Jubilee Quadrathlon in Týn nad Vltavou

For the tenth time in Týn nad Vltavou was delivered at the Moldau a Quadrathlon. Also the World Cup stopped off again in the Czech city. Over the distance of 1 km swim, 5 km kayak, 25 km bike and 5 km run the World Cup leader Leos Rousavy became generally accepted opposite his compatriots Michal Hasa (2nd) and Petr Susa (3rd). Place four and five went to the Austrian Josef Feichtinger and the New Zealander Peter Moysey...

Clark and Dyke decide the Brigg Bomber

At the World Cup Race in Britian, the Brigg bomber with distances of a 1,5 km swim, 8 km kayak, 36 km bike and 10 km run. The British native Steve Clark won ahead of his British compatriot Matt Stevenson. With Clark behind only in the swimming part of the race. Clark won in the end with a total time of 2:39:17 and new course record. Third place after Stevenson went to Tim Downing...