Race results

Continued Top Form for Hard Working Hills District Athletes

November 21

Romy Wolstencroft - 1st QLD Aquathon Champs / 1st QLD Tri Series
Romy had a full weekend of racing doubling up the Queensland State Aquathon Championships on Saturday then backing up Sunday for the Kawana round of the Qld Tri Series. Romy's never say die attitude saw her overcome early deficits in both races to come home with the wins in both events. 

Skye Moench – 4th IM Arizona
Skye had an outstanding result at the weekends Ironman Arizona coming away with a 4th place Professional Female finish and getting it done in just under 9 hours!
This race demonstrates the hard work Skye has been putting together over the last few month and we can be sure that she’ll be a consistent face on the podium in future.
Sarah Crowley – 1st Hervey Bay 100
Following some rest after Kona and to recover from a pretty solid training block, Sarah headed to regional Queensland to race in the Hervey Bay 100 (2km swim, 80km bike, 18km run). 
This race was included as part of her training and was intended to be a fun hit out in the lead up to Ironman Argentina in 2 weeks. In true form Sarah had a good day taking the lead on the bike and powering home on the run to take out first place overall taking 17min of the previous record time!
Holly Grice – 4th Hervey Bay 100
Holly Grice came away with a hard fought 4th place in the Elite Female field at Hervey Bay. Leading out of the swim and putting together a good bike and run, Holly is demonstrating she has what it takes against seasoned long course athletes. 
This was just her second ‘experimental long course race’, designed to test the waters and fine tune her racing for future events.
Max Neumann – 2nd Challenge Asia Pacific
Finishing off a breakthrough year, Max Neumann finished with a tremendous 2nd Professional male at the Challenge Asia Pacific Championships.
Max is a young talent that is only on the rise, putting together an incredibly consistent year that rarely saw him off the podium in Australia, Europe and Asia.
Shannon Chapman – 6th Ironman Malaysia
Up there as one of the tougher Ironman races due to the high humidity, heat, torrential rain and strong winds, Shannon showed true grit to come away with 6th place Professional Female at Ironman Malaysia. This was her first Ironman as a Professional, demonstrating that she has what it takes to hold it with seasoned Professionals in some very tough conditions.