• Results – June 2016

    lizscottnewsletter1Liz Scott’s athletes have been busy over the last couple of months posting a string of impressive results:

    Angie Aldous – Maidstone Triathlon, 2nd AG  1:37:00.  Podium finish.

    Barney Gray - Grafman Middle Distance and British Championships, 7th AG  4:45:00 great preparation for Ironman UK.

    Christian Seymour – Thorpe Park Sprint Triathlon,  1st in AG 1:10:00.  A fine AG win.

    James Davies – Hackney Half,  1:30:41 in very hot conditions.  Plus BUPA London 10k, 39:30:00 and Staplehurst 10k, 39:34:00.  Rapid running from James.

    Jude Hagger – St Neots Standard Distance and AG World Champ Qualifier, 8th AG  2:29:05.   First open water event of the season.  Also, Lisbon ETU Triathlon European Championships, 9th AG  2:29:24, despite an early season hampered by injury.  And IM 70.3 UK Staffordshire, 11th AG 5:38:00.  A great start to 70.3 racing as this was Jude’s first outing over this distance!

    Julia Batt - Maidstone Triathlon, 3rd AG  1:16:00.

    Loree Trotman – Tonbridge Sprint Triathlon, 9th AG  1:45:00.  Also, Leeds Castle Triathlon and National Sprint Championship, 4th AG 1:41:00.  Great racing Loree.

    Matthew Stroud – Bala Middle Distance, 27th overall 4:54:00, building block to IM UK.

    Neil Feakins - IM Austria,  10:40:41. Superb racing for Neil’s first ever IM.

    Sharon Smithson – St Neots Standard Distance and AG World Champ Qualifier, 3:56:57.

    mikeredshawnewsletterMike Redshaw’s athletes were also in flying form:

    Jane Wiley – Grafman Middle Distance and National Championships, 2nd AG and 32nd overall 5:22:51.  Also, Leeds Castle Standard Distance,  1st AG and 2nd overall, 2:40:13.  Both excellent performances.

    Nigel Turner – Ironman 70.3 Aix en Provence,  4:42:45.  Unfortunately the swim was cancelled in this event. Plus, Snowdonia Slateman Sprint, 49th overall, 1:31:10 and Snowdonia Slateman Full Distance, 153rd overall  3:10:12.  This race was the day after the Slateman Sprint!

    Peter Haigh – IM Nice,  12:20:12. Weymouth now on the horizon…

    Spencer Lee – Leeds Olympic Distance, 3:00:33 and Wimbleball 70.3,  7:37:41. Both gutsy performances.

    richjonesRichard Jones’s athletes raced strongly:

    Brendan Connor - Ironman Austria, 12:20:00.  A challenging race for Brendan as injury had prevented him running for 8 weeks and his electronic bike gears stopped working during the race so he had to change manually.

    Michelle Peckham – Ironman 70.3 UK Exmoor, 6th AG, 6:05:00.


    andreawhitcombenewsletterAndrea Whitcombe’s athletes recorded some fine 70.3 and Middle Distance results:

    Niven Robinson – IM Switzerland 70.3, 59th AG, 5:05:12.  Niven backed up a strong swim and bike with a fine run split.

    Lewys Winfield-Young – Grafman Middle Distance and National Championships, 6th AG, 4:27:15.  Lewys battled alongside some of the best triathletes in the country.

    Nora Holford - Multi Terrain Half Marathon, 1:55:00.  A pb over the course from the previous year.

    Ray Zabarte – Staffordshire 70.3, 7:26:58.  A gritty performance from Ray.

    Steve Tassell – Barcelona 70.3, 6:00:39.  Unlucky not to dip under the 6 hours but still a superb result.

    We have also seen some fantastic results from our Masters Athletes:

    Ian Mitchell – Ironman Austria, 10:46:06.  A warm, clear start, rain storms on the bike leg, hot and sunny run.  Also, ETU Long Distance Duathlon Champs – Powerman Denmark, a great first 10k run but overall a DNF as 2 puntures on the (unsupported) bike leg.

    Ellen O’Shea – Harwich Sprint Tri, 1:30:05.

    Sonke Armbrust – World Triathlon Leeds 2016, 02:26:34. Perfect temp, hilly bike and run course.

    Jennifer Millet – Cotswolds 113, 5:04:19. Awful bike conditions, torrential rain and very slippy but achieved fastest female run time on the day.

    Kate Slee – Eton Sprints-ITU World Championships Qualifier, 1:19:13. Great weather, dry and sunny but windy as ever at Dorney! Water temp was perfect, around 16.8 degrees.

    Nic Walton – Ironman 70.3 Mallorca, 5:27:14.

    John Gilbertson – Ironman 70.3 Mallorca, 6:04:30.