Pallant, Currie win Oceanside speeding appeal

El IRONMAN 70.3 Oceanside disputed this past weekend has been involved in a small controversy when Emma Pallant Browne y Braden Currie, were disqualified for “excessive speed” in a section of the circuit.

Although finally, after appealing this decision with data from your GPS, the disqualification was overturned and the athletes regained their original positions.

Everything happened in an area of ​​the circuit located within the Camp Pendleton base, where it is clearly marked and has a speed limit of 25 mph (40 km/h) to ensure the safety of participants and staff.

Failure to meet this limit results in automatic disqualification, which caused Pallant and Currie to be disqualified.

Emma Pallant Browne recovered his second place  in the women's classification while Braden Currie, for its part, was reinstated in sixth place

This is not something new, since in the past Daniela Ryf She was also disqualified for speeding in this same section of the circuit.

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