2016 Clarien Iron Kids Triathlon Winners

Female Fastest Time (11-15 Racing Bike Category)

Female Best Overall 1st Female Best Overall 2nd Female Best Overall 3rd
1st place: Jessie Marshall receiving $1000 2nd place: Megan Hands receiving $500 3rd place: Amber Simons receiving $250


Male Fastest Time (11-15 Racing Bike Category)

Male Best Overall 1st Male Best Overall 2nd Male Best Overall 3rd
1st place: Nicholas Pilgrim receiving $1000 2nd place: Tommy Marshall receiving $500 3rd place: Yannick Hillier receiving $250


Additional age group triathlon winners include:

7-10 Overall Racing Bike Female 7-10 Overall Racing Bike Male 7-10 Overall Non-Racing Bike Female 7-10 Overall Non-Racing Bike Male
1st place: Jasmin Hasselkuss
2nd place: Chelsea Lomas
3rd place: Bella Howes.
1st place: Harlan Watson-Brown
2nd place: Flynn Watson-Brown
3rd place: Rory Fleming
1st place: Brandon Adkins
2nd place: Jared Moore
3rd place: Nahki DeShields
1st place: Somers Stevenson
2nd place: Charlotte Millington
3rd place: Arabella Henderson
11-15 Overall Racing Bike Female 11-15 Overall Racing Bike Male 11-15 Overall Non-Racing Bike Female 11-15 Overall Non-Racing Bike Male
1st place: Jessie Marshall
2nd place: Megan Hands
3rd place: Amber Simons
1st place: Nicholas Pilgrim
2nd place: Tommy Marshall
3rd place: Yannick Hillier
1st place: Ashley Moore
2nd place: Connie Betts
3rd place: Abigail Brewer
1st place: James Luckham
2nd place: Leo Foster
3rd place: Devon Soto


Complete results are available at www.racedayworld.com

Clarien thanks 2016 sponsors Colonial, Ernst & Young, Chubb, AON, Barritt’s, Bicycle Works, Gateway Systems, Island Press, Winner’s Edge, and the Bermuda Land Development Company, event partners Bermuda Triathlon Association and Bermuda Timing Systems, as well as award presenters Jr. Minister of Social Development & Sports, Nandi Outerbridge and Representative for Ministry of Education, Ms. Leah Scott and Matthew Oliveira.


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.