Results from 2016 Frisco Triathlon and Breck 100 MTB race |

Results from 2016 Frisco Triathlon and Breck 100 MTB race

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Youth Regionals — Silverthorne Storm gymnastics, July 15-16

The first high-level meet of the season for the Silverthorne Storm, the Silverthorne Recreation Center’s youth gymnastics team, attended by more than 10 teams from across the Denver and Rocky Mountain region. The local team next sends athletes to Arvada West High School for the youth state meet this weekend, July 22-24.

Head coach Ben Way has the details from regionals in Aurora:

We had a pretty strong showing in Aurora last Friday and Saturday. We qualified almost everyone for the state meet (must place top six in your age group to qualify). Out of 34 competing, the Storm qualified 20 as all arounders. Out of those we had eight AA champions, and overall we had 22 trips to the top of the podium.

As a team we had some very strong moments, some of which received compliments from the judges. Our Compulsory 4 team killed it on floor: 10 girls competed and nine of them scored 9.15 or better. The floor judge came up to me later and said “Wow — I mean wow.” Mackenna Simson got pretty much the same reaction from the beam judges after her beautiful routine there.

Compulsory 4 also had 9-of-10 reach the podium for AA, with Naya Rostad, Peyton Daly and Emily Koetteritz ending in first. All of the C-4s will go to state for at least two events.

The Garcia sisters were the toast of the Compulsory 3s. Kaia and Arie Garcia (both first-year competitors) each ended up first in AA. You can bet their momma was proud! (In fact, their mother, Heather, connected with the Commerce City coach, who coached her when she was a CARA gymnast in Denver.) Also for C-3s, Marly Lovett took second, Sophie Brower took fourth and Sierra Reil took sixth, all for AA.

For optionals athletes — our highest level — we had three AA Champs: Lilly Hess, Scarlett Murphy and Isabella Comai. Mackenna Simson took second in AA, and Holly Visor and Raina Miller both took sixth in AA.

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Breck 100 — July 16

An annual endurance mountain bike race held on three singletrack and dirt road loops in Breckenridge and the surrounding area. Athletes competed in three divisions: the 32-mile Colorado Trail loop, the 68-mile Colorado Trail and Boreas Pass to Como loop, and the 100-mile Wheeler Pass to Colorado Trail to Boreas Pass loop. The race included divisions for solo riders and 100-mile trios, plus singlespeed masochists.

Men’s solo 100 winners, overall

1. Bryan Dillon, 19-29 division — 8:29:14

2. Josh Tostado, 40-49 division — 8:41:01

3. David Krimstock, 19-29 division — 8:43:56

Women’s solo 100 winners, overall

1. Sari Anderson, 30-39 division — 10:21:56

2. Jennifer Wolfrom, 30-39 division — 11:34:50

3. Laureen Coffelt, 40-49 division — 12:48:06

Team 100 winners, overall

1. Team Topeak Ergon — 8:41:00

2. Keith Curtis team — 10:52:11

3. Dan Durland team — 10:58:46

Men’s solo 68 winners, overall

1. Ryan Petry, 19-29 division — 5:30:39

2. Scott Tietzel, 30-39 division — 5:41:16

3. Nate Whitman, 40-49 division — 5:49:55

Women’s solo 68 winners, overall

1. Jennifer Smith, 40-49 division — 6:58:18

2. Renee Lockey, 40-49 division — 7:43:01

3. Esther Baumann, 40-49 division — 7:50:25

Men’s solo 32 winners, overall

1. Anthony Inanacito, 40-49 division — 2:32:38

2. Dean Hill, 40-49 division — 2:39:41

3. Jason Reynolds, 40-49 division — 2:43:46

Women’s solo 32 winners, overall

1. Ally Faller, 19-29 division — 3:10:32

2. Zena Maldonado, 30-39 division — 3:15:50

3. Jennifer Spinelli, 40-49 division — 3:16:07

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Frisco Triathlon — July 16

The third edition of a hybrid triathlon, hosted by the town at Frisco Bay Marina and the Frisco Peninsula on a hot and dusty July 16. The event drew roughly 230 youth and adult athletes (and nearly 150 women) for a 3K stand-up paddleboard leg, a 12K mountain bike leg and a 5K trail running leg, with divisions for solo and team competitors. For complete results, see

Men’s winners, overall

1. Sylvan Ellefson, 1:17:43

2. Jeff Beckman, 1:24:15

3. Brent Snider, 1:25:06

Women’s winners, overall

1. Mia Stockdale, 1:27:46

2. Jennifer Schappert, 1:40:44

3. Heather Rodgers, 1:47:07

Women’s 30-39 division (40 total, largest division)

1. Adrienne Arnason, 1:52:39

2. Jaime Mender, 1:54:59

3. Beth O’Brien, 1:55:02

Team winners, overall

1. BAM 2016, 1:48:00

2. Travis Family, 1:49:16

3. 3 Moosekeeters, 1:51:35

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