WITH some excellent recent results behind him, New Forest CC’s Tony Rendall is holding his breath this week as he waits to find out if he has qualified for the World Triathlon Championships in New Zealand.
With an element of understatement Tony said: “Yes I did fairly well at the Windsor Sprint Triathlon, which ended up being a Duathlon – 1.2km run, 29km bike, 5.5km run – due to the River Thames flowing so fast and full of debris.
“I finished second overall out of nearly 300 entries and won my age group in a time of 1-12-52 with the winner doing a 1-11-04.
“I also raced this weekend at the British Triathlon National Championships and finished sixth in my age group over the Olympic distance (1.5km swim, 40km bike, 10km run) in a time of 2-03-39 which was a PB by quite some way.
“My bike split was 1-01-57 for the 40km (25 mile) which I was pleased with as it was a very hilly and wet course.
“I’m just waiting to see if I have qualified for the world championships in New Zealand and should know later this week.”
Stuart Peckham rode the Fareham Wheelers 25 in a time of 57:45 for 32nd place. Bob Jolliffe rode the Newbury RC 10 in 27:27 and joint 60th place. Catherine Pascoe rode the Andover Wheelers 30 to claim an NFCC women’s Vet record of 1:30:34. Kevin King and Antony Green were both DNS for the same […]
Four NFCC riders were entered for the event. Bob Jolliffe, getting ready for the international Transplant Games next week where he is riding both road and TT events, was a bit disappointed with his 27:00 time. Sacha Ring was even more disappointed, having his second puncture in recent events due to a seemingly badly made […]