Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Eagleman 70.3

Cambridge, Maryland played host to the annual Eagleman 70.3 this past weekend. blueseventy's Natasha Badmann proved she's still got it finishing second to Carfrae. Badmann rode almost eight minutes faster to take a three minute lead starting the run. Carfrae caught the six-time Ford Ironman World Champion of Switzerland at the turnaround of the run. The two women battled it out for a short time before Carfrae, the 2007 Foster Grant Ironman 70.3 World Champion, pulled away to take the lead. Rounding out the top three finishers was blueseventy athlete Desiree Flicker. Flicker will also be racing Ironman Couer d'Alene this weekend and is likely to be one of the main contenders.
On the men's side, it was current 70.3 World Champion Ternezo Bozzone who took the win over Cunningham. blueseventy's own Michael Lovato rounded out the top 3 finishers. Lovatos dual top ten results at the Kona Ironman World Championships make him a formidable force in the longer distances.
Great racing athletes!

1 CARFRAE, MIRINDA 10/16/11 28/Professional 00:26:29
02:24:42 01:19:33 04:13:27
2 BADMANN, NATASCHA 22/13/14 43/Professional 00:30:26 02:16:38
01:26:48 04:17:00
3 FICKER, DESIREE 19/19/16 33/Professional 00:29:07 02:28:08
01:24:17 04:24:49

1 BOZZONE, TERENZO 1/1/1 24/Professional 00:23:35 02:08:11
01:16:54 03:51:11
2 CUNNINGHAM, RICHIE 3/3/2 36/Professional 00:24:15 02:11:14
01:13:25 03:51:27
3 LOVATO, MICHAEL 9/2/3 36/Professional 00:26:26 02:08:59
01:18:43 03:56:50

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