Noosa Results

Noosa Results

Post by Aus12075 » Mon, 30 Nov 1998 04:00:00


Congrats to Nick Radkewich (5th) and Abe Rogers (11th) for the great finishes
at Noosa in Australia.  The very..very best were there from down under and the
USA did well in tough conditions on enemy soil.

AUS1

 
 
 

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Post by Simon Hai » Mon, 30 Nov 1998 04:00:00

Aus1207552 says...
Quote:

>Congrats to Nick Radkewich (5th) and Abe Rogers (11th) for the great finishes
>at Noosa in Australia.  The very..very best were there from down under and the
>USA did well in tough conditions on enemy soil.

>AUS1

Gee, I'm not sure I'd call them tough.  A little warm maybe but apart from that
I'd have called the conditions almost perfect.

AJ (Noosa MOP)
--
If swimming is so good for the figure, explain whales
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Illawarra Triathlon Club - Australia
http://members.xoom.com/ajsimon/index.htm   <---- New web site      


 
 
 

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Post by Mike Bund » Tue, 01 Dec 1998 04:00:00

I agree -- it was perfect warm Noosa weather.

-- MB.

Quote:

>Aus1207552 says...

>>Congrats to Nick Radkewich (5th) and Abe Rogers (11th) for the great
finishes
>>at Noosa in Australia.  The very..very best were there from down under
and the
>>USA did well in tough conditions on enemy soil.

>>AUS1
>Gee, I'm not sure I'd call them tough.  A little warm maybe but apart
from that
>I'd have called the conditions almost perfect.

>AJ (Noosa MOP)
>--
>If swimming is so good for the figure, explain whales
>-----------------------------------------------------------------------
-----
>Simon Haigh
>Illawarra Triathlon Club - Australia
>http://members.xoom.com/ajsimon/index.htm   <---- New web site



 
 
 

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Post by Phil » Tue, 01 Dec 1998 04:00:00

Enemy soil? Really, things must've changed since I was there ;-)

Phil

Quote:

>Congrats to Nick Radkewich (5th) and Abe Rogers (11th) for the great
finishes
>at Noosa in Australia.  The very..very best were there from down under and
the
>USA did well in tough conditions on enemy soil.

>AUS1