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#GBKona 2019: ALL of the UK & Ireland Female Age-Group results

How did the #GBKona UK and Ireland athletes perform at the IRONMAN World Championship on Saturday? Here are the results of ALL of those Female Age-Group athletes who raced in Kona

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How did the #GBKona Age-Group WOMEN perform on Saturday in Hawaii?

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Here are ALL of the results of the UK & Ireland entrants

Have you recovered from Saturday night / Sunday morning, if long-course triathlon viewing was your weekend following the 2019 IRONMAN World Championship? Some great performances from the Pro athletes as always, which you can read about if you haven’t already, on these links: MEN | WOMEN. Huge congratulations to the German duo of Jan Frodeno (for the third time) and Anne Haug, the new IRONMAN World Champions.

The end of the race doesn’t mean the end of our extensive 2019 coverage – and here I take a look at the UK and Ireland Female Age-Group results from the Big Island. ALL of them!

Below you will find two tables featuring the results of every entrant, ordered initially by overall time, and then by category in the second table. As I’m typing this, a select few have been collecting their coveted Umeke trophies at the Awards Banquet – and the after-parties will be in full swing!

(CLICK HERE FOR THE GB & IRELAND MALE AGE-GROUP RESULTS)

For the second consecutive year, the fastest British athlete was Ruth Purbrook. Winner of 25-29 12 months ago, she repeated that this year in F30-34. Not only that… she beat every other female Age-Group athlete too, delivering in style on her pre-race target.

https://www.instagram.com/p/B3kxyZihNZT/

Another case of deja vu with the second fastest Brit, as once again that was Katherine Renouf (25-29). She was able to cut five and half minutes from her 2018 finish time, which took her under the ten hour mark. That also meant that she made the Awards Dinner stage, collecting a third place trophy.

Third quickest – and another podium finisher – was Corinne Clark. A first time in Kona, she excelled in the F35-39 to take the final podium slot (podiums run to fifth in Hawaii)

More details coming soon in a separate piece to celebrate all of the 2019 #GBKona podium finishers.

(EDITORS NOTE: The full listing of GB & Ireland entrants was extracted from the official participants list. If there is an error or you are missing, then a) apologies (!), and b) that is probably why. Please do get in touch if that is the case (editor@tri247.com) and I’ll get things updated for you.)

All UK and Ireland Age-Group Female Entrants – Fastest First

BIBNAMECATEGORYCOUNTRYCAT POSTIME
2217Ruth PurbrookF30-34GBR1st09:20:06
2365Katherine RenoufF25-29GBR3rd09:59:07
1952Corinne ClarkF35-39GBR5th10:10:30
2339Emily FreemanF25-29GBR5th10:16:22
1986Hannah PeelF35-39GBR10th10:17:40
2227Emma WardallF30-34GBR13th10:23:37
1359Victoria HillF45-49GBR8th10:25:14
2180Elizabeth DuncombeF30-34GBR17th10:32:01
1701Camille KingF40-44GBR11th10:35:30
1679Jenny CloseF40-44GBR12th10:37:16
2418Laura AddieF18-24GBR1st10:44:49
806Gillian FullenF55-59GBR1st10:45:11
1994Jennifer StewartF35-39GBR24th10:50:47
2370Georgia TurnerF25-29GBR22nd11:00:30
1694Louise HarrisF40-44GBR32nd11:09:55
2338Annie FrederickF25-29GBR27th11:10:38
1339Linda BlakelyF45-49GBR23rd11:21:03
2171Jennifer BarbourF30-34GBR40th11:22:16
2209Sophie NeedhamF30-34GBR44th11:27:33
2437Anna LawsonF18-24GBR7th11:28:52
1367Catherine LabrianidisF45-49GBR36th11:40:05
1715Kerry OldfieldF40-44GBR52nd11:41:08
1680Mary CorlessF40-44IRL54th11:43:39
1958Olivia Fitz-PooleF35-39GBR53rd11:44:19
1074Louella O'HerlihyF50-54GBR11th11:47:08
2364Isabelle PettitF25-29GBR37th11:47:55
2367Taryn RobertsF25-29GBR38th12:01:07
2376Emily YoungF25-29GBR39th12:01:33
811Jo GundleF55-59GBR10th12:02:28
2008Claire WaltonF35-39GBR62nd12:04:29
1055Melanie HayesF50-54GBR24th12:12:29
807Elizabeth GannonF55-59GBR16th12:20:19
1972Anna JenkinsF35-39GBR65th12:24:51
658June McminnF60-64IRL6th12:34:56
1971Jennifer IsaacF35-39GBR68th12:40:24
2428Jasmine HolmesF18-24GBR19th12:41:21
2444Rachel RutherfordF18-24GBR20th12:42:01
1346Sheena DullaghanF45-49IRL69th12:48:08
1357Jude HaggerF45-49GBR72nd12:57:51
1352Fiona FoleyF45-49IRL74th13:07:48
667Jean PerkinsF60-64GBR18th14:05:46
403Ruth GrayF35-39GBR71st14:22:04
1705Catherine MaslingF40-44GBR77th15:17:40
649Jean GillespieF60-64GBR33rd15:44:27
560Teresa HollinsF65-69GBR20th16:10:25
644Fiona DavidsonF60-64GBR37th16:29:28
1340Jordan BlancoF45-49GBRDNFDNF
2341Rebecca HoareF25-29GBRDNSDNS
2374Milly Wade-WestF25-29GBRDNSDNS

All Great Britain and Ireland Age-Group Female Entrants – By Category

BIBNAMECATEGORYCOUNTRYCAT POSTIME
2418Laura AddieF18-24GBR1st10:44:49
2437Anna LawsonF18-24GBR7th11:28:52
2428Jasmine HolmesF18-24GBR19th12:41:21
2444Rachel RutherfordF18-24GBR20th12:42:01
2365Katherine RenoufF25-29GBR3rd09:59:07
2339Emily FreemanF25-29GBR5th10:16:22
2370Georgia TurnerF25-29GBR22nd11:00:30
2338Annie FrederickF25-29GBR27th11:10:38
2364Isabelle PettitF25-29GBR37th11:47:55
2367Taryn RobertsF25-29GBR38th12:01:07
2376Emily YoungF25-29GBR39th12:01:33
2341Rebecca HoareF25-29GBRDNSDNS
2374Milly Wade-WestF25-29GBRDNSDNS
2217Ruth PurbrookF30-34GBR1st09:20:06
2227Emma WardallF30-34GBR13th10:23:37
2180Elizabeth DuncombeF30-34GBR17th10:32:01
2171Jennifer BarbourF30-34GBR40th11:22:16
2209Sophie NeedhamF30-34GBR44th11:27:33
1952Corrine ClarkF35-39GBR5th10:10:30
1986Hannah PeelF35-39GBR10th10:17:40
1994Jennifer StewartF35-39GBR24th10:50:47
1958Olivia Fitz-PooleF35-39GBR53rd11:44:19
2008Claire WaltonF35-39GBR62nd12:04:29
1972Anna JenkinsF35-39GBR65th12:24:51
1971Jennifer IsaacF35-39GBR68th12:40:24
403Ruth GrayF35-39GBR71st14:22:04
1701Camille KingF40-44GBR11th10:35:30
1679Jenny CloseF40-44GBR12th10:37:16
1694Louise HarrisF40-44GBR32nd11:09:55
1715Kerry OldfieldF40-44GBR52nd11:41:08
1680Mary CorlessF40-44IRL54th11:43:39
1705Catherine MaslingF40-44GBR77th15:17:40
1359Victoria HillF45-49GBR8th10:25:14
1339Linda BlakelyF45-49GBR23rd11:21:03
1367Catherine LabrianidisF45-49GBR36th11:40:05
1346Sheena DullaghanF45-49IRL69th12:48:08
1357Jude HaggerF45-49GBR72nd12:57:51
1352Fiona FoleyF45-49IRL74th13:07:48
1340Jordan BlancoF45-49GBRDNFDNF
1074Louella O'HerlihyF50-54GBR11th11:47:08
1055Melanie HayesF50-54GBR24th12:12:29
806Gillian FullenF55-59GBR1st10:45:11
811Jo GundleF55-59GBR10th12:02:28
807Elizabeth GannonF55-59GBR16th12:20:19
658June McminnF60-64IRL6th12:34:56
667Jean PerkinsF60-64GBR18th14:05:46
649Jean GillespieF60-64GBR33rd15:44:27
644Fiona DavidsonF60-64GBR37th16:29:28
560Teresa HollinsF65-69GBR20th16:10:25

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John Levison
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TRI247's Chief Correspondent, John has been involved in triathlon for well over 30 years, 15 of those writing on these pages, whilst he can also be found commentating for events across the UK.
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