Race report 30th June/1st July

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Outlaw Half Holkham – Sunday 1st July

The event takes place over a stunning course covering a 1.2-mile lake swim, 56-mile bike and 13.1-mile run. The Holkham Estate and its magnificent eighteenth-century hall provide a stunning backdrop to the swim, both transitions and the run. The bike course is a single loop taking in the coastal road, quiet country roads and some faster roads. The run does feature some climbs across three loops around the Estate.

Pete Buckley 4:50:23 (5th in age category)
Ron Mahoney 05:05:46 (10th in age category)
Darryl Johnson 07:05:53

Picture included of the 3 members

The Snickerthon Half Marathon Sat 30th June

This is a multi-lap event. Each lap will comprise of 5K around the beautiful Chase Water Country park.

Rachel Casey 2:00:49 (2nd female overall)

St Neots Sprint Distance Triathlon Sunday 1st July

Regatta meadow, St.Neots is the perfect venue for testing yourself on a fast undulating course.
The swim takes place in the beautiful clean waters of the River Ouse, with a simple out and back course followed by a one or two lap bike course that takes you through some of the most scenic villages in the area. Although undulating this course with its smooth roads and downhill last 5 miles will see some fast times. The run is a two or four lap course around the Riverside Park that loops past the finish area.

Kurt Hatwell finished 1st in this race with a great result 1:06:57

Steaming down the Valley 2018 – Sat 30th June 2018

This is the first year for Steaming Down the Valley – Racing the Train, a trail run of around 3.5, challenging miles. Starting at Severn Valley Country Park and ending at Arley Station racing a full-on Steam Train from Severn Valley Railway.

Chris Robey 27:33 (36th overall)

Staunton Harold Triathlon – Sunday 24th June

Two results missed from last weeks report

Sprint -Kurt Hatwell 1:29:40 (2nd overall)

Super Sprint (400m swim – 14km bike – 4k run)
Matt Smith 59:17

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