There were only six Pro finishers, but the conditions seemed to be pretty much in line with last year’s men’s race. Because of cold water temperatures, the swim was moved to an alternate location at a lake, but the times were pretty normal for the women. The bike was again quite quick (adjustment of 20:02), and the run was slightly faster than last but still seemed quite accurate. The overall adjustment was 21:52, resulting in a new course rating of 22:23.
IM Tallinn has two (female) Kona slots, these go to
- Corinne Abraham
- Kim Morrison.
Kristin Liepold already secured her slot at IM Cairns.
Female Race Results
|Rank||Name||Nation||Swim||Bike||Run||Time||Diff to exp.||Prize Money|
|1||Corinne Abraham||GBR||00:59:03||04:39:47||03:12:01||08:55:22||03:49||US$ 12,000|
|2||Kristin Liepold||GER||01:05:05||05:00:25||02:53:50||09:04:08||-07:28||US$ 6,000|
|3||Kimberley Morrison||GBR||00:56:14||04:42:47||03:21:34||09:04:23||03:35||US$ 4,000|
|4||Ewa Komander||POL||00:56:49||04:48:40||03:15:51||09:06:35||n/a||US$ 2,750|
|5||Renee Kiley||AUS||00:56:17||04:47:53||03:22:43||09:11:47||-27:10||US$ 2,000|
|6||Sabrina Harpaintner||GER||01:01:39||05:14:59||03:24:01||09:44:55||n/a||US$ 1,500|