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Breck team wins Duathlon

LEADVILLE – The second annual Leadville High Altitude Duathlon took place last weekend in historic Leadville. Considering that the entire week before the race was both raining and snowing, it turned out on race day to be cloudless, with the temperature a comfortable 50 degrees.

This year, there were a total of 65 participants and the winners are as follows:

* Team of two winners were Greg Rosin and Eileen Brown from Breckenridge (3:31:43).



* The men’s champion was John Gilbert from Durango (3 hours, 15 minutes, 44 seconds).

* The women’s winner was Kathrin Zambrana from Steamboat Springs (3:26:49).



* Team of three winners were Team New Zealand from Denver (3:42:43).

Entire race results can be viewed on the race web site, http://www.highaltitudeduathlon.com.

“I would like to thank all of the volunteers who spent their day making sure this race and the racers were taking care of; I personally thank all of you,” said race organizer Mark Lipman of Silverthorne. “This race could not have happened without you.”

Lipman would also like to thank the following individuals and business:

George and Betty Benson, Deanna Skala, Bud Elliott, Millie Austin, Brian Brooks, Jane Harrelson, Ed Acre, Jim Neamith, Chief Zoller, all officials and officers of Leadville and Lake County, Summit Daily News, BC Consulting, USA Triathlon, Bicycling Magazine, Rocky Mountain Sports, Absolute Bikes, The Boulder Running Company, Blue Sky Catering, Cloud City Coffee House, The Timberline Motel and Leadville Liquors.


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