World Championship Weekend Roundup

October 14

Lots of action this weekend with TRISUTTO / PRorER athletes!

Julia Norcia finished off the South Carolina Triathlon Series with another win in the Female Masters Open division at the Dam Triathlon in Lexington, SC. 

Joy Jocson won her division again at the LA Legends Sprint Tri in San Dimas, CA. This event usually attracts the top short distance triathletes from all over Southern California, and is part of the historic LA Tri Series that has been around since the 1980's.

Miguel Ramos has only been training with TRISUTTO / PRorER since May, but he has made big gains in a short amount of time. He managed to crack the top ten in his age group for the first time with an 8th place finish in the Men's 55-59 division at Ironman Louisville. Miguel and his wife Rosa attended the Trisutto Jacksonville, FL Camp in April.

Sezin Tacir also cracked the top ten in her age group for the first time at Ironman Louisville by claiming 8th place in the Female 40-44 division with a 3:49 marathon. Sezin, who is originally from Turkey, made the trip to KY from Los Angeles.

Finally, John Bye fulfilled his lifelong triathlon dream by competing in the Ironman Triathlon World Championship in Kona on Saturday. John qualified for Kona in his first IM distance race with TRISUTTO / PRorER at IM Santa Rosa after 16 previous attempts to qualify at the Ironman distance. This was John's third world championship race in the past 6 weeks, having done the ITU Draft Legal Sprint WC, and the Ironman 70.3 WC in Nice. Time for some recovery!

The season is still rolling for our athletes, with IM 70.3 NC coming up this next weekend. 


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