ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Suzanne Endsley, Hayden

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Suzanne Endsley

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Endsley was the top local female finisher in the Ironman 70.3 Coeur d’Alene on June 30, completing the race in 5 hours, 20 minutes and 11 seconds. The time was third in her age group (50 to 54) out of 74 competitors. “Today was a test,” said Endsley, who returned from a hip injury for the event. “I was a little concerned going into it, but it (her hip) feels really good. It’s just one of those things. Some days you’re on, and some days you’re off. Today, I was just a little off.”

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