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Past Amateur Results



2018 Race Results
All America - 2018 USA Triathlon
#1 Ranked USA Triathlon Female AG 30-34, Pacific Northwest Region
#4 Ranked Ironman Overall, 30-34 Age group USA Female
Negative Split half marathon, 1st AG, 4th OA woman
Bloomsday 12k, Top 25 AG finisher
Chafe150 Bike ride, 3rd OA woman
Ironman CDA 70.3, 1st AG, 1st OA Amateur, 9th OA woman, 4:38:13 (Course PR)
Ironman Canada, 1st AG, 2nd OA woman, 10:35:43 (Course PR), Kona qualifier
Ironman World Championships, 21st AG, 10:19:43, (Ironman PR)
Indian Wells La Quinta 70.3, 2nd AG, 2nd OA Amateur, 15th OA woman, 4:37:28

2017 Race Results
All America - 2017 USA Triathlon
#2 Ranked USA Triathlon Female AG 25-29, Pacific Northwest Region
#3 Ranked Ironman 70.3-only, 25-29 Age group USA Female
Partners in Pain 5k, 1st AG 81-95, w/ Bryan. 5th OA woman.
St. Paddy's Day 5-miler, 1st AG 25-29, 32:42
Negative Split 10k, 1st OA woman, 42:46
Ironman St. George 70.3, 1st AG, 2nd Amateur woman, 4:54:52 (course PR)
Troika Olympic Triathlon, 2nd OA woman, 2:21:21
Ironman Victoria 70.3, 4th AG, 4:50:08
Ironman CDA 70.3, 1st Amateur woman, 8th OA woman, 4:41:23 
Ironman World Championships 70.3, Chattanooga, TN, 5:16:35 (sick)

2016 Race Results
#1 Ranked Ironman 70.3-only, 25-29 Age group USA Female
#5 Ranked Ironman 70.3-only, 25-29 Age group Overall Female
Negative Split Half Marathon, 1st Overall Woman, 1:35:01
Blooms day 12k, 16th Amateur Woman, 49:04
Troika Olympic Triathlon, 1st Overall Woman, 2:16:43
Ironman Victoria 70.3, 3rd AG, 4th Amateur Woman, 4:42:22
Ironman CDA 70.3, 2nd AG, 2nd Amateur Woman, 4:53:37
Ironman Calgary 70.3, 3rd AG, 4th Amateur Woman, 4:44:36
Ironman World Championship 70.3, Sunshine Coast, Australia, 11th AG, 4:57:13
Spokane Half Marathon, 1st AG, 2nd Overall Woman, 1:27:23 (PR)
Tri Cities Marathon, 1st Overall Woman, 3:10:48 (PR)

2015 Race Results
All American - 2015 USA Triathlon
#2 Ranked USA Triathlon Female AG 25-29, Pacific Northwest Region
Snake River Half Marathon, 2nd AG, 1:31:31
St. Paddy's Kegs and Eggs 10k, 1st Overall Woman, 40:30 (short course)
Negative Split Half Marathon, 1st Overall Woman, 1:30:54
Grizzly Olympic Triathlon, 2nd Overall Woman, 1:07:07
Bloomsday 12k, 47:49 (Course PR), Top Finisher, 5th AG
Bay to Breakers 12k, 54:43
Troika Long Distance Triathlon, 4:41:46, 1st Amateur, 2nd Overall Woman
Ironman Victoria 70.3, 4:41:39, 2nd AG, 3rd Amateur, 4th Overall Woman
Ironman Muncie 70.3, 4:34:11 (PR), 1st AG, 1st Overall Woman
CDA Scenic Challenge Olympic Triathlon, 2:17:01 (Course PR), 1st Overall Woman
Priest Lake Triathlon, 2:13:07 (Course and distance PR), 1st Overall Woman, 5th Overall
Ironman Santa Cruz 70.3, 5:52:24, (Serious mechanical issues)
Spokane Half Marathon, 1:28:41, 1st AG, 4th Overall Woman

2014 Race Results
Snake River Half Marathon, 2nd AG, 1:28:53
St. Paddy's 5-miler, 1st AG, 35:27
Boston Marathon, 3:30:51Bloomsday 12k, 50:17, Top Finisher
Pend Oreille River Half Marathon, 1st Overall Woman, 1:31:20
Ironman Boise 70.3, 1st AG, 4:55:01
Ironman Canada, 6th AG, 11:06:34 (PR)
Priest Lake Olympic Triathlon, 2nd Overall Woman, 2:19:10
Ironman 70.3 World Championships, Mont Tremblant, 5:00:22
Epic 125 Leadman Triathlon, Bend, 2nd Overall Woman, 5:00:41
Priest Lake Half Marathon, 1st Overall, 1:38:49

2013 Race Results
Ironman St. George 70.3, 1st Age Group, 5:02:24
Priest lake Half Marathon, 3rd Overall Woman, 1:37:21
Ironman Coeur d' Alene, 8th AG, 11:10:06
Ironman Lake Stevens 70.3, 6th AG, 4:57:14
Coeur d'Alene Olympic Scenic Challenge, 1st AG, 2:21:18
CDA Crossing 2.4 mile swim, 1:07
Ironman Vegas 70.3 World Championships, 12th AG, 5:13:34
CDA Fondo, Centro (47 miles), 2:28:28

2012 Race Results
Snake River Half Marathon, 2nd AG, 1:32:55
St. Paddy's 5-miler, 34:47
Spring Sprint Duathlon, 3rd Overall Woman, 1:01:56
Spring Sprint Triathlon, 1st Overall Woman, 54:07
Lilac Century 100-mile Ride, 5:25:40
Lilac Bloomsday 12k, 52:16
Windermere Half Marathon, 1st AG, 1:37:34
Onion Man Olympic Triathlon, 1st AG, 2nd Overall Woman, 2:18:09
Boise 70.3, 1st AG, 2:51:16 (altered course)
Trailblazer Sprint Triathlon, 1st AG, 2nd Overall Woman, 58:16
Lake Stevens, 4th AG, 5:13:16
Race the River Sprint Triathlon, 2nd Woman Elite division, 1:07:08
Longbridge swim 1.76mi, 7th AG, 53:41
Troika Half Ironman, 1st place Team Relay, 4:26:37
Coeur d'Alene Olympic Triathlon, 1st AG, 2:24:33
Coeur d'Alene Crossing 2.4 mile swim, 1:06:49
Trifusion Hot Summer Nights 5k Series, 5th Overall Woman
Ironman Las Vegas 70.3 World Championships, 12th AG, 5:39:13
Sandpoint Half Marathon, 1st AG, 1:38:33
Priest Lake Half Marathon, 1st AG, 1:44:38 (part of a 16 mile training run)
Spokane Half Marathon, 3rd AG, 1:44:59 (part of a 22 mile training run)
Tri Cities Marathon, 2nd Overall Woman, 3:24:20 (Boston Qualified, 2014)

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