2014 Iron Kids Triathlon Winners

Clarien Bank Limited congratulates winners of the 26th Annual Clarien Iron Kids Triathlon, held on Saturday, September 20.

The Iron Kids Triathlon began in 1988 as a Gibbons Company event and was held at Shelly Bay Beach. Now hosted by Clarien at Clearwater, the event consists of a true swim, bike and run competition for junior triathletes, ages 7 – 15. The event includes two competitive categories: 1) Ages 7 – 10, which consists of a 100 meter swim, 2.5 mile bike and 0.5 mile run; and 2) Ages 11 – 15, which consists of a 200 meter swim, 5 mile bike and 1 mile run. In addition, kids ages 3 – 6 also participate in a non-competitive, abbreviated version of the course for fun, known as the Tiny Tots division, which consists of a 10 meter run, 250 meter bike and 50 meter run.

Every Iron Kids participant receives a finisher’s medal, with top awards going to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners in the Triathlon age group categories. Clarien congratulates the following 2014 overall Iron Kids triathlon winners who received funds that will be placed in an Iron Kids Account:

Overall Female Fastest Time

  • First place: Madelyn Moore receiving $1000
  • Second place: Alyssa Rowse receiving $500
  • Third place: Lynsey Palmer receiving $250

Overall Male Fastest Time

  • First place: Matthew Oliveira receiving $1000
  • Second place: Max De Ste Croix receiving $500
  • Third place: Nicholas Pilgrim receiving $250

Clarien Bank Co-CEO Ian Truran said: “The Iron Kids triathlon is a rewarding experience, challenging our youth physically and rewarding them financially, introducing the overall winners to the importance of financial responsibility and management through the Clarien Iron Kids Bank Account. We are thrilled to congratulate this year’s winners and remain fully invested in our community and the development and of our youth through the support of events like Iron Kids, as well as other organizations and charities.”

The Iron Kids Account is a savings account designed just for youth. It is available to children from birth until the age of 18 and features a debit card and eBanking view access. The Iron Kids account is easy to use for depositing money and tracking transactions. The account balance is capped at $10K (Bermuda Dollars) at a 2% interest rate (rate is subject to change). Additional information is available at https://clarienbank.com/personal/youth-banking/.

Additional age group triathlon winners include:

7-10 Overall Racing Bike Female

  • First place: Megan Hands
  • Second place: Zoe Hasselkuss
  • Third place: Mia Ferguson

7-10 Overall Racing Bike Male

  • First place: Blake Oliveira
  • Second place: Gareth Cooper
  • Third place: Manning Smith

7-10 Overall Non-Racing Bike Female

  • First place: Tayla Horan
  • Second place: Carys Nokes
  • Third place: Rachael Betschart

7-10 Overall Non-Racing Bike Male

  • First place: Tommy Marshall
  • Second place: Christen Lugo Elibox
  • Third place: William Nokes

11-15 Overall Racing Bike Female

  • First place: Diane Moore
  • Second place: Alyssa Rowse
  • Third place: Lynsey Palmer

11-15 Overall Racing Bike Male

  • First place: Matthew Oliveira
  • Second place: Max De Ste Croix
  • Third place: Nicholas Pilgrim

11-15 Overall Non-Racing Bike Female

  • First place: Cassy McPhee
  • Second place: Addy Malpas
  • Third place: Elsa Stevenson

11-15 Overall Non-Racing Bike Male

  • First place: Keagan Woolley
  • Second place: Brian Desmond
  • Third place: Max Blakeney

Complete results are available at www.racedayworld.com.

Clarien thanks the following sponsors for their participation: Colonial, Tokio Millenium, Deloitte, EY, jetBlue, Gateway, ACE, Island Press, PowerAde, Bicycle Works, Sportseller, Winners Edge. Additional thanks to Abbott Nutrition/Pediasure and BLDC for their support.


Clarien Iron Kids is a community-driven event hosted by Clarien Bank allowing youth living in Bermuda to compete in a traditional swim, bike and run junior triathlon.