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Monday, June 13, 2016
Lake Del Valle Open Water Swims
The Tri-Valley Masters in northern California once again hosted its annual Lake Del Valle Open Water Swims in Livermore, California.
Over 600 swimmers of all ages participated in its races in a loop course that included 1.2 km, 2.5 km, 5 km and 10 km swims. The 10 km marathon swim results are below:
10 km Overall Results:
1 Hanno Rosner (age 17) 2:15:39.45
2 Galen Sollom-Broth (25) 2:24:23.20
3 Catherine Breed (23) 2:28:16.20
4 Tesla Profumo (39) 2:30:37.90
5 Luca Pozzi (30) 2:32:02.60
6 Chris Bond (49) 2:32:06.10
7 Joel Wilson (67) 2:36:34.80
8 Peter Mullen (47) 2:36:42.45
9 Chad Schneider (42) 2:41:01.65
10 Ernie Hoftyzer (46) 2:41:05.70
11 Adam Pawlowski (28) 2:41:42.80
12 Patrick Grady (49) 2:44:56.30
13 Cynthia Hertzer (47) 2:45:36.35
14 Robert Burks (45) 2:46:52.20
15 Tom McCleary (53) 2:47:15.10
16 Rob Davis (58) 2:47:20.75
17 Justin Hollenback (30) 2:48:22.10
18 Hana Lip (14) 2:48:29.85
19 Brad Schindler (43) 2:48:40.25
20 Peter Oliver (58) 2:48:45.80
21 Jamie Treacy (35) 2:49:20.45
22 Rich Walter (52) 2:49:52.55
23 Vince Piatt (52) 2:50:15.55
24 Brian Noble (46) 2:52:02.10
25 Greg Lendahl (47) 2:52:24.85
26 Susan Lindstrom (48) 2:52:45.20
27 Jeff Morrison (30) 2:54:07.80
28 Adam Santner (45) 2:54:28.40
29 Kris EstradaPozz (33) 2:55:20.50
30 Stephen Small (63) 3:03:41.55
31 Steve Wilbur (44) 3:03:52.75
32 Laurie Lewis (54) 3:06:45.35
33 Kim Larson [wetsuit] (52) 3:07:08.95
34 Meredith West (31) 3:07:13.85
35 Scott Sutton (52) 3:16:17.90
36 Karen Charney (47) 3:16:35.60
37 Tia Shimada (37) 3:16:56.10
38 Luis Valdez (45) 3:17:06.75
39 Kevin Bishop (61) 3:22:21.65
40 Dan Winterrowd (65) 3:22:58.45
41 Michael Sullivan [wetsuit] (71) 3:33:22.95
42 Erica Sutherland (57) 3:33:58.10
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