Heather Jackson returns to defend 70.3 Chattanooga Crown

Thursday 16 May 2019
Chattanooga, Tennessee lures athletes with its dramatic scenery, idyllic weather and low-key southern charm. After the successful debut of the full distance race in 2014, Sunbelt Bakery IRONMAN 70.3 Chattanooga offers the perfect training opportunity for those getting ready for the September race, or a chance to race in one of the sport's most welcoming race sites for those seeking a half-distance race opportunity.

Sunbelt Bakery IRONMAN 70.3 Chattanooga begins with a point-to-point swim that is mostly downstream in the Tennessee River. Athletes will begin with a short up-river section before making the turn and heading downriver to the transition area. The bike course offers spectacular views of Lookout Mountain as the riders head out 11 miles south of town for a rolling 34-mile loop in Georgia. The day ends with a chance to enjoy Chattanooga's many tourist attractions as athletes take in the Tennessee Riverwalk and the beautiful Riverfront Parkway during the two-loop run.

FEMALE PRO:
1 Jackson Heather USA (United States of America)
2 Kessler Meredith USA (United States of America)
4 Moench Skye USA (United States of America)
6 Pomeroy Robin USA (United States of America)
7 Davis-Hayes Cecilia USA (United States of America)
8 Lester Carrie AUS (Australia)
9 Findlay Paula CAN (Canada)
11 Alexander Sarah USA (United States of America)
12 Barnett Lauren USA (United States of America)
13 Basso Anne FRA (France)
14 Baugher Liz USA (United States of America)
15 Clark Jennifer USA (United States of America)
17 Dingman Danielle USA (United States of America)
18 Dolan Edminister Erin USA (United States of America)
19 Falcaro Nicole USA (United States of America)
20 Fillnow Kelly USA (United States of America)
21 Godesky Alyssa USA (United States of America)
23 Hering Jackie USA (United States of America)
24 Jones Jessica USA (United States of America)
25 Kenney Jennifer USA (United States of America)
26 Morales Katie USA (United States of America)
28 Nyitray Elizabeth USA (United States of America)
29 Olson Rachel USA (United States of America)
31 Reschke Jennifer USA (United States of America)
32 Robertson Jodie USA (United States of America)
33 Roy Stephanie CAN (Canada)
34 Smith Kearci USA (United States of America)
36 Specker Sullivan Laura USA (United States of America)
38 Wendorff Amanda USA (United States of America)
39 Wiens Kyra USA (United States of America)

MALE PRO:
45 Laundry Jackson CAN (Canada)
46 Otstot Adam USA (United States of America)
47 Hanson Matt USA (United States of America)
48 Russell Matt USA (United States of America)
49 Amberger Josh AUS (Australia)
50 Jolicoeur Desroches Antoine CAN (Canada)
52 Daerr Justin USA (United States of America)
53 Alford Matthew USA (United States of America)
54 Bach Elliot USA (United States of America)
55 Becker Blake USA (United States of America)
57 Blais Pierre-Luc CAN (Canada)
58 Brady Patrick USA (United States of America)
59 Burns Todd USA (United States of America)
60 Chase Nicholas USA (United States of America)
61 Close Greg USA (United States of America)
62 Defilippis Scott USA (United States of America)
63 Delsaut Trevor FRA (France)
64 Dominguez Ivan USA (United States of America)
65 Fecik Jonathan USA (United States of America)
66 Flynn Ricky USA (United States of America)
68 Gomez Pablo COL (Colombia)
69 Hall Benson USA (United States of America)
70 Harrington Sean USA (United States of America)
71 Kidwell Derek USA (United States of America)
72 Laughery Colin USA (United States of America)
73 LeJeune Johnathan USA (United States of America)
74 Long Sam USA (United States of America)
75 Lopes Andre BRA (Brazil)
77 Lussi Hunter USA (United States of America)
78 Nathan Mikael Staer CAN (Canada)
79 Park Justin USA (United States of America)
80 Price Evan USA (United States of America)
81 Rielley Jeremy USA (United States of America)
82 Russell Tim USA (United States of America)
83 Ryan Kevin USA (United States of America)
84 Vulanich Michael USA (United States of America)
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