It was already over 75 degrees outside when the pro men plunged into Tampa Bay for the swim. No one could compete with Australian super swimmer Joshua Amberger. He exited the water first in 18 minutes flat. But Ben Collins and Cameron Dye weren’t about to let the 23-year old get away. The three men stayed close together on the bike and entered T2 together, so it all came down to the run. Returning champion Filip Ospaly whipped through the 10K in 31:07 to take his second St. Anthony’s title, crossing the finish line in 1:45:50—just nine seconds in front of second place finisher Ben Collins. Timothy O’Donnell rounded out the podium, while Amberger dropped back to fourth.