Reed does superbly in the British National Triathlon Championships

PUBLISHED: 09:03 17 July 2013 | UPDATED: 09:03 17 July 2013

On Saturday AVR athlete Luke Reed took part in the British National Triathlon Championships in Liverpool, writes Dave Mutter.

He had a very solid swim and bike, but suffered a bit in the heat in the run. However, he still managed a personal best over the Olympic distance race.

The distances were 1500m swim in the Albert Dock which Luke completed in 25:39, then managed 1:03:45 for the 40k four-lap, fast and flat bike course. Onto the run around the Albert Docks that Luke completed in 39:52, giving him an overall time of 2:13:57 and 61st out of 140 in his age group.

Luke said: “This being the national championshops the standard was incredible, this race attracted the best non-professional Triathletes from all corners of the country, with 40 people going under the twi hour mark! It was good to be part of such a high quality race”.

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