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Havering Tri members enjoy national and international success

PUBLISHED: 10:00 22 August 2017

Paul Suett (right) (Pic: Havering Tri)

Paul Suett (right) (Pic: Havering Tri)

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Five members of Havering Tri made the journey to Kent to compete in the Midnight Man Triathlon.

Four members took on the quarter distance, a 950m lake swim, 45km bike ride and a 10.5km run through closed roads.

Paul Suett came third overall in two hours and 15 minutes, whilst Deborah Coyle was the first female and fifth overall less than three minutes later in (2.18).

They were followed by Richard Dudman who came second in the veteran’s category in (2.22), with Olivia Littlechild completing the line-up in (2.54).

James Stubbs (5.35) completed the half distance race.

Jon Warren travelled to race Ironman Hamburg and finished just outside of his target time in (10.13).

Trevor Cooper, Cristina Cooper and Russell Edgings competed at the Cotswold Classic, whilst Craig Groom picked up PB in all three disciplines at the Dorney Triathlon.

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