We all knew that Jason Fitzhugh would turn in a stellar performance at the Ironman 70.3 World Championships in Las Vegas, Nevada. After all, Jason runs Gemaco, a company that manufactures poker chips so he has to be at the top of his game in Vegas. Jason did not let us down, turning in a time of 4:57:51 for 30th in the world in his age group and first among poker chip executives. The wild card here was Luke Wilson. Known as virtually unbeatable in the wheat fields of Kansas, Luke has struggled in the dry desert heat of Vegas in recent years. This time, the Hamster posted a time of 4:46:38 for 64th in his age group. Nice job, boys.