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Wednesday, 29 May 2013

REP Arundel Tri, Folkestone Coastal 10k, F3 Windsor Trail Half 2013 Galleries now live

Hello there !

Three new races on the gallery from the bank holiday weekend - which had perfect running conditions, although the frost on the grass at 5am at Arundel was a little off-putting until it melted off...

Races Race Gallery links
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The REP Arundel Triathlons (Fress race photo downloads):
http://bit.ly/REP-Arundel-Tri-2013-Photo-Gallery
The Folkestone Coastal 10k:
http://bit.ly/Folkestone-coastal-10k-2013-Photo-Gallery
The F3 Events Windsor Trail Half Marathon:
http://bit.ly/F3-Windsor-Trail-Half-2013-Photo-Gallery

It's the Dorking 10 next Sunday - which is also the Surrey Champs over the distance - so is always a fast race, but also a great community race - so get on to it if you're looking for a nice stretch out at the end of the school half term - this is the race for you ! Entries here: http://bit.ly/dorking10-entries

And then don't forget the Worthing 10k next Wednesday evening on June the 5th - always a fast one after work - so worth the workout... http://bit.ly/Worthing-10k-entry

A new advert for polar HR monitors

outside Lidos - always the best for Triathlons - plenty of light for the  photos

This is the winner Colin Dixon giving it everything 

Happy to finish ?

Very Happy to Finish

badabing badaboom we're finished !

making the view slightly tricky for us to get the free photos for you...

correct victory fist pump

the flag was out at the castle too

smooth running at Folkestone on the flat coastal path

The Mo-bot can cause heart-pain by the looks of things

good riding on the Arundel Bike leg from EgTri

never seen before, but as good a way of wearing a number and sorting out the zip

mobot wins at Windsor

Martyn did a good job of  welcoming everyone home

strong running at the first Lock

happy days at the Thames towpath

it was all smiles at Windsor

cutting some groovy moves for the cameras

Double thumbs up from the bike marshal

Run long and prosper ?

Great views all along the Thames course

the finish heading back towards the castle, (which we will move for next year so it's in the background of the finish shots for you)

A fast start at Folkestone which wasn't going to be caught

double double thumbs up = it must have been a good race !
so that's it for now, see you sunday at the Dorking 10, and if you fancy a bit of an obstacle course run on saturday - here's a bit of fun for you http://bit.ly/aat-whitelyvillage-entry (but we aren't going to be there...)

until next time - enjoy the galleries, I look forwards to seeing your choices,
all the best
Anthony



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