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Haskins, Collins Lead Life Time Fitness Series Rankings

The third event of the Race to the Toyota Cup at the Philadelphia Insurance Triathlon took place on Sunday, June 24.

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The third event of the Race to the Toyota Cup at the Philadelphia Insurance Triathlon took place on Sunday, June 24.

2012 Toyota Cup Top Five Standings as of July 5, 2012
Female Professional Division
1. Sarah Haskins (USA) 32
2. Alicia Kaye (CAN) 20
3. Annabel Luxford (AUS) 18
4. Jenna Parker (USA) 17
5. Lauren Gross (USA) 15.5

Male Professional Division
1. Ben Collins (USA) 26
2. Cameron Dye (USA) 24.5
3. Andy Potts (USA) 18.5
4. Javier Gomez (ESP) 10.5
5. Hunter Kemper (USA) 10.5

PHOTOS: 2012 Philadelphia Insurance Triathlon

The total 2012 Race to the Toyota Cup professional division includes $574,000 in cash prizes, awards and a Toyota Vehicle. The vehicle and coveted Toyota Cup are given to the top female and male champions at the Toyota U.S. Open Triathlon in Dallas, which serves as the Series finale championship.

The professional division also awards 0.5 points to the fastest swim, cycle and run legs at each event. In the female professional division, McLarty boasted the fastest swim with a time of 16:52, while Alicia Kaye (CAN) turned in the fastest bike with a time of 1:00:58. Haskins turned in the fastest run with a time of 37:39.

On the professional men’s side, John Kenny (USA) secured the fastest swim with a time of 16:42, while Dye turned in the fastest cycle with a time of 54:37. Potts turned in the fastest run with a time of 32:52.

The series next moves on to the Life Time Tri Minneapolis, which is set for Saturday, July 14.