Florida Man, Ohio Woman Win Key West Triathlon

Saturday, Dec 7, 2013  |  Updated 3:42 PM EDT
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Florida Man, Ohio Woman Win Key West Triathlon

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A 28-year-old Florida man and a 30-year-old Ohio woman have won the men's and women's overall divisions at the annual Key West Triathlon.
 
Josh Eaton of Bonita Springs finished in 2 hours, 2 minutes and 19 seconds Saturday. Julie Cameron of Liberty Township posted a time of two hours, 23 minutes and 24 seconds.

  The Olympic-distance triathlon included a 1.5-kilometer swim, 40k bike ride and 10k ocean-side run.
 
Second place in the men's division went to Miami's Cobi Morales, 39, finishing just behind Eaton at 2:02:50. Seventeen-year-old Renze Postma of Oranjestad, Aruba, took third.
 
In the women's division, Evelyn Salama, 40, of Pembroke Pines, Fla., finished second at 2:24:21. Key West's Noelle Rivas, 37, took third.
 
The challenge included sprint distance and relay triathlons and attracted about 930 registrants.
 

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