Siobhan Russell, as ever, has been busy recording the activities at the beach. With lots of competitive swims going on and moving closer to the Crosshaven Triathlon, it can get a bit heated at times. Factions and splinter groups definitely appearing….
Blue Seventy vs Orca – gang war line-ups.
It seems it’s getting serious for some…..
I don’t know – and I don’t want to know.
Time to get back to what it’s all about….
Race from the beach – serious Tri preparations going on now.
Speaking of serious swims, Trevor Malone broke the fastest time for an Irish swimmer from Africa to Europe in the last few weeks. As usual, Bernard was straight in for the photo with the returning hero. Here they are – to quote Carol Cashell – brown and browner.
Trevor Malone and Bernard Lynch.
The red-head convention is under way shortly in Crosshaven, but Joleen Cronin still has to get her work done for her first attempt at the Crosshaven Triathlon on September 7th. She’s pictured below with fellow first-timer, Clodagh Monks and our intrepid photographer, Siobhan. 150 individuals and 60 teams are entered and entries are closed. Another fantastic effort by all concerned.
Clodagh Monks, Siobhan Russell & Joleen Cronin – ginger, anyone?
Finally, apparently Tara O’Connell was determined to show off her Barleycove Riviera tan, so this picture was sent for inclusion….
Orlando Hill, Tara O’Connell, Siobhan Russell & Claire Canning.
Keep swimming and remember – Marlin and Dory had to swim 1,568 miles to find Nemo – you can just go to the Dutchman and back if you prefer, although you may not find Nemo there.