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On the triathlon front four members took part in the Leeds Olympic distance triathlon on Sunday. Gareth Gordfrey was first home in a time of 2.21, next Peter Williams in 2.27, Joe Richer in 2.32, and Jose Garcia in 2.51. David Cordner completed the sprint distance in a time of 1.40
NCTC members rode the first of 4 VTTA evening 10 mile TTs on thursday evening, Jon Wilson stopped the watch at 21.12 with Steve Peck doing his fastest time at that distance in 7 years in 21.56, Steve also rode in the 10 mile championship in Norfolk on Saturday in a time of 23.54.
NCTC member Glenn Fruish took part in the Kevin Henry 5k on Thursday night achiving a new PB of 22.36.Three members did the Camborne 10 mile tt on Saturday with a tailwind out and a headwind back Steve Peck was first home for the club in a fast time of 23minutes 33 seconds with Maxine Lane 26.35 and Sophie Lee 27.17.Maxine was also out on the Sunday running the East Anglia 10k in Kings Lynn,over 2000 runners took part the fast flat closed roads saw lane not having ran since Febuary after injury finishing in a great time of 44 minutes 9 seconds.
A great turnout from the club for the first interclub time trial today between Team Cambridge,Cambridge triathlon club and NCTC.A slightly chilly morning greeted the riders as they warmed up for the 10am start,the course was the Bottisham 10 mile which was a out and back. First overall was Jon Wilson in a fantastic time of 23.40,first lady home for the club was Maxine Lane in a impressive time of 29.02. A few of the club riders were doing their first ever time trial and achieved some great times.
Just one member of NCTC drove down to Bungay on Good Friday for a time trial on the bypass, weather was good for the time of year with just a slight cross wind Steve Peck finished in a time of 24.45 which placed him in the middle of the field of 124 riders.