We couldn't be happier with the efforts put out by Andrea Hopkins and Jono Considine at 70.3 worlds in Mont Tremblant.
Andrea came through with a 4th place in her age group and a new PB on the swim and run!!
Jono has come ALONG way with pacing and strategy and it paid off yesterday as he ran in for a new PB over the 70.3 distance.
Now it's time to regroup of the next event. Andrea is Boise bound for her last block leading into Kona.
Jono is heading to Kona for his next block of training. I think you'll find him riding repeats on the Queen K or up Havi.
Note from Andrea on 70.3 Worlds (FB)
We'll have more info from them in the coming days!!
Super happy right now! Super tough course but absolutely spectacular!! PB swim and run times. 4th in age cat. Thanks #IM703worlds you put on a great event. #TeamOZ #swim #bike #run #triathlon #MontTremblant
Thanks #GKEndurance Kate Bevilaqua and Guy Crawford!! You are an amazing coach and have been a great support offering some great advice along the way and teaching me to embrace the pain :-) Thank you!! See you both tomorrow!! And bring on the next big race now!!
Thanks to Marianne Hutchinson for coming all the way from Melbourne to support. Amazing friend x And to all my family and friends your messages of support have been greatly appreciated!
Special shout out to Joe Vaughan for coming on those King Lake rides. They came in handy today that's for sure!!
Note from Jono On 70.3 Worlds (FB)
Without a doubt the best race I have ever put together! Would not have got anywhere close to that without the guidance of Guy Crawford, and Kate Bevilaqua. Of course having a training group the quality of the Ashes certainly helps, thanks guys, Mark McKenzie, Mark Luckin, Sean Jermy, Lisa Luckin, and The Andy Cat.