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2017

February 17 - 19th. Awesome performance by David in becoming Ultraman Florida Champion, breaking various records along the way. S 10km in 3H 01min, 92-mile Bike in 4h 11min. That was just Day 1. Day 2 Bike - 171 miles in 7h 47min. Demolishing the bike record for Day 2. Day 3 - 52 mile run in a stellar 7h 8min. Phenomenal.

March 19th. Your coach raced for 1st place AG at the Great Clermont Triathlon - S: 23:20, B 1:08:21, R 45:10. 

2nd April. Your coach raced to 1st place AG at the HITS Ocala Triathlon. S: 21:03, B 1:06:08, R 44:45

30th April. Your coach raced to 8th place AG at St Anthony's Triathlon, a gathering place for more than 2000 triathletes.

June 4th. Great job Morgan on a snappy 56 minutes 15km and 6th overall in the Bread and Honey Road Race

June 11th. Congratulations to Kim on finishing her first 70.3.

July 29th. Sri Chinmoy 12 hour race. Congratulations to Perry on winning the Sri Chinmoy 12 hour race outright. 

July 30th. Niagara Subaru Duathlon. Great job Morgan on 4th overall and 2nd in your AG in your first ever duathlon. 

August 19th. Congratulations to Stephanie and Stuart on making their ultra-running debut by racing 50km at Crawford Lake. Stephanie raced to 5th in her AG. Great job.

August 20th. Orillia Duathlon. Congratulations to Morgan on an outstanding 1st overall in only his second ever duathlon. Great job!

September 9th. Guelph Lake Duathlon. Congratulations to Morgan on an excellent 6th place overall and 2nd place AG in only his 3rd ever duathlon.

September 9th. Congratulations to Stuart on his 9th place overall in the Haliburton 50km (5h 31min). Stuart's first ultradistance race.

September 9th. Great job to Stephanie, who was also racing the Haliburton race. She finished a strong 7th in her AG (6h 57min).

September 17th. Barrelman Triathlon. Congratulations to Darren on his 5h 20min performance near Niagara Falls.

September 23rd. Outstanding performances on the track by Jane, who became the new World Record-holder in the 35-39 AG for the very prestigious Hour Record. And Congratulations also to David who, just a few hours later, posted new Canadian Hour Record numbers for the 30-34 AG. Great job you two!

CONGRATULATIONS TO WORLD HOUR RECORD-HOLDER JANE, WHO DECIMATED THE 35-39 MARK AT MILTON VELODROME ON 23 SEPTEMBER - the new mark is a stunning 42.425km.

AND CONGRATULATIONS TO THE NEW CANADIAN HOUR RECORD-HOLDER DAVID WHO ANNIHILATED THE CANADIAN 30-34 HOUR RECORD JUST A FEW HOURS AFTER JANE. 

 Just a few words about the Hour: next to the rainbow stripes and winning the Tour, the Hour record is perhaps the most revered in cycling. But it is such a demanding event that few of even the best cyclists ever attempt it. And those who do are usually changed for ever. Eddy Merckx, perhaps the greatest cyclist who ever lived, said that his attempt on the Hour probably cost him two years of his career. It's that brutal! So you have to admire Jane and David for even attempting this event. And to be able to pull off those records? Phenomenal!

October 21st. Your coach should have been racing the Grand Floridian 1/3 distance triathlon but an Achilles problem nixed that, so he raced the 1/3 Aquabike instead. After logging the fastest swim in 19:48, Erik turned in one of the fastest bike times and finished 2nd overall. 

October 22nd. Congratulations to Morgan on another great marathon performance, clocking in at 2h 57min in the Scotiabank Marathon.