Justin Metzler (USA) And Danielle Lewis (USA) Claim Victories at the 2022 IRONMAN 70.3 Oregon Triathlon
July 10, 2022
- Over 2,300 athletes converged in Salem, Oregon for the second edition of the IRONMAN 70.3 Oregon triathlon
SALEM. Ore. (July 10, 2022) /ENDURANCE SPORTSWIRE/ – Salem, Oregon’s capital city and the Willamette Valley hosted the IRONMAN 70.3 Oregon triathlon on Sunday, July 10 where thousands of athletes, including professional and age-group athletes took to the region for the second edition of the event. The event saw Justin Metzler (USA) take the overall victory with a finishing time of 3:39:57. In the women’s professional race, it was Danielle Lewis (USA) who ran away from the rest of the women’s field taking top spot on the podium with a finishing time of 3:59:33.
Just under a minute behind Metzler, Jack Moody (GBR) generated an impressive performance to earn a second-place finish with an overall time of 3:40:38. Kyle Buckingham (ZAF) rounded out the podium in third with a time of 3:42:09. In the professional women’s race, it was three-time IRONMAN World Championship Mirinda Carfrae (AUS) taking home second place behind Lewis with an overall time of 4:05:26 while Oregon resident Heather Jackson (USA) finished in third with a time of 4:06:44.
Top five professional men’s results:
|1. Justin Metzler||USA||00:16:26||02:07:15||01:11:45||03:39:57|
|2. Jack Moody||GBR||00:16:38||02:07:56||01:11:56||03:40:38|
|3. Kyle Buckingham||ZAF||00:16:23||02:06:53||01:13:54||03:42:09|
|4. Marty Andre||USA||00:16:29||02:07:59||01:13:29||03:42:43|
|5. Stephan Kilshaw||CAN||00:16:57||02:06:59||01:14:27||03:43:32|
Top five professional women’s results:
|1. Danielle Lewis||USA||00:18:03||02:17:58||01:18:45||03:59:33|
|2. Mirinda Carfrae||AUS||00:17:53||02:20:38||01:21:54||04:05:26|
|3. Heather Jackson||USA||00:17:47||02:17:54||01:26:00||04:06:44|
|4. Hannah Wells||NZL||00:17:23||02:21:01||01:26:32||04:10:00|
|5. Kelly Fillnow||USA||00:17:47||02:24:55||01:26:43||04:14:11|
The 2022 IRONMAN 70.3 Oregon triathlon saw 2,300 athletes take on 70.3-mile journey throughout Oregon’s capital and its surrounding areas. Athletes ranging in age from 18 to 81 competed in the 2022 IRONMAN 70.3 Oregon. Athletes embarked on a 70.3-mile journey consisting of a 1.2-mile down river swim in the Willamette River, a 56-mile ride through Oregon’s wine country and 13.1-mile run featuring Minto Brown Island Park. The 2022 IRONMAN 70.3 Oregon was a dual qualifier offering qualifying slots to both 2022 Intermountain Healthcare IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship in St. George, Utah AND to 2023 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship in Lahti, Finland.
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