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Gallery: Sights and results from 2017 Frisco Triathlon (photos and video)

Photos by Phil Lindeman
plindeman@summitdaily.com
A competitor on the mountain bike leg of the 4th annual Frisco Triathlon, held at Frisco Bay Marina and the Frisco Peninsula trail system July 15. The event drew roughly 300 athletes from across the state for a non-traditional tri: 3K stand-up paddleboard, 12-mile mountain bike and 5K trail run.
Phil Lindeman / plindeman@summitdaily.com |

It doesn’t get more mountain than this.

On July 15, close to 300 athletes of all ages — literally, one of the top finishers was just 17 years old! — came to the Frisco Bay Marina for a tradition in the making: the 4th annual Frisco Triathlon. This non-traditional tri featured a 3K stand-up paddleboard leg, a 12-mile mountain bike leg and a final 5K trail run. The sun was shining, the water was calm and the unconventional field was ready for a day of play on the Frisco Peninsula. Here’s to you, trendsetters.

For complete results, see the “Frisco Triathlon” tab at FriscoRecreation.com.

Top men, overall

1. Spencer Lacy — 1:18:46

2. Graham Tuohy, Lakewood — 1:22:15

3. Brian Hunter, Boulder — 1:23:26

Top women, overall

1. Lauren Gregory — 1:29:30

2. Erin Weber, Denver — 1:36:51

3. Heather Rodgers, Niwot — 1:37:32

Top teams, overall

1. Catie Downs — 1:36:44

2. Team Girls — 1:44:11

3. Senior Vibes — 1:47:10

Top youth boys, 19 years and younger

1. Theo Brunken, Littleton — 1:54:21

2. William Nichols, Breckenridge — 2:00:34

3. Vole Spring — 2:02:30

Top youth girls, 18 years and younger

1. Alice Wescott, Frisco — 1:58:33

2. Andi Bierbaum, Dillon — 2:01:56

3. Anna Goodenbour, Breckenridge — 2:29:28

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