Triathlon Tasmania State Series and State Championship athletes have been crowned for another season
In the overall men's state series, defending champion Hayden Armstrong was too strong for the rest of the competitors to claim the title.
Armstrong's season was so dominant that he also came away with the Veteran 40-49 category victory, with Peter Barrett and Matt Geappen rounding out the podium.
In the women's class, Sarah Ford claimed her first title and also picked up the Senior 20-39 women's crown.
The men's 20-39 title was taken out by Michael Boult from Andrew Rolls.
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Jonte Armitstead continued his rise up the ranks by taking out the Junior 14-19 title, while Shae Arnold took out the female title.
Pia Austin joined Armstrong on top of the Veteran podium by winning the women's title from Melanie Hill.
In the Super Veteran 50 and Over classes, John Gregory finished ahead of Paul Hunt to win the men's crown and Leez Robertson was able to hold off Jo Cook for the women's title.
Triathlon Tasmania also announced their state champions for all class over all race distances.
In the Duathlon categories, Jonte Armitstead (14-19) Oliver Cook and Anna Murton (20-39). Andrew Zelinski and Phillippa Martin (40-49), John Gregory and Elizabeth Murton (50 and Over) came out on top.
The male Olympic and Sprint categories were won by Craig Sheppard (20-39), Hayden Armstrong and John Gregory), with Jonte Armitstead winning the junior Sprint title.
Pia Austin and Leez Robertson won the Veteran and Super Veteran Olympic and Sprint championships, while Sarah Hardy took out the Olympic title and Kathy La Fauce won the Sprint title in the Senior class.
The state series had planned to hold six rounds this season,with two races held in Devonport, while also having one at Bridport, Seven Mile Beach, Coles Bay and Georgetown respectively.
But the Bridport and Georgetown events did not go ahead because of smoke from bushfires and the coronavirus respectively.