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Stroke & Stride Series

Mon, 08 Nov 2004

Stroke & Stride Series

The season opener of this summer's Structured Finance sponsored Stroke & Stride Series starts at 6.15pm on Wednesday, November 10th at St Heliers Bay in Auckland, New Zealand.

Current champions Brent Foster and Nicole Cope have eight races to defend their titles against the best SWIMRUN athletes in the world over the next five months and share in the more than $25,000 in prize money on offer.

CALENDAR Wednesday November 10 2004 swim 500m / run 5km Wednesday November 24 2004 swim 750m / run 4km Wednesday December 8 2004 swim 1000m / run 3km Tuesday January 11 2005 swim 1000m / run 3km Tuesday January 25 2005 swim 750m / run 4km Tuesday February 8 2005 swim 500m / run 5km Tuesday February 22 2005 swim 750m / run 5km Wednesday March 9 2005 swim 1000m / run 4km

Information, race results etc is available by contacting the Stroke & Stride, details below.

http://www.stride.co.nz

ENDS

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