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Sunday, October 7, marked the Series championship as the seventh and final leg in the
Race to the Toyota Cup Series. Thousands of professional, paratriathlon, elite amateur and first-time triathletes competed in the culmination of the seven-event-series, the
Race to the Toyota Cup.
Sarah Haskins (USA) won the female professional division with a time of 2:01:17.5. Cameron Dye (USA) won the male professional division with a time of 1:50:04.5.
In the women’s professional division, Alicia Kaye (USA) finished second with a time of 2:01:34.3, while Lauren Goss (USA) finished third with a time of 2:03:59.5. In the men’s professional division, Ben Collins (USA) finished second at 1:50:04.5 and Hunter Kemper (USA) to third with a time of 1:52:28.
Established in 2007, the Toyota U.S. Open Triathlon is the first U.S. Open event in triathlon history. It is the seventh and final race in the Race to the Toyota Cup Series and takes place at the Harbor at Lake Ray Hubbard in Rockwall, Texas.
About the Race to the Toyota Cup
Since 2006, the Race to the Toyota Cup has connected some of the most prominent international-distance triathlon events in the United States. Throughout the series, the world’s top professional triathletes battle for points and a chance to win the coveted Toyota Cup. In 2012, the Race to the Toyota Cup consists of seven events, including: the April 1
Nautica South Beach Triathlon (Miami); the May 28
Capital of Texas Triathlon (Austin); the
Philadelphia Insurance Triathlon June 24; the July 14
Life Time Tri Minneapolis; the
Life Time Tri Chicago August 26; the
Herbalife Triathlon Los Angeles September 30; and the October 7
Toyota U.S. Open Triathlon (Dallas). For more information on the Race to the Toyota Cup visit
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