The Dune2Dune Triathlon is on again in Cape Paterson this weekend . Described by elite triathletes , Luke Whitmore and Monty Frankish as one of the best triathlons in Australia . Both “Sprint” and “Olympic” distances available . Swim in the tranquil ( usually) waters of the Cape , ride the scenic Bass Coast and run alongside the cliffs of Cape Paterson . Live timing will be provided by Tomato Timing . Entries are filling fast so get on line and enter before midnight on Friday to avoid disappointment . On the day entries will attract a $20 late fee ( if spots are available )
For more info www.basscoasttri.com/races
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We’re all looking forward to the commencement of the Tenth Alex Scott Triathlon series commencing with the Anderson Inlet Triathlon on 13 th December . Entries and more info available via the following
Meanwhile members have been active in other events . Phil Hanley has again taken out a win in the first race of the Gatorade series which he has now dominated for a number of years . He has another event , we are told , on the 13th December and will miss race 1 of the local series .
Jenny Merrick continue on her winning way with a win in her age group in the Olympic Distance at Mornington Tri Fest . This looked like a tough event just to finish !( fastest time for 40 k on bike 1:14)
Rick will continue in the triathlon alternative of Adventure Racing competing in the Enduro event at Anglesea Sat 5th December .
See you all at Inverloch on the 13th December .