Yet another successful racing weekend for our athletes. Special mentions: Colin 3rd place overall, Serenity 37min PR, Chris 1st half ever, Jana 21st female at the 70.3 World Championship

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The past few weekends were buys yet successful racing weeks for our athletes, coaches and friends.

On the week ending September 2nd, 2012

The Mayflower Sprint Triathlon at Plymouth Rock
-Brian MacIlvain finished 6th overall
-Brian Sampson finished 1st in his Age Group

Rev3 Maine – Half Distance
-Coach Rick Durgin – 4:52hr 1st in his Age Group
-Brad Wagoner – 4:57hr 6th in his Age Group
-Chris Lydon finished his 1st half distance ever, congratulations!

Green Mountain Stage Race
-Noah Manacas competed on this 4 day cycling stage race as his 1st experience ever and had a solid showing finishing 25th at the 1st day time trial, 27th at the 2nd day circuit race and finally dropping to 30+ on the 3rd day stage race when a mechanical 1st and injury 2nd forced him to skip the 4th day criterium. But, he is on the mend and getting ready for cyclocross season.

Big George Half Distance Triathlon
-Serenity Coyne completed her 2nd half distance ever and she managed to post a great 37 min personal best

On the week ending September 9th, 2012

70.3 World Championship
– Jana Richtrova continued her successful season posted a personal best for this course of 5:07hr battling the heat, good enough for 6th in her Age roup and 21st female amateur overall
– Dan Arnett had a solid showing finishing in 5:17hr
– Carolyn Pfalzgraf also battled the elements in addition to a flat tired which affected her final time, still, she overcome this to finish 11th in her Age Group
– Boston Tri teammate Pat Dwyer also fought hard through the tough hot day and though not the result he could have achieved, he completed the race in a solid time.

Rev3 Cedar Point Half Distance
– Colin Dunham also continued his path towards Ironman Arizona and a successful 2012 season finishing 4:27hr which earned him 3rd place amateur overall and 2nd place in his Age Group. Great job Colin!

Pumkinman Half Ironman
– Amy Robinson Greenwood had her return to long course distance racing and she had a great day finishing in 5:32hr.

Lehigh Valley Health Network Marathon
– Boston Tri teammate Meg MacSwan had a great day and achieved her goal of sub 3:35hr to qualify for the Boston Marathon with an official time of 3:34:49!

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