Weather No Competition for Thousands Participating in Life Time Tri
Minneapolis July 13
Cameron Dye and Alicia Kaye are top finishers
CHANHASSEN, Minn. -- July 13, 2013
Nearly 3,000 pro, elite amateur and first-time triathletes didn’t let the
weather deter them from competing in the Twin Cities’ largest triathlon today
along the shores of Lake Nokomis. This year marked the 11th anniversary of the
event and served as the first race in the Toyota Triple Crown Triathlon
Cameron Dye (Colorado Springs, Colo.) won the male professional division at
1:03:12.28 while Alicia Kaye (Colorado Springs, Colo.) won the female
professional division at 1:10:14.63.
In the male professional division, Hunter Kemper (Colorado Springs, Colo.)
finished second with a time of 1:03:31.00, followed by third-place finisher
Stuart Hayes (London, UK) with a time of 1:03:48.76. In the female
professional division, Lauren Goss (Tucson, AZ.) finished second with a time
of 1:12:56.15, while Daniela Ryf (Rumisberg, Switzerland) finished third with
a time of 1:13:25.76.
The 2013 Life Time Tri Pro Series cash purse offers $450,000, including
$250,000 in individual race awards and an additional $200,000 awarded to Life
Time Tri Pro Series champions crowned at the series finale – Life Time Tri
Oceanside. With the addition of the Toyota Triple Crown, the overall 2013 Life
Time Tri cash purse is $500,000. To qualify for race awards, pros must start
at least three events, including the Series finale, Life Time Tri Oceanside,
with the top five events counting towards their overall standings. The
official finishing times at Life Time Tri Oceanside will serve as a
As the 2013 Life Time Tri Pro Series and Toyota Triple Crown Series progress,
participant results and current point standings will be available at
lifetimetri.com, the official website of Life Time Tri. Updates also will be
provided on Twitter by following @LifeTimeTri and by liking the Life Time Tri
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and customer service arm of Toyota, Lexus and Scion. Established in 1957, TMS
markets products and services through a network of nearly 1,500 Toyota, Lexus
and Scion dealers which sold more than 2 million vehicles in 2012. Toyota
directly employs over 31,000 people in the United States and its investment
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About Life Time Fitness, Inc.
As The Healthy Way of Life Company, Life Time Fitness (NYSE:LTM) helps
organizations, communities and individuals achieve their total health
objectives, athletic aspirations and fitness goals by engaging in their areas
of interest — or discovering new passions — both inside and outside of Life
Time’s distinctive and large sports, professional fitness, family recreation
and spa destinations, most of which operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The Company’s Healthy Way of Life approach enables customers to achieve this
by providing the best programs, people and places of uncompromising quality
and value. As of July 13, 2013, the Company operated 106 centers under the
LIFE TIME FITNESS^® and LIFE TIME ATHLETIC^® brands in the United States and
Canada. Additional information about Life Time centers, programs and services
is available at lifetimefitness.com.
Life Time Fitness
Lauren Flinn, 952-229-7776
Erin Bix, 917-204-6355
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