Galpin fourth in St Neots Sprint Triathlon
BRJ’S former British duathlon international Pete Galpin finished fourth in the St Neots Sprinttriathlon.
The event was held over a 750m swim, 25k bike and 5k run and Galpin recorded the same time as the third-placed finisher, Ross Kent.
Kev Hamlyn led a Stamfordtriathlon Club trio with clubmate Sandie Marlow finishing second woman. Paul Stoker completed the Stamford trio in his first triathlon
THE triathlon section of BRJ Huntingdon Road Running Club, TRIBRJ, is hosting its very first race on Sunday June 3.
THETRIBRJ Novice Aquathlon, sponsored by local companytrisportsplus, is designed to be a family event with children and parents taking part and racing against each other.
Organiser Andy Matson said. “This is a great opportunity for people in Huntingdonshire to take on a new challenge. It has been organised so that the race will be within the capabilities of most people and is an opportu- nity for families and aquathlon novices to race alongside each other.”
The aquathlon will be held at Hinchingbrooke School and will consist of a 200m pool swim followed by a 2.5k run around Hinchingbrooke Country Park. The number of race entrants has been limited to a maximum of 150 people, a quarter of these places having already been taken.
For further information contact Andy Matson at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.brjroadrunners.org.uk/aquathlon. To enter the race go to http.//regonline.activeeurope.com/huntingdonaquathlon
GOOD EFFORT: Katie Green was second in the 15-16 year-olds race at the Peterborough Schools Triathlon event.