A skier from the women’s team “sarahlisa” competes at the Sea to Ski Triathlon in Homer, Alaska, on Sunday, March 31, 2019. (Photo by Jeff Helminiak/Peninsula Clarion)

A skier from the women’s team “sarahlisa” competes at the Sea to Ski Triathlon in Homer, Alaska, on Sunday, March 31, 2019. (Photo by Jeff Helminiak/Peninsula Clarion)

Greer, Kornfield win Sea to Ski Triathlon

Forrest Greer and Tamra Kornfield won the Sea to Ski Triathlon on Sunday in Homer.

The triathlon starts at the base of the Homer Spit with a 5-kilometer run to West Homer Elementary. There, racers transition to bikes, where they ride 7 kilometers up West Hill Road and across Highland Drive to the Rogers Loop trail head for the Baycrest Trails. There, racers switch to skis for a 5-kilometer loop.

Greer won the Ironman category at 1 hour, 8 minutes, 52 seconds, while Miro Schaad was runner-up at 1:11:00. Kornfield took the Ironwoman category at 1:15:17, while Jennifer Bando was runner-up at 1:17:00.

I Predict Pain was the men’s team winner at 1:06:24, Presidents was the coed team winner at 1:07:06 and Full Throttle Mama’s was the women’s team winner at 1:11:01.

Sea to Ski Triathlon

Sunday in Homer

Coed team — 1. Presidents, 1 hour, 7 minutes, 6 seconds; 2. DAB, 1:18:14; 3. Tri-nagles, 1:30:57; 4. Worth a Tri, 1:30:58; 5. 209 Combined Age Group Contenders, 1:38:04; 6. Former Leprechauns, 1:52:32.

Ironman — 1. Forrest Greer, 1:08:52; 2. Miro Schaad, 1:11:00; 3. Ian Marks, 1:13:29; 4. Jeffrey Helminiak, 1:14:12; 5. Jamieson Barnes, 1:15:30; 6. Joey Klecka, 1:15:55; 7. Jason Herreman, 1:15:58; 8. Michael Bergholtz, 1:17:31; 9. Wilfrid Roedl, 1:19:43; 10. Wes Jones, 1:27:06; 11. Mikel Salzetti, 1:27:19; 12. John Roedl, 1:35:12; 13. Adrian Isenhour, 1:37:56; 14. Aaron Isenhour, 1:37:56; 15. Jai Badajos, 1:56:21; 16. Lukas Renner, 1:56:41; 17. Martin Renner, 1:56:42.

Ironwoman — 1. Tamra Kornfield, 1:15:17; 2. Jennifer Bando, 1:17:00; 3. Melissa Smith, 1:18:22; 4. Katie Miller, 1:19:57; 5. Jane Wiebe, 1:24:23; 6. Maria Salzetti, 1:26:07; 7. Katie Holmes, 1:27:02; 8. Kathy Sarns, 1:29:41; 9. Allison O, 1:36:24; 10. Alecia Stengel, 1:39:51; 11. Jamie Whiteman, 1:46:01; 12. Elena Badajos, 1:47:30; 13. Eryn Field, 1:47:30; 14. Frida Renner, 1:47:31; 15. Rebecca Morissey, 2:09:55; 16. Rachel Stone, 2:36:44; 17. Sherry Pederson, 2:38:04.

Men’s Team — 1. I Predict Pain, 1:06:24; 2. Big Bad Pickles, 1:39:15.

Women’s Team — 1. Full Throttle Mama’s, 1:11:01; 2. Orcas, 1:38:49; 3. Ptarmigan Wrustlers, 1:40:37; 4. sarahlisa, 1:42:41.

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