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Samuel Dannenbring, 34, overall winner of the duathlon, and Megan Smallwood, 39, overall female winner of the triathlon, celebrate after receiving their medals for the 34th-annual Crescent City Triathlon and Duathlon on Aug. 18. Courtesy photo.

Jack Bradley was the overall winner of Aug. 18’s 34th-annual Crescent City Triathlon and Duathlon.

There were 136 total participants in the two events this year, up from 117 last year.

The triathlon featured three events: swimming 500 yards indoors at the Fred Endert Municipal Pool; biking 12 miles; and finishing with a 3.1-mile run.

Bradley won with a time of 1 hour, 2 minutes and 55 seconds.

Megan Smallwood of Seal Rock, Oregon, was the top finishing woman, and third overall, with a time of 1:06:25.

Clay Speaker of Crescent City had the best finish of the local racers, coming in 11th overall in 1:14:35.

Linda Blundell of Crescent City finished in the top five for women, and 15th overall, with a time of 1:17:39.

The duathlon also had three legs: a 3.1-mile run; a 12-mile bike ride; then another 3.1-mile run.

Samual Dannenbring of McKinleyville, California was the overall winner of the duathlon, with a time of 1:08:58.

Jennifer Dannenbring, also of McKinleyville, was the first female to finish the duathlon, in 1:26:15.

For a complete list of winners and participants, go to https://raceday.enmotive.com/#/events/2019-crescent-city-tri-du/results.

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