Sep 30

Pete Chappills Bude Quad – Cream teas & belly flops!


Bude Awesome fouresome Quadrathlon.

Throughout the 2014 Quadrathlon season I have struggled with several open water swimming demons.

The feelings of, jelly legs, nausea, and lack of coordination in transition.

I decided to try and deal with them and how best but in the true Lincsqaud tradition “Extreme”.

So I went on holiday. That was after booking the Bude Quadrathlon in Cornwall.

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Sep 18

Keyo Brigg Sprint Triathlon – 21st Sept 2014

Keyo Brigg Sprint Triathlon – 21st Sept 2014

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The Keyo Brigg Sprint Triathlon is organised by Lincsquad and consists of a 400 metre pool swim in the Ancholme Leisure Centre’s 25 metre pool followed by a 20km road cycle and finishing with a 5km road run.

The course is flat, fast and ideal for both experienced triathletes and newcomers to the sport.

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Sep 10

Rosie B’s Scilly Swim 2014

Twenty months ago I first joined a Linscquad swim session on a dark and cold winter night. Swimming was not my thing. I was a breaststroke swimmer. The best I could manage was one length of front crawl before having to stop and recover. A long distance, open water sea swim was about as far from off my bucket list as sitting in a pit full of venomous snakes, spiders and scorpions. For this reason I can’t quite believe that I am now lucky enough to be in a position to write this event report but here it goes…

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Sep 09

Lincsquad Ladies first at Louth.


Ladies first at Louth Tri.

Sunday saw the Georgian market town of Louth hosting its first Sprint triathlon. SBR Events put on a great show which was perfect for a handful of Lincsquadders wanting to fly under the radar and gain some much needed practice, fitness, experience or confidence in preparation for the upcoming  Brigg Sprint. The 140 finishers started the day with a 400m pool swim, a 13.75 mile bike ride followed by a 6 k (2 loops) run.  The longer distances meant they got plenty of value for money than your normal ‘Sprint distance’ tri. I guess that’s how you should look at it, rather than having another 10 minutes of ‘eyeballs out’!

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Sep 01

Ironman Copenhagen “The Dobber way”

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It all started back at team relays in 2013 as we were packing up, as the entry for IMCopenhagen opened on the Bank Holiday Monday. We raced home to get on the internet and sign up for what would be a spectacular race and indeed the first time I had raced in Europe so was looking forward to both a holiday and a race with such a fantastic atmosphere. Read the rest of this entry »

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