The Revolution3 Triathlon Series hit the second stop of its 2016 series.

2016 Rev3 Quassy
2016 Rev3 Quassy
2016 Rev3 Quassy
2016 Rev3 Quassy
2016 Rev3 Quassy
2016 Rev3 Quassy
2016 Rev3 Quassy
2016 Rev3 Quassy
2016 Rev3 Quassy
2016 Rev3 Quassy
2016 Rev3 Quassy
2016 Rev3 Quassy
2016 Rev3 Quassy
2016 Rev3 Quassy
2016 Rev3 Quassy
2016 Rev3 Quassy
2016 Rev3 Quassy
2016 Rev3 Quassy
2016 Rev3 Quassy
2016 Rev3 Quassy
2016 Rev3 Quassy
2016 Rev3 Quassy
2016 Rev3 Quassy
2016 Rev3 Quassy
2016 Rev3 Quassy
2016 Rev3 Quassy
2016 Rev3 Quassy
2016 Rev3 Quassy
2016 Rev3 Quassy
2016 Rev3 Quassy
2016 Rev3 Quassy
2016 Rev3 Quassy
2016 Rev3 Quassy
2016 Rev3 Quassy
2016 Rev3 Quassy

Photos provided by Rev3

The Revolution3 Triathlon Series hit the second top of its 2016 series, and this time it was the men who were representing the elite action and battling for their share of a $15,000 prize purse. The men competed on the Olympic course in Middlebury, Conn on Saturday, marking the first time prize money has been available at the shorter distance at Quassy. Ultimately it was American Cameron Dye who once again shined at his favorite distance. Read the complete race recap