Round Four of the
Ben Allen further asserted his dominance on the competition, with his second title of the season, having won in September at Port Stephens
Griffin led Beggs-French by one minute 18 seconds out of the swim leg, but Beggs-French gained major ascendancy on the bike, before capitalising on the run, finishing in a time of 02:15:33.
For Beggs-French it was his return to racing after an injury-plagued 12 months.
“It was just great to be back out there. I’m totally stoked with the result. Now I can set myself for a big season,” he said.
Griffin rounded out the podium with a third-placed 02:17:22.
Meanwhile, Penny Slater ran rampant in the Women’s event, with a nearly 10 minute win, across the Crusoe Reservoir course.
Slater won in a time of 2:33:16, after blitzing the field on the bike leg, putting more than 8 minutes on her opponents, in that discipline alone.
Kate Bramley fought valiantly to claim second spot, in a time of 02:42:25. Jessica Henderson rounded out the podium with an energetic exhibition of cross triathlon performance, finishing in 02:50:08
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