27 Apr '14, 2pm

Sarah Haskins is wildly under appreciated.

The men’s podium was made up of all former Olympians. Wild competed near the front of the race all day, excelling on the run to take the prestigious victory. His 19:33 swim, 53:58 bike and 31:41 run gave him the 1:46:46 victory. Australia’s Brad Kahlefeldt earned the silver spot, with Hunter Kemper finishing as the top American in third.

Full article: http://triathlon.competitor.com/2014/04/news/wild-haskins...

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