Another weekend, another plethora of amazing performances from our E3 Tri team athletes and coaches!
On Friday, Bryan Canterbury kicked off his season in style placing 3rd AG at the Solstice Tri! Great job Bryan.
Jana Richtrova defended her title and won 1st female overall for the 5th year in a row by over 8 minutes.
We also had MANY PR’s across the board!
Lindsey Wolfe posted a new 70.3 PR, won the W30-34 age group, and was 8th overall, while taking 11 minutes off last years time! Watch out Lake Placid!
Kate Williams also crushed it, and won her age group by nearly 15 minutes, while also posting the fastest age group bike time! Looks like the training with that new power meter is paying off!
Meaghan Wilk kicked of her season and posted a monster PR by almost 20 min finishing improving in all 3 disciplines and transitions as well. Great work!
Talk about monster PR’s, Chris Powers crushed his previous PR by 36 minutes and just like Meaghan improving across the board even though he couldn’t quite keep his nutrition down throughout the race. Talk about perseverance.
The PR’s continued for Geoffrey Brown who posted a PR of 17 min in his 2nd 70.3 ever!
Stephanie Feltman made her comeback to long course racing, and not to be outdone posted a new 70.3 PR as well and an 18 minute PR! Great confidence booster as she gets ready for Ironman Mont Tremblant.
Meghan Irvine had a fantastic day and posted an amazing 25 min personal best & finished 9th AG
Brian Kearney had a tough day when his body rebelled and he couldn’t race as usual. Still, he fought hard and managed a 9th AG.
Nancy Gomes battled through a tough day as well, but still, she never gave up and successfully finished with a smile on her face!
Special shoutout to E3 friend and Team Psycho member Joe O’Leary for finishing in the podium. Well done Joe!
At the Patriot Aquabike
Coach Brett Johnston successfully made his come back to racing, and rocked the swim/bike!
Tyler Noyes also made a comeback and even snagged a podium spot by finishing 3rd in his Age Group!
At Syracuse 70.3
Stephanie Doyon continued her amazing start to the season posting a PR, finishing 1st in her AG and earning her spot for the 70.3 World Champhionship on very tough warm/humid/windy day.
Bash Zaganjori fought the harsh weather conditions and even though he had a tough day with a difficult swim, a trouble riddled bike performance and cramping on the run, he managed to earn a spot for the 70.3 World Championship as well! Way to fight all day long Bash!
Lee Ann Marchionna took on just her 2nd 70.3 ever, and she couldn’t have picked a tougher course or race conditions. She stayed strong all day long and earned herself a great top 20 Age Group finish! Great job Lee Ann!
Great job everyone! Keep on training and racing hard!