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At the Races
ARIZONA STATE DEFENDS WOMEN’S COLLEGIATE TITLE
Three Arizona State University women swept the individual podium on Nov. 5 at the Women’s Collegiate Triathlon National Championship at Tempe Town Lake, as the Sun Devils successfully defended their team title on home soil.


Freshman Hannah Henry took the individual win, followed by sophomore Charlotte Ahrens in second and freshman Kyla Roy in third. Eighty-one women hit the start line, a record field for the third official National Champion-ship since triathlon became an NCAA Emerging Sport for Women in January of 2014. In total, 11 varsity teams and 10 club teams were represented in all three divisions.


Athletes covered a sprint-distance course featuring a 750-meter swim, draft-legal 20-ki-lometer bike and 5-kilometer run.


“It’s awesome that we all came top-three and that our whole team did so well,” Henry said. “This sport is so new at the collegiate level, and it’s great that we were able to finish strong and have this much support. There were definitely some strong girls here, so I’m happy.”


WOMEN’S COLLEGIATE TRIATHLON NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
750m swim, 20k bike, 5k run
 


OVERALL TEAM
1. Arizona State University, 6
2. Queens University of Charlotte (club program), 17
3. University of California at Berkeley (club program), 39
4. University of Colorado at Boulder (club program), 46
5. North Central College, 83

OVERALL INDIVIDUAL
1. Hannah Henry, Arizona State University, 1:03:34
2. Charlotte Ahrens, Arizona State University, 1:03:56
3. Kyla Roy, Arizona State University, 1:04:40
4. Anabel Knoll, Queens University of Charlotte (club program), 1:04:47
5. Kaitlyn Kramer, North Carolina State University (club program), 1:05:01

TEAM CHAMPIONS BY DIVISION
Division I: Arizona State University, 6
Division II: Queens University of Charlotte (club program), 17
Division III: North Central College, 83

INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS BY DIVISION
Division I: Hannah Henry, Arizona State University, 1:03:34
Division II: Anabel Knoll, Queens University of Charlotte (club program), 1:04:47
Division III: Grace Miller, North Central College, 1:10:00
 


AQUATHLON NATIONAL CHAMPIO NSHIPS
3k run, 1,000m swim, 3k run

 


Male Overall: Hunter Janus (Lexington, S.C.), 36:45
Female Overall: Makena Gates (Canton, Ga.), 41:06
M15-19: Hunter Janus (Lexington, S.C.), 36:45
F15-19: Makena Gates (Canton, Ga.), 41:06
M20-24: Brock Mone (Murrieta, Calif.), 43:33
F20-24: Caroline Lepesant (Altadena, Calif.), 42:28
M25-29: William Hartje (Neptune Beach, Fla.), 36:51
F25-29: Gillian Staudt (Bingham Farms, Mich.), 43:27
M30-34: Adam Goulet (Portland, Ore.), 39:16
F30-34: Amanda Huck (Arlington, Texas), 43:09
M35-39: Adrian Cameron (Austin, Texas), 38:51
F35-39: Sarah Newcomb-Baker (Kingston, Mass.), 44:04
M40-44: Shannon Horn (Post Falls, Idaho), 40:41
F40-44: Devon Bijansky (Austin, Texas), 52:08
M45-49: Jamie Cleveland (Austin, Texas), 39:47
F45-49: Jennifer Huffman (Oceanside, Calif.), 46:17
M50-54: David Balis (Plano, Texas), 39:39
F50-54: Katie McCully (Eastham, Mass.), 45:01
M55-59: Bobby Gonzales (El Paso, Texas), 41:01
F55-59: Sharon V. Smith (Austin, Texas), 46:58
M60-64: Louis Almekinders (Chapel Hill, N.C.), 46:07
F60-64: Catharine Utzschneider (Chestnut Hill, Mass.), 50:19
M65-69: Kevin Simmons (Lake Mary, Fla.), 50:11
F65-69: Janet Buchanan (Encinitas, Calif.), 56:35
M70-74: Don Viviani (Arlington, Va.), 55:18
F70-74: Susan Thompson (Sugar Land, Texas), 1:04:27
M75-79: Arby Kitzman (Morro Bay, Calif.), 1:07:27
F75-79: Peggy McDowell-Cramer (Santa Monica, Calif.), 1:28:25
M80-84: Craig Kuglen (Austin, Texas), 1:26:22
52 | USA TRIATHLON | WINTER 2018

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