Tarrytown native Jordan Rapp won the inaugural Aquadraat Sports Ironman U.S. Championship in 8:11:18 Saturday.
The race included 2,160 athletes ages 18 to 75 running, swimming and biking through parts of New York and New Jersey, including the Palisades Parkway in Rokckland County. For pictures of today's race from Saturday's race, click .
Rapp, age 32 and now living in Thousand Oaks, CA, won by a margin of just over 13 minutes. Mary Beth Ellis, 35, of Superior, CO won the women's race in 9:02:48.
The 140.6-mile race included the 112-mile bike ride through New York and New Jersey on the Palisades Parkway and a 26.2-mile run through New Jersey and Manhattan and a 2.4-mile swim in the Hudson River.
Top Five Men’s Results
- Jordan Rapp, age 32, Thousand Oaks, CA, 08:11:18
- Maxim Kriat, age 28, Ukraine, 08:24:32
- Jozsef Major, age 33, Hungary, 08:27:00
- Trevor Wurtele, age 33, Kelowna, BC, Canada, 08:29:20
- Markus Thomschke, age 28, Pulsnitz, Germany, 08:30:02
Top Five Women’s Results
- Mary Beth Ellis, age 35, Superior, CO, 09:02:48
- Rebekah Keaton, age 34, Australia, 09:13:24
- Amy Marsh, age 35, Rochester, NY, 09:15:57
- Sarah Piampiano, age 32, Cumberland, ME, 09:30:29
- Tamara Kozulina, age 36, Ukraine, 09:33:23
Editor's Note: Results, details and pictures courtesy Ironman.