Youngsters swim, bike, run for fun at MB Kids Triathlon

More than 120 kids hit the pool, bikes and streets of Myrtle Beach on Saturday in the Fourth Annual Myrtle Beach Kids Triathlon.

Following a week of working on their swimming, biking and running skills, the mini-triathletes put their training to the test at Pepper Geddings Recreation Center.

After swimming 200 yards, cycling 10K (6.2 miles) and running 2k (1.3 miles), the kids enjoyed snacks and dancing while eagerly awaiting the announcement of results.

Youth was served in more ways than one when it was revealed that many of the youngest triathletes in their age groups won their respective divisions.

Thirteen-year-olds Alexis Skipper and David Caraker captured gold medals in the girls and boys 13-15 age group, with Caraker turning in a time of 45:10 and Skipper close behind at 45:33.

Youngsters also swept the 11-12 divisions, with 11-year-old Tyler Flannelly blowing away the field with a time of 42:37 and 11-year-old Catherine Brown beating out all the 12-year-old girls in 47:54.

Ages 7-10 competed at half the distance of the elder divisions, but the trend of strong showings by  the younger triathletes continued.

Ten-year-olds Brady Roberts (24:25) and Brae Jackson (21:40) won the biys and girls 9-10 divisions, respectively, but 9-year-olds swept the rest of the medal stands.

Eight-year-olds Joseph DelDuca (23:20) and Blake Daniel (35:03) won the boys and girls 7-8 divisions.

The top five finishers for each age and gender division, with place, name, age, hometown, time and bid number are listed below:

FEMALE INDIVIDUAL AGE GROUP:  13 – 15
1  Alexis Skipper       13 Myrtle Beach            45:33  115
2  Alexis Hancher       13 Myrtle Beach            55:50   50
3  Olivia Campbell      13 Simpsonville            57:34   18

MALE INDIVIDUAL AGE GROUP:  13 – 15
1  David Caraker        13 Myrtle Beach            45:10   20
2  Nick Beauchamp   13 Myrtle Beach            46:01    9

MALE INDIVIDUAL AGE GROUP:  11 – 12
1  Tyler Flannelly      11 Myrtle Beach            42:37   40
2  Billy Leckie         12 Myrtle Beach            44:27   76
3  Cason McClendon      12 Little River            44:38   83
4  Shane Beauchamp      11 Myrtle Beach            45:48   10
5  Blake John           12 Little River            47:24   62

FEMALE INDIVIDUAL AGE GROUP:  11 – 12
1  Catherine Brown      11 Myrtle Beach            47:54   16
2  Samantha Farley      12 Myrtle Beach            48:54   39
3  Samantha Golden      12 Myrtle Beach            50:23   46
4  Sarah Woodard        12 Myrtle Beach            51:33  134
5  Olivia Hull          12 Myrtle Beach            51:35   59

MALE INDIVIDUAL AGE GROUP:  9 – 10
1  Brady Roberts        10 Myrtle Beach            24:25  102
2  Jake Desalvo          9 Myrtle Beach            24:56   33
3  Fabian Rodriguez      9 Myrtle Beach            26:38  104
4  Will Jackson          9 Myrtle Beach            26:59   61
5  Gavin Choberka        9 Myrtle Beach            27:11   22

FEMALE INDIVIDUAL AGE GROUP:  9 – 10
1  Brae Jackson         10 Myrtle Beach            21:40   60
2  Maggie Lambert        9 Myrtle Beach            27:31   74
3  Riley Massey          9 Myrtle Beach            27:41   82
4  Julia Desalvo        10 Myrtle Beach            28:02   34
5  Victoria Fouch       10 Myrtle Beach            28:14   42

MALE INDIVIDUAL AGE GROUP:  7 – 8
1  Joseph DelDuca        8 Myrtle Beach            23:20   31
2  Joseph Guthinger      8 Surfside                27:02   48
3  Cody King             8 Myrtle Beach            27:59   71
4  Connor Roth           8 Myrtle Beach            28:12  107
5  Eli Kovac             8 Myrtle Beach            28:49   73

FEMALE INDIVIDUAL AGE GROUP:  7 – 8
1  Blake Daniel          8 Myrtle Beach            35:03   28
2  Kamea Herte           8 Myrtle Beach            36:01   52
3  Sophia McKenna        8 Myrtle Beach            36:30   85
4  Katelynne Brooks      8 Myrtle Beach            36:48   14
5  Bella Wilkins         7 Myrtle Beach            36:48  131

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