Waclawski, Bando win Sea to Ski Triathlon

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  • Tuesday, March 27, 2018 12:12am
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Denver Waclawski and Jennifer Bando won the Sea to Ski Triathlon on Sunday in Homer.

The triathlon starts with a five-kilometer run from Mariner Park on the Homer Spit up to West Homer Elementary School. Then comes a seven-kilometer bike up West Hill Road and across Highland Drive to Roger’s Loop. The event finishes with a five-kilometer ski on the Baycrest Ski Trails.

Waclawski won at 1 hour, 5 minutes, 55 seconds, just four seconds ahead of Josh Mumm. Dynafit Skier was in third place at 1:10:51.

Bando captured victory at 1:17:48, while Annie Ridgely was runner-up at 1:19:42 and Alayne Taylor was third at 1:21:23.

The Coed Team competition went to 2 Buoys and a Gull, made up of Joey Klecka, Elizabeth Earl and Jordan Chilson. The winners finished at 1:12:34, while Just Tri-ing to Finish (Jaclyn Lucas, Kenny Williams and Alina Rykaczewski) was second at 1:27:19.

The Women’s Team title went to Team Eva, made up of Elizabeth Roedl, Sara Barrowcliff and Megan Corazza, in 1:16:20, while Wheelie Awesome (Hanna Young for the run and bike and Joanna Greene for the ski) finished at 1:19:14.

Sea to Ski Triathlon

Ironman — 1. Denver Waclawski, 1 hour, 5 minutes, 55 seconds; 2. Josh Mumm, 1:05:59; 3. Dynafit Skier, 1:10:51; 4. Jeffrey Helminiak, 1:18:28; 5. Martin Renner, 1:21:41; 6. Derek Bynagle, 1:26:53; 7. Seth Spencer, 1:27:36; 8. James Cunningham, 1:30:52; 9. Wobbly One, 1:42:12; 10. Daniel Bunker, 1:50:53.

Ironwoman — 1. Jennifer Bando, 1:17:48; 2. Annie Ridgely, 1:19:42; 3. Alayne Taylor, 1:21:23; 4. Melissa Smith, 1:25:51; 5. Jane Wiebe, 1:25:55; 6. Alison O’Hara, 1:35:20; 7. Heather Renner, 1:37:13; 8. Yvonne Leutwyler, 1:43:33; 9. Emilie Otis, 1:44:04; 10. Kat Sorensen, 1:53:51; 11. Katie Connor, 2:04:13; 12. Jennifer Robinette, 2:11:28.

Coed Team — 1. 2 Buoys And A Gull (Joey Klecka, Elizabeth Earl, Jordan Chilson), 1:12:34; 2. Just Tri-Ing To Finish (Jaclyn Lucas, Kenny Williams, Alina Rykaczewski), 1:27:19; 3. Over The East Hill (Tara Schmidt, Tim Schmidt, Brian Harrison), 1:28:10; 4. Tridecade (Susie Baxter, Louis Dupree, Kevin Walker), 1:42:27.

Women’s Team — 1. Team Eva (Elizabeth Roedl, Sara Barrowcliff, Megan Corazza), 1:16:20; 2. Wheelie Awesome (Hanna Young, Hanna Young, Joanna Greene), 1:19:14; 3. Fierce Mothers (Danielle Meyers, Emily Sloth, Emily Sloth), 1:23:52; 4. Little Lightning Limpets (Elsa Otis, Frida Renner, Eryn Field), 1:47:30.

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