.5 km run) – Top 5 Women
1. Trella Garcia (Wheatley) 43:19
2. Gabriela Mintis (Guelph) 44:03
3. Amanda Booth (Kitchener) 45:15
4. Yuliya Locka (Oakville) 45:37
5. Sophie Kloppenburg (Arva) 46:02
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Other Cool Stuff
Congratulations to these and to all of our First Timers at Lakeside. Welcome to the Family! We hope to see you again next year.
The Nineteen Racer of the Day won a Pipeline FS wetsuit (MSRP $300).
At our races, make sure to stop by the Recharge With Milk Recovery Zone go get your post-race Chocolate Milk, some swag, to hang out in the shade in comfort, or to have some fun at their photo booth. If you stopped by and took some pictures, you’ll find them at the Recharge With Milk Facebook Page.
Consider joining us for the inaugural Barrelman Triathlon.
Its coming up on September 21st. Online registration will close at noon on Wednesday. We have decided to have race weekend registration. We are very close to 700 registered and would like to see if we can make it to that number.
Thanks for joining us at Lakeside & Thanks to All of our Incredible Volunteers. Special mention goes to Janet Thompson, Gabbi Whitlock and Balance Point Triathlon who provided 56 volunteers over the two days at Lakeside.
Make sure you make it a practice to thank every volunteer you come across whenever you are out racing.
Special thanks go to our Local Presenting Sponsor Du Tri and Run for their support.
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