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IRONMAN Texas: Full finishing order after Kat Matthews claimed second successive title

Full finishing order for IRONMAN Texas as Kat Matthews took a second successive title.

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Great Britain’s Kat Matthews won a second successive IRONMAN Texas title in emphatic fashion on Saturday, as she once again ran her way to victory.

Holding off Australian Penny Slater, Matthews showed her class and secured her spot at the IRONMAN World Championship in Nice, which will be held in September.

In third place, Lotte Wilms was rewarded for her earlier efforts, having been part of the two person breakaway on the bike alongside Fenella Langridge.

IRONMAN Texas Women’s Full Results

Here is the full finishing order with times from Texas on Saturday:

  • 1. Kat Matthews (GBR) – 8:42:22
  • 2. Penny Slater (AUS) – 8:44:36
  • 3. Lotte Wilms (NED) – 8:46:59
  • 4. Hannah Berry (NZL) – 8:50:50
  • 5. Alice Alberts (USA) – 8:53:33
  • 6. Fenella Langridge (GBR) – 8:58:44
  • 7. Maja Stage Nielsen (DEN) – 9:00:14
  • 8. Kylie Simpson (AUS) – 9:05:57
  • 9. Danielle Lewis (USA) – 9:09:17
  • 10. Lesley Smith (USA) – 9:15:17
  • 11. Joanna Ryter (SUI) – 9:20:47
  • 12. Jana Uderstadt (GER) – 9:23:34
  • 13. Rebecca Clarke (NZL) – 9:28:45
  • 14. Diana Castillo Franco (COL) – 9:32:13
  • 15. Vanessa Pereira (POR) – 9:32:37
  • 16. Jessica Smith (USA) – 9:34:32
  • 17. Lauren Brandon (USA) – 9:39:14
  • 18. Olivia Dietzel (USA) – 9:40:50
  • 19. Jessica Cullen (CAN) – 9:48:34
  • 20. Rachel Olson (USA) – 9:49:30
  • 21. Clarice Chastang (USA) – 9:51:32
  • 22. Allison Jacob (CAN) – 9:52:12
  • 23. Caitlin Alexander (USA) – 9:53:19
  • 24. Kayla Bowker (USA) – 10:00:09
  • 25. Gabrielle Suver (USA) – 10:05:08
  • 26. Katie Treston-Torney (USA) – 10:12:01
  • 27. Maria Florencia Diaz Philippi (ARG) – 10:28:34
  • 28. Callie Stirling (CAN) – 10:30:31
  • 29. Tara Rooney (USA) – 10:54:47
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Tomos Land is a triathlon & running journalist whose expertise lies in the professional world of short course & long distance triathlon, though he also boasts an extensive knowledge of ultra-running.
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