St Eds' Triathlon

Some 261 athletes competed in triathlon, duathlon and aquathlon as multisport returned to Bury St Edmunds on Sunday (29 April). Athletes of varying ages and abilities swam, cycled and ran their way around the jewel in the crown of Suffolk in the various races as part of St Eds’ Tri – the Greene & Greene Triathlon Festival.

You can read the full race report here.

Alex Harrison won the Sprint triathlon (300 metre swim, 23 kilometre cycle, 5km run) in a course record time of one hour six minutes eight seconds, with the first woman across the line Laura Abolines in 1.21.40. In the Sprint+ distance (double the Sprint), Craig Warriner was first home in 2.20.03, with the first woman, Nicole Beck in a course record time of 2.35.37.

St Eds' Triathlon was held for the first time on Sunday 19 June 2016.

61 athletes tackled the Sprint (300 metre swim, 23 kilometre cycle, 5km run) and Sprint+ (double the Sprint) routes at this British Triathlon Federation licensed race.

Dan Clapton won the Sprint triathlon in 1 hour 9 minutes and 1 second, with Samantha Godden the first lady home in 1.14.09. Managing double that distance in the Sprint+ event was winner Sean McKenna in 2.17.21, with the first woman Anna Mills in 2.37.30. 



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