Cassie Percival did herself proud, finishing second in her category, the womens 25-29 division, at Goondiwindi’s Hell of the West triathlon.
Cassie Percival did herself proud, finishing second in her category, the womens 25-29 division, at Goondiwindi’s Hell of the West triathlon.

Top effort at 'helluva' triathlon

TRIATHLON: Competing in the Goondiwindi Hell of the West triathlon was never going to be easy – but the Fraser Coast participants did themselves proud.

Cassie Percival, competing in the womens 25-29 division, came in second in a time of four hours, 50 minutes.

Carla Thomas, competing for the first time, came seventh in the same division in a time of five hours, 17 minutes.

Sandra Collin finished third in the 55-59 ladies division with a time of six hours, 25 minutes, and Steven Schofield finished fourth in the mens 35-39 division.

Schofield recorded a time of four hours, one minute – the best time of all the Fraser Coast competitors.

Lars Olsen finished fifth in the mens 25-29 division with a time of four hours, 16 minutes, while Scott Farrell finished ninth in the same division.

He finished with a time of four hours, 20 minutes. Hayden Lyons finished 11th in that category.



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