Duathlons, Cycle tours & Ironman debut

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We had the long and the short of it last week in racing from a 5 day race to the sprint distance duathlon. Al Thompson kicked off Tuesday of last week in the Tour De Timor. A 5 days mountain bike event across Timor Leste. Al held together well and showed the strength work done in training has paid off. A multi day event is always a challenge and by the looks of it Al enjoyed himself along the way.... Read more.

Sunshine Coast 70.3 Wrap

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Racing is rarely uneventful and plenty went on at Sunshine Coast 70.3 over the weekend. Andy White had a strong race in the midst of his preparations for Kona next month. Leading his age group out of the water in just over 24mins he raced to plan. While the current training block may have taken the edge of his usual bike, over the 70.3 distance the Captain finished with a strong 1hr 23min run to show that he is right where he needs to be ahead of his next... Read more.

You Have One Obligation

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You have one obligation - to follow your personal legend. What separates those that are at the top of their craft from the rest is their ability to bring and give their best effort to every given situation. The best get the best because they DO their best. They are compelled to apply themselves in the best possible way, no exceptions. They don’t look for shorts cuts, instead they seek all the things required to achieve what they want. They... Read more.

Victorian Duathlon Championships Podiums and Pb’s

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Another successful day in the racing office was had by the MEC crew at the Victorian Duathlon State Championships on Sunday. With the experience of race 1 a few weeks ago fresh in his mind Martin Sprong realised there was more in the legs last time around and went about making sure the tank was empty by the end of race two. It proved to be effective with Martin linking together a solid race to take first in his category and earn himself... Read more.