Oakley's Terenzo Bozzone Dominates In Maryland

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Oakley’s former Ironman 70.3 world champion Terenzo Bozzone of New Zealand dominated the Eagleman Half Ironman in Maryland last weekend. Bozzone posted the fastest run split of the day, finishing 1 minute and 34 seconds ahead of James Cotter, who placed second, to take the overall title. Oakley’s Andrew Yoder took third while Oakley’s Samantha McGlone of Canada crossed the line in 4:25:22 to take second in the women’s event.

Bozzone was not in the lead during the bike and swim. During the run, he made up for lost time. The Kiwi ran a 1:19:34 half marathon, taking the win at 3:58:17.

In women’s, Sam Warriner won and former Ironman 70.3 world champion McGlone took second. McGlone looked like she might challenge Warriner, on the bike, but never made it to the front. Oakley’s six-time Kona champ, Natascha Badmann finished sixth overall.

Ironman 70.3 Eagleman
Cambridge, Maryland—June 13, 2010
1.2-mile swim, 56-mile bike, 13.1-mile run

Men
1. Terenzo Bozzone (NZL) 3:58:17
2. James Cotter (USA) 3:59:51
3. Andrew Yoder (USA) 4:00:38

Women
1. Sam Warriner (NZL) 4:20:01
2. Samantha McGlone (CAN) 4:25:22
3. Michellie Jones (AUS) 4:28:25

Author

Erin Edwards

Date

June 15, 2010