Bradley Weiss Dominates 2017 XTerra Danao
It’s a winning streak for South African Bradley Weiss as he once again dominated the Philippine staging of one of the world’s toughest races. Weiss, who called 2017 XTerra Danao the “hardest and hottest race” yet, was also the big winner in the 2016 XTerra Albay tilt. Finishing the race in just three hours and sixteen minutes, the ever cool Weiss bested other experienced pro athletes like Sam Osborne, Ben Allen, Kieran McPherson, and our very own Joseph Miller.
The extremely challenging race was made up of three segments:
1.5 Km swim at Coco Palms Resort
40 Km mountain bike traversing the mountains of Danao,
and a 10 Km trail run through the scenic and community roads of Danao City.
Finishing first for the Men’s Pro division was Bradley Weiss from South Africa.
Weiss finished the race in three hours and 16 minutes.
Finishing first for Women’s Pro division was Carina Wasle from Austria.
Carina finished the race in 4 hours, 7 minutes, and 49 seconds.
2nd Place – Men’s Pro Division
Sam Osborne from New Zealand
2nd Place – Women’s Pro Division
Penny Slater from Australia
3rd Place – Men’s Pro Division
Kieran McPherson from New Zealand
3rd Place – Women’s Pro Division
Jessica Koltz from the United States of America
4th Place – Men’s Pro Division
Ben Allen from Australia
Did Not Finish: Jacqui Allen from United Kingdom
Due to severe dehydration
6th Place – Men’s Pro Division
Joseph Miller from the Philippines
7th Place – Men’s Pro Division
Olly Shaw from New Zealand
Check out the highlights from this year’s XTerra Danao.