Challenge Wanaka – cycle leg
Thought for the day…” If you cannot do great things, then do small things in a great way”.
” Problems are not stop signs, they are guidelines”.
Four photos from the cycle stage of the Challenge Wanaka traithlon. Coming around the final turn before the transition to the running leg, these competitors will have already completed the swimming leg and are almost at the end of the cycling stage. Those doing the full triathlon will have swum 3.8 km and will have cycled 180 km, with ‘just’ the 42.2 km (marathon) to complete. Some competitors enter the 1/2 challenge, with about 1500 people taking part in Challenge Wanaka this year. The Dutch cyclist Fred Rompelberg holds the speed record for cycling, having achieved 268 km/h on the Bonneville Salt Flats in the USA. The next Challenge Wanaka will be on 21st February 2016. Book now !
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