Triahletes on form at Bedford

PUBLISHED: 14:35 04 October 2007 | UPDATED: 21:49 29 May 2010

Dunmow Triathlon Club members

Dunmow Triathlon Club members

Dunmow Triathlon Club enjoyed excellent results at the Bedford Autumn Sprint Triathlon at the weekend. Sunday dawned dark and cold as 14 members arrived to register for the triathlon. The event took place at the Robinson Swimming Pool and consisted of a

Dunmow Triathlon Club enjoyed excellent results at the Bedford Autumn Sprint Triathlon at the weekend.

Sunday dawned dark and cold as 14 members arrived to register for the triathlon.

The event took place at the Robinson Swimming Pool and consisted of a 400m pool swim, a 25km technical and undulating bike course and a 5km run around scenic Bedford Park, at the rear of the swimming pool.

A good set of results was produced by all members, with Darren Thomas placing highest overall - 19th position in 1hr 10min.

Matt Prier was next, in 1hr 17min and 57th place, with Keith Taylor in hot pursuit at 58th.

Andy Chambers was next for the club in 82nd place in 1hr 20min, followed very closely by James Blair, 88th in 1hr 21sec.

First lady for Dunmow was Lindsay Hellier in 95th place at 1hr 21sec, also placing second in her age group. Phil Curran placed 123rd in 1hr 24min with Phil Elms coming home in 1hr 28min in 167th place, followed closely by Rob Newman in 1hr 29min and Isabel Ross-Edwards in 1hr 31min.

Nicki Barker completed her first triathlon in 1hr 39min with a borrowed bike and kit and Angus Hellier and Jonathon Davies also completed the triathlon in 1hr 41min and 1hr 51min respectively.

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