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Club Triathlon 25/02/17

This morning was actually a bit of a cold one compared to the weather lately. Riders were treated to a head wind as they road east on the bike leg. We had some returning athletes from Werris Creek and some first timers from as Quirindi and Newcastle (newly moved to Gunnedah) as well. The Long […]

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Hunts Lane Cycling 08 November 2016

A slightly smaller crowd was on site on Tuesday night in hot humid conditions. Racing was still strong with a few put out of place by the handicap and a few almost misplaced by the timer – I am still learning to use the program but getting closer each race. You will notice that the […]

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Club triathlon 5 November 2016

  What a great turn out for the beginning of the triathlon season! This mornings racing saw a change of the Gunnedah triathlon race course with the running route changed to circle the streets around the pool. The change in run length was met with some trepidation at the start of the race but appeared […]

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Hunts Lane Cycling 01 November 2016

20 riders were present for the 10km ans 15km races this afternoon with some children racing shorter distances before the longer events began. Issy Shortis won the 10km event with Terry Roach taking the line  honors in the 15km event. I think i got a few of the times wrong this week so please feel […]

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Hunts Lane Cycling 25 October 2016

There was a fantastic turnout for the weekly Hunts Lane cycling race this afternoon. A grand total of 26 riders turned up to ride the 10km or 15km races and some very enthusiastic spectators. The 10km race was won by Issy Shortis followed by brother Nick who turned around to do a bit more (Nick […]

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Hunts Lane Cycling 18th October 2016

Wonderful spring time weather bought 14 riders to Hunt’s Lane racing this afternoon with a couple of newcomers and lots of returning riders. Casper Jaeger took the honors in the 15km handicap race after starting from the back of the field and riding solo for a large portion of the race. Other places go to […]

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