I was persuaded and inspired by Trace Allen to join TF. I had been a mediocre runner/cyclist for a long time and always fancied having a go at triathlon, but was a pathetic swimmer, ie could swim 30 lengths of terrible breast stroke without getting my hair wet (no swim cap!) and not a drop of
Paul Adams finished in a superb 44th place overall with a time of 9:39:56 which qualifies him for the Ironman World Championships in Kona Hawaii in September 2013. Time: Name Country Swim Bike Run Finish Div. Rank Overall Rank Adams, Paul GBR 00:58:55 05:22:11 03:01:03 09:29:56 10 44
Pete Eggleston continued his success at “The Dambuster” Olympic distance triathlon with a Bronze which qualifies him for the World Championships in London later this year, a superb result! Pete’s race report: Race report for Dambuster below, which was the English National Champs (and a World and European qualifier), so a pretty decent field again.
Pete Eggleston has continued his rich vein of form with a superb 2nd place result in the 45-49 age group at the 2013 Alanya ETU Triathlon European Championships Pos First Name Last Name Country Time Swim T1 Bike T2 Run 1 Olaf Geserick GER 01:57:40 00:21:28 00:00:35 00:58:44 00:00:37 00:36:54 2 Peter Eggleston GBR 02:00:39
Trace Allen recorded a superb result by winning the Grendon Sprint triathlon in the 65-69 age group, the win qualifies him to represent Great Britain for the European Championships 65-69 age group. The European Championships are held in Alanya, Turkey on 15th June 2013. Stay tuned for more news.