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Tuesday, March 16, 2021

RATS Duathlon

A total of 577 tamariki representing 22 schools competed at this year's RATS Duathlon 2021 on Tuesday, March 9.

This year's participant numbers may have been down nine from last year's 586, but it was an impressive turnout nonetheless with plenty of fun had by all attending the primary and intermediate school event, held at Rotorua's Mountain Bike Trail at Waipa.

It was a cool start to the morning, with the sun basking the area from mid-morning until the end of the day. It was a fun-filled event with plenty of competition and rivalry between schools, making for exciting times throughout the day and at the finish.

Congratulations to everyone who took part.

Results:

Overall Top School Points: Lynmore Primary School winning Year 5&6 for another year; Mokoia Intermediate taking out Year 7&8again.

Year 3&4 Girl – Short Course:
1st: Beatrice Topp, Waikite Valley School
2nd: Lily Fisher, Rotokawa School
3rd: Madison Southall, Kaharoa School

Year 3&4 Boys - Short Course:
1st: Carter Smith, Otonga School
2nd: Reuben Barter, Lynmore School
3rd: Jasper Herbert, Lynmore School

Year 5&6 Girls - Short Course:
1st: Amelia Tarplett, Lynmore School
2nd: Lotti Tarplett, Lynmore School
3rd: Freya McNair, Lynmore School

Year 5&6 Girls - Long Course:
1st: Georgia Davies – Lynmore School
2nd: Keira Burborough-Murphy – Lynmore School
3rd: Elspeth Napier -Kaharoa School

Year 5&6 Boys – Short Course:
1st: Marley Whittaker, Otonga School
2nd: Michael Schweizer, Waikite Valley School
3rd: Rome Beazley, Kaharoa School

Year 5&6 Boys – Long Course:
1st: Mathew Wallace, Lynmore School
2nd: Nathan McGregor, Lynmore School
3rd: Lachlan Mead, Lynmore School

Year 7&8 Girls – Long Course:
1st: Abby Twist, Mokoia Intermediate
2nd: Sahara Katene, Rotorua Intermediate
3rd: Arwen Barker, John Paul College

Year 7&8 Boys - Long Course:
1st: Venter Samuel, Bethlehem College Chapman
2nd: Evan McIlroy, Mokoia Intermediate
3rd: David Parnell, John Paul College

A massive thanks goes to Grant Utteridge and his team, who were amazing and did a fantastic job prior, during and after the event. Thank you must also be given to the ladies at registration - Shirley, Claudia, Wai and Anne, and also to Kim Dalton of Mihi School who helped out while waiting for her students to turn up to the event.
Thank you to the sponsors for the event Red Stag, Telfer Young, Peak and My Ride Rotorua and to all parent and teacher support.

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