As Coach of the Sunshine Coast Triathlon Academy, a Former Professional Athlete and Surf Life Saver that saw my swim leg as a strength, I have had the opportunity over the years to trial out and wear different wetsuits. I had a meeting with Vorgee, they have been the Swim Goggle / Training Equipment sponsor of SCTA for the past 8 years. While meeting them they showed me their New V-Force VIII Wetsuit at the Warehouse.
First Impression - Looks
What drew my attention straight away was
First Swim Trial
Not only did I say it looked fast, but it feels fast in the water. I swam for around an 1hr in the open water in the sheltered bay of Mooloolaba Beach. Wow this wetsuit is fast. Now I have said that about some wetsuits before, but I have to give this as the best wetsuit I have swam in. Not because I am sponsored by them, but because a lot of thought and design has gone into this wetsuit. In fact, it has taken nearly 2 years for them to be at this point and 12 prototypes.
Verdict - Final Thoughts
A lot of thought has gone into this suit. The varying levels of thickness throughout the suit shows this. they are in the right place to get the best out of your swim in the open water with a wetsuit on. The top of the range Yamamoto Rubber along with the underarm component material that the speed skaters use is very flexible, but at the same time the durability and consistency isn't compromised.
When I got sent the technical aspects of this wetsuit and how they configured it you can understand why it took 2 years and 12 prototypes. A lot of thought has gone in the process and all I can say is wow. Love this suit. You are on a winner with the design and construction of the New Vorgee V-Force VIII Wetsuit. Do yourself a favour and make sure you do check this out if you are in the market for a new wetsuit.
Lucy Bowden - SCTA Senior Athlete of the Year for 2018/19 and 2019/20 Review + Verdict
Like many the athletes finding a wetsuit that doesn’t restrict your shoulders, interrupt your stroke and cause fatigue whilst swimming can be tricky, and to finding it a reasonable price is not often seen.
Due to several shoulder operations I first opted for a sleeveless wetsuit lowering the risk of flaring my shoulder up particularly throughout a race. Eventually, I transitioned into a long sleeve wetsuit however, found this particular brand too fiddly whilst swimming and the longevity of the suit with minimal use was poor.
Vorgee products have be a part of my training and racing for the last three years since moving to the Sunshine Coast from Adelaide. Thanks to Toby Coote for introducing me to Vorgee and the family behind the brand.
In early 2020, I was on the hunt for a new wetsuit leading into World 70.3 in Taupo NZ and I’d seen the Vorgee wetsuit in action whilst capturing some content for Toby, SCTA and Vorgee themselves.
‘I was impressed by the shoulder area, the first area I take note of when analysing a wetsuit’
Lucky enough I was able to get the Vorgee V-Force VIII in my hands soon after this photo shoot. In comparison to other wetsuits, I noticed the general comfort the wetsuit provided. The internal layers of the suit being very soft on the skin. As first thought, the shoulder area firmly fit in the right places due to its thin and sleek design – allowing an athlete to feel confident heading into the water knowing the suit would provide the flexibility promised.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, I’ve been swimming daily in the ocean over the last three months, the V-Force has allowed for enjoyable swimming no matter what the session. The suit is a great addition to the Vorgee range providing the brand with a product that is well up there in the wetsuit market.
For more information on the new Vorgee V-Force VIII Wetsuit click on the following links
For Male Wetsuit - Click Here
For Female Wetsuit - Click Here
For Vorgee Goggle Range - Click Here
2020 started off well with some great Race Results from the Sunshine Coast Triathlon Academy / Protector Aluminium Athletes and Coach Toby Coote. Heading into the Australian Olympic Distance Champs at Mooloolaba on 15th March, I was sitting with fellow Commentators Peter Murray and Tammy Barker along with Ironman Staff and the announcement about COVID 19 and the restrictions to be put in place. A lot of uncertainty around that weekend and racing and then into restrictions that ultimately shut down Coaching in general with restrictions of 10 and then to groups of 2, self isolation.
My thoughts turned straight around to "I'm Screwed" Coaching is a tough business at the best of time, but when its taken out from under you from no fault of your own, it was pretty scary to be honest. 18 Years of Coaching (September 2002) where I have been able to control what I do, being Self Employed for that time, went to how am i going to survive this?
But thoughts then turned to..... hang on what do I say to my athletes day in day out. Be adaptable, be flexible and learn from your experiences to be a better athlete. I needed to lead by example and show a pathway moving forward, show that I wasn't beaten, show that I can survive during these tough times. I wasn't the only one dealing with it, plenty of other Coaches, Race Directors, Commentators, Workers, Businesses were struggling to. I had to clarify my vision
"Dark Days and Broken"
It wasn't easy and there were some deep dark days. There was a lot of soul searching, lots of tears and unhappiness, but there were moments of clarity and cleansing as well. I had a lot going on during this period and I could of chosen a few different paths. I was still working with online programs and 1:1 with some of the athletes but could sense a lot being unmotivated, there were no races to focus on, no clear set path for them or for us Coaches. I looked at my bank balance trying to work out how I was going to pay the bills, survive to be honest. I remember just staring at my computer and I just broke down. The raw emotions of it all took its toll. I remember another instance where a friend needed a lift, I said how you going and she just broke down. I said I understand and broke down with her. Didn't have to say anything, just knew what we were going thru. Its not easy
Isolation is the worse when you live alone. I found the only sense I had and escape was doing some training, Getting out of the house as it was the only way to escape the 4 walls. I was depressed I was broken at this point. My only social interaction was morning and afternoon with some 1:1 sessions, but that wasn't everyday. You go from 3 sessions a day and social interaction to being isolated. The highlight to break the day up was going to my Local Coffee Shop, Pallet Espresso (Thanks Johnny) to get a takeaway during the day to break it up and then back to the 4 walls of isolation. But it was something that I looked forward to each day.
I normally sleep very well, but for 6 weeks, I had the worse period of sleep i have ever had, its was interrupted, too many thoughts in my head, I just couldn't settle the voices, the demons, the uncertainty that I was surrounded by. There was plenty going on that I was trying to control, but they were uncontrollables. What do I say to my athletes "You can only Control what you can control" Gave myself a kick up the arse. But my real sanity came from training, surfing and sharing time with family in current restrictions.
Adversity has a place in what we do and it is a great learning tool to define Who you are, Your Self Confidence, Self Worth, Self Belief and what Legacy you want to leave. Its 10 years to this date that my life was turned around with adversity that affected Myself and My Business by no fault of my own.
I found myself 10 years later in the same place dealing with a different adversity of no fault of my own. I had 2 choices. Do what I did last time and bury myself in alcohol or regain my health and become fit. I took the second option and so glad I did
This time I have learnt so much from this experience and include
"FAMILY and FRIENDS"
Family - No matter what has gone before. There are always arguments and disagreements, that's family, but when shit hits the fan and you need help, they are there no matter what. If it wasn't for them, I don't know what position I would be sitting in right now. Not only have you supported me thru this, lent a shoulder, invited me in and fed me, but also help financially that I will be eternally grateful for. It has allowed me to survive thru this. It has reinforce the strength and bond and this period has allowed me to spend more time and surfing with the nieces.
My other non blood family (they know who they are) they noted I wasn't right and lent an ear, support and plenty of laughs. they are there no matter what
Friends - when you are in trouble you do really find out who your "REAL" Friends are. They are there no matter what to support, to lend a shoulder, an ear, a smile, a hug. All the little simple things that mean so much when the chips are down. Even a carton of Beer (Thanks Noely)
Athletes - to the ones that have stood by me in the last 8 weeks, you know who you are, your support will never go unnoticed. Thanks
We are suffering as a whole, and we aren't out of this by no measure, and it will take time to rebuild to get this sport back to where it was, but during this time there has been a sense of reaching out by fellow Coaches, Commentators, Race Directors and Race Workers. The phone calls, the checking in on each other the value that we put on what we do and why we are successful has been shown throughout this period. I made a point of calling 2 people a day to check in on them to see how they were going. We were all in the same fight, and funny how when we talked, we talked about the same feelings, emotions, the uncertainty of what surrounded us all. We are all riding the same wave
The weekly coaching connect group thru Craig Johns, has given us a platform to still be engaged and deal with some of the scenarios that are in place. The last few episodes that you have done have been very informative and has given myself a lot to think about how I will move on from here and what I do. It has raised some series questions about what we all do as Coaches.
"Health Awareness and Time"
I regained my health and life throughout this period. Normally at this time I am on a break after the season. I would have been 8 weeks back to back with races, commentary, coaching, end of season reviews etc etc. But with some much time on my hands I began productive by silencing the demons with training, cleaning the house, the car, all the things I would never get a chance to do. I surfed more as that is my sanity release and did it with Family (by the way my nieces shred love it).
I have lost 12 kgs in this 8 week period. From training, a bit of stress. I have gone from 90kg to 78kg. THe last time I was under 80kg was at the AIS at an NTID camp and remember the conversation with Craig Redman about hitting 80kg for the first time in my life (think it was 2008/2009) I have never been back under there since then. So if there is a positive out of all this negativity is that I have regained my health. Which is vital for me
"Legacy and Leadership"
I have always led from the front. I have said what I have as I am passionate about what I do. It can get me in trouble from time to time, but that is me. Its how I do what I do and get the best out of myself and my athletes. But I saw an opportunity to lead from the front by saying, I'm training, I'm getting fit, there are no excuses if I can do then you can do. I didn't have to, but I did as I wanted to be that Role Model leading from the front. Will I race probably not, as I see myself as a Coach, not an athlete (and I know what I am like as an a Athlete). The Legacy I wanted to leave here is, I can control what I can do during this period and that was to get fit and keep them motivated by do a 1:1 session here and there to keep the athletes ticking along. It also got me motivated and Healthier. If I didn't have this time, I would still be 90kg unfit.
I've had a chance to sit down and reflect on myself during this period. Never easy looking back at what you have down both Business and Personal. Am I happy, NO, there are a lot of things in hindsight that I would go back and change if I could, do differently, but I know I can't, but what I can do is use that experience to move forward and be a better Person, A better Coach, A better Uncle / Son / Brother, A better Friend. Surround myself with good people that will test me with multiple view points, that will enable me to be better.
This was a tough one. I went thru a lot of emotions during this time. I rode a roller coaster with lots of lows and highs mostly lows. I tried to push away people trying to help me as that is what I have done in the past. For the first time in a long time I let some walls down, and trusted again. Its been a long time since I have been able to trust people or allow myself to trust. It is never easy. As a Coach and former Athlete you hide your emotions a lot of the time and deal with a lot that people / athletes don't see on a regular basis. I can seem very happy and outgoing on the outside, but what is going on the inside can be a totally different story. I was only able to trust and let those walls down with a lot of reflection as stated above.
I was very fortunate to have a network of people around that understood I wasn't right and pressed me to make sure I was OK. It took a little time as I didn't want them to know I was struggling, but when I did open up it was a massive relief of my shoulders. Like a weight had lifted from me. Remember it ain't weak to speak or ask for help
So during a very negative period, I have come away with a lot of positives that I will use moving forward from this point. By no means are we out of trouble yet, but there is a glimmer of light at the end of the tunnel that will keep the fuse going.
As a good friend say to me once "Success is Nothing if You Have No One Left to Share it With" So very true Indeed!!
Life is short, so make the most out of everyday. Take Care and look after yourself.
It was another successful Season for the Sunshine Coast Triathlon Academy / Protector Aluminium Athletes with some great results. Unfortunately the back end of the season where there were some Major Championship races were cancelled due to the COVID 19 restrictions from 16th March 2020.
Lots of disappointed Athletes with the decision with the Australian School Triathlon Championships, Australian Sprint Championship - Luke Harrop Memorial Triathlon and the Triathlon Queensland Club Championships just to name a few
Below is a snapshot of the success of the SCTA / PA Athletes received
Outright Race Wins - 1st Place x 14 / 2nd Place x 10 / 3rd Place x 13
Age Group Places - 1st Place x 81 / 2nd Place x 47 / 3rd Place x 44
Australian Championships - 1st Place x 2 / 2nd Place x 2 / 3rd Place x 1
Queensland Championships - 1st Place x 8 / 2nd Place x 3 / 3rd Place x 3
ITU All African Champs - 2nd Place Professional Female - Laurelle Brown
World 70.3 Qualifiers x 6
National schools Triathlon Qualifiers x 6
National Cross Country Qualifiers x 5
Australian Duathlon Champion 40-44 Years Female - Tania Gover
Australian Triathlon Champion 25-29 Years Male - Paul Marchant
World Triathlon Age Group Sprint Champs - 9th Place 16-19 - Ryan Marsh
SCTA 2nd Place Tri Club Podium Mooloolaba Triathlon
SCTA 3rd Place Tri Club Podium Sunshine Coast 70.3
The SCTA / PA Aluminium Junior scholarship Holders Ella Wooldridge and Ryan Marsh had some great results throughout the year.
Ryan Started his campaign at the ITU World Triathlon Championships in Luassane where he was the youngster competitor in the 16-19 years Category, giving away up to 3 years to the older boys, Ryan had a good go and backed himself with a 9th place just 50 secs off the podium. While some races went to plan, there were a few that didn't, but the experienced gain has shown from the end of season analysis.
1st Place 15-16 Years - Rainbow Beach Tri
3rd Place 16-19 Years - QTS # 6
7th Place 16-19 Years - QTS # 5
8th Place Senior Male - Queensland All Schools Champs
First Year ITU Junior Male - AJTS # 1 - 37th Place / AJTS # 3 - Australian Junior Champs - 25th Place
Qualified for the Queensland Schools Triathlon Team
Raced his first Open Male at QTS # 3 Kawana Tri.
Ella had a great start to the season as well. She was finishing off Grade 12 this year. With a mix of exam stress and Schoolies saw her contract glandular fever which put an end to the season for her. She is now nearly recovered from it and looking forward to next season.
1st Place 16-19 Years - Rainbow Beach - 2nd Female Overall
1st Place 16-19 Years - QTS # 2
1st Place 16-19 Years - QTS # 4
2nd Place 16-19 Years - QTS # 1
2nd Place Senior Female - Queensland All Schools Champs
20th Place ITU Junior Female - AJTS # 1
Qualified for National Cross Country Champs
Selected for National Junior Camp
The other Junior Athletes have done an amazing job this year and we have see plenty of growth and development throughout the year. Not every race goes to plan, but the experience that is gained and then improved on shows they are heading in the right direction.
Mia Wooldridge took 3rd Place at the Australian Sprint Champs in Devonport for ITU Youth Female, while Peyton Craig took out ITU Youth Male and Jazi Coventry took 3rd ITU Junior Female at the opening round at Super Sprint Race Weekend. At the Queensland Schools Triathlon Champs 6 qualified for National schools Tri Champs (cancelled due to COVID 19) Peyton Craig (3rd Intermediate Male), Mia Wooldridge (4th Junior Female) along with Jazi Coventry (selected for National Junior Camp), Erin Wooldridge, Ryan Marsh and Macey Roberts. Jorja Matthews and Jericho Pogany all saw huge improvements this year too.
SCTA Junior Athlete of the Year - Ryan Marsh
With a top 10 result at the World ITU Triathlon Championships in Lussanne Switzerland with a 9th place from 81 competitors, as one of the youngest Athletes in his category of 16-19 Years where he finished only 50 sec off the podium. It was Ryan's first Year into the ITU Junior Category as well and always a tough transition, but Ryan is being rewarded for his hard work and dedication and great result from the World Triathlon Championships at the start of the season (you will see other results in his brief from the Junior Scholarship Review above). This season saw a journey that he will be able to build on for his 2nd year in the ITU Junior Category. With Self Belief, harnessing the race day nerves, especially at major races, will see Ryan develop as an athlete. Keep up the great work. Well deserved.
Our Senior Athletes have had some great results throughout the year. With some National Titles thru to World 70.3 selection, We have seen a lot of ups and downs but the way in which they have rallied and supported each other shows the comradely amongst them all.
Tania Gover (duathlon 40-44) and Paul Marchant (Triathlon 25-29) were our National Champions, while Brett Stalley (Triathlon 55-59) and Nicholas Hull (Triathlon 30-34) took silver medals. Rebecca Howell, Matt Billington. Pauline Ashley were all notable podium place getters throughout the year. Our 70.3 World Champs Qualifiers included Lucy Bowden, Michael Hooper, Matt Wolstencroft, Kevin Hammond, Mick Woodcock and Megan Hawkins.
Senior Athlete of the Year - Lucy Bowden
For the 2nd successive year Lucy has taken out this title. She has had a stellar year with some amazing performances. Her most notable winning her category at the Sunshine Coast 70.3, claiming her Worlds Berth, finishing 9th Female overall amongst the Pro Female. She had her maiden break thru Race Win taking out the Rainbow Beach Triathlon and in the Queensland Tri Series, she podiumed in the OPEN Female in all 5 races she contested.
The back end of the season was cut short with a foot injury. I believe her most notable achievement was during this period where Lucy showed her willingness to support and capture some great images with her camera at training and racing (You will see a lot of Lucy's work in the photos in this report). it showed a real Team Player in an individual sport. It didn't go unnoticed. Another great season Lucy. Keep up the great work. Thoroughly deserved accolade.
2019-20 results include
Race Winner - Rainbow Beach Triathlon
1st Place 25-29 Female - Sunshine Coast 70.3 - World Qualifier Berth
2nd Place OPEN Female QTS # 1
2nd Place OPEN Female QTS # 3
2nd Place OPEN Female QTS # 5
3rd Place OPEN Female QTS # 2
3rd Place OPEN Female QTS # 4
4th Place OPEN Female - Noosa Triathlon
Encouragement Award - Jorja Matthews
Its been a bit of an up and down season for Jorja. She is being awarded the encouragement award, as I believe with a bit of self confidence and belief, she could get back to racing and hitting the podium like she did 2 seasons ago. Its there, you just have to want it and believe. I did see a glimpse of it at the Super Sprint Race Weekend when she got angry and starting racing well and backing herself. If you take that attitude into the coming season, who knows what Jorja can achieve. Your choice!! Trust and Believe
SCTA Club Member Professional Athletes have had a great year with some amazing results. Race wins to Carrie Lester, Ryan Fisher, Simon Hearn. Notable performances to Brittany Dutton, Kierra Allen (Sansome), Marion Tuin, Kelly Ann Perkins and Brodie Gardner.
The was some great news for Head Coach Toby Coote as well, being named a Finalist for Triathlon Australia Age Group Coach of the Year. Selected for the Triathlon Australia National Junior Camp and received a grant from Triathlon Queensland for SCTA
Well done to all the athletes that competed throughout the year. A massive thanks to the family and supporters of the SCTA, without you, we don't have this opportunity that we have.
Finally to the sponsors. Grant Symes from Protector Aluminium, without you, this doesn't happen as the major sponsor for the past 5 years. I am totally grateful for the ongoing support. To Vorgee, Mizuno, CLIF Bar Australia, Cannibal Australia, Davey and Associates Optometrist, McDonalds Sunshine Coast. Tara Leanne Nutrition, Rackley Swimming, Kawana Aquatic Centre, Allez Sport Mooloolaba, Rydges Hotels, Intune Sports and Health, The Recovery Room, PREPD, The Event Crew, Ironman Oceania, Titan Performance Group, Zone 3 Wetsuits
With the closure of swimming pools in Australia for the past 4-5 weeks, we have seen a resurgence of Open Water Swimming especially here on the Sunshine Coast.
For the ones that have swam at Mooloolaba Beach, it resembles more the Bruce Highway at Peak Traffic Times, than a beach. All in the name to keep the feel for the water.
Head Coach of the Sunshine Coast Triathlon Academy, Toby Coote, points out a few tips to remain safe and continue to keep working on the swim component.
Just as there are different water conditions, the sun during early morning to the afternoon can vary as well. , There is a goggle choice to suit the different conditions. Vorgee have a great range of goggles to suit. I use the Missile Range. I find I can pull them straight out of the case put on my face and swim. Perfect for me.
Presently in the morning just after the sun comes up, it is still very dull, I find the clear / smoke lens the best during this time. Earlier morning when the sun is a little brighter the Mirrored lens I find the most suitable and if I end up swimming during the day, the the eclipse are perfect for cutting the glare right out. So there are plenty of choices in the missile Range. I suggest trialing a few pairs out to see what best suits your needs and the conditions you are swimming in.
We are fortunate to have had some nice water temperatures at present, but with winter approaching (and if you don't live in Queensland) you may already be in wetsuits. We will be during off our Zone 3 wetsuits very shortly. What to look for in a wetsuit?
I have used the Zone 3 Vanquished and love the flexibility in and around the shoulders. It feels like you aren't wearing a wetsuit. Once again it is a personal choice so check out the Zone 3 Range at Titan Performance Group.
Presently, Toby has been doing some 1:1 Open Water swimming and implementing a lot of the top 5 points and has seen some dramatic changes with the way they have improved thru those sessions.
Tara Partridge from Tara Leanne Nutrition has worked with numerous SCTA Athletes over the past few years and has been a great supporter of the SCTA Junior Scholarship, helping with recovery procedures, meal plans and race day plans including Pre, during and post.
Tara has written a blog for the SCTA Crew on the Effects of Appetite especially during this period with COVID 19. Click on the link File below to read.
Tara is available for phone consultations during the current climate and restrictions with COVID 19. For more information contact Tara on 0429 101 777 or visit www.taraleannenutrition.com.au
Another successful weekend of racing from the Sunshine Coast Triathlon Academy / Protector Aluminium Athletes that were in action.
Down at Kingscliff in the OD saw Tania Gover 1st (40-44) and Belinda Symes 1st (45-49) have solid races while, in the Sprint distance which also doubled as the South Coast Schools Triathlon Trials saw Jazi Coventry take the win (16-17 and 2nd Female Overall) and selection into the south Coast Team. Margo Mackintosh returned to racing after a break to take the win (35-39 and 3rd Female Overall). Jordan Gover had another consistent race with 2nd (45-49). In the Aquabike saw Gary Turner give up a lot of Age to the younger competitors which was an All Age Category where he was 8th
At Hervey Bay for the Queensland Long Course Championships over the 2/80/20 distance saw Zsolt Dallos take 3rd (Open Male). SCTA Club Members Simon Hearn took back to back race wins with a very convincing display in the Open Men's, while in the Open Female Megan Hawkins took 3rd. Matt Wolstencroft had a great day to take 1st (50-54)
On the Saturday at the Wide Bay Regional Schools Triathlon Champs at Hervey Bay saw Jericho Pogany continue his development with a PB on this course and 2nd Intermediate Male gaining him selection for the Qld Schools Champs in February next year.
At the Maroochydore Mile, SCTA Junior Scholarship Holder Ryan Marsh and Peyton Craig lined up in the B Race Open Male. Giving plenty of years away to some more experience runners, Peyton had a great run to take out the win in a time of 4.29 while Ryan was 4th in 4.38.
Over in the Netherlands, Marion Tuin lined up in a 8.7km Trail Run where she finished 3rd Female. It was solid run for her despite being in base work.
SCTA Club Member Carrie Lester dominated the Cozumel Ironman with the Race Win and cementing her spot for the World Ironman in Kona next year.
Well done to all that raced. Full results below
Hervey Bay 100 - 24.11.19 - 2/80/20 - Queensland Long Course Champs
Simon Hearn - 1st Place OPEN Male
Matthew Wolstencroft - 1st Place 50-54 Years Male
Zsolt Dallos - 3rd Place OPEN Male
Meegan Hawkins - 3rd Place OPEN Female
Debbie Thorley - 17th Place 40-44 Years Female
Grant Elliot - 34th Place 40-44 Years Male
Wide Bay Schools Regional Triathlon Trials - Hervey Bay - 23.11.19 - 500/15/4
Jericho Pogany - 2nd Place Intermediate Male - Qualified for Qld schools Champs
Kingscliff Triathlon - 24.11.19
OD - 1.5/40/10
Tania Gover - 1st Place 40-44 Years Female
Belinda Symes - 1st Place 45-49 Years Female
Sprint Distance - 750/20/5
Jazi Coventry - 1st Place 16-17 Years Female - 2nd Female Overall
Margo Mackintosh - 1st Place 35-39 years Female - 3rd Female Overall
Jordan Gover - 2nd Place 45-49 Years Male
Aquabike - 1.5km swim / 40km Cycle
Gary Turner - 8th Place All Ages Male
Western Sydney 70.3 - 24.11.19 - 1.9/90/21.1
Paul Marchant - 4th Place 25-29 Years Male
Kierra Sansome - 7th Place PROFESSIONAL Female
Cross Trail Run Netherlands - 24.11.19 - 8.7km
Marion Tuin - 3rd Place Female
Cozumel Ironman - 24.11.19 - 3.8/180/42.2
Carrie Lester - 1st Place PROFESSIONAL Female - Race Winner + IM World Champs Qualification
Maroochydore Mile Run - 21.11.19 - 1600m
Peyton Craig - 1st Place B Race OPEN Male
Ryan Marsh - 4th Place B Race OPEN Male