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A good field of 24

There was a field of 24 athletes for the Cobar Athletics & Triathlon Squad’s November triathlon handicapped event on Sunday. Two individuals and a team tackled the long course (500m swim/20km ride/4km run); six individuals and two teams took on the short course (300m swim/10km ride/2km run); and eight junior […]

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Zac Broughton triumphs on his debut into triathlons

There were 12 starters for the Cobar Athletics & Triathlon Squad’s (CATS) February Triathlon event on Sunday including a number of junior athletes making their debut into the sport. One of those was the handicapped short course and handicapped overall winner Zac Broughton. Broughton had well underestimated his abilities and […]

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Athletes push themselves for triathlon event

Many might see a triathlon as a race of athletes against other athletes, but for many of those athletes it’s more about the race they run against themselves. The Cobar Athletics & Triathlon Squad (CATS) club fosters this belief by running handicapped events and rewarding athletes who continue to improve. […]

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Australia Day got off to a quick start

  Cobar’s Australia Day activities yesterday got off to a quick start with the senior and junior triathlon events first off the mark on this year’s Australia Day program. Both were well attended with 33 tackling the senior course organised by the Cobar Athletics & Triathlon Squad (CATS) while there […]

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Local triathlons gaining in popularity

The Cobar Athletics & Triathlon Squad’s (CATS) monthly triathlon events are gaining in popularity with a record number of 33 competitors lining up on Sunday morning for the January event at the Cobar Memorial Swimming Pool. Club president Zoë Harland said they were very pleased with the big turn out […]