Elite endurance athlete Cam Widoff won Wednesday’s aquathon at Nite Moves for the third straight week, as the professional triathlete crossed the finish line in 36 minutes and 18 seconds.
Nite Moves’ third event of the season came on a windy evening, which limited the number of competitors and created a good amount of chop for the ocean swimmers.
The 41-year-old Widoff, from Lompoc, placed fifth in the 1k ocean swim, then recorded the second-fastest time in the 5k run amongst the biathletes.
Walker Bell was the top performer in the 1k swim, completing the course in 14:25. Jim West and Norbert Hoehne finished second and third, respectively.
Bryan Fernandez was the day’s top runner. The 16-year-old was way ahead of the field, beating out the next best time by over a minute. Fernandez knocked out the 5k run in 16:25.
Another 16 year old, Max Davis, placed second in the 5k while Jason Smith, James Gaston and Chris Hillyer rounded out the top five.
Lisa Dunn was the fastest female competitor in the run with a time of 20:14.