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Cave, O’Donnell wins Rohto Ironman 70.3 Florida

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cave odonnell wins rohto ironman 70 3 florida 300x207   Cave, ODonnell wins Rohto Ironman 70.3 Florida The 2010 Rohto Ironman 70.3 Florida was won by Timothy O’Donnell (USA) and Leanda Cave (GB) today. At the Walt Disney World Resort’s Fort Wilderness Resort and Campgrounds, O’Donnell crossed the finish line at 3:51:18 while Cave defended her title successfully with a time of 4:14:22.

For its professional prize money plus 75 slots to the Foster Grant Ironman World Championship 70.3, Rohto Ironman 70.3 Florida is offering $30,000. To be presented by Ford, it will be held in one to the world’s top beach destinations, in Clearwater, Florida come November 13 this year.

Today, the men’s field composed of the top five finishers included Bryan Rhodes of New Zealand and TJ Tollakson of USA. David Kahn was first out of the water followed by O’Donnell and Dirk Bockel, the defending champion.

All the way the bike race, Tollakson took the lead, at the T2, O’Donnell and Richie Cunningham of Australia were more…

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Winning Finish for Kemper and Cave at Alcatraz

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winning finish for kemper and cave at alcatraz 1 300x200   Winning Finish for Kemper and Cave at AlcatrazThe 30th Escape from Alcatraz Triathlon was won by Hunter Kemper (USA) and Leanda Cave (GB) in San Francisco. Approximately 1800 athletes were there to race but Kemper and Cave emerged as victors. For Kemper, this was his second time to win the historic event. He previously won in 2005.

Kemper showed off his superior running talent by taking over the lead at the men’s race during T-2. “I was aggressive early in the run. Bevan was able to stay with me for a mile but then I broke away.” With a time of 1:58:21, he held off Bevan Docherty of New Zealand who came in second two minutes later. Andy Potts, the defending champion, took third place from aspirant Chris McCormack.

Kemper embraced the cheers as he crossed the finish line. “You just can’t beat this race. Look at where you swim,” he points to the Alcatraz Island and Golden Gate,…

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