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Triathlon draws more than 100 athletes to Dockton

An athlete celebrates during the running portion of the XTERRA Vashon Off-Road Triathalon. - Courtesy photo
An athlete celebrates during the running portion of the XTERRA Vashon Off-Road Triathalon.
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More than 100 athletes competed in the XTERRA Vashon Off-Road Triathlon on Sunday, July 11, in Dockton.

Jason Jablonski of Wenatchee, who won the race last year, took first place once again with a time of 1 hour, 41 minutes.

David Cloninger and Bruce Rogers, both from Bend, Ore., finished second and third.

David Henley, the only athlete from Vashon to compete in the race, finished with a time of 2 hours, 35 minutes.

The race, which began and ended at Dockton Park, consisted of a brisk swim in the Puget Sound and a cross-country bike ride and run on Dockton roads and CalPortland and King County Park trails.

For complete race results, visit budu.com.

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