• Results – July / August / September 2016

    Dr Liz Scott

    September Results 

    Loree Trotman – Oysterman Sprint Triathlon – topped the podium  1st in AG  1:24:00.  Loree also won at the Bodium Sprint Triathlon 1:27:00

    Adrian Lawrence –  The Gauntlet Middle Distance – raced well over this challenging course in 7:36:00.

    Jude Hagger – Worthing Standard Distance – qualified for next year’s European Championships with 5th in her AG 2:34:00.  Jude also came 5th in the Weymouth 70.3 with 5:48:00 and was 4th in AG at Hever Standard Distance 2:51:00 finishing a very successful season.

    Barney Gray – ETU European Middle Distance Champs – a great performance for 11th AG 4:42:00.  At the Hever Castle Standard Distance Tri, Barney also claimed 3rd spot in his AG 2:27:00

    Well done Liz Scott’s athletes.

    mikeredshawnewsletterJim Prendergast – ITU World Championships Cozumel – 3rd Briton home and 27th in AG 2:15:59, a super performance in hot and humid conditions.

    Pete Haigh – Ironman Weymouth – his second one of the season, recording a solid 13:08:45.

    Nigel Turner – Ironman 70.3 Weymouth – another fine race posting 5:38:40.  Earlier in the year at Ironman 70.3 Haugeshund Nigel came close to the 5 hour barrier with 5:02:49.

    Spencer Lee – Ironman Mallorca – dipped under 13 hours in 12:59:25. Well done.

    David Corry –  Ironman Switzerland – came home in a committed 14:23:37 and now deserves a well earned rest.

    Jane Wiley – The Gauntlet Middle Distance – finished off her season by racing home in 6:22:53, 12th overall and 1st vet.  Earlier in the year Jane powered home in 5:08:15 for 1st in her AG at the Vitruvian. On the 7th August Jane placed 5th overall and 1st in  AG at the Bewl Olympic Distance triathlon and in July at the Ocean Sprint Triathlon came 4th with 1:16:03.

    Congratulations everyone on an excellent season all round for Mike Redshaw’s athletes.

    andreawhitcombenewsletterNora Holford – Dorney Triathlon –  a superb 1st in AG and 18th overall.  Unfortunately due to poor water quality this was changed to a duathlon.

    Great first season for Andrea Whitcombe’s athlete.

    Some great race results from our Masters Athletes too:-

    Jennifer Millett competed in the Walchsee-Kaiserwinkl Middle Distance European Championships in Austria. Overall time 5:25:58.

    Owen Charles competed in IRONMAN Wales. Overall time 15:27.

    John Gilbertson took part in the Ilkley Triathlon, in a time of 1:09:41.

    July / August Results 


    Adam Malin – IM UK, performed well to come 24th in AG with 14:27:00

    Adrian Lawrence – The Bastion at Hever Castle Long Distance Triathlon, despite choosing a tough race to complete his first ever Ironman finished 5th in AG 15:51:00

    Barney Grey – IM UK, 30th in AG 11:23:00

    Christian Seymour – Rotterdam Sprint Triathlon, topped the podium for AG which placed him 15th overall 1:14:00 plus Bewl Sprint Triathlon, got onto the podium again 2nd AG and 7th overall 1:10:00

    Jude Hagger – Long Distance Aqua Bike at Hever Castle, another podium athlete 2nd overall 6:45:00 and also Liverpool Standard Distance National Champs, 14th AG 2:29:00

    Loree Trotman – Owler Standard Distance Triathlon, tackled a very weedy swim in her first ever standard to place 2nd AG 3:15:00

    Matthew Stroud - IM UK, great effort, 38th AG 11:33:50

    (Coached by Liz Scott)

    andreawhitcombenewsletterNora Holford – Dorney Sprint Triathlon, enjoyed her first ever triathlon race and finished 4th in AG 1:28:55 also recording a pb on the 5k run!  Plus Headington 5 mile run, massive PB to smash the 40 minute barrier 39:13

    (Coached by Andrea Whitcombe)



    richjones210x210Fiona Clarke – Ironman Copenhagen, achieved her target goal of sub 12 hours by clocking 11:40:00 and finishing 29th AG.

    (Coached by Richard Jones)



    Some strong race results from our Masters Athletes too:-

    Nic Walton competed in the Gauntlet at Hever Castle, in breezy and sometimes gusty conditions on the bike plus drizzle turning to brief periods of heavier rain resulting in wet roads.  Overall time of 5:09:00 – 5th overall, 4th in gender and 4th in age group, so a really strong result.

    John Gilbertson took part in the Ripon Olympic Triathlon, more stormy and windy conditions.  Overall time 2:38:06 and 39th AG position.

    Kate Slee competed in the sprint distance at Leeds Castle Triathlon England Championships, bringing home 5th place AG position, with a time of 1:34:24.

    Sian Robinson came in 8th AG position at Chichester Sprint Triathalon, posting a time of 2:07:11.  She also completed Diamond Tri Eton Dorney Sprint Distance in 1:42:49, getting 3rd place AG position.

    Sonke Armbrust at ITU Hamburg 2016 completed the course in 02:30:39, on a day that started wet but cleared up towards the run.

    Victoria Stears despite not feeling particularly well going into the race and on the run really struggling with foot pain, completed the Oysterman Triathlon in 1:59:27.

    Tom Frearson took part in the Owler Tri (70.3) and heroically managed 2nd place AG position with a time of 5:01:19, only missing out on 1st place by a minute.  In his race report Tom told us that the swim was very poor with so much weed in the lake.  He got stuck numerous times and had to fight the weeds to get out. This was the same for everyone but made him lose the lead and finish 6th out the water.  Bike was strong and he was happy with the result, averaging 33kmph.  The run was very hot and he felt it all went wrong, fully cramped 1.5km in and had 5 minutes rolling around on the floor, both quads and hamstrings.  He dropped back to about 15th place and then managed to overtake 7 people when he could move again but still not at his usual pace as that caused cramps again.