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International Stars Take Victory

Two international athletes took the honours in the 2008 Nepean Triathlon, the first time this has occurred. Ireland’s Bryan Keane won the men’s title with Chile’s Barbara Riveros taking the women’s title. Barbara also took the outright title for the women…

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Beven and King Return

Joanne King returned to the Nepean Triathlon 10 years after her last victory in 1997 to claim her 3rd Nepean title overall. Another former winner, Brad Beven, who won in 1990, returned as a guest of the event to compete…

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4 Legends Emerge

Nepean Triathlon Legends

The year the locals took their race back. The handicap system was again used which saw two Penrith teenagers and training buddies, Adrian Comminotto and Brittany Orr, fight it out for the outright honours. Adrian managed to catch Brittany with…

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Race Numbers Rebound

The Saturday enticer events became a permanent part of the Nepean Weekend. The competitor numbers begin to pick up (almost reaching 1000) with the Saturday events becoming more and more popular. Race winner from the ACT Academy of sport was…

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Enticer Triathlons Introduced

Now getting settled at the new venue the race organisers decided to include some kids and shorter triathlons on the Saturday before the Nepean Triathlon (The Nepean Enticer Triathlons). This move increased the participation for the weekend to almost 900,…

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Post Olympics Triathlon Hype

Nepean Triathlon 2000

The Olympics had just been held in September in Sydney with Triathlon featuring for the first time with Aussie Michellie Jones taking silver in the women’s event. Triathlon has appeared in the Olympics ever since. Leigh Chapman returned in 2000…

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