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Ironman 70.3 Canberra Preview

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Last year’s race was won by Michelle Wu and Ollie Whistler. Whistler finished ahead of Luke Whitemore and Rich

ULTIMATE Triathlon Forster Debuts this Weekend

The Ultimate Triathlon in Forster sees an inaugural start field of over 500 triathletes. This is a very solid start to this new series but with the crew from Elite Energy behind it and the atmosphere we are all used to at Huskisson Long Course it is inevitable that a large number of athletes would take up this new challenge. All up there will be around 800 entrants racing over all the distances this weekend.

Urban Hotel Group Ironman Australia 2011: The Preview

Excitement is building as a stacked mens field gets ready for action in Port Macquarie. Can Patrick go 5 in a row, will Crowie take his first Australian title, has Jacobs got enough miles under his belt to reproduce his Kona form, will the 12 meter rule help Ogden get away on the bike, or will the Scot, Scott go one better than last year? It promises to be an interesting day.

Mitch Robins wins 2010 SiS Port Macquarie Half Ironman Triathlon

Mitch Robins has taken out the 2010 SiS Port Macquarie Half Ironman from Tim Reed and local hero Tim Berkel for his first pro win in a time of 3:59:09. Mitch’s run was just too fast on on the day and Tim Reed lost just over a minute to Mitch after keeping pace with him in the swim and bike.

The 2010 SiS Port Macquarie Half Ironman Triathlon could be won by at least 6 guys

The men’s half of the SiS Port Macquarie half ironman could be won by at least 6 different people this weekend. Adam Holborow, Mitch Robins, Matty White, Ollie Whistler, Tim Berkel and Tim Reed all have the talent to win on Sunday. Matty White is talking himself down but Tim Berkel is having none of that. Berkel hasn’t had the best preparation since coming back from Boulder. Mitch Robins and Tim Reed are possibly the two that the punters may have their money on.

Tim Berkel and Rebekah Keat win Challenge Copenhagen

Australia scored a one two in the womens race with Rebekah Keat comprehensively beating a strong field in Copenhagen, which included her friend and compatriot Belinda Granger who came in second. In the men’s race another Aussie favourite, Tim Berkel, took out the men’s race ahead of New Zealands Keegan Williams by more than five minutes.

Australian Young Gun Triathletes Preparing to Take on the Challenge in Copenhagen

Challenge Copenhagen is scheduled to take place on August 15th, and some of Australia’s finest young athletes are preparing to test themselves against Europe’s best. In the men’s race a group of young Australian athletes who train under Grant Giles of Aeromax coaching will be looking to will be looking to further their reputations on the European circuit. These include Tim Berkel, Tim Reed and, Adam Holborow. Mitch Robins the other member of this gang had also been scheduled to race but is now sidelined through injury. By David Stewart.