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Wight Tri Club Championships

10 members braved the rough sea conditions to take on the last triathlon of the season in the nominated Wight Tri Club Triathlon Championship event. Starting with a 400m sea swim at Yaverland, with even th stronger swimmers finding it tough to get into the sea due to the strong waves,

Arundel Standard Distance Triathlon

3 members of Wight Tri took part in the Arundel Standard Distance Triathlon with a one way river swim in the second fastest flowing river in the UK, followed by a tough and undulating 40km cycle with a tough 2 lap 10km run to finish. As this was also an

Eton Dorney Standard Triathlon

Wight Tri's newest and youngest member, 18 year old Aidan Pierce earned his place in the Island Games Triathlon team for the 2017 Gotland Island Games with a superb performance at the Eton Dorney standard distance Triathlon. With a fantastic 1500m swim in Dorney Lake, he entered T1 in 21.21 in

West Wight Triathlon

Club results from The West Wight Triathlon Position Name Time 1 Dave Sweet 1:36:30 2 Joe Staunton 1:43:23 AG1 3 Sean Williams 1:43:45 AG1 4 Nick Kenney 1:45:34 5 Craig Wilson 1:46:02 6 Stuart Dyer 1:46:15 13 Steve Goodier 1:50:56 17 Joe Norman 1:54:38 22 Nick Lever 2:00:31 25 Steve Dines 2:00:57 39 Dan Morgan 2:11:20 55 Simon Woods 2:20:50 57 Jock Rafferty 2:22:09 58 Mike

Dorney Lake Triathlons

Wight Tri were well represented at the Dorney Lake Triathlon day on 17th July 2016. The Standard distance race was split into three waves, men 18 - 39, men 40+ and women. Joe Staunton was first home for Wight Tri in 2.16.21. and 6th in the 18 - 39 wave. Nick Kenney