Wolves fire up at power station


The Power Station Triathlon was a fast, fun event with a few members from the Perth Hills Triathlon Club competing. A late change during the week to the transition area meant the swim course was altered, the bike course had a new start and finish and the run was reversed. This didn’t deter the three wolves who were pumped and ready to go.

The course consisted of a 750m swim, 23km ride and a 4km run. The swim was made easier as almost all of it was with the current. The ride was made up of five laps with a lot of tight turns and a couple of railway crossings. The run was two laps along the windy coastal path. A very flat course meant the hills were not calling today.

Jason was at his first ever triathlon and thought it would be a good idea to see what it was all about before racing in the 70.3 at Busselton next week. He was 3rd fastest out of the water, held his own on the bike and finished 7th in his category.

James thought it was a fun and friendly event and a good way to start off the season. He was only a few seconds behind Jason on the swim and ride but smashed out a 16:50 4km run to finish in a time of 1:13:57. A nice way to stretch out the legs before resting up for the Mandurah Interclubs the following day.

Abdul came into the event thinking he would take it easy as he was also racing at Interclubs on Sunday. He started off by coming out of the water 13th in a time of 15:15. He enjoyed the tight turns on the bike course but was missing the hills and almost lost count of how many laps he had done. A solid run gave him a total time of 1:22:46.

A great day was had by all with another event done for the season but with plenty more to come.