Genevieve Evans wins in XTERRA Tahoe City triathlon |

Genevieve Evans wins in XTERRA Tahoe City triathlon

Genevieve Evans smiles as she crosses the finish of the XTERRA Tahoe City triathlon on Saturday. Evans was the top woman and 10th overall.
Courtesy Harry Lefrak / Lefrak Photography |

The XTERRA Tahoe City triathlon drew just under 100 participants to the North Shore on Saturday.

Nineteen-year-old David Duncan took the overall win in a field of 98 triathletes, posting a time of 2:47:51. Genevieve Evans, 41, of Carnelian Bay was the top woman and 10th overall, crossing the finish line in 3:00:37.

Duncan was followed by Phillip Glenn (2:50:37) and Chris Belnap (2:51:07), while Truckee’s Donatas Ereminas was fourth (2:52:00) and Tim Sheeper fifth (2:52:04).

In the women’s field, Amber Mounday placed second behind Evans and 22nd overall in 3:13:38. Jessica Koltz was the third woman (3:19:33), Janet Soule was fourth (3:22:42) and Chrstina Liebner fifth (3:30:42).

Hometowns were not listed with the results.

Forty-five people participated in the Sprint triathlon. Steve Dalal, 47, won the race with a time of 2:05:10, while Rebecca Clifton topped the women’s field and was sixth overall, in 2:16:58.

Tom Damaschino placed second overall in 2:08:00 and was followed by Lance Maiss (2:10:34), David Moore (2:11:39) and Jeff Berezny (2:16:34).

Jenny Emick was second among women (2:25:06), Tracy Shane was third (2:29:59), Theresa Zaro fourth (2:34:52) and Katharine Verdon fifth (2:35:48).

The XTERRA Tahoe City also included a duathlon, which was won in a tight finish by Daniel Gazarian (3:23:30.53) and Stacey Sbolci (3:23:30.82).

Find full results at and a photo gallery at

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