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Saturday, April 16, 2016

Hotel Rottnest Port To Pub 20 km, 25 km Results

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California.

The Hotel Rottnest Port to Pub swim is a 20 km and 25 km marathon swim in Perth, Western Australia in the iconic Rottnest Channel from Leighton Beach to Rottnest Island.

25 km Results
1. Bradley Smith 5:34:33.1 (13:22 min/km)
2. Rebekah Weller 6:08:57.0 (14:45 min/km) first female
3. Naomi Watters 6:18:06.9 (15:07 min/km) second female
4. Jon Harrison 7:00:54.0 (16:50 min/km)
5. Damon Brown 7:10:35.2 (17:13 min/km)
6. Samuel Smoothy 7:15:20.0 (17:24 min/km)
7. Rob Herkes 7:32:31.0 (18:06 min/km)
8. Michael Berry 8:20:23.6 (20:00 min/km)
9. Martin Smoothy 8:30:25.8 (20:25 min/km)
10. Esther Smoothy 9:36:56.3 (23:04 min/km) third female
DQ Tim Garrett
DNF Megan Stephens

20 km Results
1. Sian Williams 4:57:51.2 (14:53 min/km) first female
2. Kieren Jon Lawrenson 5:15:51.3 (15:47 min/km)
3. Lucy Gibson 5:35:33.0 (16:46 min/km) second female
4. Stephen Junk 5:37:32.5 (16:52 min/km)
5. Mark Murphy 5:45:17.3 (17:15 min/km)
6. Mark Prendiville 5:53:54.5 (17:41 min/km)
7. Michael Prendiville 5:53:55.3 (17:41 min/km)
8. James Julian 5:58:08.5 (17:54 min/km)
9. John Edwards 6:02:07.8 (18:06 min/km)
10. Stephen O'Keefe 6:02:54.7 (18:08 min/km)
11. Russell Lyton-Brown 6:03:57.7 (18:11 min/km)
12. Shane McGurk 6:07:59.4 (18:23 min/km)
13. Jonathan Timms 6:12:31.3 (18:37 min/km)
14. Rowena Burch 6:19:02.8 (18:57 min/km) third female
15. Jon Turner 6:19:17.4 (18:57 min/km)
16. Alana Dennis 6:27:46.2 (19:23 min/km) fourth female
17. Andrew Mitchell 6:32:11.3 (19:36 min/km)
18. Patrick Prendiville 6:34:13.7 (19:42 min/km)
19. Rochelle Haynes 6:35:10.5 (19:45 min/km) fifth female
20. Andrew Page 7:04:39.2 (21:13 min/km)
21. Miecha Bradshaw 7:34:10.7 (22:42 min/km) sixth female
22. Hannah Mae Brown 7:48:01.4 (23:24 min/km) seventh female
23. Di Twigg 10:10:58.7 (30:32 min/km) eighth female
DNF Deirdre Kelly

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