Triumph at Abbotsford Triathlon

Chilliwackians young and older tested their athletic limits at last weekend's Abbotsford Triathlon.

Three Chilliwackians started and finished last weekend’s Abbotsford Triathlon, with Ileana Graham setting the pace.

Graham competed in the womens’ 40-44 division.

She was the sixth fastest woman in the entire field (34), clocking in at 01:25:36.0.

Gina Balzer and Lisa De Vries were next across the line, finishing about 21 minutes behind Graham with identical times of 01:46:40.0.

The triathlon included three Kids of Steel divisions.

Cadence De Coene, Jenna Graham, Luke Graham and Caelan Street finished 6-7-8-9 in the youngest group (8-11 year olds).

Caleb Graham placed 11th out of 14 in the 12-15 year old group.

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