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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.
Talented and versatile Irish pro, Owen Cummins, has just signed his first pro deal and signed for Planet X Ireland. He joins fellow long course star Aileen Morrison.
This is Owen’s first full season as a pro following a win at the Irish Middle Distance championships and a podium at Ironman Ireland 70.3.
Owen Cummins, a pro-Irish middle distance specialist, has announced his first race of the year and given an interview to Beyond Going Long.
Owen Cummins announced himself on the Ironman circuit in 2011 with a top performance at his home event in Galway, Ironman Ireland 70.3. In this race he came 3rd. For 2012 Cummins now has ambitions to improve on this result and make a mark nationally on the 70.3 circuit. He is a member of the new team, Emerald Racing, is working part-time now and is ‘working hard on all the things that make a difference at the end of a 4 hour race’. Here he talks about his first race of the year and big 2012 targets.
This week sees the launch of a new Irish tri team called Emerald Racing, which is stuffed full of Irish talent aiming to make a big impact on the race calendar this year. There is a particular focus on long and middle distance. The 10-man/woman team is being announced two at a time. Read on to find out who has been announced.