Endurance runner Amy Palmiero-Winters finished the Ultraman Florida triathlon, held February 21-23 in Orlando, to become the first athlete with a prosthesis to complete an extreme triathlon; she has a left transtibial amputation, the result of a motorcycle crash in 1997. On the first day of the race, Palmiero-Winters completed the 6.2-mile swim in just over four hours (4:00:51) and the initial 90-mile bike ride in a little more than six hours (6:11:10). Day two consisted entirely of a 170-mile bike ride, which she finished in less than 12 hours (11:38:28). Palmiero-Winters crossed the finish line on day three after running 52.4 miles in less than 12 hours (11:54:40). Her total time for the 321.6-mile, three-day event was 33:44:09.