N1 Tri Club’s Lucy Le Cocq stars in New Zealand
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The triathlon season kicked off last weekend and it was a day for all at East Devon’s N1 Tri Club to celebrate.
Vet Lucy Le Cocq is well known to the farming community in both East Devon and Dorset as she has often been the one who has come racing to save an animal in trouble!
On Saturday, far away in Taupo New Zealand, Lucy was being watched on live video link by many of her clubmates as she took part in a different race - The New Zealand Ironman.
She completed the 2.4-mile swim,112-mile bike ride and 26.2-mile run in a shade under 14 hours.
In doing so she became the first club member of 2015 to join its growing ‘Ironman roll of honour’.
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In the Sidmouth Aquathalon 600 metre swim and 5km run, Rebecca Carter won the senior women race despite only recently recovering from a broken arm.
Patrick Livingstone was representing Devon in the County Cross Country Championships on Saturday, but still managed to finish second junior and third overall in the men’s race.
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Other club members were also taking part and a special mention goes out to Charlotte McKechnie in her first race.
In Powys, Wales, Sprint Triathlon, James Sibley showed huge early season promise with a seventh place finish in the senior men’s race.
With training events and members from all over East Devon the N1 Tri Club is certainly flourishing. Find out more on all things N1 Tri Club by visiting www.n1tri.club