Bad Boy Mowers Splash and Dash for Literacy Triathlon results

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IMAGE: Some of the winners from Saturday’s Bad Boy Mowers Splash and Dash for Literacy competition.

The Bad Boy Mowers Splash and Dash for Literacy was held Saturday, July 13, in Batesville. The event, a fundraiser for the Ozark Foothills Literacy Project, consisted of a 150-yard swim, an 8.9-mile bike ride, and a 1.7-mile run, and swimming and running competitions for kids ages 5-18.

The top three in the overall results for the triathalon were:

1 Wesley Greer, 34, of Batesville, with a time of 40:08
2  Tony Hammack, 50, of Batesville, with a time of 45:02
3  Ricky Utley, 52, of Beebe, with a time of 45:51

The top three in the results for female triathletes were:

1 Maggie Williams, 43, of Batesville, with a time of 58:50
2 Charissa Marshall, 30, of Benton, with a time of 1:00:54
3 Larissa Clark, 44, of Pleasant Plains, with a time of 1:06:10

The top three in the results for kids ages 5-6 in the Splash and Dash swim and run were:

1. Collin Sowers, 5, of Batesville
2. Victor Hines, 5, of Maumelle
3. Elsie Muse, 5, of Judsonia

The top three in the results for kids ages 7-9 in the Splash and Dash swim and run were:

1. Justice Hines, 8, of Maumelle
2. Darcy Nikkel, 9, of Batesville
3. Zander Lindsey, 7, of Batesville

The top three in the results for kids ages 10-12 in the Splash and Dash swim and run were:

1. Sam Smith, 11, of Batesville
2. Parker Coggins, 12, of Batesville
3. Zach Johnston, 12, of Batesville

The top result for kids ages 13-15 in the Splash and Dash swim and run was Molly Guth, 14, of Batesville, while Lillie Guth, 16, of Batesville, claimed the top spot in the kids’ ages 16-17 category.

Julian Stroud, 5, Elliot Hunt, 5, and Kendall Johnson, 8, all of Batesville, rounded out the top three in the overall kids run.

For a complete rundown of all the results (including the kids’ races) of the eighth annual Bad Boy Mowers Splash and Dash multi-sport event, click here.

The mission of the Ozark Foothills Literacy Project is to empower adults and improve communities through teaching literacy.

 

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