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Andrew Hedgman is not shy of ultra running adventures, the latest in June when he ran from Brisbane to Sydney, a distance just on 1000kms.
Some might call this strange or even crazy and they are probably right, why on earth would somebody want to put their body through that kind of stress? The Kiwi that resides in Australia started his latest challenge on the 16 in Brisbane and making Sydney by the 30 June.
In the women’s pro race, Kessler emerged from the water with her nose ahead of swim specialist Rebecca Clarke of New Zealand.
Then on the bike, the American opened up a lead before she was caught at the bike turn in Reporoa by the in-form Kiwi Amelia Watkinson.
"I was preparing to run 1000 km's from Brisbane to Sydney.
There were three reasons for this, the first was that I wanted to see if I still had what it takes to run these kinds of distances.
Dutchy has made it to the cover of The Police Association Victoria's Journal magazine.
Not surprising that people are getting interested because the cause is important! Read the full article by Peter Hanlon by clicking the link below: New for 2017 is our winter range.
Just after claiming her third straight first-place win at IRONMAN Arizona, globe-trotting Ventum pro Meredith Kessler headed halfway across the world to New Zealand…
and went on to clinch her fifth straight win in the IRONMAN Taupo 70.3 this weekend! In the women's race, American Meredith Kessler, who has snared five straight Ironman titles in Taupo, clung on to claim a dramatic victory by eight seconds from the fast-charging Brit Laura Siddall in a thrilling duel.
Meredith Kessler won the female race, leading from wire to wire.