The return of the toughest Triathlon in Queensland


The return of the toughest Triathlon in Queensland

HOTW

The return of toughest Triathlon in Queensland saw over 250 athletes vying for the Queensland Long Course State Championships and Nissan State Series Points.

Top performing Queensland athletes Max Neumann and Sarah Crowley reclaimed their Hell of the West titles and took out their own course records.

Goondiwindi turned out favourable conditions after a heavy dust storm on Saturday afternoon.

The Queensland Long Course State Championship podiums shaped up as follows:

Age Category

1st Place

2nd place

3rd Place

20-24 F

Rachel Wicks

 

 

20-24 M

Dominic Churchett

Jake Brumpton

 

25-29 F

Ashleigh Hunter

Khloe Healy

Salmone Villiger

25-29 M

Rhys Jones

Luke Radonich

Paul Marchant

30-34 F

Briarna Silk

Sandra Wilson

Ashleigh Mcnulty

30-34 M

Sean Richardson

Craig Alers

Eamonn Ring

35-39 F

Bianca Cairns

Catherine Mercer

Maree Parsons

35-39 M

Damien Bulters

Tom Beechey

Samuel Seaton

40-44 F

Kylie Burchardt

Sandy Azzopardi

Sally-Anne Balharry

40-44 M

Gareth Hall

Andrew Kennedy

Terrance Britt

45-49 F

Bronwyn Henschell

Trish Russell

Hayley Stevenson

45-49 M

Damien Jeffery

Steven Schofield

Geoff Miller

50-54 F

Alison Coote

Debra Minor

Judy Stewart

50-54 M

Paul Worroll

Adrian Pearce

Warren Forbes

55-59 F

Janet Mcafee

 

 

55-59 M

Shane Flannery

Ian Issac

Allan Moustoukas

65-69 M

Carl Brown

 

 

70+ M

Allan Pitman

 

 

 

In the Nissan State Series, it is Dominic Churchett (Toowoomba Triathlon Club), Rhys Jones (Fitzroy Frogs) and Damien Jeffery (South Bank Triathlon Club) in the men’s who have shot to the top by claiming the top step, and it’s Ashleigh Hunter (T Zero Multisport) and Janet Mcafee (East Coast Cyco’s) currently topping the leader board in the women’s.

All the athletes were once again treated to the hospitality Goondiwindi are well known for with their town turning out to support what has become one of the many iconic Queensland triathlons.

Toowoomba Triathlon Club were well represented on the day taking out the Neil Pagey Award for best attendance from our affiliated clubs. 

Round 13 of the Nissan State Series has concluded after a hot weekend of racing at HOTW. As we head towards the finale of the Series, age groupers will be looking to gather valuable Championship points at the Queensland Championship events, including Round 15 at Kingscliff and Round 16 at Morten Bay.

Nissan State Series Leader Board: https://bit.ly/2USWRD6

  

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