119.3km on Tour_0f_the_Battenkill 2015 (full): 3. Popstarron in 3:41:52. 49.9km on Ironman 70.3 Steelhead - Benton Harbor, MI, USA (full): 1. Badger in 1:31:57. 28.8km on Ironman 70.3 Shepparton, Australia (0%-66%): 1. Roadposer in 52:25.06. 36.9km on Ironman 70.3 Timberman - Gilford, NH, USA (0%-43%): 1. Roadposer in 1:16:27. 30.3km on Ironman 70.3 Cairns, Australia (21%-56%): 1. LindsayC in 48:48.24. 2. CurtP in 48:55.78. 3. Erik-TT in 50:44.32. 6 x 4.0km on Dickie Rd Climb (full): 1. Badger in 1:06:22. 32.9km on Ironman 70.3 Muncie, IN, USA (40%-77%): 1. LindsayC in 51:03.32. 2. Erik in 51:07.38. 3. CurtP in 52:12.02. 17.0km on Ironman 70.3 Muskoka - Bike leg (0%-18%): 1. Phil in 27:33.50. 2. Andrew_Quarq in 27:43.73. 30.9km on Ironman 70.3 Pucon, Chile (14%-84%): 2. CurtP in 55:22.68. 44.0km on Ironman 70.3 Racine, WI, USA (26%-75%): 1. ErikH in 1:14:10. 5 x 4.0km on Dickie Rd Climb (full): 1. Badger in 54:20.10. 35.1km on Ironman 70.3 Port Macquarie (1 of 2 laps) (13%-92%): 1. Roadposer in 1:03:26. 9.0km on Cedar Springs (#1 to Carlisle) (full): 1. Andrew_Quarq in 12:43.02. 2. Art-stac2 in 12:53.70. 31.0km on Ironman 70.3 Augusta, GA, USA (56%-90%): 1. LindsayC in 51:16.86. 2. CurtP in 51:25.04. 29.0km on MSC Triathlon - Belwood (30k) (full): 1. Roadposer in 54:35.53. 4 x 3.0km on Cedar Springs (#1 to Carlisle) (full): -1. phil-stac in 22:58.08. -1. Andrew_Quarq in 18:18.33. -1. Art-stac2 in 22:58.08. 44.8km on Ironman 70.3 Steelhead - Benton Harbor, MI, USA (10%-60%): 1. CurtP in 1:14:19. 33.5km on Ironman 70.3 Pays D'Aix, France (41%-84%): 1. Roadposer in 1:14:59. 9.0km on Donovans Rd to Cape Spear (full): 1. Art-stac2 in 13:08.14. 2. phil-stac in 13:31.19. 3. Andrew_Quarq in 13:54.40. 5 x 4.0km on Dickie Rd Climb (full): 1. Badger in 54:31.98. 20.0km on Ironman 70.3 Haines City, FL, USA (9%-31%): 1. CurtP in 32:05.83. 31.5km on Ironman Frankfurt (1%-28%): 1. LindsayC in 52:20.17. 2. JennS in 53:59.12. 42.9km on Ironman 70.3 Racine, WI, USA (32%-80%): 1. ScottyG in 1:07:48. 124.9km on Man-Vs-Machine (full): 1. "Sherpa"CV in 3:43:52. 166.8km on Man-Vs-Machine (full): 1. "Sherpa"CV in 5:01:30. 34.9km on Ironman 70.3 Augusta, GA, USA (0%-40%): 2. Roadposer in 1:07:09. 31.7km on Vegas TT (full): 1. Erik in 56:09.38. 2. LindsayC in 56:25.03. 3. JennS in 57:27.27. 61.0km on Man-Vs-Machine (full): 1. "Sherpa"CV in 1:48:35. 32.7km on Ironman Hawaii Bike (8%-26%): 1. CurtP in 53:58.71. 45.7km on Ironman Hawaii Bike (17%-42%): 1. ScottyG in 1:13:52. 2. CurtP in 1:18:50. 53.4km on Ironman 70.3 Mallorca, Spain (40%-100%): 1. Roadposer in 1:31:27. 84.0km on Man-Vs-Machine (full): 1. "Sherpa"CV in 2:21:17. 35.7km on Ironman 70.3 Mallorca, Spain (0%-40%): 1. Roadposer in 1:37:46. 34.1km on Ironman 70.3 Cairns, Australia (39%-79%): 1. Roadposer in 1:04:44. 32.7km on Ironman 70.3 Haines City, FL, USA (12%-48%): 1. ScottyG in 49:31.93.

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