Review of 2019.

PACTRAC held their AGM and Prize Presentation on Saturday 14th November, with the following 16 Trophies being awarded:

Club Champion – ANDY CORNER.

Club Champion Ladies – SUSIE FREEMAN.

Vet Club Champion – ANDY CORNER.

Ladies Vet Club Champion – WILLOW WORTHINGTON.

SuperVet Club Champion – STEVE HOPE.

Ladies SuperVet Club Champion – SUE DAVYS.

Mini-Series – AARON GODDEN.

Ladies Mini-Series – SUSIE FREEMAN.

Junior – JONATHAN ARNOLD.

Mid-Distance – ANDY CORNER.

Standard-Distance – TONY DANIELS.

Duathlon – JONNY HYNES.

Outstanding Performance – JONATHAN OAKEY.

PACTRACer of the Year – TERRY MURPHY.

Most Improved – ROGER CANHAM.

Best Novice – JAKE DANIELS.

The latter four Trophies were decided by the Committee. We had some particularly outstanding performances this year, with;

OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE: [Jonathan Oakey]

We had many outstanding results, but some of them are here. Jonathan Oakey was awarded the Trophy for winning the National Junior Super Series outright. He has forced his way to the very top of the UK Junior rankings.

Roger Canham – 2 World Championship GOLD MEDALS in the World Long Course and Challenge Championships.

Susie Freeman --AsKeenAsMustard swim run, Grafham Water. 1st lady. 2nd overall by 14 seconds and just lost out on the final run.

Paul Lunn. 3X Ironman. Twice in the top 10 Mini-Series all time best results. Twice broke the Mini-Series bike split record.

Terry Murphy. Ironman PB at Copenhagen. Age Group 1st. Qualified for the Ironman World Championships in Hawaii.

Jonathan Oakey – only went and won the National Junior Super Series!!!

Jonathan Ratcliffe – has now swam all 7 swims that make up the Ocean Challenge. This year he swam the last three - the Tsugarustrait in Japan, the Catalina Channel in California, and in a final dash for the line, Jonathan swam the 14-mile Cook Strait in New Zealand, in early December, to complete the challenge.

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BEST NOVICE: [Jake Daniels]

Jake Daniels competed in 5 Mini-Series races and recorded 5 PB's, taking his time down from 64:25 to 56:33.

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MOST IMPROVED: [Roger Canham]

Roger Canham had a good claim on this, having won 2 World Championships. It is easier to improve quickly when you first come into a sport, but Roger has been around for many years and has still managed to improve.

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PACTRACer of the YEAR: [Terry Murphy]

Terry Murphy has guided the club races this year as Race Director, and had a major part in promoting the first Peterborough Schools Triathlon in June.

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