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Stacked Field Set To Race St. Anthony’s

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On May 1, some of the sport’s greatest athletes with titles ranging from Olympic medalists to World Cup champions will line up to take on the international-distance course in St. Petersburg, Fla.

After nearly 30 historic years, the 2011 edition of St. Anthony’s Triathlon will host its most diverse and competitive professional field of athletes to date. On May 1, some of the sport’s greatest athletes with titles ranging from Olympic medalists to World Cup champions will line up to take on the international-distance course in St. Petersburg, Fla. The event is now part of the new global 5150 Triathlon Series, offering more than 70 short and long-course specialists coveted points toward 5150 U.S. Championship qualification.

The men’s field will consist of several notable athletes, including last year’s defending champion, Cameron Dye along with Greg Bennett, Stuart Hayes, Andy Potts, Matt Reed, Bevan Docherty, and Kris Gemmell.

Olympian Sarah Haskins will return to the course to defend her title against a strong field of professional female athletes, including Laura Bennett, Becky Lavelle, Annabel Luxford, Anna Cleaver and Rebeccah Wassner.

Read More: PR Newswire