Competitors turn out for Buck Hurley Triathlon

  • Posted: Sunday, May 5, 2013 12:52 p.m.
    UPDATED: Sunday, May 5, 2013 6:27 p.m.
A young competitor races out of the pool and heads to jump on her bike during the Buck Hurley Triathlon Sunday. Photo by Emily Ford
A young competitor races out of the pool and heads to jump on her bike during the Buck Hurley Triathlon Sunday. Photo by Emily Ford

SALISBURY — Despite chilly temperatures, the Buck Hurley Triathlon attracted close to 150 competitors Sunday.

Friends and family cheered as runners sprinted across the finish line after swimming in the J.F. Hurley YMCA pool and biking around Salisbury.


The fourth annual event featured a sprint triathlon, team relay and events for kids ages four to 11. Proceeds will go to support YMCA families in need.

Race results include:

Female overall:

1st Jennifer Leiser 54:45

2nd Delaine Fowler 59:56

3rd Jennifer DeHart 1:02:30

Male overall:

1st James Haycraft 51:18

2nd Cory Tretsky 54:00

3rd Patrick Rimron 54:10

Female overall masters:

1st Pam Roseman 1:08:27

2nd Acquawon Stallworth 1:10:57

3rd Mary Helen Atkins 1:11:01

Male overall masters:

1st Vaugh Nelson 58:34

2nd Joey Pardue 58:55

3rd Earle Koontz 1:01:29

Female grand masters

1st Leslie Evans 1:34:37

2nd Lyn Boulter 1:50:24

3rd Jackie Crane 2:13:02

Male grand master:

1st Tom Torkildsen 1:04:08

2nd Greg Zamule 1:11:51

3rd Gary Condray 1:14:56

All-female team winners:

Amelia Steinman, Scotti Webb, Mimi Webb 1:18:27

All-male team winners:

Andy Jeter, Bret Busby, Andrew Burgess

Co-ed team winners:

Kisha Kirk, Guiseppe lopriore, Antony Nero

Read more race results and the story in Monday’s Post.

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