With temperatures in the mid-30s, the participants completed a 400 metre swim, a 20 km bike leg, and a 5 km run.
Tory Younger was the top Whistler competitor, finishing eighth overall, second among women, and second in the womens 25 to 29 category with a total time of one hour, 25 minutes and 21 seconds.
Liam OBrien was ninth overall and second in the mens 19 to 24 group with his time of 1:25:39 despite the fact that he came out of the water in 125 th place out of 239 starters.
Yolanda Foose was 33 rd overall and fourth in the womens 25 to 29 race with a time of 1:30:53.
Kristy-Lee Harris was 71 st and fifth in the womens 19 to 24 group with her time of 1:39:16.
Tessa Herbert was 46 th among women and third in the womens 35 to 39 group in 1:43:22.
Shannon Tooey finished in 1:48:27, 27 th out of 61 racers in the 25 to 29 group.
Jeannine Mickelow was 31 st in the same category, finishing in 1:51:20.
Alison Taylor was 33 rd , also in the 25 to 29 bracket, with her time of 1:52:16.
Anik Champoux was one back of Taylor with her time of 1:52:58.
Dave Evans was 17 th in the mens 30 to 34 race in 1:59:47.
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