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Graves and Wolfe take 4th in Lanza
Faris Al-Sultan and Kristen Moller were victorious in Lanzarote at the Ironman race, in a race that would prove a brutal test for those that competed.
Writing headlines for the Brit’s and Irish were Philip Graves (4th) and the returning Joyce Wolfe (also 4th). Graves crossed the line having just missed out on 3rd place after being run down by Kirill Kotsegarov in the final stages, whilst Wolfe reminded everyone of what she is about with a cracking return to iron-distance racing.
Also in action were Stephen Bayliss, Martin Cain, Cedric Lassonde, Bella Bayliss and a host of top age-groupers in action. Check out the race headlines here!
3rd at the Volcano Triathlon and gearing up for Ironman Lanzarote
Bella Bayliss showed she was in fine form ahead of Ironman Lanzarote, taking third at the recent Volcano Triathlon Olympic Distance race. The pace was fast and furious, but Bella was ‘happy with third and building her fitness towards Ironman Lanzarote’.
Beyond Going Long contributor, James Mitchell, was on the scene to conduct a post-race interview with Bella and Stephen Bayliss. Check it out.
The Lanzarote Volcano Triathlon, a pre-cursor for the upcoming Ironman Lanzarote, was raced at the weekend and it was a successful run-out for the Team TBB Lanzarote squad.
Ritchie Nichols claimed 2nd in the very competitive men’s race, whilst Eimear Mullan was also second on the podium with Bella Bayliss in third. Irish PRO, Owen Cummins was 11th in the men’s race.
Check out the race report from Club La Santa here.
There is fierce competition for the Volcano Triathlon being held this weekend in Lanzarote. The race has attracted a strong lineup of distance triathletes given its proximity to Ironman Lanzarote and there is a large British and Irish presence contesting for the overall title.
Up to race are the Team TBB Lanzarote squad made up of Stephen Bayliss, Ritchie Nichols, Bella Bayliss and Eimear Mullan. They wont have it all their own way with the likes of Bert Jaemmer and Rasmus Petraeus strong contenders for the male title and Camilla Pedersen a girl with real quality.
The Volcano Triathlon will be raced on Saturday 27th April.
With less than a month to go till one of Europe’s hottest Ironman races, Lanzarote on the 18th May, the PRO race is shaping up nicely.
Both Stephen and Bella Bayliss return to Lanzarote on what has been fertile hunting ground for them and will be looking to best their podium places from last year and take the titles. Phil Graves will be looking to get rid of his course demons and take the win after 2 DNF’s on the course. Joyce Wolfe returns to iron-distance racing after an absence from the sport and will be looking to re-establish herself as Ireland’s top female racer, whilst Martin Cain is also on the start list.
They Brit’s won’t have it all their own way though as plenty of European talent is signed up for this one. Check out the Ironman Lanzarote preview from Club La Santa!
Eimear Mullan runs to 2nd place
There was more racing in the Canary Islands and it was Fuerteventura that played host to the early season Challenge series race that was eventually won by Denmark’s Jens Toft and the reigning ITU World Champion Lisa Norden.
Being close to the Team TBB Lanzarote headquarters, the race attracted British interest from Eimear Mullan, Bella Bayliss, Stephen Bayliss and Ritchie Nichols. Anna Turvey was also in action.
Check out the Challenge Fuerteventura race results!
A big weekend of racing beckons, with Ironman South Africa headlining and ably supported by Challenge Fuerteventura and a half-iron distance race in Elche.
In action across these races are Jodie Swallow, Jo Carritt, Craig Twigg, Nick Baldwin, Joe Skipper, Eimear Mullan, Ritchie Nichols and Nico Munoz Ward, Stephen Bayliss and Bella Bayliss… phew!
Check out the weekend action here.