Schabort competed in the Men’s Handcycle Kneeseat and finished with a total time of 12:39:33.8. The race was a week long and some of the best wheelchair athletes in the world competed in the race.
Ernst Van Dyke took the top honors in the Men’s Handcycle Kneeseat with a time of 12:20:37.1. Chris Peterson claimed second place with a time of 12:36:57.6.
Schabort had actually spent most of the week in fourth place before moving up to third.
Last Monday, Schabort competed in Stage 1, the Exit Glacier Time Trial and finished fourth with a time of 0:42:59.
In Stage 2, called Seward Criterium, Schabort clocked in with a time of 40:39 to post an overall time of 1:23:48, good enough to remain in fourth place.
The Stage 3 results had Schabort in fourth place, clocking in with a time of 2:09:51. The General Classification after Stage 3 has Schabort in fourth place with a total time of 3:33:29.
Schabort was fourth in the Stage 4 race on Wednesday, completing the course in 0:37:13.8.
After five stages, Schabort remained in fourth place in the Sadler's Alaska Challenge. He completed the race in 1:52:49.9.
The General Classification after Stage 5 had Schabort firmly locked into fourth place with a total time of 6:03:32.7.
Stage 6, which was actually shortened from 55 miles to 26.2 miles due to the rain, saw Schabort place third with a time of 1:35:07.7.
The General Classification after Stage 6 had Schabort in fourth with a total time of 7:38:40.4
Schabort finished Stage 7 in third place and then claimed second place in Stage 8 with a time of 2:14:17.
Because of his strong finishes, Schabort was able to move up from fourth to third in the overall standings.