Longhorn 70.3

In a blue cap at 8:10am, was at the swim start of her 3rd half ironman performance. She finished the fresh-water swim course at Decker Lake in 43:40 and handled the bike course with tenacity averaging a strong 20.1mph. The 2 loop run was tough, but the hills, gravel and grass were no distraction for Sasja, who fulfilled her goal of a sub 2:00 half marathon, covering the 13.1 run miles in 1:56:09. Her overall time was a 17-minute personal best of 5:33:23!

Starting at 8:05 am with bib #1102, in his first half ironman appearance--swam 1.2 miles in 38:44. His riding time was a fast 2:33:58, averaging 21.8 mph. He tackled the infamous running hills at the Texas' Capital, and Jorge finished his race in an overall time of 5:43:47, with a 2:23:12 run. Jorge's goal for this race was to go under 5:50. Mission accomplished!

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Try Andy's Tri

We had our first race report quite early this morning directly from Jennifer Gerard who tackled the swim with her best swim time yet (6:58) and biked a solid bike averaging 21.3 mph for this flat 10 mile course. Jennifer claimed 8th in her age group with an 8:44 running pace and an overall time of 1:05.
AWESOME JOB JENNIFER!!
Curious about Try Andi’s Tri?

  • This was the 18th Annual AMICA Try Andy’s Tri
  • The race has sold out since August 3rd, closing the event to further registration and topping it off at 850 participants, 50 more than last year.
  • 30% of the field at this race is usually composed of first timers who get a First TRI medal from AMICA Insurance at the finish line.
  • The Race Director, Andy Stewart, was Junior High PE Teacher to Michelle LeBlanc and her brother, Sean Truesdale, over 25 years ago.


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Archive for 17 October, 2010
In a blue cap at 8:10am, Sasja Jacksonwas at the swim start of her 3rd half ironman performance. She finished the fresh-water swim course at Decker Lake in 43:40 and handled the bike course with tenacity averaging a strong 20.1mph. The 2 loop run was tough, but the hills, gravel and grass were no distraction for Sasja, who fulfilled her goal of a sub 2:00 half marathon, covering the 13.1 run miles in 1:56:09. Her overall time was a 17-minute personal best of 5:33:23!

Starting at 8:05 am with bib #1102, Jorge Lemus--in his first half ironman appearance--swam 1.2 miles in 38:44. His riding time was a fast 2:33:58, averaging 21.8 mph. He tackled the infamous running hills at the Texas' Capital, and Jorge finished his race in an overall time of 5:43:47, with a 2:23:12 run. Jorge's goal for this race was to go under 5:50. Mission accomplished!


Rick Wilson had a 43:41 swim. Unfortunately he flatted on the bike not once, not twice, but FOUR times... and amazingly still finished the bike course under 4 hours! He 'soldiered' on (no pun intended), pushed through and finished the race to its end. He ran 2:30:45 for half marathon, and his overall time was 7:22:27.
Great job OutRival Racing triathletes!

We had our first race report quite early this morning directly from Jennifer Gerard who tackled the swim with her best swim time yet (6:58) and biked a solid bike averaging 21.3 mph for this flat 10 mile course. Jennifer claimed 8th in her age group with an 8:44 running pace and an overall time of 1:05.
AWESOME JOB JENNIFER!!
Curious about Try Andi’s Tri?

  • This was the 18th Annual AMICA Try Andy’s Tri
  • The race has sold out since August 3rd, closing the event to further registration and topping it off at 850 participants, 50 more than last year.
  • 30% of the field at this race is usually composed of first timers who get a First TRI medal from AMICA Insurance at the finish line.
  • The Race Director, Andy Stewart, was Junior High PE Teacher to Michelle LeBlanc and her brother, Sean Truesdale, over 25 years ago.