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More Wins, Podiums and PB's! - Do3 weekend round up 14-15 April

Media information for release 17th April 2018

Do3 weekend round up 14-15 April

Do3, the Midlands based triathlon squad, took advantage of the spring sunshine with athletes making their presence known at a series of events.  

Southam’s Corinne Moss was 2nd female overall at Southwell Sprint Triathlon, comprising a 400m swim, 17.6km bike and 5km run.

Seanin Gilmore claimed another 1st place at Windsor Duathlon by winning her age group over a 10km run, 40km bike and 5km run. Mark Woo raced the course in 2:06 placing in the top twenty finishers in a competitive field

Anita Howe (pictured below) clocked 39.37 at the Wright Hassall Leamington Regency 10km to win her age group and be 3rd female overall.  Sally Abell also took first place in her age-group by running a PB of 47:56. Anita and Sally were joined by Stratford’s Alison and Jason Robbins, Simon Clarke and Leamington’s Tim Fenton who ran a PB 10km.  

Anita Howe

Anita Howe – Regency 10K (Photo courtesy of Simon Jones)

James Hartwright and Sara Northover were at Bicester Sprint Triathlon while Rosie Kerridge, Marc Bozdogan and Ian Dickins rode the Mad March Hare Sportive through the rolling south Cotswolds.

Dave Knight, head coach comments ‘It’s been another great weekend with athletes already benefiting from a long off-season. We are fortunate to have fantastic and generous squad sponsors who all play a part in Do3’d success; from physio and team kit providers to cycle maintenance and new shoes. My thanks go to the sponsors and hope they are seeing value from the results and our athletes being on the podium’.      

 

Do3 is mentored and managed by Dave Knight, one of the UK’s leading triathlon coaches and recently recognised as Coach of the Year at Stratford District Council Sport Awards. The squad is made up of over 200 Midlands based athletes; from triathlon enthusiasts and age group competitors to professional athletes.   

other reports by: David Knight
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