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Outlaw 2016: Age-Group records
Posted by: John Levison
Posted on: Wednesday 27th July 2016


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Age-Group records broken at the seventh Outlaw Triathlon

Good weather conditions combined with great racing at the seventh edition of the Outlaw Triathlon on Sunday, saw a total of seven Age-Group records broken.

Of course, in setting a new overall course record Alison Wilson (Portsmouth Tri), also improved the 25-29 mark, taking just over ten minutes off of the time set by last years race winner, Jenny Latham.

Ali Wilson

Related Article: Walker and Wilson win Outlaw Triathlon 2016

Second-placed Susan Fairfax (Crystal Palace Triathletes) smashed the previous 40-44 best by almost 21 minutes, while Vanessa Taylor (Hillingdon Triathletes), in her first iron-distance event, ran from 15th at T2 all the way through to fourth overall, to take almost ten minutes off of the previous best mark in the 45-49 division. Second placer in the 45-49, Kati Pusey (11:20:56), also beat the previous record - but still had to be content with second.

Susan Fairfax and Vanessa Taylor

The final record broken by the women was Jackie Hardman (Barracuda Tri) in the 60-64 category. She reduced her own record by a further four minutes.

Jackie Hardman

Related Article: Outlaw Triathlon Gallery 2016

For the men, Matthew Stephenson improved the M45-49 figures by a whopping 16 minutes while finishing eighth overall. Dave 'Deca' Clamp (Knutsford Tri Club)read more on him HERE - proved he has speed as well as endurance, slicing just 16 seconds off of the previous best 55-59 time, while the ever brilliant Bob Novis (Brighton Phoenix) was more than 11 minutes quicker than the previous 60-64 best.

Matthew Stephenson and Bob Novis

Outlaw Triathlon Age-Group Records after 2016 edition

(New records set in 2016 highlighted below, with the previous record also shown)

MEN

18-24 years Joseph Wilson Durham University 2010 09:42:23
25-29 years Joel Jameson GI Tri Bridgetown 2011 08:47:47
30-34 years Chris Goodfellow   2012 09:11:19
35-39 years Hywel Davies Planet X 2011 08:52:28
40-44 years Craig Twigg SpeedHub 2015 08:50:56
45-49 years Mathew Stephenson   2016 09:38:33
  Darren Priest Raf Tri 2015 09:54:13
50-54 years Graham Hodgson Colts 2012 10:00:35
55-59 years David Clamp Knutsford Tri Club 2016 10:46:53
  Steve Braund Barracuda Tri 2010 10:47:09
60-64 years Bob Norris Brighton Phoenix 2016 11:08:20
  Steve Braund Barracuda Tri 2015 11:19:52
65-69 years Alan Mccartney Barracuda Tri 2014 12:53:59

WOMEN

18-24 years Catherine Faux Sheffield Tri Club 2011 10:22:51
25-29 years Alison Wilson Portsmouth Tri 2016 09:45:56
  Jenny Latham Red Venom 2015 09:55:59
30-34 years Victoria Gill Swim for Tri 2013 09:50:58
35-39 years Claire Shea-Simonds Racetime Events 2015 10:25:03
40-44 years Susan Fairfax Crystal Palace Triathletes 2016 10:16:20
  Maree Jesson Wooton Tri 2015 10:37:18
45-49 years Vanessa Taylor Hillingdon Triathletes 2016 11:14:33
  Karen Robertson One Life Racing 2014 11:24:05
50-54 years Helen Hall TFN Tri Club 2014 11:56:01
55-59 years Katrina Kemp Leicester Tri 2015 12:09:54
60-64 years Jackie Hardman Barracuda Tri 2016 13:18:52
  Jackie Hardman Barracuda Tri 2015 13:22:44

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