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Weekend ticker: middle distances in the Philippines and Peru, sprints in Australia and Germany

Weekend ticker: middle distances in the Philippines and Peru, sprints in Australia and Germany

A well-packed race weekend shows that the triathlon season has inevitably begun. Here are the results on the ticker.

Peter Jacob / Spomedis Anne Reishman finished second in Ironman 70.3 Lapu Lapu (archive photo).

Anne Reishman from the Philippines finished second

A week after the Singapore T100, Ann Reishman was back on the starting line. In the middle distance race at Ironman 70.3 Lapu-Lapu in the Philippines, the 32-year-old conceded defeat to Dutchwoman Else Visser (4:21:29) after clocking 4:24:39. Hungary's Zsanett Bragmayer completed the podium after 4:36:41 hours.

Henri Schoeman of South Africa won the men's race after a time of 4:02:31. He beat New Zealander Sam Osborne (4:06:40 hrs) and Great Britain's Thomas Bishop (4:11:01 hrs) to second and third.

Here There are results.

14th for Jonas Schomberg in Australia

At the World Triathlon Cup in Wollongong, Australia, south of Sydney, Jonas Schomburg finished 14th over the sprint distance. The Hanoverian reached the second intermediate zone first, but could not keep pace with the leaders during the run. Local hero Luke Willian clocked 52:51 ahead of Jamie Riddle (South Africa) and Diego Moya (Chile).

In the women's race, Sweden's Tilda Manson won the sprint dual (1:00:39 hours). Maria Velázquez Soto (Colombia) finished second ahead of Ainsley Thorpe (New Zealand).

There are results Here.

Moser and Hirsch are the Duathlon T.M

A five-kilometer run, 21 kilometers on the bike, and then three kilometers in running shoes must be completed in sprint distance at the German Duathlon Championships in Halle (Saxony-Anhalt). The women's win went to Valerie Moser who reached the final in 1:12:32.8 hours ahead of Vanessa Sturm (1:13:02.2 hours). Yasmin Ulbricht completed the podium after 1:14:35.3 hours. Wilhelm Hirsch won the men's race after 1:01:47.6 hours. Felix Büchel finished second in 1:03:20.9 hours ahead of Mattis Dietrich (1:03:51.0 hours).

In the DTU Para Cup, the 800m swim in the pool and the five kilometer run in the athletics stadium the next day were won by Julian Winter in a total of 32:34.9 minutes and Lena Hoshen (35:45.4 minutes).

Here All the results are there.

LK van Engelen is second in the World Cup

In Yenişehir, Turkey, LK van Engelen finished second after 1:17:06 hours. The 750m swim, 20.3km bike and fivekm final run saw the German beaten only by Britain's Megan Richter, who finished in 1:13:32 hours. Japan's Mami Tani finished third in 1:17:40 hours.

In her season debut at international level, Kim Creamer missed out on a podium finish. In 1:04:34 he finished fourth behind Britain's Michael Taylor (1:02:49), France's Antoine Lamarche Poulain (1:03:40) and Britain's Finlay Jakes (1:03:52). Reached the place. .

All the results are there Here.

Colucci and Perez won in Peru

After 1.9 kilometers of swimming, 90 kilometers of cycling and 21 kilometers of running in Ironman 70.3 Peru, Brazilian Renaldo Colucci crossed the finish line first in 3:42:27 hours. Argentina's Luciano Taccone was close behind, finishing second five seconds later. Uruguayan Federico Scarabino finished third (3:43:45 hrs).

In the women's race, Mexico's Cecilia Perez won in 4:16:24 hours ahead of Chile's Sofia Palmacheda Heitmann who needed 4:23:01 hours. Argentina's Romina Palacio finished third after 4:24:26 hours.

There are results Here.

Ironman 70.3 Valencia, Ironman South Africa and Challenge Gran Canaria also took place over the weekend.