2016 Top 100 Triathletes and Top 50 Duathletes in the Florida Region


Are you among the 2016 Top 100 Triathletes and Top 50 Duathletes in the Florida Region? If so, find your name below and claim your ‘Bragging Rights‘ T-Shirt at the USAT Florida Region Tent in the St. Anthony’s Triathlon Expo this weekend.  If you can not pick it up, please sent a friend with a copy of your ID and USAT Card.

Age Group

Top 50 Male Triathletes

Top 50 Female Triathletes

0 – 15

Colin Wilson, Josue Reyes and Nicolas Jara De La Raza Megan Buchanan, Andrea Ballestero and Jessica Blazek

16 – 17

Luis Ortiz, Cavan Wilson and Augusto Cohn Reagan Quilty, Florencia Nattero and Stephanie Hernandez

18 – 19

Nicholas Leblanc, Graham Pimentel and Daniel Ambrose Alma Campiani, Mega McFadden and Jenny Coleman

20 – 24

Jose Amaya, William Hartje and Francisco Centeno Savannah Dearden, Christie Rutledge and Karen Monuszko

25 – 29

Kyle Hooker, Thomas Barton and Trevor Tilly Anne Gallegos, Audrey Maheu and Melissa Riod De La Luz

30 – 34

Steve Jackson, Josh Eaton and Robert Craig Tami Ritchie, Rebecca  Ledesma and Kristell Acosta

35 – 39

Roy Liu, Timothy Reimink and Owen Shott Katie Corbin, maria Morales and Kimberly Grogan

40 – 44

Jon Noland, Vladimir Casanova and Anton Van Zyl Kristin Schwieger, Evelyn Salama and Rachel Chambers

45 – 49

John Reback, Tom Russell and Todd Trudeau Rachel Lee, Kelly Collins and Angie Milford

50 – 54

Bill Picciano, Andrea Ugazio and Joel Kinnunen Linda Robb, Kerry Simmons and Linda Bayne

55 – 59

Jeff Cuddeback, Brian Smith and Frank Green Teresa Tinsley, Kim Miller and Sara Libre

60 – 64

Steve Gallagher, David Morrow and Ken Junkins Carol Hassell, Linda Musante and Susan Briers

65 – 69

Kevin Simmons, Andrew Loeb and Jim Sumara Gail Lohman, Judith Shepard and Sandy Meneley

70 – 74

John Strait, Harry Barnes and Mike Mabry Nancy Downs, Lois Leon and Heysoon Lee

75 – 79

Fred Wood, Paul Reback and John Brennen Lis heckmann, Phyllis Frydman and Willy Moolenaar

80 – 84

John Mayer


Winston Allen Jackie Yost

Age Group

Top 25 Male Duathletes

Top 25 Female Duathletes

0 – 15

16 – 17

Bradyn Ricca

18 – 19

Nathan Paladino

20 – 24

Austin Robinson, Sean Saleem and Quinton Valiente

25 – 29

Manny Duran and Mac Viala Isabella Rojas, Margaret Altes and Jennifer Teemal

30 – 34

Luis Lora, Grabiel Saavedra and Rogelio Loero Allie Norman, Marcela Chirinos and Katie Hammond

35 – 39

Maikel Cusimano, Eduardo Souza and Quincy Collins Kristen Klein, Karen Hernandez and Meghan Shipman

40 – 44

Jon Noland, Bernardo Perez and Scott Galley Celia Dubey and Sally Libonati

45 – 49

Jesus David Rodriguez and Lucas Theophilus Deborah Brzycki and Karla Antonio

50 – 54

Joel Kinnunen and Tony Prado Meal Muldoon and Patti Connors

55 – 59

Greg Pelican Florence Swaim

60 – 64

David Morrow Diane Travis

65 – 69

Christian Porier Sandy Meneley

70 – 74

John Strait Heysoon Lee

75 – 79

Frank Nicolosi

80 – 84


If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me below.


Hector L Torres

USAT Elite Coach, USAC Lv 2, USAS and USATF & MS 

USA Triathlon Florida Region Chair
Florida Paratriathlon Development Coordinator
617 Virginia Dr.
Orlando, FL 32801
P: 321-443-0073
Email: hector.torres@usatriathlon.org
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St. Anthony’s Triathlon – Florida Regional Championship Weekend

Packet Pickup, Registration & Expo
Straub Park – Downtown St. Petersburg
Athlete Check in and Late Registration
Friday April 28th: 12:00pm-6:00pm
Saturday April 29th: 12:00pm- 5:00pm
There will be no packet pick up or registration on race morning.
The Sports & Fitness Expo:
Friday 4/28 12:00pm-6:00pm
Saturday 4/29 10:00am-6:00pm
Free Clinics:
We have many new and exciting clinics scheduled for Event Weekend. Click here to see the detailed Event Schedule listing all the clinics and locations.
  • Everyone is required to show photo ID and proof of current USAT membership or you will be required to purchase a one day license (Cash or check only for USAT license fees)
  • Timing chips will be picked up at Packet Pick Up.
  • No division changes will be not be accepted unless an error has been made in gender or age.  Please note all participants ages are based on their age as of 12/31/2017.
  • All participants must check their bikes into the transition area on Saturday from 12:00pm-6:00pm. 
  • Transition will be opened at 4:45 am on Race morning for last minute preparations. You must be have your Race Number Tattoos applied, or Body Marked before entering Transition. Everyone must be out of transition (Olympic & Sprint Distance Athletes) by 6:45am.
  • Wetsuits: 68 degrees is the cut off for professionals. 78 degrees is the cut off for all other participants.
  • If you do choose to wear a wetsuit and the water temperature is above 78 degrees you will not be eligible for for age group awards, and you will be required to start in the final wave designated as the Wetsuit Wave or you will be disqualified.
  • Final water temperature readings will be made early race morning and will be announced over the PA.
  • Please arrive at the Swim Start 30 minutes prior to your estimated start time. You must start in your assigned swim wave, or you will be disqualified.
  • Helmets: All helmets are required to be CPSC approved and the original sticker must be present.  If your helmet is not CPSC approved, you will be disqualified.
  • If someone other than you races with you bib number, you and the “bandit” will be banned from all future St. Anthony’s Triathlon events.
  • Parking information can be found here
  • Sprint Athletes will have the same swim start procedures and location as the Olympic Distance.
  • The Swim Exit will be in a different location, please reference the swim course maps on line by clicking here
  • Sprint Swim cut off is 9:25 am.


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34th Annual St. Anthony’s Triathlon – Florida Regional Championship


In just two days, our Regional Championship is going to be held on the weekend of April 28 – 30, 2017 in St. Petersburg, FL in the St. Anthony’s Triathlon Olympic distance. Athletes from almost every state in the nation and many foreign countries will be on hand to compete in St. Anthony’s Triathlon, described by many as one of the year’s best multi-sport events in the United States.

The weekend will open at noon on Friday with athlete check-in at St. Petersburg’s beautiful Straub Park. Several members of USA Triathlon’s Florida Region will be on hand all weekend to assist athletes with the check-in process, provide information about the races and answer questions about fun things to do in St. Petersburg.

Also in Straub Park, the Sports & Fitness Expo will open from noon on Friday until 6 P.M. In addition, to several seminars on running and bicycling, if you’ve forgotten a piece of necessary gear or just want something new, there will be plenty of vendors on-site to provide you with that must-have piece of equipment. In addition, the Florida Regional Officials Coordinator will offer a three-hour official’s clinic for those that want to become certified USA Triathlon officials. To register for the officials clinic, contact FloridaROC@msn.com.

Saturday’s Meek & Mighty Triathlon will begin in the 50-meter pool at the North Shore Aquatic Complex. Featuring a time-trial pool swim, there will be two races offered, one for ages 7 – 10 and another for ages 11 and over. Following a bike race along St. Petersburg’s scenic open waterfront, a new run course this year will add to the excitement

Sunday features the weekend’s main event, the 34th annual St. Anthony’s Triathlon. The race will serve as the Florida Region’s 2017 Regional Championship. As always, some of the best male and female elite athletes in the world will be competing for significant prize money.

USA Triathlon’s Florida Region is excited and proud to be an integral part of this longstanding event. See you there. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Hector L Torres
USA Triathlon Florida Region Chair
Paratriathlon Florida Region Representative
Ph. 341-443-0073
Email: htorres@cfltriclub.com

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no_brakes_fixiedAccording to rule number 5.11j under Bicycle Specifications in the USA Triathlon Competitive Rule Book, “There must be one working brake on each of the two wheels.” When USAT officials walk through the transition area prior to the beginning of the race, this is one of the things that they will be checking on each bike. If an official finds a bike with only one brake, that athlete will be advised that their bicycle is illegal for use in the event. They will be disqualified; the race director will remove the bike from transition and the athlete will not be allowed to go out on the course. Remember, it’s up to the athlete to know the rules.


For further information on this rule or any other rule, please go to the USA Triathlon Competitive Rules on the USAT website USATriathlon.org.

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USA Triathlon Florida High School Regional Championship

Press Release: USA Triathlon high school

Sunday, June 18, 2017

Looking for High School Students who are adventurous enough to try a new sport!

Now is the time to “try a TRI!”

USA Triathlon Florida Region is hosting the High School Regional Championship Triathlon Race on Sunday, June 18, 2017. The race is a sprint distance triathlon: .25 mile swim – 14 mile bike – 3.1 mile run. With proper training and coaching, this is a realistic goal for most active high school age individuals.


2017 High School Regional Championships

The 2017 USA Triathlon High School Regional Championships will be hosted in conjunction with the Florida 2017 Regional Youth Championship at the Heartland Triathlon the weekend of June 17 & 18, 2017 in Sebring, Florida.

Race Date: Sunday, June 18, 2017

Distance: Non-draft Sprint Triathlon: .25 mile swim-14 mile bike- 3.1 mile run

Racing Age: Age as of 12/31/2017

Registration Fee: $90


  • USA Triathlon Annual Membership
  • Proof of High School program enrollment
    • Options for Proof of Attendance :
      • School ID, report card, other form of identification verified by high school.
      • Important Registration Information
  • There is no transfer or deferment of entries from one year to the next
  • There are no refunds
  • Athletes MUST be annual USA Triathlon members to race 

To be eligible for awards you must:

  • Be a U.S. citizen.
  • Be a U.S. national – someone who has resided in the U.S. for three years.
  • Athletes must reside in the Florida Region for awards

Individual Awards

  • Top 3 Male Overall and Top 3 Female Overall- High School

More Information

For more information on high school triathlon in the Florida, please contact Deb Peters, USA Triathlon Florida Region Youth Coordinator at debpeters214@gmail.com or call 813-731-8767


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Club Profile: Boca Raton Triathletes

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Founded – 2009

Number of members – 2016: 420 members

Annual Dues – $39

Description – Membership dues for The 2017 Season are $39 and include a BRT Drawstring Bag,  a club tech t-shirt/tank and Choice of BRT Headsweats Visor or Trucker Hat (hat for 1st time members only).  Everyone will receive a  BRT Purist Water Bottle, a $10 gift certificate to Runner’s Edge in Boca Raton and 2-bike stickers. All clinics, Happy Hours, Socials, Parties, Training Groups are free to all Paid members. Members also receive numerous discounts to races, gear, vendors, and discounts at many of the local shops.

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Location – Boca Raton, Florida

Contact – Kristy Breslaw, 561-350-6306. Info@bocaratontriathletes.com

Website – www.bocatri.com

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Looking For Race Officials


The Florida Region is looking for USA Triathlon members that would like to become certified as referees. Officiating at triathlons is a fantastic way to be involved in the sport.

What’s it take,” you ask? To become a USA Triathlon official, you must be a member of USA Triathlon, be in good physical condition, weigh less than 200 pounds and be capable of riding for hours at a time as a passenger on a motorcycle.

You also need to attend a 3-hour certification clinic held in conjunction with a USA Triathlon sanctioned triathlon or duathlon. There you learn about the USA Triathlon officials’ program and the competitive rules. The following day, you actually work at an event as an official under supervision of the head referee.

Learn more: https://usatfloridaregion.com/officials/

Want to get started right away? Contact Tom Reilly at FloridaROC@msn.com.

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Club Profile: Fort Lauderdale Triathletes

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Founded – March 2015

Number of members – Nearly 200

Annual Dues – $39 Annual / $99 3-Year

Description – Fort Lauderdale Triathletes (FLT) strives to provide a healthy lifestyle, fun environment, and social atmosphere for members to pursue their individual development and achievements in the sport of triathlon. FLT members truly represent a diverse group, with all manner of age, interest, ability, and experience welcomed and valued equally. FLT also provides training information and opportunities to our members, as well as discount opportunities on multi-sport races and vendors throughout the year.


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Location – Greater Fort Lauderdale (Broward County)

Contact – fltriathletes@gmail.com

Website – www.fltri.com

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Results of the 2017 USA Triathlon Florida Region North Florida Club Championship Race at Clermont, FL


Thursday, March 30, 2017; The Florida Region Club Committee is pleased to send congratulations to the 126 athletes representing 26 USAT Registered Clubs who competed recentlyUSA Logo for the Florida Region Club Championship Series Awards at the Florida Challenge Triathlon and the Great Clermont Triathlon in Clermont, FL on March 18th and 19th, 2017. See below for full Club results. The weather and race conditions were absolutely perfect for two fantastic days of competitive racing and Sommers Sports exceptional race execution and the army of encouraging volunteers made the days extra special.

Congratulations to Trimarni Coaching and Nutrition, Swim Like a Pro (SLAP) and Ocala Triathlon for taking the first place awards in their respective divisions I, II, and III. We also must give tremendous credit to Fred Sommer and his team at Sommer Sports for automating several of the back end technology processes. These programming improvements allowed a clean cut off Club Rosters on the Monday the week before race day and timely tabulation of the results so that awards could be presented during the race awards ceremony immediately after the conclusion of the races on March 19th.

Next up in the USAT Florida Region Club Championship Series is the 2017 USA Triathlon Florida Region South Florida Club Championship Race in Miami, FL at the 26th Annual Huntington’s Disease Triathlon on July 30, 2017. This race will include Sprint and Olympic Distance Races as well as special divisions and categories. For more information, please clink this link: http://www.huntingtonsdiseasefl.org/.

As always, we welcome your input. For more information, contact USAT Florida Region Club liaison, Roger McVeigh at rogermcveigh@bellsouth.net

The final scoring by division for the North Florida Club Championship was as follows:

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USAT Florida Region Sunshine Leaders



We are so happy to announce our USAT Florida Region Sunshine Leaders! There were many amazing applications and it was truly a challenge to only choose ten. As the program grows and expands, we hope to continue adding leaders. The ten women chosen represent an incredible group of backgrounds, ages and stories. The women come from all around the state and will be working diligently this
year to bring more women into the sport through clinics and programs. They will also be a liaison to connect you with clubs and youth programs in your area. We know they will shine and will be a true leader in our state. Without further ado, I would like to welcome the following women into our inaugural sunshine leader program:

  • Skye Johnson, 41: Jacksonville
  • Elise Enloe, 62: Oviedo
  • Kayla Manning, 34: Orlando
  • Janet Carmen, 35: Satellite Beach 
  • Zoe DaSilva, 38: Boca Raton
  • Laurie Rose, 52: Naples
  • Suzanne Kyre, 52: Port Charlotte
  • Allison Linares, 44: Tampa
  • Sara McLarty, 34: Clermont
  • Karen Harbaugh, 49: Gainesville

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