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ITU ROUNDUP
ITU DALLAS PAN AMERICAN CUP
Greg Billington (Colorado Springs, Colo.) led the way for the U.S. on June 1 when he picked up his first Continental Cup win at the Dallas ITU Triathlon Pan American Cup. William Huffman (Colleyville, Texas) was second in 1:45:30 and Ben Kanute (Geneva, Ill.) took third in 1:46:36. In the women’s race, Mexico’s Claudia Rivas won by nearly a minute, posting a time of 1:56:11. Elite Triathlon Academy athletes Erin Jones (Hood River, Ore.) and Johanna Gartman (Chattanooga, Tenn.) finished in 1:57:09 and 1:57:42, respectively, to take second and third.


 


ITU WORLD TRIATHLON AUCKLAND
Matt Chrabot (Virginia Beach, Va.) logged a 12th-place finish April 5 at the Barfoot & Thompson World Triathlon Auckland. 2012 Olympic silver medalist Javier Gomez won with a time of 1:55:51. Fellow Spaniard Mario Mola was second in 1:56:03 and Joao Silva of Portugal took third in 1:56:22.


 


MOOLOOLABA ITU WORLD CUP
Matt Chrabot returned to form in March with a runner-up performance at the Mooloolaba ITU Triathlon World Cup, racing to his first World Cup podium finish since 2011 with a time of 1 hour, 54 minutes, 53 seconds on the 1,500-meter swim, 40-kilometer bike, 10-kilometer run course. Javier Gomez of Spain earned the win in 1:54:32. Chrabot outlasted Australia’s Peter Kerr, who was third in 1:54:55, for second.


 


CLERMONT ITU PAN AMERICAN CUP
London Olympian Sarah Groff earned the women’s victory, and Jarrod Shoemaker raced to third on the men’s side to lead the United States at the Clermont (Fla.) ITU Sprint Triathlon Pan American Cup on March 9. Kaitlin Donner (Gainesville, Fla.) finished third in 1:00:31.


 


SARASOTA PAN AMERICAN CUP
Tommy Zaferes led the way for the Americans on March 16, earning second place at the inaugural Sarasota ITU Triathlon Pan American Cup. Zaferes (Santa Cruz, Calif.) was edged out in the last 200 meters to finish second in 1 hour, 44 minutes, 35 seconds. Joao Pereira of Portugal took the tape in 1:44:33, and Miguel Arraiolos, also of Portugal, rounded out the podium with a time of 1:45:08.

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