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True Wheel Cycles triathletes (L to R): Glen Hannan, Mick Donnelly, Andy Kean, Paul Efanow and Dean Cutting.

The True Wheel Cycles Sprint and Olympic male teams both took gold medals at last weekend’s Byron Bay Triathlon.

The Sprint Team including Mick Donnelly (swim and run) and Glen Hannan (ride) came first in the all-male relay category and first overall.

Glen’s ride was the fastest out of all the sprint teams.

The Olympic team of Andy Kean (swim), Paul Efanow (ride) and Dean Cutting (run) came first in the all-male relay team and third overall. Dean’s run was the fastest time out of 54 teams, team member Mick Donnelly said.

Stuart McLeod, who is celebrating his return to health after a kidney transplant, also took part in the 1.5km swim, 40km bike ride and 10km run that makes up the event.

Winners:

Men: Ben Cook (1:58:47), Lindsay Lawry (1:59:54) and Ryan Waddington (2:00:54)

Women: Emily Donker (2:14:24), Holly Grice (2:16:51) and Rosie McGeoch (2:17:34).


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