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IRONMAN 70.3 Muskoka




  • And then, just when you weren't looking, it's suddenly #raceWeek #im703muskoka #muskoka #ontario #hereGoesNothing

  • Pro women start list:

    BIB LAST FIRST Category COUNTRY
    31 Gordichuk Alexandra WPRO CAN
    32 Lentzke Jennifer WPRO CAN
    33 Martineau Caroline WPRO CAN
    34 Bevilaqua Kate WPRO AUS
    35 Martin Britta WPRO NZL
    36 Huse Sue WPRO CAN
    37 Jahn Kirsty WPRO CAN
    38 Spieldenner Jennifer WPRO USA
  • Pro men start list:

    1 Vanderlinden Alex MPRO CAN
    2 Cyr Edward MPRO CAN
    3 Cavelier Sacha MPRO CAN
    4 Monnink Jordan MPRO CAN
    5 Lantz Derek MPRO CAN
    6 Brisindi Patrice MPRO CAN
    7 Sanders Lionel MPRO CAN
    8 Beals Cody MPRO CAN
    9 Amorelli Igor MPRO BRA
    10 Beardsall Andrew MPRO CAN
    11 Boggs Ian MPRO USA
    12 Chase Nicholas MPRO USA
    13 Crawford Guy MPRO NZL
    14 Eickelberg Tom MPRO USA
    15 Glavac Nick MPRO USA
    16 Gray Nigel MPRO CAN
    17 Jolicoeur Desroches Antoine MPRO CAN
    18 Pawlaczyk Kyle MPRO USA
  • Finish line!
    #claudiolisias_PT #IM703muskoka #traininghard #thegrillgroup #burgerface #rockerchef #fightfit #markham #thornhill

  • All the way down there? That's the swim venue at #im703muskoka

  • Lionel Sanders comes into the race as the clear favorite, however first he will have to contend with Brazil's Igor Armorelli and fellow Canadian Cody Beals who both will likely going off the front on the bike. Germany's Britta Martin and Kiwi Kate Bevilaqua highlight a women's field laced with Canadian women.

    Featured men:
    Lionel Sanaders, Cody Beals and Igor Armorelli
    Featured women: Kate Bevilaqua, Britta Martin and Jennifer Spieldenner.

    Follow the IRONMAN 70.3 Muskoka race action here on IRONMAN.com and on Twitter at @IRONMANLive. Join the conversation using the hashtag #IM703Muskoka.

    Race start time: Sunday, July 5: 7:00 a.m. EDT
  • In the men's race Igor Amorelli from Brazil is the first out of the water with a 23:00 swim. Ian Boggs was next, +0:24 followed by Atoine Desroches, +0:50.

  • TOP 13 at swim finish:


    1 23:00 9 MPRO Igor Amorelli BRA
    2 23:24 0:24 11 MPRO Ian Boggs USA
    3 23:50 0:50 17 MPRO Antoine Jolicoeur Desroches CAN
    4 26:35 3:35 1 MPRO Alex Vanderlinden CAN
    5 26:45 3:45 12 MPRO Nicholas Chase USA
    6 26:47 3:47 4 MPRO Jordan Monnink CAN
    7 26:59 3:59 3 MPRO Sacha Cavelier CAN
    8 27:44 4:45 2 MPRO Edward Cyr CAN
    9 27:48 4:48 7 MPRO Lionel Sanders CAN
    10 27:52 4:52 6 MPRO Patrice Brisindi CAN
    11 27:54 4:54 18 MPRO Kyle Pawlaczyk USA
    12 27:56 4:56 5 MPRO Derek Lantz CAN
    13 28:17 5:17 15 MPRO Nick Glavac USA
  • USA's Jennifer Spieldenner is the first women to emerge from the water.
  • Spieldenner was the first women out of the water with a 25:23 swim time followed by Kirsty Jahn +3:53, Sue Huse +6:14, Caroline Martineau +6:18 and Jennifer Lentzke +9:31.
  • Top 5 pro men at swim finish: (5 pro women starters only)

    1 25:25 38 FPRO Jennifer Spieldenner USA
    2 29:18 3:53 37 FPRO Kirsty Jahn CAN
    3 31:39 6:14 36 FPRO Sue Huse CAN
    4 31:43 6:18 33 FPRO Caroline Martineau CAN
    5 34:56 9:31 32 FPRO Jennifer Lentzke CAN
  • The one loop course circles Lake of Bays and passes through the entire District of Muskoka, including Dwight, Dorset and Baysville.

  • In the men's race we suspect that Sanders will close the gap to Amorelli throughout the 94 km’s of the bike here in Muskoka, but Amorelli is no slouch on two wheels. Amorelli, t
    he 2014 Ironman Brazil and 2015 Ironman 70.3 Puerto Rico champion will have his work cut out for him on the run as Sanders is likely one of, if not the premier runners at the half distance right now when he is on his game.
  • TOP 10 Pro Men - Bike 35 km

    1 1:18:28 9 MPRO Igor Amorelli BRA
    2 1:21:58 3:30 7 MPRO Lionel Sanders CAN
    3 1:22:49 4:22 11 MPRO Ian Boggs USA
    4 1:24:15 5:48 18 MPRO Kyle Pawlaczyk USA
    5 1:24:48 6:20 17 MPRO Antoine Jolicoeur Desroches CAN
    6 1:25:22 6:55 4 MPRO Jordan Monnink CAN
    7 1:25:24 6:57 12 MPRO Nicholas Chase USA
    8 1:25:26 6:58 1 MPRO Alex Vanderlinden CAN
    9 1:27:50 9:23 3 MPRO Sacha Cavelier CAN
    10 1:29:07 10:40 5 MPRO Derek Lantz CAN
  • Jennifer Spieldenner has stretched our her lead to +5:15 on Kirsty Jahn at 35 km's.
  • TOP 10 Pro Women - Bike 35 km

    1 1:30:57 38 FPRO Jennifer Spieldenner USA
    2 1:36:11 5:15 37 FPRO Kirsty Jahn CAN
    3 1:38:36 7:40 36 FPRO Sue Huse CAN
    4 1:39:24 8:28 33 FPRO Caroline Martineau CAN
    5 1:43:49 12:53 32 FPRO Jennifer Lentzke CAN
  • Big shoot out to all the volunteers at Ironman 70.3 Muskoka. http://pbs.twimg.com/media/CJJ2uPtUYAA_tWv.jpg

  • #im703muskoka #muskoka70.3 #muskokaironman #ironman. Go Athletes go!! #mainstreet #dorset

  • Sanders is first off the bike after pounding out a 2:16:08 bike split over the 94 km's.
  • Amorelli is second off the bike, +4:32 off Sanders pace. Sanders out-split the Brazilian by 9 minutes on the bike!
  • TOP 10 Pro Men - Bike Finish

    1 2:46:19 7 MPRO Lionel Sanders CAN
    2 2:50:50 4:32 9 MPRO Igor Amorelli BRA
    3 2:53:39 7:21 18 MPRO Kyle Pawlaczyk USA
    4 2:57:00 10:42 11 MPRO Ian Boggs USA
    5 2:58:39 12:21 4 MPRO Jordan Monnink CAN
    6 2:58:56 12:37 12 MPRO Nicholas Chase USA
    7 2:59:14 12:56 1 MPRO Alex Vanderlinden CAN
    8 3:00:10 13:52 17 MPRO Antoine Jolicoeur Desroches CAN
    9 1:27:50 9:23 3 MPRO Sacha Cavelier CAN
    10 1:29:07 10:40 5 MPRO Derek Lantz CAN
  • Top bike splits for the men:


    1 2:16:08 7 Lionel Sanders
    2 2:22:41 6:33 18 Kyle Pawlaczyk
    3 2:25:09 9:01 9 Igor Amorelli
    4 2:29:12 13:04 4 Jordan Monnink
    5 2:29:34 13:26 12 Nicholas Chase
    6 2:30:05 13:57 1 Alex Vanderlinden
    7 2:30:46 14:38 11 Ian Boggs
    8 2:33:52 17:44 17 Antoine Jolicoeur Desroche
  • Spieldenner is the first women off the bike and heading into T2 after biking a 2:44:29.
  • Jahn is the next women into T2, and is +4:33 off of Spieldenner's pace.

  • TOP 5 Pro Women - Bike Finish

    1 3:12:38 38 FPRO Jennifer Spieldenner USA
    2 3:17:05 4:28 37 FPRO Kirsty Jahn CAN
    3 3:20:08 7:31 36 FPRO Sue Huse CAN
    4 3:25:58 13:21 33 FPRO Caroline Martineau CAN
    5 3:30:55 18:17 32 FPRO Jennifer Lentzke CAN
  • Sanders is leading at the halfway point of the run and has a +11:23 lead on Pawlaczyk and +12:59 on Boggs.
  • TOP 10 Pro Men - Run 10.55 km

    1 3:26:54 7 MPRO Lionel Sanders CAN
    2 3:38:16 11:23 18 MPRO Kyle Pawlaczyk USA
    3 3:39:52 12:59 11 MPRO Ian Boggs USA
    4 3:39:56 13:03 1 MPRO Alex Vanderlinden CAN
    5 3:41:42 14:49 4 MPRO Jordan Monnink CAN
    6 3:47:03 20:09 17 MPRO Antoine Jolicoeur Desroches CAN
    7 3:47:25 20:32 5 MPRO Derek Lantz CAN
    8 3:48:09 21:15 12 MPRO Nicholas Chase USA
    9 3:48:51 21:58 15 MPRO Nick Glavac USA
    10 3:49:45 22:52 3 MPRO Sacha Cavelier CAN
  • Lionel Sanders is your 2015 Subaru Ironman 70.3 Muskoka champion in a winning time of 4:02 :52
  • Spieldenner’s lead has been whittled down to +2:14 by Jahn and 10.5 km’s.
  • Alex Vanderlinden from Canada is second with a finish time of 4:16:30.
  • Top 3 women through 10.5 km's

    1 3:58:35 38 FPRO Jennifer Spieldenner USA
    2 4:00:48 2:14 37 FPRO Kirsty Jahn CAN
    3 4:07:15 8:40 36 FPRO Sue Huse CAN
  • Top 5 Pro Men - Finish

    1 4:02:52 7 MPRO Lionel Sanders CAN
    2 4:16:30 13:38 1 MPRO Alex Vanderlinden CAN
    3 4:19:33 16:41 11 MPRO Ian Boggs USA
    4 4:19:56 17:04 4 MPRO Jordan Monnink CAN
    5 4:20:38 17:46 18 MPRO Kyle Pawlaczyk USA
  • Jennifer Spieldenner is your 2015 Subaru Ironman 70.3 Muskoka champion in a winning time of 4:39:27. The winner had to survive a late charge from behind by Jahn who finished just 40 seconds back Spieldenner.
  • TOP 3 Pro Women - Finish

    1 4:39:27 38 FPRO Jennifer Spieldenner USA
    2 4:40:07 0:40 37 FPRO Kirsty Jahn CAN
    3 4:50:18 10:51 36 FPRO Sue Huse CAN
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