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Indoor triathalon honors personal trainer who died

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  • Allison Luber of Elgin swims during Sunday's second-annual indoor triathlon at Advocate Good Shepherd Fitness Center in Lake Barrington.

      Allison Luber of Elgin swims during Sunday's second-annual indoor triathlon at Advocate Good Shepherd Fitness Center in Lake Barrington.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

  • Anthony Cesaretti of St. Charles runs during the second-annual indoor triathlon at Advocate Good Shepherd Fitness Center in Lake Barrington on Sunday.

      Anthony Cesaretti of St. Charles runs during the second-annual indoor triathlon at Advocate Good Shepherd Fitness Center in Lake Barrington on Sunday.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

  • Aashi Dharia, 10, of Naperville rides a bike Sunday during the second-annual indoor triathlon at Advocate Good Shepherd Fitness Center in Lake Barrington.

      Aashi Dharia, 10, of Naperville rides a bike Sunday during the second-annual indoor triathlon at Advocate Good Shepherd Fitness Center in Lake Barrington.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

  • Adam Jones of Arlington Heights swims Sunday during the second-annual indoor triathlon at Advocate Good Shepherd Fitness Center in Lake Barrington.

      Adam Jones of Arlington Heights swims Sunday during the second-annual indoor triathlon at Advocate Good Shepherd Fitness Center in Lake Barrington.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

  • Racers in the first group ride a bike for 20 minutes during the 2nd annual indoor triathlon at Advocate Good Shepherd Fitness Center in Barrington on Sunday, March 11, 2018.

      Racers in the first group ride a bike for 20 minutes during the 2nd annual indoor triathlon at Advocate Good Shepherd Fitness Center in Barrington on Sunday, March 11, 2018.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer

 
Daily Herald report

Advocate Good Shepherd Fitness Center in Lake Barrington held its second-annual indoor triathlon Sunday.

The event was held in memory of Jon Carlino, a 29-year-old personal trainer from Algonquin who died unexpectedly last summer.

The race format included a 10-minute swim, followed by a 10-minute transition and a 20-minute bike ride on spin bikes, followed by a 5 minute transition and a 15-minute run on the center's track.

Unlike traditional triathlons, a racer's finish placement is calculated by total distance swam, ridden and run instead of by lowest time. Participants were assigned someone to count their swimming and running lap and to document the miles ridden on the bike.

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