Distance: 2.6K/ 120K/ 22KWhen: June 5Where: New Forest, HampshireFirst man: Chris Goodfellow 5:34:55First woman: Enfys Jones 6:52:11Last finisher: 9:07:24No of finishers: 100Last year, this event was held on the same day as its big brother
Distance: 1.5K/ 43K/ 10KWhere: Bowness-on-Windermere, CumbriaWhen: July 3First man: Steven Garner 2:27:39First woman: Christine Johnson 2:37:12Last finisher: 4:35:43No of finishers: 157Anyone who took part in this race last year could be forgiven
of the finish line before shooting past to complete the course.Alexander, who was third here last year, was in a class of his own this time: he crossed the line almost 25 minutes ahead of second-placed Richard Mackie. Fran Bungay won the women's race in 5
Rosindale had a more comfortable race in the women's event, pulling away on the final run to secure a win in 2:06:37, more than a minute ahead of Ireland's Aileen Morrison. Overall, great performances in miserable conditions.
of almost 20 per cent.There were some tricky descents, too, resulting in nasty spills for some riders, including Richard Anderson, who had been chasing down race leader Martin Cain. This left Cain to continue to victory, with Duncan Shea-Simonds moving up
-a-Tri.Now in its 15th year (it is now named in memory of the late club secretary and treasurer, and proceeds go to St Clare Hospice), this is a novice event designed to give competitors a positive experience for their first triathlon. There was plenty of support
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