Another outstanding weekend on the international circuit with Matthew Sharp turning in a career-so-far best to get fifth at the ITU race in Auckland (report HERE) while Joe Skipper and Nicholas Ward Muñoz took third and fifth at ICAN Malaga's half distance (report HERE). Top Brit at the Quarteira ITU Triathlon European Cup was Non Stanford who won the women's field, there was a massive GB presence at the race and you can check out all the placings in our report HERE.
Their Pacific tour seems to have taken its toll: neither Ben Allen or Jacqui Slack topped to podium at the Great Ocean Road - both took second in a race won by Courtney Atkinson and Renata Bucher. Daz Parker was sixth and Rory Downie fourth. Results are HERE.
And, to round it all off nicely, at the Memorial Hermann Ironman 70.3 Emma-Kate Lidbury showed that not only has she a sensible head (in missing the start last week to avoid further damage to her shoulder) but also has great biking legs as she tore the field apart and gave herself more than enough of a buffer to hold her lead to the tape. There's a full report HERE.
Headline results of the weekend were at the Elite Duathlon Championships and we have a separate report on those HERE. Results for all the races are on the StuWeb site HERE.
Saturday dawned crisp and cold for the final of Human Race's off-road series, the TrailMan race at Eridge Park near Tunbridge Wells. The early ice thawed to leave a very greasy surface and some very serious chain and gear clogging mud which saw a significant number of duathletes dropping out during or after the bike leg. Phil Westoby (Army Triathlon) won the race and the series but the way the points work meant that even though Freya Martin won the race Sam Aplin was guaranteed to take the series as long as she finished and her second place was more than enough to guarantee that. Full results are HERE.
Sunday's results from the Sun City Tri Duathlon were in before some races had even started! The wins went to Garry Walker (Coalfields RT) and Georgia Campbell (Coalfields RT) and the full results are HERE.
Plenty of duathlon action at Dorney Lake for the Gatorade Eton Dorney series with Scott Wiseman (Ashford) and Gayle Vickers (Petersfield) winning the sprint race while Tim Wright and Catherine O'Leary won the supersprint. Results are on the votwo site HERE.
Switching to triathlon, the classic early-season race at Ringwood (although much modified since the glory days of the New Forest Series back in the 90s) was won by Will Newbery (Primera TBC) and Mary Campbell (Chichester Westgate). Full results are HERE.
The first running of a standard distance duathlon on the Castle Combe circuit, the Kinetic One Standard, saw victory for Lee Rankin (Team DB Max) and Amy Chalk (Calne SMaRTT), results are on the DB Max site HERE.
Results are in from the ISCA Duathlon at the University of Wales and Alexander Royffe and Bethan Fowler topped the field there, full results are HERE.
Also added to the listings are results from the Diss Duathlon where the wins went to Iain Robertson and Jayne Williams. Full results are HERE.
Results for the Burnham on Sea Sprint Aquathon are now available HERE, the Basildon Aquathlon has adult results HERE and the TriStar results HERE. Provisional results are also linked in for the A2C Triathlon HERE. and the Tewkesbury Aquathlon HERE.
Click below for links to all the results from this weekend, and remember, where you see the triVIEWER icon, you can re-live your race in graphical simulation form!