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Byron Bay triathletes keep top place in North Coast series

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‘I am incredibly proud of our team as this time last year most of the crew were attempting a mini triathlon for the first time,’ club member Deb Fuller said.

‘They have come a long way in such a short time. One member was so determined to finish that she rode on a flat tyre for the last 10km of the cycle.

‘The Byron Breakers absolutely smashed it out there,’ she said.

Individual results:

Duncan Andrews first in men’s 20-24 (years); Matthew Tapping first in men’s 16-17; Paivi Hanninen second in the women’s 35-39; Huw Jones fifth in the men’s 55-59; Danny Rossi third in the Men’s 25-29; Daniel Costa first in the women’s 30-35; Deb Fuller first in the women’s 55-59; Jess Schaffer second in women’s 30-34; Robyn Darke second in the women’s 55-59; Claire O’Meara was third in the women’s 55-59; Greg O’Meara was 13th in the men’s (55-59); Dan Van Zuylen was fourth in the women’s (55-59); Giulia Scurria was seventh in the women’s 25-29; Peter Clarke came third in the men’s 70-74 while Nerida Clarke came first in the women’s 65-69.

The club’s swim coach Andy Kean and Becky Jones took out second place in the mixed team.


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  1. A brilliant team effort from a great bunch who are gaining heaps of confidence with each win. I can’t wait to join them in South West Rocks for the next series event ❤️❤️

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