• Carillo in UH cross country
• Huskies bite UH men’s tennis
• Reid wins Ironman
Carillo in UH cross country
Kapa‘a High School graduate Sharlene Carillo came in 12th place at the University of Hawai‘i – Manoa Cross Country Sprint Invitational, held Satuday, Oct. 18 in Kaneohe.
The coed race was held on the Marine Corps Kaneohe Klipper Golf Course, with men racing 5,000 meters and and women going 3,000 meters. The race started at 7:30 a.m. in warm and humid conditions.
Coming in first was Nina Christensen of Hawaii Pacific University.
Huskies bite UH men’s tennis
Eugene, Ore. — Two Unvesrity of Washington Huskies ousted the University of Hawai‘i men’s tennis team Saturday from the ITA Fall Regional tournament.
Warrior Ryan Sceats failed to pull out a win in Eugene in the round of 32. Sceats, who on Friday beat out Scott Kennel from the University of Portland to advance, lost Saturday to Pete Scharler from the University of Washiungton, 6 – 3, 6 – 1 in the Consolation draw. Sophomore Jarrod Diepraam dropped his match to Chris Lloyd, also of UW, in straight sets, 6 – 2, 6 – 2.
The Warriors return home today to begin preating for their next match on Nov. 28 against top-ranked Stanford University.
Reid wins Ironman
Peter Reid, 34, of Victoria, B.C., Canada, finished the 2.4-mile swim, 112-mile bicycle ride, and 2.4-mile run in 8 hours, 22 minutes and 35 seconds, nearly six minutes ahead of rookie Rutger Beke of Belgium, who was second in 8:28:27. Cameron Brown of New Zealand was third for the second consecutive year, with an 8:30:08 finish.
Lori Bowden, also from Victoria, who is Reid’s estranged wife, won her second women’s title with a time of 9:11:55.
Three-time defending champion Natasha Badmann of Switzerland battled with Nina Kraft of Germany for second place, outkicking her for a 9:17:08 finished. Kraft was eight seconds behind.
Reid and Bowman each won $100,000.
Defending champion Tim DeBoom was second going into the run but dropped out of the race at the 12-mile mark due to dehydration.
A total of 1,647 triathletes from 42 states and 42 countries, and from ages 18 to 80, began the race, and 1,569 finished.