- Born: May 25, 1984
- Height: 5'11"
- Weight: 155lbs.
- PERSONAL BESTS:
- 1500m - 3:48
- 3000m - 8:12
- 3000m Steeplechase - 8:45
- 5000m - 14:30
Best 70.3 finish of career for Hagenbuch in Raleigh.
At the inaugural Raleigh 70.3, Hagenbuch battled warm conditions on a tough course to finish 6th, his highest 70.3 finish to date. "That course was brutal but the volunteers and sheriffs department made it go off without a hitch. A big thanks goes out to them. As for my performance, I was determined not to get dropped on the bike and I succeeded. I came off the bike in good position and was able to hang on, despite being riddled with cramps during the run." For a full report, check out Henry's blog. GoHHGo!
11th at 5i50 New Orleans in quality field.
Hagenbuch ventured to a new area to take on a quality field in New Orleans this past weekend and was hoping to build on his performance from Kansas a week ago. "I had a career swim today, but couldn't back it up on the bike. I did what I could on the run, but came up short in the end." Henry finished 8 seconds out of 9th, but nonetheless earned valuable 5i50 series points. For a full report, check out his blog. GoHHGo!
Hagenbuch takes 6th at 5i50 Kansas.
Tornadoes and thunderstorms did not stop Henry in his quest for a top-10 finish at 5i50 Kansas. Hagenbuch placed 6th in a competitive field. "When they cancelled the swim, I was a bit upset because I'm in the best swim shape of my life! I'm very happy with 6th and the fastest run split especially given the IT-Band injury I've been battling." For a full race report check out the blog page. GoHHGo!
Top 30 for Hagenbuch at one of toughest 70.3 of the year.
On Sunday, Henry raced his second career half ironman in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Boasting a 50-pro, world championship-caliber field, Hagenbuch finished 27th. While he was poised to attack coming off the bike in great position, he didn't quite have it on the run. "I had a career swim and bike but paid for it on the run. Tough race; fun race. Happy where things stand this early on. I'll get the kinks out before the bulk of the season no doubt." For a full race report, check out his blog. GoHHGo!
Hagenbuch to race San Juan 70.3 on March 17.
On Friday, Henry travels to Puerto Rico to race San Juan 70.3. The field is enormous, boasting 50 male pros. "Looking forward to another early season test. I've heard good things about this race and it should help in earning points for HyVee and Las Vegas." Hagenbuch looks to get a jump on earning points to qualify for the 5i50 series finale in addition to the 70.3 World Championships in Las Vegas. Check out his blog around race time for updates. GoHHGo!
15th in record field at Escape From Alcatraz.
On a day where nothing seemed to go right, Hagenbuch opened his 2013 season by squeaking out a 15th place finish at the 33rd Annual Escape From Alcatraz Triathlon. "Mechanical issues galore for me today. No one to blame but myself. On the brightside, I'm pleased with my early season fitness and I'm looking forward to a great 2013." For a complete race report, check out his blog. GoHHGo!
Hagenbuch to sign with Rudy Project and DT Swiss for 2013.
To add to an already incredibly supportive team, Hagenbuch will be flying in style this season, riding the lightning fast DT Swiss wheels and rocking glasses and helmets from Rudy Project. "I'm humbled to be a part of 2 more great companies for 2013. Rudy's presence in triathlon is second to none and DT Swiss has been around forever, making the best wheels on the market." Check out the sponsor page for more info on Rudy Project and DT Swiss. GoHHGo!
Hagenbuch signs on with Royal Hawaiian Orchards for 2013.
For the 2013 season, Hagenbuch will be fueling his body with the all-natural macadamia nut products by Royal Hawaiian Orchards. "As one of their 'Ohanas', I'm very excited to represent such a great company. They wholeheartedly promote healthy living and I think that epitomizes the sport of triathlon." Check out the sponsor page for more info on Royal Hawaiian. GoHHGo!
Hagenbuch adds 70.3s to the schedule in 2013.
In 2013, Hagenbuch plans to escape alcatraz, race in Puerto Rico, Buffalo Springs, and New York to name a few. He's looking forward to a full season of 5i50 and LifeTime races, and 70.3s. "I got a taste of the 70.3 distance at the end of last season and I'm excited for more of it this season. Should be a great year of racing." Check out the Schedules & Results page for more detail. GoHHGo!