Namibian triathlete Paddy Murphy came fourth in the 50 to 54 age group in the Hawaii XTERRA triathlon over the weekend.
Murphy finished all three legs of the race in a time of 3:11.46 behind David Maclean (3:02.36), Casey Fannin (3:04.19) and Bernd Sauter (3:07.06).
The Namibian was the second one out of the water when he finished the swimming leg in 25.25, behind Sauter (25.21).
Murphy then lost some time on the bike leg when he took 1:49.16 in fourth place.
He lost more time during the run where he recorded a time of 54.28 while the winner of the race, Maclean, crossed the line with a time of 50.53.
Murphy finished 141st out of 598 riders overall.
The overall winner of the race was Micheal Weiss who finished all three stages with a time of 2:27.00. South African Dan Hugo who crossed the line with a time of 2:27.33 followed him in second place. Eneko Llanos was third with a time of 2:28.26.
Seven time Tour de France winner, Lance Armstrong was one of the competitors in the race and he finished the race in 20th place with a time of 2:36.59.