CHALLENGEMIAMI served up a thrilling show as some of the world’s best
triathletes battled it out on a 78.7 kilometre course at CHALLENGEMIAMI, including Jan Frodeno, PTO rank number one in the world, who hadn’t competed since October 2020, and took home first place in the men’s Pro Race.
The world-famous motor racing circuit delivered a COVID-19 friendly race with the 1.5km swim taking place in the lake at the centre of the circuit, a 60.3km bike and a 16.9km run around the iconic Homestead-Miami Speedway® track.
Jan Frodeno, CHALLENGEMIAMI Champion and number one in the world, delivered a 02:37:57 time. Chasing right behind him was Lionel Sanders, who had an impressive 02:40:28.0 time. Bringing in third place was Ben Kanute, fourth Chris Leiferman, and fifth Rudy Von Burg.
Jodie Stimpson won a thrilling battle in the women’s race managing to hold off number two in the world, Lucy Charles-Barclay who suffered a two minute penalty from passing on the left instead of the right. Coming in at third place was Hering, fourth Sarah Perez Sala, who had a lead in the race for quite some time, and fifth Skye Monech.