Race Coverage

"Trying Not to Slow Down"...

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Duluth's SHYANNE MCGREGOR has established herself as one of America's premier amateur long-distance triathletes, especially at the 70.3 distance. Back in May she placed 3rd at Chattanooga, then three weeks ago she won Ironman 70.3 in Augusta Maine. Her time was fast--4:28:25-and admittedly assisted by a downhill river swim. A flat water swim would have yielded a sub-4:40.

She had this to say about her Maine performance on Facebook:

What a day! The swim was fast thanks to the river. The bike was hilly but I felt strong. the run was just me trying to not slow down. Happy to take the overall female amateur win yesterday!

Thank you to my husband for putting up with me when I’m nervous and supporting my dreams.

Thank you to my family and friends for your love, prayers and words of encouragement!

Thank you to my coach @pedrogomestri for preparing me and building a unique plan that works for me. @pgtrisquad

Time to recover and build for the next one!

Here are some of Shyanne's long distance highlights: ...

2023

- 3rd @ Chattanooga 70.3 - 4:40:23

- 1st @ Maine 70.3 - 4:28:25

2022

- 4th @ Eagleman 70.3 (MD) - 4:29:32

2021

- 1st @ HITS Sarasota 70.3 - 4:21:02

- 4th @ Boulder 70.3 - 4:48:03

- 7th @ Timberman 70.3 (NH) - 4:53:30

2019

- 4th @ Ironman Florida - 9:47:52

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