Tag Archive: Quadrathlon

Dec 09

Message from the BQA Chairman

Despite the economic and social difficulties this year, 2011 has been a reasonable year for Quadrathlon. With: 6 Quad events in the National Trophy series [running the length of the country]; a large charity Quad; various World Cup Race around Europe and a winter Quad series the sport of Quadrathlon is a live and kicking.. …

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Sep 21

Bude Quadrathlon European Championship’s

There were 120 competitors, from as far afield as Czech Republic, Austria and Germany, at the Lower Wharf, Bude Canal, for an morning start for this ultra-extreme event. The race makes the most of the dramatic North Cornish coastline and the historic canal. Photo: Paul Carvill, Alison Deykin, Dan Broughton, Steve Dolby, Phil Binch, Steve Clark & …

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Aug 15

World Quadrathlon Championships 2011

Steve Clark (28) & Phil Binch (43) joined 10 other Great Britain athletes to take on the best quadrathletes in the world on Saturday 13th August in Sedlcany, Czech Republic over a 1.5km swim, 7km kayak, 40km cycle & 10km run course. Steve has competed in the World Quadrathlon Championships twice before, finishing 10th in 2007 …

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Jul 10

Clarky Smashes Course Record to Win the 2011 Brigg Bomber

Steve Clark smashed the course record with 2hrs39m17s to take the win at this years Brigg Bomber. The annual quadrathlon takes place in Brigg using the River Ancholme for the swim of 1500m and then an 8km kayak before heading off on local roads for the 36km cycle and the 10km run finally finishing off …

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Jul 07

Brigg Bomber Quadrathlon – 10th July

The Brigg Bomber Quadrathlon takes place this Sunday 10th July 2011, and is the British Quadrathlon Championships 2011 and also World Cup race. The Bomber is not for the faint hearted and kicks off from Broughton Bridge with a 1500m open water swim with a transistion to the Kayaks before paddling 7km up stream past Brigg Leisure …

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