Today was busy for Bayliss Multisport at the races! Starting with Tri122 Lanzarote,
Congratulations Mia Leadbeater
on your win in the womans sprint distance. Racing with guts and determination from from gun to tape in a time of 1.24.15. Great work Mia. Jorge Wilkes
coming 2nd overall in the sprint distance in a time of 1.11.34. Also showing in his race his absolute dedication and hard work in training.
Congratulations both Mia and Jorge! Tiffany Cabrera Robson
in her first sprint distance triathlon having no problems at all, enjoying every minute of it and getting to the finish line in style in a time of 1.45.11 Well done Tiffany. Sandy Robson
, Gemma Davies-Haywood
and Tiffany all looking out for each other in the race, getting to the finish line strong and enjoying the every minute of the race, Sandy and Gemma with a time of 1.45.10.
In the half distance Lucy Biddlestone
using the race to set herself up for a the season ahead came 4th girl in a time of 4.27.23. Well done Lucy!Jennifer Stewart
finished strong in 6th place in a time of 4.38.37, Jen's first race back after a 3 year break and having had a baby!
Brian Timmons chasing his dreams and finishing in 4.59.15 Congratulations Brian. Sergio Cuéllar Betancort
impressing me all the time, from non triathlete 18 months ago to finishing his first half distance today with no problems at all in a time of 5.06.56
In the kids track racing today Leila won the 3000m gaining valuable points for the series. Well done Leila!
Then in the afternoon we had kids doing the 3rd of the mountain bike series,
Charlie won the Promesas category, Nicolas 2nd, Jake 4th, Well done boys!
Well Jack doing coming 8th in the Principiantes category.
Sienna winning her category! Congratulations! With Leo 4th, Tom in 6th and Julian racing his first ever bike race! Well done boys!
Leila racing for the second time in 1 day winning the Infantile category and Becky 2nd! Well done girls!Harry Holdaway
winning the Cadete category and Alfonso Tejera Toledo
doing his first bike race of the year! Well done boys!