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10th Dec 2007Issue 40

Welcome to the newsletter

There has been very little to talk about this weekend in terms of races or results but that doesn't mean the site is quiet! For those who are still regular visitors, you'll know about the first part of the age-group training plan that went live last week. Well, this week we have all the sessions for the first twelve weeks of training and they will go live on Tuesday. We also have a feature coming up on the Profeet custom shoe fitting system and there's a cracking interview on the cards for the end of the week - there's plenty happening!

The Christmas gift list continues with a whole range of ideas but we though that we would slip in a couple of extras. Both of these have been mentioned before but we think they are worth reminding you of. The first is Steve Trew's triathlon novel, Moment of Suffering, which he's doing a really great deal on with a charity benefit too. The book should sell for a tenner but Steve will sell it to you for just five pounds (including p&p) and a pound of that fiver will go to charity. If you fancy a copy, or two, send your cheque (payable to Steve Trew and with your name and address on the back) to Steve at 144 Fox Lane, Palmers Green, London N13 4BA and he'll send you a copy.

The other, slightly different idea is Infinit Nutrition's 'personal blend' system where you dial up the mix you want to create an energy source that's right for you. You can even get the flavour turned down if you want, something you can only do on a conventional mix by diluting it more - which defeats the point... Infinit are doing a deal for orders placed before December 14th where you can buy a £35 gift voucher for £30 and get also £5 credited to your own account - give a present to get a present, we like that!

Don't forget that Channel 4 will be showing their follow-up to IMUK where they follow Scott Neyedli and Carolyn Hewitt at Hawaii Ironman at 5:45am Wednesday morning (December 12th).

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Results

Weekend action

Results for the Black Country Triathletes Splash and Dash Aquathlon are up on Stuart Steele's StuWeb site. Mike Cornes (Mammoth Lifestyle) won the race in 0:21:44 with Jodie Stimpson (Birmingham Uni) the fastest women in 0:25:15 and in third place overall. We'll take a local copy in a few days for the archives.

At the Epic Events Winter Duathlon at Rainford near St Helens, Paul Roby won the race in 0:54:59 with Sarah Charnock the fastest woman in 1:05:54. Full results are here.

Up in Cannock Chase, the Chase Race MTB Duathlon saw wins for Geoff Beetham (Retrobike) in 1:27:12 and Jacqui Slack in 1:52:56. Full results are here.

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