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IRONMAN Cozumel

    So far, women leaving T1:

    1 49:57 56 Celine Schaerer CHE
    2 49:58 0:01 53 Nicola Spirig CHE
    3 49:59 0:03 76 Ruth Nivon Machoud MEX
    4 50:03 0:07 55 Lucie Zelenkova CZR
    5 51:50 1:54 52 Michelle Vesterby DNK
    6 52:18 2:22 51 Kelly Williamson USA
    7 52:46 2:50 74 Corrie Kristick USA
    8 53:31 3:34 77 Tami Ritchie USA
    9 54:19 4:22 78 Katie Thomas-Morales USA
    10 57:56 8:00 54 Erika Csomor HUN
    11 57:57 8:01 58 Eimear Mullan IRL
    12 58:03 8:06 66 Christine Fletcher CAN
    13 58:30 8:34 60 Anne Basso FRA
    Men out of T1:

    1 46:24 5 Clemente Alonso Mckernan ESP
    2 46:32 0:08 19 Stephen Bayliss GBR
    3 46:32 0:09 16 Todd Skipworth AUS
    4 46:33 0:10 24 Andres Castillo Latorre COL
    5 46:37 0:14 18 Peru Alfaro ESP
    6 46:42 0:18 6 Matt Chrabot USA
    7 46:49 0:26 9 Bas Diederen NLD
    8 48:10 1:46 13 Andriy Lyatskiy RUS
    9 49:59 3:35 15 Francisco Serrano MEX
    10 50:44 4:21 28 Dan McIntosh USA
    11 50:59 4:35 26 Oliver Gonzalez MEX
    12 51:01 4:37 30 Sergio Quezada Ruiz MEX
    13 52:16 5:53 23 Jordan Bryden CAN
    14 52:27 6:04 10 Trevor Delsaut FRA
    15 52:46 6:22 34 Raul Tejada GTM
    16 52:53 6:30 1 Michael Weiss USA
    17 53:02 6:39 20 Sebastian Bleisteiner DEU
    18 53:04 6:40 39 Jonathan Shearon USA
    19 53:09 6:46 37 Allan Villanueva MEX
    20 53:19 6:56 41 Gustavo Rodriguez ESP
    21 53:20 6:57 17 Rodrigo Acevedo COL
    22 53:34 7:11 31 Jason Smith USA
    23 54:31 8:08 33 Georg Swoboda AUT
    24 54:39 8:16 4 Matt Russell USA
    25 54:54 8:30 43 Rene Vallant AUT
    26 55:30 9:07 42 Marcel Bischof DEU
    27 55:54 9:31 25 Greg Close USA
    28 57:03 10:40 3 Victor Del Corral ESP
    29 57:45 11:22 36 Jorge Vazquez MEX
    30 59:18 12:55 38 Jason Watson USA
    More pro women out of the water:

    15 59:24 12:16 71 Jennie Hansen USA
    16 1:00:40 13:31 62 Brooke Brown CAN
    17 1:02:57 15:49 50 Jessie Donavan USA
    18 1:03:05 15:57 73 Tine Holst DNK
    19 1:03:11 16:02 80 Amy Javens USA
    The top 20 men have completed the first of three loops of the bike (55 km's). The running order at that time was:

    1 2:11:58 1 Michael Weiss USA
    2 2:12:31 0:33 5 Clemente Alonso Mckernan ESP
    3 2:12:33 0:36 18 Peru Alfaro ESP
    4 2:12:35 0:37 16 Todd Skipworth AUS
    5 2:12:37 0:39 6 Matt Chrabot USA
    6 2:14:56 2:58 24 Andres Castillo Latorre COL
    7 2:14:57 2:59 19 Stephen Bayliss GBR
    8 2:17:12 5:14 39 Jonathan Shearon USA
    9 2:17:14 5:16 41 Gustavo Rodriguez ESP
    10 2:17:15 5:17 34 Raul Tejada GTM
    11 2:17:17 5:19 10 Trevor Delsaut FRA
    12 2:17:18 5:20 15 Francisco Serrano MEX
    13 2:17:19 5:21 13 Andriy Lyatskiy RUS
    14 2:17:20 5:23 9 Bas Diederen NLD
    15 2:18:48 6:50 33 Georg Swoboda AUT
    16 2:18:50 6:52 4 Matt Russell USA
    17 2:20:38 8:40 31 Jason Smith USA
    18 2:20:39 8:41 37 Allan Villanueva MEX
    19 2:20:40 8:42 43 Rene Vallant AUT
    20 2:22:43 10:46 20 Sebastian Bleisteiner DEU
    Corrie Kristick of the USA has just led the women through 55 km's and holds a 14 second advantage on Vesterby who is riding in second. Schaerer is riding on third, +0:15 while Spirig is with this lead group, sitting +0:16 off the leaders pace.
    Lucie Zelenkova comes through town riding in fifth, but looking at a 4:04 deficit to the leader.
    Correction: Kelly Williamson rode through town (55 km) in sixth, +9:21 followed by Katie Thomas-Morales,+9:38, Ruth Machoud +10:14 and Eimear Mullan +11:12.
    The women's leader, Corrie Kristick is doing her first Ironman here today in Cozumel.
    Jessie Donavan started the bike in the 17th postion and has not clawed back a lot of time to the leader, however the three-time Ironman winner has worked her way to sixth overall and appears to be ready to grab fifth from Zelenkova in the closing km´s.
    Weiss has just dismounted his bike with the lead. He bike a 4:22:21 for the 180 km´s today here in Cozumel.
    Weiss has leads of 15:54 and 15:58 over Alonso and Charbot who have just come into T2.

    #IMCOZ along the course. (Recorded by hubby while Mari is cycling around the island) #IMCozumel #triathlon #triathlete

    TOP 10 Pro Men - Thru 180 km - Bike Finish

    1 5:15:13 1 Michael Weiss USA
    2 5:31:07 15:54 5 Clemente Alonso Mckernan ESP
    3 5:31:10 15:58 6 Matt Chrabot USA
    4 5:38:16 23:04 33 Georg Swoboda AUT
    5 5:38:16 23:04 18 Peru Alfaro ESP
    6 5:38:40 23:27 9 Bas Diederen NLD
    7 5:38:59 23:47 10 Trevor Delsaut FRA
    8 5:39:32 24:19 39 Jonathan Shearon USA
    9 5:41:21 26:09 19 Stephen Bayliss GBR
    10 5:41:24 26:12 15 Francisco Serrano MEX
    We had Weiss go through 7 km about 10 minutes ago, so we should see if Alonso or Chrabot have grabbed back any time on the leader in about five minutes.
    At 7km´s, Weiss is opening up and has stretched out his lead to 17:13 on Chrabot who now is in second place.
    Alonso has run through 7 km in third, and now is looking at a 18:53 deficit.
    Vesterby is the first women off the bike and into T2, after pounding out a 5:11:02 bike split.
    Spirig has run into T2 in second, +2:10 behind Vesterby. Schaerer was next off the bike, +5:51 off the leaders pace.
    Coming into transition in fourth is Corrie Kristick who is doing here first Ironman today.
    TOP 4 Pro Women - Thru 180 Km Bike Finish

    1 6:02:52 52 Michelle Vesterby DNK
    2 6:05:01 2:10 53 Nicola Spirig CHE
    3 6:08:43 5:51 56 Celine Schaerer CHE
    4 6:14:28 11:36 74 Corrie Kristick USA


    TOP 4 Pro Women - Out Of T-2

    1 6:04:22 52 Michelle Vesterby DNK
    2 6:07:48 3:26 53 Nicola Spirig CHE
    3 6:10:36 6:14 56 Celine Schaerer CHE
    4 6:16:49 12:27 74 Corrie Kristick USA
    Donavan, Zelenkova and Williamson have lost a ton of time over the closing km´s of the bike. The trio that are in fifth through seventh got off the bike and looking at 22:46 to 23:20 deficits.
    Weiss has leads of 18:55 and 19:39 over Charbot and Alonso at 14 km´s and is all smilesas he headed out on the second of three laps.
    Spirig looks like she is control of this race at 35 km´s where she has a 2:51 to go in the women´s race.
    TOP 10 Pro Women - Finish

    1 9:14:07 53 Nicola Spirig CHE
    2 9:17:30 3:23 52 Michelle Vesterby DNK
    3 9:24:41 10:34 51 Kelly Williamson USA
    4 9:38:20 24:14 56 Celine Schaerer CHE
    5 9:50:11 36:04 55 Lucie Zelenkova CZR
    6 9:51:22 37:15 50 Jessie Donavan USA
    7 9:59:20 45:13 65 Kelly Fillnow USA
    8 10:04:04 49:57 73 Tine Holst DNK
    9 10:04:43 50:36 62 Brooke Brown CAN
    10 10:06:19 52:13 66 Christine Fletcher CAN
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