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Over 1,700 triathletes of all abilities are looking forward to a weekend of multi-sport action on Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th July, as for the 5th time the largest annual triathlon event in North-East England returns to Castle Howard in York. This is the first time the race has grown from a one-day event to a full weekend of action, reflecting the huge demand for triathlon in the area and the success of the Castle Howard Triathlon.
Wins for Colin Dixon and Claire Danson
Colin Dixon and Claire Danson emerged victorious at the first edition of the new Leyzne Arundel Castle Triathlon this past Sunday 20th July, covering the stunning 1.5km swim, 40km bike and tough 10km run course in times of 1:58:39 and 2:15:33 respectively.
The event was deemed an overwhelming success as over 150 triathletes visited the historic market town of Arundel, Sussex to take on the unique river swim in the River Arun, before heading out for a testing 40km bike leg through the South Downs National Park, before returning to Arundel for a very testing 10km run course that finished with a grandstand finish line in the town centre – with hundreds of locals and tourists turning out to cheer home the athletes after their efforts.
Catherine Faux amazes again with 6th
Germany’s Timo Bracht stormed home to take an historic victory at the 30th anniversary race of the DATEV Challenge Roth on Sunday. Australia’s Mirinda Carfrae ran herself in the history books posting the second fastest ever run split (2:53:27) to claim a ‘rookie’ Roth win.
The win delighted the record crowd gathered in Roth willing Bracht to a home victory with the father of two crossing the finish line in 7hrs 57min 44sec.
Cyril Viennot and Tamsin Lewis had the race of their lives when they crossed the line as Champions for the very first time at the 10th Anniversary IRONMAN UK, and what is likely to have been the strongest field ever assembled for the Bolton-based UK leg of the Ironman series.
When the Pros led the 2.4 mile swim start at 6am this morning at Pennington Flash, the storms had given way to offer warm, calm conditions that couldn’t have been kinder for the 1751 registered competitors, cheered on by the supporters who had come out in their thousands to spur the athletes on.
The Challenge Family global series of long distance triathlons today announced three new half distance races in Spain: Challenge Salou, Challenge Riaza and Challenge Menorca.
With their idyllic locations and memorable courses, all three destinations are already popular with Spanish athletes under the expert race production of Win Sports Factory, with whom Challenge Family has partnered.
Is this the best ever celebration you have seen at the end of an iron-distance triathlon?
James ‘The Beast’ Lowe recently completed The Bastion at Hever Castle and despite covering 140.6 miles, he still had some energy left to show off his championship-winning skills as Dutch Air Guitar National Champion.
New Sussex-based event set for this Sunday 20th July
The Arundel Castle Triathlon, taking place this Sunday 20th July in Arundel, Sussex, is one of the most exciting new additions to the triathlon calendar and the opportunity to be a part of the historic 1st edition is running down. Just a few places remain for a limited number of lucky participants to enter what will be a very special experience for triathletes and aspiring-triathletes to take part in what is set to become a major event in 2015.