Young racers leave it all on the line |

Young racers leave it all on the line

Special to the Tribune
A total of 42 children came out for a youth triathlon at the South Lake Tahoe Recreation Complex this past Saturday.
Courtesy photo |

Youth Tri Results


Overall Noah McMahan 19:49.1

7 Boy Noah McMahan 19:49.1

7 Girl Kylie Powell 30:21.8

8 Boy Matteus Sokulsy 22:18.7

8 Girl Vaila Heineman 23:53.2

9 Boy Kai Preston 20:08.2

9 Girl Kiara Furrer 24:43.6


Overall Ryder Preston 10:58.9

3 Boy Saloman McMahan 22:25

4 Boy Luke Swanson 12:54.4

5 Boy Jameson Drum 14:04.8

5 Girl Alexandra Sokulsky 12:57

6 Boy Ryder Preston 10:58.9

6 Girl Chloe Ronning 11:14.9


Overall Kai Collin 28:28.2

10 Boy Kai Collin 28:28.2

10 Girl Nina Seemann 30:29.2

11 Boy Dalton Drum 29:48

11 Girl Hana Lucero 41:09

12 Boy Aaron Johnson 35.27.8

12 Girl Izabella Preston 34:44.6

13 Boy Carson Shaw 29:41.9

13 Girl Sophia Finnoff 33:24.2

The City of South Lake Tahoe Recreation Department and the Tahoe Tri Club co-hosted this summer’s second youth triathlon on July 21 at the South Lake Tahoe Recreation Complex.

A total of 42 participants came out for the event. Racers ages 3-4 and 5-6 competed in the 25-yard dash. Ages 7-8 raced 50 yards, ages 9-10 ran 100 yards and ages 11-12 competed in the 200-yard dash.

The triathlon course was spread over the Recreation Complex swimming pool, parking lot, and greenway surrounding the campground. A post-race party was held afterwards.

There are two remaining youth triathlons scheduled for Aug. 18 and Sept.8. For more information, visit or contact Jason Collin at 530-307-3316.

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