Migonis Multisport Has Amazing Day at Du the Lakes Duathlon, 5k

05/15/2016 » Fayetteville, NY » Event Website

Migonis Multisport took over the Du the Lakes Duathlon yesterday in Fayetteville, NY.  As a whole the team took home nine medals between overall and age-group awards.  Matt Migonis lead the way for the team scoring his first win of the season finishing in a course record time of 1:16:49.  Teammate Randy Hadzor was right on his heels crossing the line in second overall in a time of 1:17:16.  That finish gave Randy two podiums in two weeks after he won the Fly By Night Duathlon last weekend. Ryan Meek was the next guy to finish breaking the tape in 1:29:03 for 11th place overall and 2nd in his age-group, which was a big improvement over his finish time last year.  Matt Ryan came through in 21st overall and 4th in his age-group in 1:34:20 with Travis Glazier shortly behind him in 23rd in a time of 1:34:35 which was good enough for 3rd in his age-group.  For Travis it was a 10+ minute improvement over his race last year.  Ryan Elliott came next when he broke the tape in 27th overall, 2nd in his age-group in a time of 1:36:29.  Alison Migonis led the way for the women finishing in 35th overall, seventh for the women and 1st in her age-group in a time of 1:37:55 while Emily Zipprich crossed the line in 50th overall 13th in the women’s field and 1st in here age-group in a time of 1:42:00.  Joan Kane had the race of the day for the ladies destroying her time from last year by six minutes on the way to winning her age-group and 20th female.  Scott Milnamow rounded out the team finishes in the duathlon with a 9th place finish in his age-group crossing the line in 1:49:55.  In the 5k race, new team member Christina Santiago finished 8th overall.  It was a great way for her to start off her 2016 racing season.

The day really couldn’t have gone better for the team and it was a fantastic way to start off the multisport racing season.  Well done everyone!!  https://results.score-this.com/ResultsMS.php?raceid=20160514DULD