Two races two wins. Train smarter with Suunto!

Conrad Stoltz did it.
His second win in this year’s XTERRA CUP was also SUUNTO’s second win this weekend.

Conrad won on the absolutely flat course. The bike sections seemed very easy as there were only two rocks and three roots in total. But the many windy turns made it tricky after all. Remember, Conrad averages at 20 miles per hour going through this windy course. Sounds tricky to us!
Conrad ran fast enough to keep the 1 minute lead he had all the way to the finish line. Suunto athlete Nico Lebrun was only 2 min 40 seconds behind Conrad but in this competitive field it means rank 5 for Nico.


Matty Reed did it, too!
Already on Sunday Matty BoomBoom Reed raced in Oklahoma at the PAN AM Games.
He set up the win from the gun. Exiting the swim in second, Suunto athlete Matty Reed drove to the front on the bike and the lead pack of 7 quickly established a solid 2 min. plus lead. Reed’s power on the bike today was second to his fast run. Reed was first into and out of T2, and opened up a 30 plus second lead on Hunter Kemper. With quite a long celebratory finish, Reed won handily over Kemper. Tim O’Donnell rounded out the podium for 3rd.

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