Females Stand Tall at Geelong 70.3 - ETPA Race Results
What a day for the ladies at Ironman Geelong 70.3!
20 athletes on course
2 x race wins
1 x podium
5 x World Champs Qualifiers
Females stand tall
Kelly Miller continues her performance growth taking out her first 70.3 and Australian AG Title. Penny Tomkinson picks up 2nd in her AG with a World Champs Qualification. Narissah Shaw, Amanda Thompson and Melissa Wilson all stamp tickets for the World Champs. The depth of our female program, including medical and allied support, peer support and coach knowledge is market leading.
You can’t hide from the results we turn out each year.
Phil Hanley also smashed his AG with a solid win. Mark Deagan tested his legs on the bike, securing the fastest male 40-44 years ride of the day in addition to some new learnings. The first timers, Michael Korunoski and Shaun Bannister had great days out with solid races.
Matthew Sullivan, M25-29, 4:25:30, World Champs Qualifier
Mark Deagan, M40-44, 4:27:52
Carl Fannon, M45-49, 4:32
Kelly Miller, F40-44, 4:48:04, 1st
Mark Quin, M30-34, 4:56:10, PB
Steph Demestichas, FPro, 5:01
Phil Hanley, M65-69 years, 5:07:13, 1st
Nate Walsh, M30-34 years, 5:07: 17
Mark Costello, M60-64 years, 5:08:31
Narissah Shaw, F25-29, 5:08:24, PB, World Champs Qualifier
Melissa Wilson, F40-44 years, 5:14:22, World Champs Qualifier
Amanda Thompson, F40-44 years, 5:16:26, PB, World Champs Qualifier
Paul Vallay, M40-44 years, 5:17:44
Michael Korunoski, M25-29 years, 5:39:07, 1st timer
Shaun Bannister, M55-59, 5:41:29, First timer
Gary Nicholls, M65-69, 5:42:29
David Britt, M60-64 years, 5:51:12
Penny Tomkinson, F60-64 years, 5:57:52, 2nd, World Champs Qualifier
Anthony Egan, DNF
David Deakin, DNF
Congratulations all on an amazing day of racing