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Vitruvian 2015 – The Results

Vitruvian 2015 Results

Vitruvian 2015 Results

Stunning weather was the order of the day for athletes competing in the 13th edition of the Vitruvian Triathlon at Rutland Water today. Congratulations to all finishers who were crowned Vitruvians.

Richard Ebbage (Royal Navy/Royal Marines/Triolo) won the mens race in a very respectable 04:02:21 from Daniel Sims (Centaur Velohouse/Bonk) 04:10:01 taking 2nd and Ben Terry (RAF Triathlon) 04:11:30 securing 3rd.

In the womens race Kelly Murphy claimed the win in 04:35:55, 5 minutes clear of 2nd place Melissa Dowell (Born 2 Tri) 04:40:28 with Emma-Lea Davis (Westcroft Tri Club) 04:45:32 rounding out the top 3.

Provisional results can be found here. Complete and final results will be posted on the site on Wednesday 2nd September after 5pm. Any queries relating to results must be submitted by e-mail prior to this date.

We would also like to thank all the volunteers, staff, officials and sponsors for making this years Vitruvian such a success.

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