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Jun 19

Blackwood Marathon success carries into 36th year

Blackwood Marathon success carries into 36th year Paddlers come to the end of their leg at Jayes’ Bridge.
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Newest Hall of Fame recipient Ian T’Hart.

A German visitor enjoyed the day and found a baby kangaroo to fuss over.

Team “Cait and the boys Krank it up”: Peter Andrews, Mat Duncan, Kimberley Ranson and Scott Prest.

Out and about: Kris Miller and Nick Bush enjoy the afternoon ambience following the race.

Team “Old Docs”: super vets with a combined age of 277 years – Jim Sharp, Peter Bath, Tony Van Merwyk and Richard Lang relax after the race.

Team “3 Has Beens, 2 Would Be’s”: Paul Read, Rob McLoughlin, Rowen Langridge, Louie Luciani and Shane Read.

Ric Wheatley, Barry Shephard, John Awcock, Marty Wallace and Jim Taylor enjoying themselves after the event.

Stacey Applin and Alison Wheatley.

Dick Wittenoom and John Ranieri help out behind the scenes.

Tim Saunders and Megan Richards represent their team “Lifesports – Mr Bill”.

Team “Narrogin Juniors” – Bill Wiese, Sophie Potts, Brendan Pratt and Dan Wiese won the Under 18’s open competition.

Sarah and Tim Wiese won the individual Iron woman and Ironman competitions.

Team “Five Abreast” Super-vet ladies winners: Jo Pearson, Di Hollett, Rachel Jackson, Liz Corrigan & Lyn Whitney

Toby Ward and Tim Davies represent their team “Lifesports – The Kids” who won the Under 18’s non-equestrian.

Former Ironman champions Stephen Brown and Clive Choate talk tactics.

Rusty Ironman Trevor Neaves pushes through the rain during the cycle leg.

Stephen Brown and Lynne Choate at the cycle start.

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