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XTERRA Whistler results

Off road triathlon returns to Lost Lake Park
Lou and Cormac Xterra race
Lou and Cormac O’Brien celebrate after both finishing third in the Xterra 15K trail race at Lost Lake on Saturday, June 11.

Last weekend, Lost Lake Park was host to the 2022 XTERRA Whistler. The weekend consisted of two triathlon races—the longer championship race and a shorter sport category—as well as a relay and the newly introduced 15-kilometre trail run.

The overall winner of the championship distance was Edmond Roy in the elite category with a total time of 2:22:59, followed by Nathan Killam, Elliot Hotham and Brian Summers rounding out the top four.

The top female finisher in the elite category of the championship distance was Katelyn Button, who came in at seventh overall with a time of 2:47:55, with Christy Drever and Andrea Burley rounding out the top three.

The sport distance’s top finisher was Tom Ballhausen with a time of 1:33:33. Following close behind and rounding out the top three were Rafeeq Kagee and Hendri Eksteen.

On the women’s side, Rachel Munger and Cassandra Gunton finished first and second with times of 1:41:45 and 1:42:13, respectively.

In the first-ever XTERRA 15-km trail race, the Sea to Sky stole the show with six of the top 10 finishers being from the area.

The overall winner of the race was Washington state’s Barrett Fishner with a time of 1:30:49.

Running in the female 15-19 category, Whistler’s Mira Alden Hull followed closely behind the leader finishing second with a time of 1:32:57.

Other notable Sea to Sky performances included Squamish’s Laura Beamish at fourth overall, Whistler’s Cormac and Louise O’Brien at fifth and seventh, respectively, Brackendale’s Jane Emerick in eighth and Whistler’s Corey Koop in ninth.

Find full results here.