Two weeks ago, Chattanooga hosted its "test run" 70.3 before the World Championship race comes to town later this year. 

Jackie Hering (WI) took an impressive 3rd place in the pro field behind winner, Heather Jackson, and Olympian, Sarah True.

On the amateur side, Timex Multisport Team athletes, Bruce Gennari (TN) grabbed 1st place in his age group (M50-54), and Wendy Mader (GA) placed 9th in the W40-44 age group.

Factory Team athletes posted solid results as well: Billy Riley (5th M18-24), Jessica Knaus (14th F40-44), Heather Glynn (14th F35-39), and Christopher Bell (19th M30-34).

That same week also saw Kelly Fillnow (NC) place 8th in the women's pro field at Ironman Lanzarote. 

Last week, Jackie Hering (WI) put on a show for the folks at the Run Mad Town 1/2 Marathon, taking 1st place overall. In another running race, Ellen Hart (CO) won her age group at the infamous Bolder Boulder 10K!

This week played host to three 70.3 events - Raleigh, Victoria, and Hawaii 70.3.

In Raleigh, Caitlin Glenn (OH) finished 8th in the F25-29 age group. Factory Team athletes Sue Briers finished 2nd (F60-64) and Matt Davidson finished 7th (M40-44).

Out in Victoria, Lisa Roberts (AZ) finished the day in 4th place in the women's pro race. Justin Metzler (CO) had a solid showing with a 6th place finish in the men's race. 

Sam Mazer (WA) took home the win in the F30-34 age group, and Laurence Delisle (CA) grabbed 2nd in the F25-29 age group.

KC Kent of the Factory Team also had a great day, finishing 2nd in the F18-24 age group.

Sam Mazer showing off some fresh hardware.

Sam Mazer showing off some fresh hardware.

Factory Team athletes Jimi Young and Marc Castelanelli took on Hawaii 70.3, finishing 7th (M45-49) and 15th (M30-34) respectively.

This coming weekend is another big one with three large races: Madison 70.3, 70.3 Eagleman, and Ironman Boulder. 

 

 

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