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At the Races
KANUTE, MEHNERT TOP OUTSTANDING FIELDS AT NATIONALS
The University of Arizona’s Ben Kanute and the University of Colorado’s Michelle Mehnert raced to Olympic-distance titles at the USA Triathlon Collegiate National Championships on April 13 in Tempe, Ariz.


Kanute led the field of 605 men throughout the 1,500-meter swim, 40-kilometer bike, 10-kilometer run course to finish in 1 hour, 46 minutes, 36 seconds. Michael Poole from the University of South Florida was second in 1:47:08, and Iowa’s Alex Libin logged a 33:29 run split to finish third in 1:47:15.


Mehnert, who is in her first year of representing Colorado, crossed the finish line in 2:01:13, more than a minute clear of the field. California’s Erika Erickson finished second with a time of 2:02:28, and San Diego State’s Brittany Braden finished in 2:03:28 for third.


For more coverage, visit www.usatriathlon.org/usatcn13


 


COLORADO CLINCHES 4TH CONSECUTIVE TEAM TITLE
Three-time defending champion University of Colorado added another team title to their collection April 13 at the USA Triathlon Collegiate National Championships. Colorado also won the men’s team title and the women’s team award went to California, while the Elite Triathlon Academy from the University of Colorado Colorado Springs bested the Mixed-Team Relay field.


On Friday, Ben Kanute from the University of Arizona and Erin Jones from the University of Colorado Colorado Springs were victorious in the debut of the Draft-Legal Collegiate Championship.


48 USA TRIATHLON SUMMER 2013

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