The Victorian Sprint Championships drew an impressive turnout at 2XU Triathlon Series Elwood, with more than a full field capacity of athletes crossing the finish line on Sunday 5 March.
While Luke Bate and Kate Sarris both secured their first wins for the series in the elite races. The excitement and energy were palpable as the top elite athletes pushed themselves to the limit and lead Age Group athletes who displayed their grit and determination, fiercely vying for the highly coveted Victorian Championship medals.
The 750-meter swim, 20-kilometer bike ride, and 5-kilometer run proved to be a challenging test of endurance, strength, and skill, with the competitors pushing themselves to their limits in near perfect conditions to earn their place on the podium.
The Victoria triathlon community eagerly awaited the upcoming finale of the 2022/23 Victorian State Series.
The highly anticipated last race of the 2XU Triathlon Series scheduled for Sunday 26 March in St Kilda will serve as the Victorian Standard Championships and the last opportunity for Triathlon Australia members to secure points towards State Series Awards.
|Female 12-13||Madigan CARROLL|
|Male 12-13||Cadel CROSS|
|Female 14-15||Natasha GURTLER|
|Male 14-15||Merlin TZAROS|
|Female 15-19||Abigail BOUCHIER-JAFARI|
|Male 15-19||Charlie YOUNG|
|Female 20-24||Adele KINCSES|
|Male 20-24||Sebastian ASHER|
|Female 25-29||Alana PARK|
|Male 25-29||Ryan MOURITZ|
|Female 30-34||Steph ANDERSON|
|Male 30-34||David FAWKES|
|Female 35-39||Vanessa MURRAY|
|Male 35-39||Mark HEWAT|
|Female 40-44||Hayley GNIEL|
|Male 40-44||James STEPHENS|
|Female 45-49||Karen NOBLE|
|Male 45-49||Adam CONQUEST|
|Female 50-54||Sarah CLARK|
|Male 50-54||Gavin STUART|
|Female 55-59||Virginia FORBES|
|Male 55-59||Daryn JAMES|
|Female 60-64||Marcelle PAINTER|
|Male 60-64||Tom GIBSON|
|Male 65-69||Mick VARKER|
|Male 70-74||Philip HANLEY|
|Male 75-79||John ALLEN|
|Female Multiclass||Montana WHITELEY|
|Male Multiclass||Harry MEZGER|