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R2.co.nz Webcast: Challenge Wanaka Triathlon 21/1/12

Webcast of the Challenge Wanaka Triathlon. The webcast is on Saturday 21 January 2012, and will run from approximately 5:30am NZ Time, until end of the event. Live streams should be available from approximately 5:15am

Due to the nature of live events, you may need to reload the player page, press the play button to start the video feed or wait a few moments until the video begins.

Video courtesy r2.co.nz. Alternative bit rates are available here - includes link for mobile devices.

After the event, recordings will be made available, at r2.co.nz.

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