Faulkner, Shumaker win Mariner Triathlon

Kristen Faulkner and Brian Shumaker won the Homer Mariner Triathlon on Saturday in Homer.

 

Faulkner finished the 1,000-yard swim, 15-mile bike and five-mile run in 1 hour, 36 minutes and 33 seconds, while runner-up Stacey Buckelew finished at 1:55:12.

Shumaker crossed the line at 1:34:12, while mature yellow cheetah was next at 1:45:10.

The top relay was John Roedl and Oliver Manley, with Manley handling the bike and run legs. They finished at 1:40:41.

The event had 105 competitors — 58 individuals and 47 in the relay. The youngest individual competitor was 11, while the oldest competitor was 62. There was even a 9-year-old in the relay.

Athletes came from all over the state, from as far away as Valdez and Bethel. There also was a competitor from Los Angeles.

All athletes who started were able to finish.

Homer Mariner Triathlon

Saturday in Homer

(1,000-yard swim, 15-mile bike, 5-mile run)

Women’s overall — 1. Kristen Faulkner, 1:36:33; 2. Stacey Buckelew, 1:55:12; 3. Jane Wiebe, 1:57:38; 4. Jennifer Bando, 2:01:34; 5. Susie Hosmanek, 2:02:43; 6. Danielle Meyers, 2:03:00; 7. Katra Wedeking, 2:03:02; 8. Amanda Hawes, 2:12:36; 9. Ann Bruner, 2:22:47; 10. Karen Sallee, 2:22:56; 11. Chesnut Sharp, 2:24:15; 12. Heather Sia, 2:24:50; 13. Madison Story, 2:27:28; 14. Holly Handler, 2:31:53; 15. Susan Craig, 2:32:44; 16. Catriona Reynolds, 2:36:59; 17. Valerie Lindeman, 2:39:54; 18. Kaylin Anderson, 2:40:28; 19. Sara Coughlan, 2:41:54; 20. Anna Sia, 2:47:40; 21. Jesse Goodrich, 2:48:29; 22. Ella Blanton-Yourkowski, 2:55:23; 23. Amanda Harber, 2:55:34; 24. Jody Goodrich, 2:57:28; 25. Zoe Story, 2:58:55.

26. Alia Bales, 2:59:03; 27. Adeline Berry, 2:59:03; 28. Hartley Miller, 3:01:20; 29. Loretta Brown, 3:13:33; 30. Vicki Lowe, 3:15:51; 31. Andrea Stineff, 3:26:51; 32. Cheryl Illg, 3:36:51; 33. Iris Downey, 3:52:06.

Men’s overall — 1. Brian Shumaker, 1:34:12; 2. mature yellow cheetah, 1:45:10; 3. Adam Dixon, 1:48:28; 4. Jordan Chilson, 1:58:23; 5. Eric Rozeboom, 1:59:49; 6. Clayton Arndt, 2:00:58; 7. Griffin Downey, 2:00:59; 8. Jeremy O’Neil, 2:02:16; 9. Brian Krautler, 2:03:27; 10. Teddy Handley, 2:03:43; 11. Michael McGuire, 2:04:31; 12. Jeff Herzog, 2:05:28; 13. Seth Spencer, 2:09:23; 14. Jake Nelson, 2:16:09; 15. Derek Bynagle, 2:16:11; 16. Willem Strydom, 2:18:09; 17. Tom Wadsworth, 2:20:10; 18. Peter Roedl, 2:21:22; 19. Lucas Story, 3:26:53; 20. Mavrik Kuzmin, 2:30:40; 21. Ethan Anderson, 2:32:25; 22. Mike Steen, 3:03:50; 23. Bryan Mann, 3:08:00.

Team — 1. Buts on Fire (John Roedl, Manley Oliver), 1:40:41;

2. Sauce (Mary Wood, Tom Gorman, Cole Talbot), 1:45:08; 3. (Jackie Forster, Jasmine Maurer, Katie Ostrom), 1:52:20; 4. Splash Flash and Dash (Jaclyn Arndt, Mike, Samuel Buenting), 2:00:09; 5. The X-tra Tuffs (Skylar Rodriguez, Leif Restad, Brita Restad), 2:04:49; 6. Generation-Tri (Lance Haggerty, Scott Glosser, Chantrelle Cousins), 2:08:06; 7. Two Gulls and a Buoy (Liz Pederson, John Anderson, Sue Baxter-Parsons), 2:08:56; 8. Girls just wanna have fun (Carol Comfort, Devry Garity, Kali Glosser), 2:11:53; 9. Savage (Kathi Jurva, Cheri Cubbison, Bridgette Pedersen), 2:14:49; 10. K-Selo-Razdolna Schools (Ryan Miller, Jan Spurklund, Arena White), 2:15:05; 11. Out on Bail (Leah Shockley, Tessa Luecker, Paula Miller), 2:23:33; 12. BFK (Bristol Johnson, Freida Renner, Kira Milne), 2:30:13; 13. (Chloe Bechtol, Eli Harris, Spencer Warren), 2:30:41; 14. Team Tri (Deb Cox, Kate Crowley, Sherry Pederson), 2:39:45; 15. FAT CAT 3-PACK (Jai Badajos, Lukas Renner, Elena Badajos), 2:40:20; 16. (Elizabeth Love, Anthony Melkomukov, Mia Groves), 3:09:33.

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