Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Andy Potts wins Avia Wildflower Triathlon!!

"It's too easy" to quote my friend Russ Walker. Pretty soon I'm going to have to hire someone full time to write race reports!! ISM is experiencing huge racing success. Please have a look at this past weekend's results in California and St. Croix.

May 2, 2009 Avia Wildflower Half Ironman Triathlon Lake San Antonio, CA Potts wins….AGAIN! Is this man stoppable? Andy Potts just won the St. Anthony’s Triathlon a week earlier in Florida and goes on to win Wildflower. Potts had a strong bike and entered T2 with a staked pack of racers. He would take the lead soon into the run and gain time on his competitors. Also noteworthy was Eneko Llanos’ 2nd place finish. Eneko contacted ISM about trying out a saddle the week before the event. Guess it worked for the Hawaii 2008 runner up. On the gal’s side, ISM athlete Erica Csomor would have to overcome a flat on the bike leg. She fixed it and would eventually finish 3rd! WOW! Best to all our athletes and thanks for riding ISM saddles. Andy Potts races using the Adamo Road saddle and Erica Csomor uses the Adamo Racing. Another mention is famed ex pro cyclist turned triathlete Saul Raisin competed with his new Adamo Racing saddle. Congrats Saul!!

May 3, 2009 St. Croix 70.3 Triathlon St Croix, US Virgin Islands St. Croix has always been an event I wanted to compete in. One day perhaps. The day was tough. Hot, windy, and with The Beast to climb! ISM would like to congratulate Nina Kraft for her 4th place finish and Jo Lawn on her 8th place finish. Both girls competed the week prior at St. Anthony’s. Nice job girls. Kraft uses an Adamo Road saddle and Lawn an Adamo Racing.

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