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Van Zyl overtakes Molloy in Battle

By Sharon Robb
STAFF WRITER
Posted March 29 2004

SUNRISE Despite a five-minute head start, Sue Molloy couldn't hold off Anton Van Zyl of Fort Lauderdale in the Battle of the Sexes Keno Brothers Duathlon on Sunday at Markham Park.

Van Zyl remains undefeated in the duathlon series over two years. The South African caught Molloy near the end of the second 1.75-mile run to finish in 44 minutes and 30 seconds.

The course was two 1.75-mile runs and a 9.4-mile bike.

Molloy, a former All-American runner at McArthur High and North Carolina State, has won four consecutive women's duathlon titles this season. She won the women's title in 49:53. Jenny Garcia was second in 50:20 and was able to hold off the entire men's field except for Van Zyl.

Defending women's champion Sandra Ferreira of Pembroke Pine was third among women and eighth overall.

Race 4 Results

BATTLE OF THE SEXES: 1. Anton Van Zyl 44:30; 2. Sue Molloy 49:53; 3. Jenny Garcia 50:20; 4. Johnny Hadjichristou 46:06; 5. John Marshall 46:15.

WOMEN OPEN: 1. Sue Molloy 49:53; 2. Jenny Garcia 50:20; 3. Sandra Ferreira 51:33; 4. Stephanie Balint 0:52:11; 5. Tina Eakin 52:54.

WOMEN MASTERS: 1. Patricia Keen 53:15; 2. Cheryl Vega 55:08; 3. Lauren Fuchs 56:01; ATHENA: 1. Pam Davis 58:52.

WOMEN AGE GROUP: 10-14: 1. Chelsea Vega 1:13:15; 2. Emily Languedoc 1:17:05; 3. Marisa Flit 1:28:35; 15-19: 1. Sarah Guptill 1:04:26; 25-29: 1. Mekyla Pollock 55:15; 2. Julie Abbate 1:03:52; 3. Stephanie Barndollar 1:04:44; 30-34: 1. Lindsay Heiser 55:03; 2. Ann Marie Font 1:05:11; 3. Michelle Thomas 1:17:58; 35-39: 1. Monica Rossi-Montero 54:28; 2. Robyn Ferris 57:36; 3. Laura Kohn 57:52; 4. Nicole Swift 58:13; 5. Bonnie Hauger 1:00:34; 40-44: 1. Karina Fabi 59:00; 2. Jacqueline Shellow 1:00:20; 3. Cindy Mittet 1:01:06; 4. Diane Guptill 1:04:12; 5. Juliana DeVita 1:09:21; 45-49: 1. Anita Travis 1:04:43; 50-54: 1. Dianne Ruggiero 1:05:43; 2. Janet Oppenheimer 1:09:40; 60-64: 1. Barbara Latta 1:07:33; 2. Joanne Brenner 1:19:59; Fat tire: 1. Florencia Castillo 1:08:02; First timer: 1. Diana Junqueira 1:04:02.

MEN OPEN: 1. Anton Van Zyl 44:30; 2. Johnny Hadjichristou 46:06; 3. John Marshall 46:15; 4. Veiko Kibena 46:31; 5. Rodolfo Gonzalez 46:46.

MEN MASTERS: 1. David Kroupa 48:08; 2. Roger Travis 50:05; 3. Kevin Kelley 51:47.

MEN AGE GROUP: 10-14: 1. Joshua Hauger 1:02:34; 2. CJ Fuchs 1:10:44; 3. Jeffrey Tait 1:10:55; 4. Jordan Tait 1:22:51; 15-19: 1.Taylor Hamernik 51:39; 2. Marcus Williams 1:00:46; 20-29: 1. Chuck Floyd 49:45; 2. John Kling 50:20; 3. Dan McConnell 52:12; 4. Andre Remy 53:23; 30-34: 1. Adam Kilmer 49:52; 2. Lee Zohlman 51:42; 3. Jay Delgado 52:49; 4. Manuel Mair 54:22; 5. Bill Gautier 1:05:52; 35-39: 1. Jose Benitez 47:15; 2. Dario Perez 49:31; 3. Kevin Abbate 50:53; 4. Martin Hynes 52:26; 5. Jon Williams 52:51; 40-44: 1. Ismael Casanas 53:16; 2. Steve Winslow 53:37; 3. Duane Livingstone 53:46; 4. John Leonard 54:16; 5. Jaime Mora 54:56; 45-49: 1. Kevin Morris 52:14; 2. Ed Gray 52:54; 3. Dennis Paquette 54:28; 4. Armando Vasallo 55:06; 5. John Hauger 55:34; 50-54: 1. Hugo Radelat 53:40; 2. David Mizrahi 57:06; 3. German Pelaez 58:23; 4. Steven Turner 59:00; 55-59: 1. Fred Stolzenburg 1:01:00; 60-64: 1. Arnie Lefkowitz 1:01:06; 2. Jose Font 1:14:45; 65-over: 1. Herb Cohen 1:07:27; Fat tire: 1. William Zenga 53:33; 2. Steven Rosario 1:03:56; 3. Kyle Louveau 1:07:31; First timer: 1. Craig Watson 56:47; 2. Joe Castillo 57:27; 3. James Perry 1:08:00; 4. Barry Faske 1:12:44; 5. Terry Murdock 1:15:26; Relay: 1. Jasper's Relay 51:53; Clydesdale: 1. Don Sullivan 50:22; 2. Drew Hamernik 54:35; 3. Marty Fuchs 58:17; 4. Leon Hunt 1:01:20; 5. Edward Rivas 1:02:56.

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