5 weeks until LOCH loMAN

NOW ONLY 5 weeks until LOCH loMAN Triathlons.

Hello, I have been working (and drinking) at the Australian comedy festivals for the past 3 months. If you have been trying to contact me but not yet had a reply, sorry. I have a huge pile of emails to plough through.

There has been fresh snowfall on the Southern Munros and as such the loch is still BALTIC… Tri Scotland referee Robert McCulloch and the guys from Lomond Masters had a wee swim over the weekend and the temp is  6.4c. That’s a whole degree colder than this time last year.

Time to start getting your body acclimatised to the cold open water. Start with small, short duration dips and gradually build up your time and effort in the water.

As with last year we strongly advise you purchase neoprene gloves, boots and hat. These can be purchased locally at Lomo. The event has a rules exemption allowing boots and gloves to be worn by athletes in the water. As with last year, it will become compulsory to wear them during the swim if the water temperature is below 12.5c.

It is our utmost aim that with this rule exemption and no matter the water temperature, we will have full distance swims for the sprint and standard. Keeping the middle swim at the full distance is going to be more tricky.

As with last year we will have heated marquees for transition changing. We have also acquired a large quantity of carpeting for transition and some of the run from beach to transition.

Registration & Transition set up times

Sorry, there has been a wee bit of confusion about registration times. The correct times are:

Middle Distance

Registration – Saturday afternoon 12noon – 6pm*

Transition set up – Sunday 5.30am – 6.30am

Standard Distance

Registration – Saturday afternoon 12noon – 6pm*

Transition set up – Sunday 5.30am – 7am

Sprint Distance

Registration – Saturday afternoon 12noon – 6pm & Sunday 7am – 7.30am

Transition set up – Sunday 5.30am – 8am

*There will be facilities for a very small number of athletes travelling from far away  and not staying overnight near the race venue to register in the morning of the race. You must arrange this in advance.

Photo ID and / or TS race license required for registration

CUT OFF TIMES

A few of you have been asking about cut off times. Our main concern is the amount of time you are in the cold water and the duration that cyclists are on the early section of the A82 from Balloch R/about to Arden R/about.

Most of you have estimated a 1900m swim time of 45mins or below. You might be able to swim that pace in the pool no problem, but in colder water it will take you significantly longer.

There’s no point in swimming 1900m in under 45mins if you are going to get hypothermia. So, depending on the water temperature, the swim cut offs will be decided closer to event day by Robert our Tri Scotland Technical Official in conjunction with Alan and the head of water safety.

Once you are out on the bike there will be no official cut off for those in the Standard or Sprint distance events. Just get yourselves round the course quickly and safely

For Middle distance athletes the longest that your own estimates have stated for Swim & Bike time is 5hrs 45mins, so the cut off for getting back to T2 – 12.45pm. This will allow us to open the car park at 1pm.

Lots more info to come. Get in the water asap.

Awrabest Alan

 

2016 LOCH loMAN Triathlons – Entry now open

Entry for the 2016 edition of LOCH loMAN triathlons is now open.

https://www.entrycentral.com/lochloman

Sunday 22nd May 2016, Loch Lomond Shores, Balloch. A solar water heater for the loch has been ordered.

Middle, Standard & Sprint Triathlons

150 places for Middle.
200 places for Standard.
100 places for Sprint.

Over 1/3 of available place have already been taken. This year Standard and Sprint sold out in under 1 week. Get entering quick, quick, quick.

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LOCH loMAN 2016 date confirmed

LOCH loMAN Triathlons are returning to Loch Lomond Shores in 2016. A solar water heater for the loch has been ordered.

Sunday 22nd May 2016

Middle, Standard & Sprint Triathlons

150 places for Middle.
200 places for Standard.
100 places for Sprint.

This year Standard and Sprint sold out in under 1 week.

****** Entries Open Friday 28th August 9pm ******

LOCH longMAN Iron Distance is provisionally scheduled for Sun 11th Sept 2016. More details to follow.

Following feedback from athletes, the swim and bike courses will be the same as 2015. The run course and transition will have a few wee tweaks to make them flow more smoothly.

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Full Results, Wee Beastie & LOCH longMAN

Thanks to everyone who has submitted event feedback and highlighted timing issues. We will get those sorted in the next day or so and the finalised times posted here and sent to Triathlon Scotland for race rankings.

So, what next? One of the most fun events on the Scottish Tri calendar is Lomond Masters Beastie Triathlon. It takes place as part of the Balloch Highland Games so there is always a fun family atmosphere.

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The original Loch Lomond Triathlon. Perfect for those new to triathlon. Short swim, easy off road bike through Balloch park and a wee jog. All as part of the Balloch Highland Games, so a great day for the family.

If that is too short a race length for you, then look what we’ve got up our sleeves for next year LOCH longMAN .

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LOCH longMAN cycle loop. 113 hilly miles of 2.5 circuits of A82, Haul Rd, Faslane, Garelochhead, Kilcreggan, Coulport, Faslane, Glen Fruin, A82

Based once again in Balloch, LOCH longMAN will feature a 2.4mile swim, 113 mile cycle and a 26.2 mile run.

If you thought the tarmac of the Haul Rd was in excellent condition, then you will be amazed to know that Coulport’s is even nicer with spectacular views down Firth of Clyde towards Arran.

Gareloch looking north to the Arrochar Alps, The Cobbler and Ben Nanairn.
Gareloch looking north to the Arrochar Alps, The Cobbler and Ben Nanairn.
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Kilcreggan looking across to Greenock and Dunoon.
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Coulport’s Peaton Hill. Makes the Glen Fruin climb look like a downhill.
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Top of Coulport’s Peaton Hill looking towards Faslane.

LOCH longMAN will take place in late summer 2016. There will be a small test event in September 2015. More details to follow.

Less than a 30 minute drive from Scotland’s Largest city, Glasgow, the LOCH longMAN course uses some of the quietest, but best maintained, roads in the UK. Added to that it has some of the best views of any triathlon course. Loch Lomond, Ben Lomond, Arrochar Alps, 2 nuclear bases, the Firth of Clyde, Arran, Ailsa Craig, Loch Long and two whisky distilleries.

LOCH loMAN will still take place in late May/ early June in a similar format to last weekend’s races. LOCH loMAN was created to give Scottish athletes a tough middle distance tri to train at a month prior to the main European iron distance races.

ImacImages Photography Photos and Athlete Feedback

This morning the ache in your legs will have reminded you of the ordeal you went through yesterday. Yesterday’s conditons mean that for many of you it was the hardest day of triathlon racing you have endured / enjoyed. In the days and months to come your memory will fade.

To help remind you, Scotland’s best sports photographer ImacImages Photography was at yesterday’s inaugural LOCH loMAN Triathlon.

You can see his full set of images at http://lifestyle.imacimages.com/?border_gallery=lochloman-2015

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LOCH loMAN Standard Distance Triathlon swim start
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Hear no evil, see no evil, speak of evil then point at evil.
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Dropping towards Faslane faster than the career of Submariner who leaked safety documents.
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Glen Fruin climb. Otherwise known as “That B@$7@RD hill”.
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After all those hills on the bike this Yorkshire triathlete’s enjoying the flat riverside run.

Your feedback please

It has been great reading so many of your race reports on various Facebook pages.  Yesterday was the first edition of LOCH loMAN. As a first time triathlon race director I have learned a hell of a lot from yesterday. I want to make this race into one of the best on the Scottish calendar – the route deserves it to one day become a championship event. Yes I know that means more hard work, doing things a bit different and making changes. Several small errors were made yesterday, however I hope that once they were identified the team did their best to rectify them rapidly.

To help me make the necessary improvement please fill in the below feedback form. Please be as candid as possible.

Thank you for racing and thank you for taking the time to help me improve things for future events.

Awrabest Alan

Wind chill ain’t brill – so says Celtman & Highland Warrior winner Graeme Stewart

In the last post a few auld timers discussed warming up before going in the cold water. Well the thing is, once you’re out the water the cold will really begin to bite. As you can see from the 2 charts below the air temperature is predicted to be 7c with gusting westerly winds in excess of 30mph. That’s going to be quite a headwind on the Haul Rd.

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Celtman winner and Triathlon Coach Graeme Stewart gives his thoughts.

Graeme Stewart coming out of a very cold Loch Linnhe on his way to winning Highland Warrior 2012. Behind him the gorgeousness that is multiple Scottish Vet Champ Andy Turnbull of Stirling Tri club.

Checking the weather forecast it looks like the air temp may be below the water temp, in the single figures, which is especially punishing. The most likely time to get hypothermic is in the first 10k of the bike if you go out wet.

Typically for warmer or short races you will not have a problem wearing race kit below your wetsuit. For cold and wet conditions that is not advisable.

Where the temperature is very low below 10oC or duration is longer, avoiding hypothermia is the main priority.

DO NOT wear your cycling/triathlon kit below your wetsuit, wear something else e.g. trunks, technical T-shirt, surfing rash top.

DO keep your cycle/triathlon kit dry and warm in T1 and get properly dry before heading out on the bike. Hand or foot warmer in shoes and gloves can help get the blood flowing back to the feet and hands.*

You wouldn’t go out the house for a mid winter bike ride wet and only wearing a tri suit. Why do so on a cold, wet and windy race. Make sure you wrap up with a good wind proof jacket and gloves.

Remember the swim is just the first part of a much longer race and it will not be much fun if you get too cold.

* Graeme’s recommendation about hand / feet warmers is a great one. We already have on order Little Hotties hand and feet warmers for all Middle Distance athletes. You will get these at T1. Simply place them in your socks at the back of your heel and either in your glove under your wrist or the cuff of your sleeve. The heat will the radiate through to your blood as it heads towards your feet and hands. DO NOT place them in your shoe or palm of your hand. The constant pressure will make them less effective.

Stuart Macleod, Stewart Bailey and John Dargie give advice on cold water swims

Over the past week lots and lots of you have be chatting on social media about how to cope with the cold water in Loch Lomond. So I have asked 3 stalwarts of the Scottish Triathlon scene to give you their advice.

Stuart Macleod is a bit of an extreme / endurance mentalist. A lover of all things Swim Run and cold. Alongside the wonderfully gobby Alan Cardwell, last year he completed the Celtman course on the WINTER Solstice. See the video below.

If you have ever done Ayrodynamic’s OW race at Doonfoot you will have seen Stewart Bailey crawling along the river bed setting the lane ropes out. His latest quest is to swim a mile in Scotland’s 104 largest lochs – The man has invented Lochbagging!!!

Finally Fusion Triathlon Club’s John Dargie give us his take.

But before all that… The water temperature yesterday hit 12c late afternoon. It is looking more and more likely that we will get a swim in excess of 1km. We are fully aware that most of you have not had many opportunities to for open water swims this year, so no matter what the temperature, you will be allowed neoprene gloves, socks and hat. Compulsory if it somehow drops below 11c.

Also there has been some rumour of people talking about not doing the swim at all, but taking the slowest swim time + 2mins penalty. Any one who does not complete the swim under their own power (e.g. gets pulled out by safety crew) will get an adjusted time, but you will not get an official placing.

Stuart Macleod

Preparation:

Swimming in cold water requires you to adapt the body to getting used to colder water and air temperatures. The adaptation process should be done well in advance of the event. You will soon become physically and mentally ready for the colder temperatures.

On the day:

Raising the core temperature ahead of a cold water swim can help. To do this I sometimes like to run immediately before the swim. The most challenging part of cold water swimming is often that first few seconds in the water, after which your body adjusts and it becomes easier. I typically use a neoprene vest under my wetsuit in additional to a neoprene cap for insulation. It’s essential to ensure you keep yourself warm.

 Stewart Bailey

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Ready for a Cold Water Race?

Don’t panic, use “Stewarty Boy’s five point plan”

You have an open water race and the predicted water temperature is less than cold. On social media, you read chat about how cold the water is going to be and how bad it will be. You may have entered a world of negativity.

You could say something like “no worries” and think positive. Alternatively, you could opt to concentrate on the immediate task and act positive. Being prepared, warming up and staying warm.

How we approach a race is individual, my favoured approach faced with an open water race where water temperatures are cold or even less than cold, is always the same. You can call it “Stewarty Boy’s five point plan”. Warm up, wetsuit on, stay warm, warm up, stay dry, smile and rock n roll.

Here it is in more detail.

[1] Warm Up: Start with some dynamic stretching, about five minutes. If you are not sure about dynamic stretching, fake it. If you have seen swimmers rotating their arms in different ways on poolside, just imitate. That will get the job done.

Then it is time to go for an easy run, 10-15 minutes. Make sure you are wearing plenty of clothes, it’s important not to get cold. In fact, at this point it would be good to be too hot. You could include three to five sprints, no more than 10 seconds hard effort, followed by an easy jog back for recovery.

[2] Wetsuit On: Without allowing yourself to cool down get your wetsuit on, no “faffing”.

[3] Stay Warm: If conditions are cold, windy or you may be hanging around for a while, put an old jumper, hoodie or coat and an old pair of socks. Especially old clothes you plan to throw away, you can walk to the water’s edge wearing them.

[4] More Warm Up: Once you have, your wetsuit on you can continue with some more dynamic stretching, use swim cords if you have them, a short run or even some star jumps. Apart from warming up, if these activities build up a layer of sweat in your wetsuit you are going to be a lot more comfortable when you immerse yourself in the water.

[5] Stay Dry: Do not get into the water until you need to. If it is a beach or pontoon start, wet you face before the start, nothing else. If it is a deep-water start, hang back so that you get to the start line just in time.

Now, this does not all happen by magic. You will have had to bring all the kit you need to warm up and stay warm. You will also need to have set aside enough time. I make that 25-30 minutes. Do not forget you might also have a race briefing. So check the race details, make a plan, and maybe you will update that social media, “I’m feeling good about this” #triathlon #awesome.

Now, go rock your race !

John Dargie

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COLD WATER WARM UP / PREPARATION

The following is a guide to help participants deal as best possible with cold water conditions for swimming.

 KIT:

Your wetsuit should fit well – baggy wetsuits fill with cold water and don’t work at all!!  V tight wetsuits don’t allow water to enter and so are also cold.  If wearing hats, cloves or socks / booties try to ensure that these fit well also.  Socks / booties should be placed underneath the leg of your wetsuit or they will probably drag and continually fill with cold water!!  Wearing a couple of silicon swim hats or hats on top of a neoprene swim hat is the best option.

 COLD WATER FAMILIARISATION:

Entering cold water can be a real shock physically and mentally – practice in advance at a coached session if possible.  If that’s not possible practice cold water immersion in a shower or bath or even just placing your face into a bowl of iced water – it will familiarise you with the physical and emotional response and allow you to remain calmer.

WARM UP:

Your wetsuit works by allowing a small layer of water to enter the suit and your body temperature warming it.  DO NOT BE COLD GETTING INTO THE WATER!!  If you are cold, shivering and have cold skin entering the water you are liable to not warm up!!  Stay warm whilst getting into your wetsuit – do this after a small jog with plenty of clothes on to ensure you are warm before you start.  Keep warm socks and gloves on as you get into your suit.  When in the suit keep a hat and gloves and trainers on if possible to stay warm – a waterproof jacket on top of the wetsuit helps also if exposed to cold air or wind.  KEEP MOVING.  Do a land based warm up with press ups, butterfly arm circles, calf raises and squats etc. to stay warm.  Keep an eye on the clock for your start time – don’t be late but don’t be ages early hanging around getting cold.

 WATER ENTRY:

Don’t rush but definetely don’t wait!!  The slower you do this the greater the chance of getting cold.  But a swan dive into cold water is likely to be a huge physical shock!!!   Try to enter the water smoothly and calmly without stopping and swim soon after entering.  Walk till thigh deep then gently squat down and put face in the water.  Progress to a few strokes of breastroke, putting your face in the water a few times.  Stop and gather your thoughts and ensure you are controlling your breathing.  Then attempt to swim!!  Remember that physical activity produces heat from the working muscles.  If you don’t swim you will get cold quickly!!!  If racing try to time water entry so it’s done 3-4 mins before the start so that any initial breathlessness is past before you start.  At all times concentrate on maintaining smooth rhythmical breathing and maintaining physical effort.

Always be familiar with the event’s safety policy / advice – if you need assistance roll onto your back and lift an arm in the air.

Finally the weather.

It is looking like a windy day with a wee bit of rain.

With the predicted westerly winds it is likely that there will be strong cross winds on the fast descents of the Haul Rd. Deep sectioned wheels are not advised.

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Enjoy the sun for the next few days and make sure you have yourself wrapped up nice and warm for Sunday.

Alan

LOCH loMAN start numbers

Here are the race numbers for next Sunday.

1 – 200  STANDARD

201 – 300 SPRINT

301 – 437 MIDDLE

As is easy to make out each distance is split into female and male. Then numbers are in alphabetical order by forename.

To help speed things up at registration please remember your number.

STANDARD DISTANCE FEMALE

RACE NUMBER Forename Surname Club

1

Anne Miller Fusion Triathlon Club

2

Barbara Anderson Fusion Triathlon Club

3

Carolyn Dyson Newhaven Harbour Tri Club

4

Christine Gibson

5

Claire Don Lomond Masters Swimming and Triathlon Club

6

Claire McGoldrick

7

Claire Acheson Triathlon Inverness

8

Deborah Skinner Athelite Triathlon Club

9

diane cooper

10

Elizabeth-Ann Mckeogh Mission training systems

11

emma lunan Ayrodynamic

12

Fiona Davidson Ayrodynamic

13

Fiona Cockburn Fusion Triathlon Club

14

Forename Surname Club

15

Fran Young Fusion Triathlon Club

16

Frances Britain

17

Hayley Jenkins Fusion Triathlon Club

18

Helen McCafferty West Lothian Triathlon

19

Jennifer Perry Fusion Triathlon Club

20

Juliet Loudon

21

KAREN HUGHES

22

Katrin Little

23

Kelly Williams

24

Laurel Brodie

25

Lindsay Davidson Fusion Triathlon Club

26

Liz Britton Lomond Masters Swimming and Triathlon Club

27

Lorna Denny Stirling Bike Club

28

Lorna Barnes Pentland Triathletes

29

Madeline Donnachie

30

Maria dye Helensburgh AAC

31

Marian Caves Pentland Triathletes

32

Mhairi Epton

33

Oonagh McBride

34

Rebecca White

35

ruth pegler

36

Ruth Jeays Triathlon Inverness

37

Sarah Fisher

38

Suzy DRUMMOND Fusion Triathlon Club

39

Tish Richford Moray Firth Triathlon Club

40

Yvonne Boyle Glasgow Triathlon Club

STANDARD DISTANCE MALE

RACE NUMBER

Forename Surname Club

50

Ailean Maclean

51

al stanton Edinburgh Triathletes

52

alan mcarthur Team GASS

53

Alan Cuthbert Tilly Tri

54

Alan Fulton

55

Alan Brown

56

Alan Cunningham West Lothian Triathlon

57

Alistair Denny Stirling Bike Club

58

Ally Blackman

59

Andy Lamb

60

Ashley Perrett

61

barry shearer Strathclyde Fire Brigade Triathlon Club

62

Ben Lee MTS

63

Blair Hopcroft

64

Brian Knowles Triathlon Inverness

65

BRIAN SMITH

66

Charles Stewart Roper

67

Chris McSorley

68

Chris Barrowman

69

Chris Clark Kirky Tri-Chumps

70

Christopher Moses Helensburgh AAC

71

Cliff Brown Glasgow Triathlon Club

72

Colin Mendham

73

Colin McKendry

74

colins gary Lomand Swimming & Tri Club

75

Cornel Neil Kirkintilloch Olympians

76

Craig Grant

77

Craig McCafferty West Lothian Triathlon

78

daniel halladay Aycliffe Tri Club

79

Darrell McClintock Tilly Tri

80

Darren Reid

81

Dave Hay Fusion Triathlon Club

82

David Auchie Ayrodynamic Triathlon Club

83

David Gray

84

David Brown Glasgow Triathlon Club

85

David Boyle Pentland Triathletes

86

David Wilson Bums Rush

87

David Devlin

88

David Campbell Lomond Masters Swimming and Triathlon Club

89

David Devenay

90

Douglas Irwin

91

Euan Crumley Lomond Masters Swimming and Triathlon Club

92

Ewan Stewart

93

Ewan McPherson Hamilton Asc

94

Frank Boyne West Lothian Triathlon

95

Gavin Morrison Inverclyde AC

96

George Hind Team Bums Rush

97

Gerald McHugh Tilly Pedallers

98

Gerard Higgins

99

Gordon Devlin

100

Gordon Hawthorn Water Rats

101

Gordon Mclarnon Fullerton Wheelers

102

Gordon Coyle

103

Gordon Stuart Mission training systems

104

graeme croll scottish fire service

105

Graeme Scott Athelite Triathlon Club

106

Graeme Lyons

107

Gregor King

108

Iain McSkimming Lomond Masters Swimming and Triathlon Club

109

IAN CLARK Dumfries & Galloway Triathlon Club

110

Ian Morrison Tilly Tri

111

James McLaughlin Lomond Seal Pups / DAAC

112

James Scobie Lomond Masters Swimming and Triathlon Club

113

James Bowie

114

james shields lomond roads cycling club

115

Jamie Partridge

116

Jeremy Deveney Greenock Glenpark Harriers

117

Joel Akhurst EGP Hare and Hounds

118

John Tougher Kilmarnock harriers

119

john macarthur Glasgow Nightingale

120

John Marrs Maddiston Running Club

121

John Bremner West Lothian Triathlon

122

Johnny russell Strathclyde Fire Brigade Triathlon Club

123

Jordan Brownlee Lomond Swimming and Triathlon Club

124

Joseph Donnachie

125

karl giarchi

126

Kenneth Robertson

127

Kevin McKean

128

Kyle Henderson

129

Lachlan Thomson unattached

130

Leslie James Mc Derment Ayrodynamic Triathlon Club

131

Linda Wilson Lomond Masters Swimming and Triathlon Club

132

Marc Auchie Ayrodynamic Triathlon Club

133

Mark Anderson

134

Mark Reilly Water Rats

135

Mark Tindal

136

mark walsh DUMBARTON AAC

137

Mark Kiehlmann

138

Mark Arndt West lothian triathlon

139

Matthew Brown silly billy

140

Matthew Scott

141

Michael Marshall West Lothian Triathlon

142

neal padmanabhan Glasgow Triathlon Club

143

Nigel Johnson

144

Ole Pahl Glenmarnock Wheelers

145

Oliver Livingstone

146

Owen McIntyre Strathclyde Fire Brigade Triathlon Club

147

Patrick Watson

148

Patrick Marrs

149

Paul Mackenzie

150

Paul McQueen

151

paul mcgill Lomond Masters Swimming and Triathlon Club

152

paul Fitzsimons

153

Paul Reilly Kirkintilloch Olympians

154

paul Gallagher gtc

155

Peter Dickson

156

Peter Short

157

Richard Thurlow-Begg Fusion Triathlon Club

158

Richard Thomson Tilly Tri

159

richard Coats

160

Rob Latimer TriCallander

161

robert lunan Ayrodynamic

162

Ross Greig

163

Ross Muirhead Ayrodynamic Triathlon Club

164

Ross Sinclair G72 Tri

165

Scott Denny TriCallander

166

Scott Smith

167

Sean Peyton Fleet Feet Triathletes

168

Simon MacDonald Moray Firth Triathlon Club

169

Simon Gibson

170

smith jeff NYP Tri

171

Stephen Brogan

172

Stephen Doherty law wheelers

173

steve waldron

174

Steven Stirrat

175

Steven Currie TEAM GASS

176

Steven Latta Team GASS

177

Steven adams

178

stewart wilson

179

Stuart Dick Glasgow Triathlon Club

180

Stuart Wardle Athelite Triathlon Club

181

STUART CORDNER

182

Tim Watson West Lothian Triathlon

183

tony nugent Athelite Triathlon Club

SPRINT DISTANCE MALE

RACE NUMBER Forename Surname Club

201

Alan Kerr North Ayrshire athletics club

202

Alan McDonald

203

Alan Mackie

204

alister bird

205

Andy Corney

206

Brian Devlin Lomond Masters Swimming and Triathlon Club

207

Corey duff Three Peaks Triathletes

208

Dave McConnell Lomond Masters Swimming and Triathlon Club

209

David Osborne

210

Derek Grant Ice Cool Platini’s

211

Fraser Johnstone

212

George Reid Triathlon Inverness

213

Graeme Reid

214

Graeme Dunn

215

Graham McElwee

216

Iain Sim Ayrodynamic Triathlon Club

217

Ian Watson

218

john willis

219

Kevin Mcgowne Perth tri club

220

Kevin Lynch Loch Lomond Swimming & Triathlon Club

221

Lewis Bruce Monifieth Triathlon Club

222

Lewis Beck

223

MARK HAINING

224

Paul Madden Dumbarton AAC

225

Peter Fowley Lomond Masters Swimming and Triathlon Club

226

Phil Dye HAAC

227

Robert Smith

228

Ross McNaught Stirling Triathlon Club

229

Ross Thomas

230

Scott Steven

231

Stephen Pryce

232

steven metcalfe

233

Stewart Tacchi

SPRINT DISTANCE FEMALE

RACE NUMBER

Forename Surname Club

234

Caitlin Boyd

235

Carol Boyd

236

Catriona Brodie Team Bear

237

Claire Mccallum Milburn Harriers

238

Claire Dare

239

Denise Braid

240

Evelyn Gilbert Pentland Triathletes

241

Fiona Harrison

242

Helen Yull

243

Jackie McRae

244

Jane McGurk

245

Jennifer Munro Fusion Triathlon Club

246

Joanne McDowall

247

Joyce Mark Tweed Triathlon Club

248

Julie Tweedie

249

Julie Robb Triathlon Inverness

250

Kara Shuttleworth Triathlon Inverness

251

Katie Barr

252

Kirsty Paton

253

Laura Johnstone helensburgh aac

254

LAURA HAINING

255

Lesley Lynn North Ayrshire athletics club

256

Lindsay Warnock

257

Lisa Grant

258

Michelle Mackay Monifieth Triathlon Club

259

Paula Fowley Lomond Masters Swimming and Triathlon Club

260

Sarah Breustedt

261

smith helen NYP Tri

262

Susan Richardson Triathlon Inverness

MIDDLE DISTANCE FEMALE

RACE NUMBER Forename Surname Club

301

angela hughes Ful On Tri

302

Beverley Gibson East Fife Triathlon Club

303

Debbie Barnett

304

Eleanor Cunningham Athelite Triathlon Club

305

helen Farquhar

306

Helena Conlin NYPTri

307

Jamie Aarons

308

Jane Emslie Edinburgh RC

309

Jane Johnston Nah

310

Jemma Beattie

311

Jill Kerr Triathlon Inverness

312

Lesley Knox Fusion Triathlon Club

313

Lorna Gall Athelite Triathlon Club

314

Morven Mackenzie-Fleming BWCC

315

Nicola Smith Fleet Feet Triathletes

316

Nicole Akeroyd

317

Pamela Wilson

318

Pepper Potts

319

Sarah Leakey Triathlon Inverness

320

Siobhan Prise

321

Tracey Sahraie Three Peaks Triathletes

322

Wendy Young

MIDDLE DISTANCE MALE

RACE NUMBER Forename Surname Club

323

Adam Clayton West Lothian Triathlon

324

Adrian Gallagher The Water Rats

325

Alan mcmurray Glasgow Triathlon Club

326

Alan Stirling Athelite Tri Club

327

Alasdair Carney West Lothian Triathlon

328

Alasdair Graham

329

Alastair Anderson

330

Alexander McCulloch Lanark Triathlon Club

331

Allan Hardie Pentland Triathletes

332

Alvaro Martin Hernandez Pentland Triathletes

333

Andrew Scott Musselburgh RCC

334

Arash Sahraie Three Peaks Triathletes

335

Billy Conlin

336

Brian Mclellan West Lothian clarion

337

Brian Smith

338

Bryan crookes West Lothian Triathlon

339

Charles Watson Three Peaks Triathletes

340

Chris Godfree Edinburgh RC

341

Chris Grabham

342

Chris Mcclelland

343

chris meek West Lothian Triathlon

344

Ciaran Mallon N/A

345

colin campbell Absolute Triathlon Club

346

Colin Gunning

347

Craig Cameron

348

Craig Walker Lomond Masters Swimming and Triathlon Club

349

Darren Kean FWCC

350

David Hamilton

351

David Innes Perth Triathlon Club

352

David Venables Glasgow Triathlon Club

353

Davy Currie Kirky Tri-Chumps

354

Derek Stewart Athelite Triathlon Club

355

Douglas Black

356

Duncan Zuill

357

Enric Permanyer

358

Fergus McClafferty

359

FRAZER MACFARLANE TriCallander

360

gareth jones Athelite Triathlon Club

361

Gareth Treharne Glasgow Triathlon Club

362

Gavin Harris

363

Gavin Prise SSMPC

364

Geoff Soler-Gomez

365

George Hall Glasgow University Swimming and Waterpolo Club

366

George Noble

367

Gerard Mcnulty

368

Gordon Campbell Athelite Triathlon Club

369

Gordon Christie police scotland

370

Graeme Brown Athelite Triathlon Club

371

Gregor Angus Edinburgh RC

372

Hamish Macdonald Pentland Triathletes

373

Ian Hannah Glasgow Triathlon Club

374

Ian Johnston Edinburgh RC

375

Ian Logan West Lothian Triathlon

376

John Conlin Glasgow Triathlon Club

377

John Osborne

378

John Young Athelite Triathlon Club

379

John Paul Murphy n/a

380

jonathan waggott Ayrodynamic Triathlon Club

381

Jonny Clark Bloc3

382

Juan Valenzuela

383

Justin HUTTON-PENMAN Edinburgh Triathletes

384

keith buchan

385

Keith Loudon

386

KENNETH BUCHANAN

387

Kevin Colclough Triathlon Inverness

388

Kevin Graham Moray Firth Triathlon Club

389

Kevin Milne Fleet Feet Triathletes

390

Kingsley Holding Glasgow Gardening Club

391

Kirstin Arthur Greenock Glenpark Harriers

392

Lee Campbell

393

lewis McAulay

394

Luca Basso East Fife Triathlon Club

395

Mark Davidson

396

Mark McIntosh Monifieth Triathlon Club

397

mark russell Athelite Triathlon Club

398

Martin Cunningham NYP Tri

399

Matt Higson Police Scotland

400

Matt Paden Pentland Triathletes

401

Mcgurk Ian Jacko

402

Michael Black Clapham Chasers

403

Michael Martin Athelite Triathlon Club

404

Miguel Pereira Ful-On Tri

405

Neil Jeffrey

406

Nigel Shaddick Triathlon Inverness

407

Olivier KAZMIERCZAK Fleet Feet Triathletes

408

Patrick Haston Triathlon Inverness

409

Paul Davis Edinburgh RC

410

Paul Martin Borders Triathletes

411

Paul McCrorey

412

Paul Millar Ayrodynamic Triathlon Club

413

Raymond Borland

414

Reid Cunningham Edinburgh RC

415

Richard Anderson RedVenom.co.uk

416

Richard Hargrave Triathlon Inverness

417

Richard Harrold

418

Richard Tannock Lanark Triathlon Club

419

robert Bacon Three Peaks Triathletes

420

Roddy McLeod SSMPC

421

Rodolphe Veyer

422

Ross McEwen

423

Ross Meldrum West Lothian Triathlon

424

Sam Anderson Lanark Triathlon Club

425

Sandy Legget Edinburgh Triathletes

426

Scott Johnstone Lomond Masters Swimming and Triathlon Club

427

Scott Marriott Lanark Triathlon Club

428

Simon Puttock Stirling triathlon club

429

Stephen Boyce Caledonia SEM

430

Stuart Galbraith Athelite Triathlon Club

431

Stuart Macleod

432

Tim Kerridge Stirling Triathlon Club

433

Tom Barr Lanark Triathlon Club

434

Tony Cooper Stirling Triathlon Club

435

Tony Whitaker

436

William Ion Water Rats

437

Wilson Kane Athelite Triathlon Club

LOCH loMAN 10 day weather forecast

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10 Day weather forecast.
Mostly cloudy. Highs 12 to 14C and lows 5 to 7C.

Sun 17. May
Mostly Cloudy
High 13°
Overnight Low 6°
Mostly Cloudy
CHANCE OF RAIN 20%

WIND
WNW at 14 mph
HUMIDITY 74%

UV INDEX 4 – Moderate
SNOWFALL 0 cm

SUNRISE 05:02
SUNSET 21:26

MOONRISE 05:05
MOONSET 20:28

MOON PHASE
Waning Crescent

Loch Lomond Middle, Standard & Sprint distance triathlons