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Two Town Triathlon Results: Area Kids Show Prowess During Big Race

Kids from ages 7 to 14 swam, biked and ran to compete in the Two Towns Triathlon.

Gold and silver medalists pose following the Two Towns Triathlon that took place Saturday. Contributed photo.
Gold and silver medalists pose following the Two Towns Triathlon that took place Saturday. Contributed photo.
Kids from ages 7 to 14 hit the pool, mounted their bikes and made a mad dash to the finish as they participated in the Two Towns Triathlon.

A group of young athletes took the challenge Saturday with laps around South Orange Pool, a bike ride through Meadowland Park and the West Montrose neighborhood, concluding their journey at the duck pond in Meadowland Park.

Kids in the 7-8 age bracket swam 50 yards, biked 1.25 miles and ran 1/3 of a mile. Kids in the 9-10 bracket swam 100 yards, biked 2 miles and ran 2/3 of a mile.

Those in the 11-12 age bracket swam 150 yards, biked 3.5 miles and ran 1 mile. Participants in the 13-14 bracket swam 200 yards, biked 4.25 miles and ran 1 1/3 mile.

The top three winners in each age bracket, divided by gender and listed from first to third are as follows:

Females
  • Ages 7-8: Ariella Elman, Lily Westhelle and Sophia Tsioulcas
  • Ages 9-10: Sydney Mannion, Jillian Canning and Izzy Brody-Kaplan
  • Ages 11-12: Sophie Lawrence, Zoe Lynch and Nava Levene-Harvell
  • Ages 13-14: Marie Fagan, Chloe Lawrence and Lilly-Anne Kalderen
Males
  • Ages 7-8: Elkan Pleat, Miller Nelson and Yael Ben-Adi
  • Ages 9-10: Tyler Headley, Robin Kalderen and Gavin Swanson
  • Ages 11-12: Aidan Dwyer, Aidan Boyer and Joachim Santiago
  • Ages 13-14: Saverio Kaufman, Ruben Artzi and Elias Verdun

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