'2008' Singapore 70.3
Photos provided by Rich Seow.
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2009 Field Update for this weekends race.
Craig Alexander AUS
Chris McCormack AUS
Simon Thompson AUS
Pete Jacobs AUS
Reinaldo Colucci BRA
Bryan Rhodes NZL
Cameron Watt AUS
Oyvind Johannessen NOR
Manny Huerta USA
Andreas di Barnado AUT
Norbert Langbrandtner AUT
Kjell Schiöberg GER
Yvonne van Vlerken NET
Rebekah Keat AUS
Lucie Zelenkova CHZ
Thereza Macel CAN
Kate Major AUS
Andrea Hewitt NZL
Jodie Swallow GBR
Jocelyn Sui-Yee Wong USA
Erin O'Hara NZL
Lea Coline Langit PHI
In addition to the jaw-dropping list of elites, there are more than 43 countries represented in the age group entry!
Simon Thompson won it in 2008 so should be in the top 3, especially if his build up has been good. It will be great to see Macca and Alexander race head to head over this distance. Macca would probably have won Kona last year if it wasn't for his dud bike.
Interesting to see Andrea Hewitt starting also. Haven't seen her starting in any other non-drafting races but always expected to see it; she is strong on the bike but a hilly course may suit her better. Expect to see her top 3 but again there will be some new challenges for her in this race. If she picks the right 70.3 courses she will win for sure.
The other highlighted athletes are the ones I will be watching to place highly.
Elite men and woman awaiting the start signal.
The lead swimmers coming to end of the swim.
Sunrise with the big ships in the background. This is an image in my mind from my short visit there many years ago.
The fastest bike split of the day in action.
Belinda Granger was 9 mins back in 4th.
Not bad after winning ironman Canada 2 weeks ago.
Pete Jacobs was 2 mins back in 3rd overall.
Luke McKenzie(left) and Bryan Rhodes(right).
Bryan Rhodes took out ironman Canada only 2 weeks prior to this race.
Terenzo Bozzone rode hard and finished 2nd overall only 15 seconds back from Thompson.
Fitch Leads Keat into T2.
Gina Ferguson had a good race finishing 4mins back in 2nd place.
He was one of the fastest runners in ITU and put this to good use with 3 olympic distance world championship titles.
Simon Thompson wins.
One last look behind.
Rebekah Keat had time to celebrate in the finish chute.
Aussies take 1st, 3rd & 4th in Singapore
Mens and Womans tri-suits.
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