10.0km on Cedar Springs (#1 to Carlisle) (full): 2. Vaser in 15:15.66. 20.0km on TDF 2013-Nice-Nice (full): 2. Skippy74 in 28:30.00. 28.9km on MSC Triathlon - Belwood (30k) (full): 1. Michel C in 45:45.08. 2. Jocelyn in 46:13.68. 64.6km on TDF2013 Stage 21 Versailles-Paris (full): 1. PACman in 1:41:29. 2 x 14.0km on Racetracks: Circuit de la Sarthe (Le Mans 24H) (full): 1. Michel C in 44:08.11. 3. Rolland in 47:23.71. 48.8km on Ironman 70.3 Mont-Tremblant, QC, CAN (31%-100%): 1. Marc-Antoine in 1:25:43. 2. Rich in 1:31:26. 3. Geoff in 1:33:35. 14 x 3.9km on Racetracks: Circuit de Monaco (full): 1. litespeedmarc_CT in 1:52:03. 10 x 2.0km on Racetracks: Laguna Seca (full): 1. Matthew in 33:31.53. 2. Chris in 33:43.55. 1.0km on University Downs loop (full): 1. MARK in 1:43.22. 10.0km on Tuesday Upper Loop (full): 1. Nac/Norco-LA in 14:31.27. 2. Ernesto in 14:34.45. 3.0km on Cedar Springs (#1 to Carlisle) (full): 1. Ken Mayes in 4:12.88. 45.9km on Smith and Edwards Loop (28 miles) (full): 1. Ken Mayes in 1:19:18. 2. EGW1970 in 1:19:25. 50.8km on Ironman 70.3 Cairns, Australia (0%-57%): 1. Mike K in 1:13:04. 2. Evo-Ben in 1:13:22. 3. i'm_a_Girl in 1:14:19. 19.8km on Ironman 70.3 Mont-Tremblant, QC, CAN (full): 1. scott in 33:25.73. 2. peteless73 in 33:26.48. 2 x 7.4km on Ironman 70.3 Racine, WI, USA (full): 1. Harley - LEAN in 23:22.70. 2 x 13.0km on Racetracks: Circuit de la Sarthe (Le Mans 24H) (full): 1. johnnycanehdian in 37:20.06. 2 x 13.0km on Racetracks: Circuit de la Sarthe (Le Mans 24H) (full): 1. francois in 40:13.11. 2. Will in 40:42.68. 3. greg in 41:20.96. 34.8km on TDF2014 - Stage 6 (47%-65%): 2. heyfool in 1:05:24. 33.9km on TDF2013 Stage 15 Givors-MontVentoux (2%-16%): 2. Chuck in 1:02:22. 3. CSK Pacer #1 in 1:07:57. 20.0km on Smith and Edwards Loop (28 miles) (53%-97%): 1. Turbo442 in 35:06.57. 22 x 2.0km on Tuesday Upper Loop (41%-46%): -1. mattv in 28:39.72. 1. Tim H in 59:33.86. 2. PBR7 in 59:36.59. 3. Roofrak_CT in 59:37.06. 40.0km on Ironman 70.3 Muncie, IN, USA (37%-82%): 1. Shane in 57:18.60. 2. Gage in 58:21.83. 27.9km on Ironman 70.3 St.George, UT, USA (28%-61%): 1. Isa in 44:53.12. 3. WASPcam/Nacs-JR in 45:55.41. 8 x 4.0km on Racetracks: Mosport (full): 1. Chris in 50:50.66. 45 minutes on Ironman Lake Placid (1/2 laps) (full): -1. Walterwhite in 42:18.58. 15 x 3.0km on Tuesday Upper Loop (47%-54%): 1. Casey in 1:06:33. 24.8km on Vegas TT (full): 1. francois in 47:18.58. 4 x 8.0km on TDF 2013-Nice-Nice (4%-36%): -1. Keith in 41:38.61. 1. Casey in 49:49.91. 2. KennyG in 49:54.19. 28.9km on Ironman 70.3 St.George, UT, USA (28%-61%): 1. Phil in 46:45.45. 20.0km on TDF 2013-Nice-Nice (full): 1. Player 1 in 38:42.93.

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