There are still some places left in this weekend's Olympic distance and sprint distance triathlons at Huskisson. If you live within 3-4 hours of Huskisson then it is not too late to get online, enter, drive there on Saturday and race on Sunday. Finally we have a great triathlon series with multiple distance races catering to everyone's needs and abilities within driving distance from Sydney so make the most of it.
Pete Jacobs checks in after his win yesterday at Forster on the NSW north coast. After a solid hit out and a good win Pete is looking in good form for the 2010 Ford Ironman World Championship in Kona. Here he talks about the weekend and how the race panned out plus his 37km 'loosen up' run the morning after.
Along with Lisa Marangon, Mitch Robins is heading to the Triseries in Forster on September 18 and 19 to race the Shimano Pro Series and the Olympic distance race. At 22 Mitch is young to be focusing on long distance racing and with this in mind he is starting to look at ITU as a possibility. The Triseries that Elite Energy is staging in NSW could not have come along at a better time and provides the perfect opportunity for Mitch to test himself over the Olympic distance and see what he is capable of.
With the first round of the new Triseries at Forster only two weeks away Trizone spoke to Lisa Marangon, one of the leading female pros who will be racing in the series on September 18 and 19. Lisa will be competing in the Shimano Pro Tour on the Saturday then backing up to race the Olympic distance on the Sunday. The Shimano Pro Tour is a sprint distance race and will feature some of the leading professional and up and coming elites. The 3 lap bike leg will ensure the spectators are able to see the race unfold.
Corey Bacon is bringing some of ACT's top rising talent to Forster on September 18 to race in the Pro Tour and other events over the weekend. ACT triathletes ranging in age from 12 to 22 will be racing for honours in Elite Energy's new triseries.
Elite Energy announces 7 triathlon festivals hosted along the east coast of Australia. From Forster in the north to Batemans Bay in the south triathletes will be able to race in a single event or race the in the NSW triseries. Teams or individuals of all abilities, from first timers to elite athletes can participate in a range of distances including Olympic, Sprint, Pro â€“ Tour and Enticer triathlons. ENTRIES OPEN JULY 1ST 2010