There will be a swim today at 4PM at Harrington Sound School Dock (weather permitting).
A great warm up for the Tokio Millennium Triathlon on Sunday.
Swim at your own risk as this event is not official and there is no swim safety.
Yesterday’s (Thursday 22nd May) Argo Re Super Sprint fun race at Clearwater saw Tyler Smith top the men’s field and mum Karen Smith finish 1st amongst the women just ahead of newcomer Jenny Lightbourne.
For full results and Alan Gilbertson’s great race report go to the 2014 results section of the BTA website via the link on this site.
A reminder that the Argo Re Summer Series of super sprint triathlons has started on Thursday evenings at Clearwater. For more details go to the Argo Re FAQ section of the BTA website by following the link on this site to the BTA website. It’s for all abilities !! EMail Alan@logic.bm to get on the mailing list for regular updates.
There will be a swim ( 750 meters or 1600 meters ) at 4PM on Saturday from Harrington Sound School Dock. A great way to get ready and relaxed for May 24th. This swim is not an official event so you swim at your own risk. We have had a good turnout.
Spain’s Javier Gomez made it three Triathlon World Cup Series wins in a row in a thrilling sprint finish with his young compatriot Mario Mola with South Africa’s Murray making the podium for the first time as he finished third. British brothers Alastair and Jonathan Brownleee were surprisingly unable to hold the fast run pace and finished 4th and 5th.
The US Gwen Jorgensen showed that if she gets off the bike with or near the leaders she can simply outrun her opponents as she won the female title.
For more details and full results go to the International Triathlon Union’s link on this blog.
The Argo Re. Thursday night super sprint races, mainly targeted at beginner or newer triathletes but popular with more experienced triathletes as well, starts on Thursday 15th May, this coming week. The venue is always at Clearwater Beach.
For details and to get on the EMail list go the BTA website via the link on this page. The series runs on most Thursdays throughout the summer and is a lot of fun.
Racing against a very talented field of juniors from USA, Canada and Central and South America, Bermuda’s Erica Hawley posted an impressive time of jut over 1 hr 8 mins for the Youth Olympics Youth Qualifier over sprint distance in Monterrey, Mexico to take 29th place in a field of 39.
Congrats to Erica who continues to improve her times and shows great promise.