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Reed and Berkel Resume battle in Cebu


Reed and Berkel Resume battle in Cebu

The dual resumes with Tim Reed and Tim Van Berkel at IRONMAN 70.3 Phillipines this weekend, doubling up as the Asia-Pacific Championship. Reed just edged out Berkel in a sprint finish but the deepth of the field this year might have something to say about who finishes on the podium this weekend.

Caroline Steffen returns to extend her winning streak at this race; she has not relinquished the crown since 2011. “It is definitely one of my favorite races on the circuit. With a very classy race venue and cheering school kids on course, you just can’t miss out on this event,” she says. “With winning the event for the last four years, I will give my very best shot to make this number five.”
The Swiss star expects yet another battle in the heat and humidity of the urban race venue as she sharpens up for the Ironman 70.3 World Championship next month in her home court on the Sunshine Coast, Australia.

With the Ironman 70.3 World Championships just a under a month away this race has drawn out a classy field, not just for the title but perfectly timed race preparation for the world championships.

MALE PRO:
1 TIM REED AUSTRALIA 
2 TIM VAN BERKEL AUSTRALIA 
3 BRENT MCMAHON CANADA 
4 CRAIG ALEXANDER AUSTRALIA 
5 CAMERON BROWN NEW ZEALAND 
6 SAM BETTEN AUSTRALIA 
7 DAN BROWN AUSTRALIA 
8 JONATHAN CIAVATTELLA ITALY 
9 ANTONY COSTES FRANCE 
10 BRADEN CURRIE NEW ZEALAND 
11 MATTHEW FRANKLIN NEW ZEALAND 
12 LEON GRIFFIN AUSTRALIA 
13 BRADLEY KAHLEFELDT AUSTRALIA 
17 LEVI MAXWELL AUSTRALIA 
18 ALEXANDER POLIZZI AUSTRALIA 
19 STEPHEN THOMPSON AUSTRALIA 
20 ERIC WATSON AUSTRALIA 
21 DAVID MAINWARING AUSTRALIA 
22 SEBASTIEN JOUFFRET FRANCE 
24 JENS PETERSEN‐BACH DENMARK 
25 JAMES HADLEY UNITED STATES 
26 JAKE MONTGOMERY AUSTRALIA 
27 BRAD WILLIAMS UNITED STATES 
          
FEMALE PRO:
31 CAROLINE STEFFEN AUSTRALIA 
32 RADKA VODICKOVA CZECH REPUBLIC 
33 AMELIA WATKINSON NEW ZEALAND 
34 DIMITY‐LEE DUKE AUSTRALIA 
35 KATHRYN HAESNER NEW ZEALAND 
36 JUDITH CORACHAN VAQUERA SPAIN 
37 SARAH CROWLEY AUSTRALIA 
39 AMANDA WILSON AUSTRALIA 
40 KIM KILGROE PHILIPPINES