Memories & Milestones |

Memories & Milestones

Almost 50 current and alumni members of the Roaring Fork Women’s Triathlon Team participated in this year's Strawberry Shortcut races: from left, front row: Carla Westerman, Esther Claridge, Margot Fishman, Nancy Zeigel, Jeanette Chiappinelli and Sharma Phillips; second rowt: Ann Wilcox, Jill Wilson, Taylor Pettit, Sandi Spencer, Kathy Johnson, Nancy Reinisch, Brenna Owen, Carolyn Balmer and Heidi Halladay; third row: Sheldon Emery, Beth Leyva, Lisa Niehaus, Amy Spradlin, Nancy Neff, Shawna Fishman, Deb Cutter, Jessie Johnson, Tess Jankovsky, Terrie Ritchie; and back row: Kathy Johnson, Jacque McMIllan, Gloria Farmer, Jaden Phillips, Penny McDill, Amy Moore, Nettie Avery, Cindy Hester, Kim Feder, Kim Gent, Cheryl Cormier, Lucy Lafoon, Anna Wiltsie, Claire Guidas, Andrea Thompson, Tanya Allen, Allie Johnson and Tianna White.

Roaring Fork Women’s Triathlon Team members race Strawberry Shortcut

This year the Strawberry Shortcut brought out almost 50 of the Roaring Fork Women’s Triathlon Team’s current and alumni members. This is the 19th year of the Tri Team’s summer program, and the Shortcut comes after week seven of its 13-week training plan. The team’s season will culminate with the Outdoor Diva Triathlon in Longmont on July 29. Podium age group finishes were plentiful with first place finishes in the 10K for Taylor Pettit and Carla Westerman; and second place for Tanya Allen. Top 5K finishers include first place for Jessie Johnson, Tess Jankovsky, Anna Wiltse, Margot Fishman and Penny McDill; second place for Brenna Owen, Carla Westerman and Heidi Halladay; and third place for Taylor Pettit, Cheryl Cormier, Kathy Johnson, Claire Guidas and Jacque McMillan. The RFWTT is led by coaches Sharma Phillips and Carla Westerman. Congratulations to everyone.

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