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Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Alex Kostich Faces Tough Task At Tiki

Courtesy of Tiki Swim, Oceanside, California.

Alex Kostich added to his ocean-swimming legacy with another dramatic comeback victory at the 2.4-mile Tiki Swim in Oceanside, California where he had to make up 200 meters on young (15) and up-and-coming Brandon Samaniego.

Meanwhile, Lexie Kelly won the women's 2.4-mile coastal race while Heidi Reisert just edged out Isabella Martinez-Spencer in the 1.2-mile race, although the women were given the same time (29:32).

1.2-mile Top Ten Male & Female Bioprene Results:
1 Heidi Reisert 29:32
2 Isabella Martinez-Spencer 29:32
3 Rafal Szukala 29:39
4 Carlie Herrmann 29:42
5 John Sprafka 31:37
6 Breann Fuller 31:39
7 Benjamin Laxson 31:45
8 Kenneth Prol 31:56
9 Michael McDaniel 32:00
10 Ashley Schildwachter 32:12

2.4-mile Top Ten Male & Female Bioprene Results:
1 Alex Kostich 50:13
2 Brandon Samaniego 50:17
3 Jude Williams 51:03
4 Steve Allnutt 52:45
5 Ethan Dickenson 53:40
6 Justin Boals 53:41
7 Kyle Brill 53:44
8 Adrian Kirkpatrick 53:48
9 Lexie Kelly 54:20
10 Luke Weniger 54:40

1.2-mile Top Ten Male & Female Neoprene Results:
1 Barbara Gayle 34:35
2 Benjamin Berger 35:15
3 Brad Hollingsworth 35:27
4 Jeanne Moore 35:51
5 Victoria Barana 36:01
6 Lisa Rustin 36:33
7 Kathy Spencer 37:01
8 Joanna Dillon 37:48
9 Chris Maund 38:10
10 Sally Boles 39:18

2.4-mile Top Ten Male & Female Neoprene Results:
1 Phil Williams 58:07
2 Hubie Kerns 1:00:10
3 Mollie Hebda 1:00:33
4 Alan Vitums 1:02:42
5 Michael Leshnower 1:02:59
6 Paul Clark 1:03:40
7 David Kelsch 1:03:41
8 David Ploessel 1:03:45
9 Nathan Olar 1:03:59
10 Julie Moss 1:04:12

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