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Twigg Claims the Outlaw Double, Latham Debuts with a Win

Outlaw LogoCraig Twigg became the first ever double winner of the Outlaw Triathlon and Jenny Latham completed her first long distance triathlon to win the women’s event.

Twigg, who lives locally in Leicester, battled the rain and wind to win again against a quality field that included four of the previous five winners. His time of 8:50:56 was fifteen minutes faster than his winning time from last year.

He finished ahead of Nottingham doctor, Tom McGlashan, who started the day hoping to finish in the top ten and surpassed his own expectations. Third place went to Mark Livesey.

Yorkshire-woman Jenny Latham finished ahead of Leicester’s Claire Shea-Simonds. Her winning time of 9:55:59 marked a fine debut where she led from start to finish in the women’s race. Maree Jesson was third. » Read more…

July 27, 2015 | Leave a Comment

Outlaw Triathlon – Live Tracking

Outlaw Portrait LogoFor those that are unable to join us for the Outlaw Triathlon down at the National Water Sports Centre on Sunday, you can track your friends and family via our Live Athlete Tracker and our Live Commentary.

The pages will not be live until the day of the event, so don’t worry that you can’t access them immediately but all will be available once the event starts.

The event starts at 6am – with approx. 1200 athletes – roughly 200 relays and women plus 1000 men, starting the 2.4mile swim in the man made Regatta Lake at the National Water Sports Centre. The leaders are expected to start the cycle at just before 7am with the last cyclists out on the road at 8am.

July 24, 2015 | Leave a Comment

Big Swim / Future Outlaw – entries closing Tuesday 9am

Joint LogoEntries for the Saturday events at the Outlaw Triathlon weekend will be closing on Tuesday 9am.

The Big Swim offers three different distances for swimmers 11 years and over, 1500 metres, 2500 metres and 5000 metres. You have the choice of whether you wish to wear a wetsuit or not. For more information on these great swimming events, click here.

The first ever Future Outlaw Triathlon will be taking place on the Saturday morning at 9am. The future outlaws will be swimming 200 metres, biking 5km and running 1500 metres, using the same course and finish line as the big event on Sunday. They will also be getting identical race numbers and a very special Future Outlaw finishes medal. The age range for the future outlaws is 11 – 15 years. For further information, click here or to enter the Future Outlaw immediately, click here.

July 18, 2015 | Leave a Comment

Outlaw Triathlon – spectators guide available

Outlaw 15 - Spectator Guide Cover If you are racing and planning to enjoy watching the Outlaw Triathlon next weekend, you can now download the Spectator Guide.

The guide explains the whole timetable of the weekend, expo opening times and offers, where to park, what there is to do at the venue, free bus timetable, as well as full breakdown of where and when to watch the race.

July 18, 2015 | Leave a Comment

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