Shawnigan Lake Triathlon Summary

Sooke-relevant results of the Shawnigan Lake Triathlon

This year’s Subaru Western Triathlon series was held at Shawnigan Lake, on May 26.

Owen Stampflee ran the Half Iron, and finished 20th out of 75 who completed. He completed in 4:55:32. The Half Iron consists of a 1.9 km swim, an 88 km bike ride, and a 21 km run. Stampflee shaved an impressive 20 minutes off his time from last year’s Saunders Subaru Victoria Triathlon, which he completed in June with a time of 5:15:50

Daralee Hanton and Danny Eddy of Sooke both completed the Sprint. The Sprint consists of a 500 metre swim, a 22 km bike ride and a 5 km run. Their completion times were 1:29:22 and 1:32:17 respectively.

Three runners from TEAM X also ran the sprint relay with a time of 1:25:36.

 

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