Box End Winter Series Race 2

RACE 3 -The third and final race of the Box End Winter Series was held on Sunday 26th January.  A very cold wet and windy day and a huge well done to the 5 athletes that braved the weather! Well Done to Duncan Pearson who won 1.56, Caspar Zoeftig was just behind in 2.02, but congratulations go to Caspar won the Box End Series, best of all three races!

Download the Full results 2013 Box End Winter Series

RACE 2 -The second race of the Box End Winter Series was held on Sunday 15th December. 29 took part in the Duathlon, congratulations to winnners 1st male Johnathon Hoggart 1.19.58, and first female Alison Cooper 1.45.47. In the Kayak Tri their were 7 athletes. Tom Stead was back in action and won the event convincingly in 1.19.59. with 2nd place going to female Gill Fullen 1.33.00 … a superb day for great winter training!

Download the results BOX END WINTER SERIES-RACE 2-15.12.13

RACE 1 – The first of the Box End Winter Series went ahead on Sunday. The three-race series consists of a Duathlon and a Kayak Tri, both events are held at Box End Water Ski Park in Kempston. 20 athletes took part in the Duathlon well done to winners David Course 1st male in 1.26.33 and Zoe Smith first female 1.45.50. In the Kayak Tri their were 8 athletes. Congratulations to winner Duncan Pearson 1.32.59, BQA member who is starting his training ready for the 2014 season well done! First female Cathy Johnson 1.49.46 … great winter training to all athletes!

Download the results Box-End-Winter-Series-Results-Race1

The last race of the series is 26th January 2014. Registration is from 08:00 to 09:15, race briefing at 09:20 and the race starts at 09:30. If pre-entered the race will cost you £10, on the day entries are £15.

Entry Form Box End Winter Series Entry Form 2013 or you can view and download one from either or .

The race format is as follows:

Duathlon: 7.5km Run, 11.25km Bike, 3.75km Run

The kayak Tri: 2.5km Kayak, 11.25km Bike, 7.5KM Run

This is an ideal opportunity for you to keep competitive and on the edge during the Winter season.

Yours in sport,

Mark Pryor Quadrac Racing

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