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    National Bronze

    Still training to get back to his full form, Alex Lawton powered through the event generating momentum as the race progressed, really working the run to get a fantastic Podium finish…

    Sitting at his desk, watching snowflakes falling just days prior to taking a dip at the Triathlon England Championships at Grafham Water and St Neots, Cambridgeshire, Alex’s mind was understandably preoccupied with the weather. 

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    Dragon Slayer

    Nick put in a storming 1st run and held things together for the bike to take Silver overall at the Dragon Slayer Duathlon held at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park Cycle Circuit in London. 

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    Euro Battle

    TORQ Performance Triathlon Team’s Nick Shasha fought off some of Europe’s best with brilliant runs at the European Sprint Duathlon Championships in Kalkar, Germany, only being nudged into 4th place by some demon cycling rivals…

    A sizzling first run saw Nick taking over a minute out of most of the field, and although he lost several places on the bike to some demon time trialists, his second run redressed some of the balance bringing him to a finish just shy of the podium in 4th place. 

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    Medals Galore

    TORQ Performance triathlete, Chris Standidge, maintained his winning streak with another Gold, TORQ Ambassador Beth Hughes ran to win a brilliant Gold, Alex Lawton took Silver and Dave Mawhinney podiumed with Bronze in Age Group; a very nice medal tally for the TORQ team at the Chirk Triathlon, where the racing was seriously tight and seconds made a big difference…

    Chirk is nearly always Chris Standidge’s Triathlon season opener, and he was chasing his 5th win in a row and 6th win in 7 years. 

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    Silver for Emma

    Congratulations to TORQ Performance Triathlon Team’s Emma Lamont, who opened her season with a convincing Silver at East Fife Triathlon. 

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    Windsor Silver

    Iain Robertson battled through the mud to win Silver in Age Group, while Nick Shasha raced in the Elite/Professional category of the British Duathlon Championships at Windsor. 

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    NW Champs Silver

    In his first race of the season, the North West Duathlon Championships, Alex podiums with a well earned Silver having fought a tough battle throughout. 

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    World Champ Qualifier

    Nick tackled the fog and the competition to finish 2nd in Age Group at the Bedford Autodrome Duathlon, earning instant qualification for the World Duathlon Championships in Aviles, Spain. 

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    Dambuster Silver!

    Ian Robertson used his fantastic run form to propel himself into 2nd position at the Dambuster Std. 

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    Gun to Tape Win!

    A brilliant first report of the season comes from Nick Shasha, who took the lead on the first run at the Anglian Water Sprint Duathlon, held his position on the bike, then pushed into a convincing win on the final run. 

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    ISM Saddles

    Now riding into their third season on saddles from the recognized leader in modern saddle design, ISM, the TORQ Performance Triathlon Team are still sitting very comfortably…

    Using the latest science and technology, ISM saddles are designed to eliminate pressure on nerves and arteries in the perineal area, ensuring maximum comfort and optimum performance for the rider. 

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    ETU Long Dist. Champs.

    Veteran triathlete, Dave Mawhinney, decided that his 16th long course race (2.4m swim, 112m bike & 26.2m run) should be the European Championships, which took place in Weymouth this year.