Weekend racing action and results !

This time of the year is soo good! There is literally a race / event of some sort every weekend, and we have athletes racing all over the countryside in various distances and events. Racing really is in full swing ! !

Some great race results again this weekend at the 2XU Triathlon Series, as well as other local races around Victoria where we had athletes toeing the start line of their race/event. Most of these a great stepping stone for bigger races still to come !

2XU TRIATHLON SERIES – RACE 5

Johanna Clark 59:33, 2nd F35-39
With a sub 20min 5mkm run, Jo continues to improve as we move through the season, and most importantly, loving racing again!

Peter Romanis 1:13, 40th M35-39
Is really starting to see his months of work come together. Tougher conditions this race, but still bringing out a faster run. Ironman is on the horizon!

Evelyn Wilton 1:19, 13th F45-49
This was a tough mental battle. One that she one! And that takes some courage. And managed a faster bike time than race 1 in FAR worse conditions. Well done Evelyn.

Ollie McNulty 1:13, 10th Clydesdale
Continues to show that CONSISTENCY really is keen! A solid bike the day prior and backs up with another solid and consistent race. Another Ironman in the making !

Full results here.

RUN WARRANDYTE HALF MARATHON

Ken Rees: 1:43, 13th overall.
This local event was a great chance for Ken to have a hit out at part of his preparation for his first ‘stand alone’ marathon, and see how his training is tracking. And the result? Training is right on track! Bang on our target on a course with 400m of vert.

Details & results here

(old pic – not from the event)

COHUNA BRIDGE TO BRIDGE 50KM CYCLE

Aaron Mulkearns – Overall Male Winner
A great hit out before a tour coming up. A well executed race, which saw him outsprint his fellow riders to the finish line.

Sarah Mulkearns – Overall Female winner
A great opportunity to race in her home town and along side Aaron. 3 riders inc Aaron snuck away on the first lap and I worked together with the chase bunch to finish off strong and first female.

Darren McKemmish
I don’t have results for Daz as yet, but what a mighty hard fought race in VERY windy conditions. Head and cross winds for most of the race, and Daz completed half of that solo after not quite getting himself in the right spot at a turn around and dropping from our bunch. Kudos to you Daz for pushing through and hitting a new 1hr FTP !

Details & results here

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