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It's been awhile coming...but we now finally have the Sales pages up and running. Find the links on the side or the top and see what we have. Let me "Kirb" know what you want...any questions you might have and we will take care of you. Check every so often for new things we will be adding. One way to stay informed is to like our Ultra Tri Face Book page, here is the link click here    for the FaceBook Page


   

 

CurrentNews

 
 

The Creation of the AnVillage

The AnVillage term was penned by Maria Simone following the March 2016 Double ANVIL.

The Anvillage!!!

It would be a mistake to think of a Double Anvil as simply twice an Ironman. While the numbers do add up that way, the experience is so much more than just those numbers.

Representative of these differences is the very language used to described the center of the race. An Ironman has a transition area. The Double Anvil has a village. That’s more than just a semantic difference.

Within the confines of that Anvil village–what I’m going to call the Anvillage–lies the key to what makes this event so special: a sense of community that comes from pushing the edges of our comfort zones, sharing the belief that limits are for other people, and finding our strength not only as individuals–but also as a community of people seeking the extraordinary.

While I raced as a solo racer, this effort was hardly an individual effort for me – or for any of my fellow racers. It is not possible to cross the finish line of a race of this magnitude without the support of the Anvillage. The respect and support of the racers, their crews, and the race staff is like no other race I’ve ever done.

Not. Even. Close.

The commiseration or commendation of your fellow comrades-in-laps can lift you out of a hole or help you ride the high to the finish line. There were times when I was convinced that to go another lap would be a seemingly impossible, Herculean effort. But, then, a fellow racer or their crew would cheer me on, give me words of encouragement, and I was fueled and renewed by the knowledge that if I believed it – I would achieve it.

We may have started as individuals, but in passing through the Anvillage lap after lap after lap–and yeah, another lap–we crossed the line into family.

To read her complete race report, click here for the document

   

 

Recent News

 
 

Race Across America

Click here for the link to the RAAM Website
The 2011 biking of RAAM just finished and we had 3 alumni of our Double's and Triple's competing in it. Kathy Roche-Wallace, 7 time solo finisher of the Triple IRON competed in the 50-59 age category and finsihed 2nd out of 5 women altogether. The overall winner of the 2009 Triple IRON was Steve Teal, and he raced on the 4 pers team Strategic Global Advisors. And super suport crew for Dave Gaudette (Double and Triple IRON finisher) and his wife Linda (Double IRON finisher) was Randy Mouri, who raced solo and finsihed 4th out of 11 in the 50-59 men category. Well done to these three.

   

 

 

Florida Single ANVIL Triathlon Results and Records

 
 

Below are listed the results for past races held at Lake Louisa State Park, Clermont, FL. 2018 was the first time we had athletes competing in the Single ANVIL distance.

Click on the appropriate link to view the Excel File. Results will be added here after the race has finished. During the race, a results link will be on the home page.


March 2018
click here for Excel file
March 2019


Everyone who has ever raced in the U.S.A. Series of Ultra Triathlons

Here is a Spreadsheet that shows everyone who has ever done the Double or Triple ANVIL/IRON Triathlon at Hunstville, Alabama; the Odyssey series held in Virginia; or USA Ultra Triathlon series held in Virginia and Florida. The Double IRON was originally held in Hunstville, Alabama starting in 1985, the worlds first Double IRON, the name was changed from IRON to ANVIL in 2013 after WTC sent us a Cease and Desist request. It was easier to change than fight, which turned out to be in our benefit in the long run.   click here for the PDF file

The Florida athletes below are recognized for their accomplishments.

    Top three times listed for each discipline broken down by Males and Females
click here for the Double Results (pdf file)
click here for the Team Results (pdf file)
click here for the Single Results (pdf file)

Swim


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Roni Gidekel/39 ~ Aventura, FL/Argentina
1:23:00/2018
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Will Turner/60 ~ Richmond, VA
1:24:00/2018
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Joey Lichter/37 ~ Pembroke Pines, FL
1:34:00/2018
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Linda Hayes/57 ~ Reno, NV
1:32:00/2018
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Tonya Keyes-Christianson/31 ~ Mesa, AZ
1:47:00/2018
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Bike


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Joey Lichter/37 ~ Pembroke Pines, FL
6:34:03/2018
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Will Turner/60 ~ Richmond, VA
6:53:37/2018
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Roni Gidekel/39 ~ Aventura, FL/Argentina
7:00:53/2018
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Linda Hayes/57 ~ Reno, NV
6:51:22/2018
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Tonya Keyes-Christianson/31 ~ Mesa, AZ
7:17:18/2018
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Run


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Joey Lichter/37 ~ Pembroke Pines, Fl
4:54:07/2018
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Jean Yves Evan/58 ~ Grenoble, France
5:49:06/2018
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Will Turner/60 ~ Richmond, VA
5:52:44/2018
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Tonya Keyes-Christianson/31 ~ Mesa, AZ
4:23:40/2018
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Linda Hayes/57 ~ Reno, NV
5:37:55/2018
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Overall


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Joey Lichter/37 ~ Pembroke Pines, FL
13:23:21/2018
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Will Turner/60 ~ Richmond, FL
14:39:44/2018
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Roni Gidekel/39 ~ Aventura, FL/Argentina
15:06:21/2018
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Tonya Keyes-Christianson/31 ~ Mesa, AZ
14:01:07/2018
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Linda Hayes/57 ~ Reno, NV
14:25:55/2018
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