June 2012
Australian Triathlete;Jun/Jul2012, Vol. 19 Issue 7, p14
The article offers information on the winners of the 2012 Julia Creek Cannington Dirt n Dust Triathlon in Northwest Queensland, Australia. The top fastest men who swam 800 meters (m) in the muddey waters of Eastern Creek, rode 25 kilometers (km) on the highway and ran 5km in the outback town include Sam Betten, Luke Henry and Max Fegan. It also notes the top fastest women including Emma Jackson, Rachael Paxton and Kate Georgias.


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