Triathlon: Wily veteran Brown scores perfect 10
Sunday, January 5, 2014
Cameron Brown said after his 10th - and perhaps most memorable - win in the Port of Tauranga half ironman: "The first win was great but to win at 41 is something special. I don't think there are many 41-year-olds in the world who can do that."
Uh, no. For not many, maybe read 'none'. New Zealand's finest endurance athlete yesterday made it 10 victories at the base of The Mount, with well-performed Scottish athlete Catriona Morrison going close to race record time in adding her name to the 25-year honour roll - a quarter of a century since this iconic Kiwi race began.
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