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Strong field contests Inverloch triathlon

JUST over 80 people took on the Bass Coast Barracudas Twilight Triathlon in Inverloch on Saturday.

Participants completed a 500 metre swim at the Inverloch Inlet, a 25 kilometre bike ride to Cape Paterson and a five kilometre run.

Wonthaggi’s Matt Sullivan placed first with a ripper time of one hour, five minutes and 14 seconds, Aidan Rich placed second after completing the triathlon in one hour, six minutes and 54 seconds and Jarrod Peachey completed the race in one hour, seven minutes and 26 seconds.

Inverloch’s Kelsey Buxton was the first woman to cross the finish line after completing the race in one hour, 23 minutes and 37 seconds followed by Amanda Fontaine with one hour, 24 minutes and 23 seconds.

The third woman to cross the line was Melissa Jones with a time of one hour, 24 minutes and 44 seconds.

Good work: first and second females to cross the finish line for the Bass Coast Twilight Triathlon held in Inverloch on Saturday Kelsey Buxton from Inverloch and Amanda Fontaine from Moe.

Well done: Kelsey Buxton from Inverloch was the first female to cross the finish line at the Bass Coast Twilight Triathlon in Inverloch on Saturday.

High achievers: Matt Sullivan formally from Wonthaggi and Trent Hamilton from Wonthaggi participated in the Bass Coast Twilight Triathlon on Saturday.

Well done: third place recipient Jarrod Peachey from Traralgon and first place recipient Matt Sullivan formally from Wonthaggi performed well in the Bass Coast Twilight Triathlon held in Inverloch on Saturday.

Successful race: around 80 people participated in the Bass Coast Twilight Triathlon held in Inverloch on Saturday.

Big effort: Matt Sullivan originally from Wonthaggi placed first with a time of one hour and five minutes in the Bass Coast Twilight Triathlon in Inverloch on Saturday.

Fitness race: Aidan Rich placed second in the Bass Coast Twilight Triathlon in Inverloch on Saturday with a time of one hour and six minutes.

Big race: Jarrod Peachey from Traralgon placed third in the Bass Coast Twilight Triathlon in Inverloch on Saturday with a time of one hour and seven minutes.

Ready to race: Ash and Clare Peterson from Inverloch put all of their effort into the Bass Coast Twilight Triathlon held in Inverloch on Saturday.

Pre race: Bill Barry from Loch and Kris Harris from Cowes took part in the Bass Coast Triathlon held in Inverloch on Saturday.

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