Triathlete Patrick Harfield set a new course record Sunday (16 September) at the Cayman Islands Triathlon Association (CITA) McGrath Tonner Duathlon.
The course, which saw athletes begin with a two-mile run, followed by a 12-mile cycle, finishing with a second two-mile run, ended with Harfield crossing the finish line in 51 minutes, 38 seconds. Jamie Hughes placed second (56:56), while Jason Trautman was third (57:11). Conrad Proud (58:59) and DJ Evans (59:20) rounded out the top five.
“This was my first time competing in the Cayman Duathlon,” said Harfield. “I’m passionate about multi sport and enjoy doing it both in my free time and for work, as a Triathlon Coach and Personal Trainer, through my company, Cayman Tri Training.”
This was the first multisport event since the sudden passing of Geoff Cornwall, an avid CITA member. Harfield said his memory was in everyone’s hearts.
“This past week, we sadly lost one of our fellow triathletes, so I would like to dedicate this win to Geoff Cornwall and his family” said Harfield.
View all the results here.