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For Andy Potts it was all fun and games before and after the race.
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Time to get out of the water for the start even if not everybody in attendance is interested in what is going on.
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Brent Poulsen was 8th out of the water and is seen here in pursuit of the leaders.
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There is no longer a doubt who the new bike sponsor of TJ Tollakson is.
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Here comes Chrissie Wellington. First out of the water and on her way to the second fastest bike split.
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Dede Griesbauer got out of the water in second place and was in hot pursuit of Chrissie.
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Because of her late entry, Amanda Lovato never showed up on the Athlete tracker.
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South African Jacqui Gordon has been fighting with Achilles issues.
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With no one else in sight, Andy Potts runs to a course record breaking win and his 3rd title here.
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Chrissie Wellington is also heading towards her third Timberman 70.3 title in as many attempts.
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Still in 3rd place, Dede Griesbauer is about to be passed by Heather Jackson.
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No matter what the cup looks like, the sign says what you can expect.
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Amanda Lovato is gliding on air here, on her way to 6th place.
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A long way from home, South african Raynard Tissink crosses the line in second place with the fastest run of the day.
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Timothy O'Donnell seems to be glad it is all over, but he snagged the final podium spot.
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Second place for Angela Naeth today, plus she recorded the fastest bike split among the women.
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Heather Jackson appears quite happy with her third place finish.
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More cowbell, more cowbell.
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Meanwhile lots of age groupers are still on course.
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Terry Fenoff a 60 year old from PA crosses the line in 8th place for his age group in 5:35:02