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19 Age Groupers To Vie For Outrigger Hotels Double Prize

The award is given to the pro and amateur man and woman with the fastest combined Xterra and Ironman World Championship times.

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The Outrigger Hotels & Resorts “Double” award is given to the pro and amateur man and woman with the fastest combined 2013 Xterra World Championship and Ironman World Championship time. Pro athletes are awarded $2,500 with the top amateur man winning a six-night stay at the Kapalua Villas and the top amateur woman winning a six-night stay at the Outrigger Napili Shores. Last year Sebastian Kienle won the pro men’s double with a combined time of 11:03:38, while Anthony Snoble (13:21:31) and Martha Koekemoer (14:13:11) captured the amateur crowns.

Here’s a look at the list of those that competed at Ironman Worlds and are now in Maui getting ready for some fun at Xterra Worlds this Sunday, Oct. 27.

PHOTOS: 2012 Xterra World Championships

Name (Country) Age Group Ironman Time
Richard Stoffel (SUI) M45-49 9:19:01
Pablo Ureta (ARG) M30-34 9:21:59
Martin Flinta (SWE) M40-44 9:30:45
Andrew Sellars (CAN) M40-44 9:41:41
Tim Sheeper (USA) M50-54 9:45:13
Leandro Gonzalez Bonet (ARG) M35-39 9:48:18
Taylor Dudley (USA) M40-44 9:59:08
Ricky Simonsen (NZL) M45-49 9:59:43
Brent Lorenzen (USA) M40-44 10:03:37
Randal Walker (CAN) M55-59 10:22:28
Kathryn Taylor (USA) F25-29 10:50:35
Kirk Vandeweghe (CAN) M45-49 10:58:40
Allison Linnell (USA) F20-24 11:00:14
Rudy Becker (USA) M40-44 11:45:24
Milan Sallaba (USA) M40-44 11:47:30
Beverly Watson (CAN) F60-64 11:50:41
Uta Knape (GER) F40-44 12:26:54
Eddie Johnson (USA) M45-49 12:33:38
Kimiko Matsuda (JPN) F65-69 15:36:39