Cheltenham Triathlon Club
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Gotta keep up with the weekend reporting ... here's a quick round up (in case no-one else has done it) from Saturday's South Cerney race.

Luckily, the weather was on our side and 22 of us took part in the Olympic or Sprint distance tri's on Saturday 11th June - Votwo South Cerney Triathlons.

A few memorable moments include Simon going the wrong way on the bike ... through no fault of his own apparently ... seeing Gerry cycling back - hamstring injury ... Torie swearing when she found out it was 2 laps of the run ...

The drinks station liquid tasted like car battery juice, but several of us did try the post-race luminous green & orange freebies on offer, they tasted better than they looked/smelled!

An enjoyable race, everyone seemed glad when done, we were definitely lucky with the weather!

Karen

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