27 Earn Sprint National Titles At Pacific Coast Triathlon

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High ocean swells forced race directors to cancel the swim, but the more than 1,100 athletes competing in the USA Triathlon Sprint National Championship still enjoyed a great day of running and biking at the Pacific Coast Triathlon in Newport Beach, Calif., on Sunday.

The sold-out championship event saw 27 athletes earn national titles on the half-mile run, 12 mile bike, 3 mile run course. A total of 288 athletes also qualified to compete on Team USA at the first ITU World Sprint Championship being held September 10, 2009 in Gold Coast, Australia.

Full results are available at the event website.

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