It just doesn't stop for Sunshine Coast Triathlon Academy / Hybrid Concepts Australia Athletes with 10 athletes on the start line at the World Swim Series at Mooloolaba Beach. 9 of the athletes were on the podium with 4 Age category wins.
SCTA / HCAUS Junior Scholarship recipient Jake Hynes lead the change with 4th overall in the 2km and category win (Youth Male). Also on the winning podium in the 1km was Elliot Gray (13-16) and Sam Penny (40-44). Sam backed up from the 2km where he was beaten by the Coach Toby Coote (40-44) to take out the 1km title.
On Sunday Drew Williams competed in his first race since World ITU Sprint Championships with the first selection race of the Zimbabwean National team for next years World Champs. Drew dominated in the swim to exit first. The pack caught him at the 13km mark and they all came off together. On the run leg Drew covered all the attacks from fellow competitors to surge away with the Category win and overall Race Title.
It was a very successful outing for the SCTA crew. Results below
World Swim Series - Mooloolaba Beach 24.10.15 Jake Hynes - 1st 2km Youth Male - 4th Overall Toby Coote - 1st 2km 40-44 Years Male Elliot Gray - 1st 1km 13-16 Years Male Sam Penny - 1st 1km 40-44 Years Male Taj Jones - 2nd 2km Youth Male Rachel James - 2nd 2km 30-34 Years Female Malin Olson - 2nd 35-39 Years Female Sam Penny - 2nd 2km 40-44 Years Male Claudio Cellie - 3rd 2km Youth Male Kevin Hammond - 3rd 2km 35-39 Years Male Amelia Fleischfresser - 10th 1km 13-16 Years Female
Zimbabwe Sprint Triathlon Selection Race 25.10.15 Drew Williams - 1st 18-19 Years Male - RACE WINER
This weekend we have athletes competing at Noosa Triathlon Festival and World Xterra Championships in Maui. Good luck to all racing.