Geelong 70.3 PB’s and Comebacks

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It was a good old fashion honest day down in Geelong on Sunday for the 70.3 event. In what was the first Geelong 70.3 in the 'post Melbourne IM / Sunshine Coast Worlds era' there was certainly a different vibe at the event to previous years. MEC had 4 athletes on the start line, 2 of which were a late call up. Leanne Keating used the event as a stepping stone towards her Ultraman race in May this year. Getting... Read more.

The Weekend & Annual Wrap

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While the last weekend came and went like so many others we also took the time to look back and reflect on a successful year for MEC athletes. Active Tri Race 4 The MEC crew headed to Sandringham last weekend for race 4 of the Active Tri series. To get the crew together for a good hit out 4 teams entered the race along with 3 individuals including the coach after a long triathlon racing hiatus. The challenge was set... Read more.

Forget The Shortcuts & Aim Long

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The very name of endurance sport holds within it what is required to do well at it. Endure: 1.       Suffer (something painful or difficult) patiently. 2.       Remain in existence; last. In triathlon with the ‘sprint’ distance taking the majority of athletes over 1hr. Hardly a sprint compared to other sports but relative to the other distance available within the sport it is. This article will not debate about distances. I want to throw out there the idea about people learning... Read more.

Gatorade Race 3 & Family Affair in WA

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Gatorade Race 3 Elwood Angelo Bonacci continued to show consistent work is rewarded with improvement with a 5th place finish in the 35-39 A/G. After a solid January he came storming home after a strong swim/bike on the run narrowly missing the 20min barrier (20min 01sec) which is a 5k run pb and done off the bike. Christine Seymour has recently started working with MEC and has already shown some great sign of improvement. Christine had a strong all round... Read more.