Tri Fun 2.0

Thursday, August 6, 2020
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Cassie Meiers takes off from the Glendive boat ramp in the first leg of the triathlon. Meiers finished first among individual females who participated in the event.

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Andrew Fletcher rides into town on Belle Prairie Road for the last mile of the bike portion of the triathlon. Fletcher finished in second place in the individual category.

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Jamie Ausk Crisafulli photos

Makoshika Wellness held the Tri Fun 2.0 “Journey to the Badlands” triathlon on Saturday. The event included an 8.3 miles on a kayak on the Yellowstone, 11.5 miles biking on Belle Prairie Road to the EPEC and a 2.1 mile race to Eyer Park.

Individual results: Sean Bonato, 2:07.51; Andrew Fletcher 2:32.49; Luke Gambee, 2:33.16; Cassie Meiers 2:38:01; JR Bagwell, 2:39:23; Brenda Frelsi, 2:44:42; Levi Hansen, 2:50:03; Mariah Tipton, 2:51:09; Beau Kroll, 3:15:59; Liz Determan, 3:24:12; Tricia Rittal, 3:24:28; Glen Feist, 3:46:43

Group Results: You Want S’more, 2:23:43 Merge Ultras, 2:26:41; Said and Done, 2:35:32; Los Lobos, 2:36:05; Village People, 2:37:58; 3 Fast 3, 2:41:15; Deer Creek, 2:41:38; Blood Sweat and, 2:42:52; Tail enders, 2:43:54; Giving it a, 2:44:19.