Jul 28

Keyo Brigg Bomber Team Hay Artemis Great Kindrochit Quad

Anyone who was at this years Keyo Brigg Bomber would ‘ve noticed the group of newbies who laughed and smiled their way around this years Bomber course which they were using as prep for their A race – The Artemis Great Kindrochit Quad.

Here is their race report.

https://fourcrying.wordpress.com/2015/07/23/the-artemis-great-kindrochit-quadrathlon-reflections-on-a-very-long-day/

Jul 26

Garyoke Ironman Bolton 2015

“Commitment means staying loyal to what you said you were going to do long after the mood you said it in has left you”

Never a truer word said, after feeling pretty pleased with myself last year after entering Ironman UK the race came thundering like a runaway juggernaught, thoughts of what am I doing? I haven’t trained enough, what happens if I get a puncture and I cant fix it were all going through my head the week before the big race making me a gibbering wreck!! Read the rest of this entry »

Jul 23

Awesome Lawsons Hilly Hathersage tri

The Hathersage Hilly Triathlon 2015 – Andrew Lawson’s Race Report

 

With the possible exception of Lincsquad’s own Brigg Sprint, the Hathersage Hilly is my favourite triathlon – I do like hills and as it says on the tee shirt, “It’s not flat”. The scenery is beautiful and there’s a friendly atmosphere. It’s quite a challenging course – The Sufferfest is one of the sponsors and whilst quite a few sprint triathlons have course records of less than an hour, the fastest time at this year’s Hilly was around 1 hour 13 minutes. Read the rest of this entry »

Jul 21

Jordan Skelly Geneva European Triathlon Championships

Jordan Skelly Geneva European Triathlon Championships.

The journey towards Geneva began at Dambuster Triathlon in 2014 where I qualified after a second place in the National Championships. Geneva soon became my ‘A’ race for 2015, where regardless of where I would finish I simply wanted to arrive in my best race shape.

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Jul 18

This Month’s Q&A with Lincsquad’s Jane Taylor.

Last weekend saw Jane Taylor lift the overall Ladies Winner trophy at the inaugral ‘Lincolnshire Edge’ Olympic Triathlon. This year has seen Jane collect age group titles aswell as qualifying for the GB team in Duathlon. Living in the same village as Jane and witnessing her running her dog at 6:00 AM it’s easy to see why she’s become so successful at these multi-sport events. You may have to google her dream dinner guests though, I did. Read the rest of this entry »

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