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Year of first Tri race?

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  1. Taupo 70.3 swim cancelled

    Taupo 70.3 just had swim cancelled due to algal bloom in water. Who needs a shark!!.
  2. Wouldn't like to be looking for a spot in that Age Group. Good to see her back racing though. http://www.transitions.org.au/showarticle.php?cid=84&p=10
  3. Melbourne Duathlons

    Now the summer tri season has finished, does anyone know when the duathlons begin around Melbourne. I haven't seen any on the Tri Vic website yet?
  4. I'm starting to plan this years race at Lakeside so here is an early date claimer. It's the week after Cairns and so far does not clash with any other events. Will be much the same as last year, except we are trying a Saturday afternoon race and to win the cash, you have to race two times and the combined times will determine the overall winners. Hope you can make it this year Lostkiwi Moreton Bay Grand Prix - Saturday June 14th 2014 Moreton Bay Regional Council – Major Sponsor Date: Saturday June 14th 2014 Lakeside International Raceway Lakeside Road, Kurwongbah, 4503 Race Details Lakeside Raceway gates open at 11.00 am Registration & Numbering opens: 11.00 am Short course registration & numbering closes: 12.10 am Short course briefing: 12.20 pm Short course start: 12.30 pm Long course registration & numbering closes: 1.15 pm Long course briefing: 1.30 pm Long course start: 1.45 am Prizes & Trophies Male & Female Combined times of both short and long races will determine overall places and prize money 1st $400 2nd $200 3rd $100 To make the racing a bit more interesting, there will be $20 primes for the male and female who is leading at the end of each leg in both the short and long race. To make it even more exciting these primes will compound for consecutive legs which are won, so for one leg it will be $20, for two legs in a row it will be $50, for three legs in a row it will be $90, for four legs in a row it will be $140 and if you lead every five legs you will win $200 plus the $400 prize money for first place. Short and long races will be separated for the primes $1800 total prize money on offer Long Course (age group) Male and Female 1st, 2nd & 3rd Medallions Short course (age group) Male & Female 1st, 2nd & 3rd Medallions Short Course – 2 Km Run / 7 Km Bike / 1.5 Km Run Long Course – 2 Km Run / 9 Km Bike / 1.5 Km Run / 9 Km Bike / 1.5 Km Run Late entry fee $10.00 applies for entry on the day Maximum 200 competitors Entry Fees TQ lic. UnLic.*** Long Course & Short plus long $35.00 $45.00 Short Course $25.00 $30.00 (***Single day Lic of $10.00 for Long course and $5.00 for Short course, includes Personal Public Liability cover. For info contact TQ ph. (07) 33699600)
  5. Moreton Bay Grand Prix - Saturday June 14th 2014 Moreton Bay Regional Council – Major Sponsor Date: Saturday June 14th 2014 Lakeside International Raceway Lakeside Road, Kurwongbah, 4503 Race Details Lakeside Raceway gates open at 11.00 am Registration & Numbering opens: 11.00 am Short course registration & numbering closes: 12.10 am Short course briefing: 12.20 pm Short course start: 12.30 pm Long course registration & numbering closes: 1.15 pm Long course briefing: 1.30 pm Long course start: 1.45 am Prizes & Trophies Male & Female Combined times of both short and long races will determine overall places and prize money 1st $400 2nd $200 3rd $100 To make the racing a bit more interesting, there will be $20 primes for the male and female who is leading at the end of each leg in both the short and long race. To make it even more exciting these primes will compound for consecutive legs which are won, so for one leg it will be $20, for two legs in a row it will be $50, for three legs in a row it will be $90, for four legs in a row it will be $140 and if you lead every five legs you will win $200 plus the $400 prize money for first place. Short and long races will be separated for the primes $1800 total prize money on offer Long Course (age group) Male and Female 1st, 2nd & 3rd Medallions Short course (age group) Male & Female 1st, 2nd & 3rd Medallions Short Course – 2 Km Run / 7 Km Bike / 1.5 Km Run Long Course – 2 Km Run / 9 Km Bike / 1.5 Km Run / 9 Km Bike / 1.5 Km Run Late entry fee $10.00 applies for entry on the day Maximum 200 competitors Entry Fees TQ lic. UnLic.*** Long Course & Short plus long $35.00 $45.00 Short Course $25.00 $30.00 (***Single day Lic of $10.00 for Long course and $5.00 for Short course, includes Personal Public Liability cover. For info contact TQ ph. (07) 33699600)
  6. Barossa Duathlon Australian Duathlon Championships Oceania Duathlon Championships Sunday 7th October 2012. Don't miss the chance to compete in this event at the special early bird price. Early bird entries close this Sunday 16th September at midnight. Great event in it's third year in an iconic location, the Barossa Valley. Distances Short Distance 2.5km Run / 20km Cycle / 2.5km Run Long Distance and Australian Championships 10km Run / 40km Cycle / 5km Run A feature of this event is the climb up Menglers Hill as used in the Tour Down Under. Entry in the long course includes lunch at Seppeltsfield Function Centre For all details visit the event website HERE. There are lots of accommodation options available in the Barossa. However if you are travelling from interstate and need assistance getting to the Barossa contact the Triathlon SA office at admin@traithlonsa.org.au
  7. Orienteering NSW Duo Series

    http://www.trybooking.com/Booking/BookingEventSummary.aspx?eid=16685 What is Duo Orienteering? The event is a combination of Foot and MTB orienteering stages. A typical course may start with a foot stage then onto the bike to another map handout location, followed by another foot stage then onto the bike to the finish. The MTB stages will be a line course (collect the controls in order). The foot stages will be a scatter course (collect a set number of controls in any order). The event locations will normally be held in areas where orienteering maps have previously been used and parklands. Event Dates and Locations Event 1 - 4 December 2011 - Killingworth (near Newcastle) Event 2 - 11 February 2012 - West Sydney Regional Park Event 3 - 22 April 2012 - Southern Highland Start times: from 9.00am to 10.30am. Course closure at 2.30pm. Entry Fees
 - for each event Orienteering Club Members - $27 Senior; $18 Junior (under 21 yrs)
 Non Club Members - $37 Senior; $28 Junior (under 21 yrs) Disclaimer, apart from working with an orienteering nut, I have no affiliation with these events. Just think they are yet another good excuse to get out there and get active.
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