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Start Training - Entries Have Opened for 2014 Hutt City Tri

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Start training - entries have opened for 2014 Hutt City Tri

14 August 2014

Be brave and sign up to this year’s Hutt City Tri while there’s still more than three months to train.

Entries opened this week for the popular ‘beginner’ Triathlon, Duathlon and Shoe Clinic 5 km run on Sunday 23 November 2014.

The event is often touted as a ‘beginner triathlon’ because it’s a great, achievable goal for regularly active people. Registrations have started strong because the event is also a great warm up for the triathlon season.

Competitors are encouraged to sign up now at http://www.huttcitytri.co.nz/

All the events are timed so people can challenge themselves, workmates, friends, family and schoolmates.

The Hutt City Tri website has all the information people need http://www.huttcitytri.co.nz/


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