32.8km on Ironman 70.3 Austin, TX, USA (33%-70%): 1. KennyG in 56:27.42. 2. ErinH in 56:31.37. 3. CurtP in 56:49.96. 31.2km on Ironman 70.3 Cairns, Australia (10%-46%): 1. LindsayC in 51:12.70. 3. KennyG in 53:06.99. 31.9km on Ironman 70.3 Steelhead - Benton Harbor, MI, USA (62%-99%): 1. CurtP in 52:58.51. 89.6km on Ironman 70.3 Austin, TX, USA (full): 1. BikeShop 2 in 2:17:34. 2. chris in 2:18:07. 3. Micah in 2:18:09. 29.9km on Ironman 70.3 Augusta, GA, USA (67%-100%): 1. KennyG in 50:16.41. 75 minutes on Ironman 70.3 Haines City, FL, USA (47%-100%): 1. Big Jimmy in 1:15:00. 2. BikeShop 2 in 1:15:00. 3. chris in 1:15:00. 31.9km on Ironman 70.3 NewOrleans, LA, USA (53%-88%): 1. KennyG in 55:09.62. 42.7km on Ironman 70.3 Haines City, FL, USA (1%-48%): 1. ScottyG in 1:04:54. 2. KennyG in 1:11:07. 30 minutes on Donovans Rd to Cape Spear (full): 2. Micah in 30:00.00. 3. chris in 30:00.00. 32.7km on Ironman 70.3 Haines City, FL, USA (10%-46%): 2. KennyG in 54:25.59. 40.7km on Ironman 70.3 Shepparton, Australia (1%-92%): 1. NicoleL in 1:04:58. 2. KennyG in 1:04:58. 3. SusanG in 1:05:10. 2 x 46.8km on Breckenridge-Fairmont (full): -1. Bike Shop 6 in 2:34:33. -1. Big Jimmy in 2:34:33. 1. Micah in 2:22:17. 2. Bike Shop 1 in 2:22:44. 31.9km on Ironman 70.3 Steelhead - Benton Harbor, MI, USA (1%-37%): 1. CurtP in 54:58.38. 1.0km on University Downs loop (full): 1. Roy in 1:20.72. 31.6km on Ironman Frankfurt (7%-34%): 1. KennyG in 53:51.07. 2. BillC in 56:01.14. 2 x 46.8km on Breckenridge-Fairmont (full): 1. Micah in 2:25:44. 2. Bike Shop 1 in 2:25:44. 30.9km on Ironman 70.3 Racine, WI, USA (44%-79%): 1. NicoleL in 50:43.13. 2. Erik in 50:45.89. 3. KennyG in 52:17.26. 47.6km on Centurion Ont 2013-Horseshoe Valley 50km (full): 1. Big Jimmy in 1:17:38. 2. Micah in 1:17:39. 3. chris in 1:18:02. 30.8km on Ironman 70.3 San Juan, Chile (43%-80%): 1. LindsayC in 50:23.25. 2. KennyG in 50:23.35. 3. NicoleL in 51:11.11. 39.8km on Ironman Melbourne (Asia-Pacific Champs) (1/2 laps) (20%-64%): 1. KennyG in 1:12:03. 2. NicoleL in 1:13:40. 3. LindsayC in 1:14:42. 31.9km on Ironman 70.3 Cozumel, Mexico (16%-52%): 1. CurtP in 53:07.88. 31.0km on Ironman 70.3 Augusta, GA, USA (52%-86%): 1. KennyG in 56:19.36. 2. CurtP in 57:11.70. 3. NicoleL in 57:40.20. 4 x 10.0km on Ironman 70.3 Haines City, FL, USA (19%-30%): 1. LindsayC in 1:04:28. 2. NicoleL in 1:04:35.

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