Lake Temperature 7.6 degrees

Current Lake Temperature is 7.6 degrees. Bray Lake is currently on winter opening hours for open water swimming as follows:

  • Tuesday and Thursday 08:00-10:00am
  • Saturday and Sunday 8am-10am

To be kept up to date with our opening hours, coaching options and new events, please join our MAILING LIST.

Below is a simple graphic to explain how the lake water warms during the spring and summer months making the lake such a fantastic place to swim.


All Rules and Regulations – included updated Privacy Policy




Important: Please read these conditions of entry carefully

The following conditions apply to (1) each coached session, guided ride or run, swim race, aquathlon or any other event organised by Stylecrest Limited (T/A the Triathlon Training Centre) (“Triathlon Training Centre”, “we”, “our”, “us”), whether held at either Bray Lake Watersports in Bray or another venue selected by The Triathlon Training Centre (each an “Event“) and (2) coaching plans and coaching advice (“Coaching“) provided to you by a Triathlon Training Centre coach.


  • This privacy policy (the “Privacy Policy”) is applicable to the Triathlon Training Centre’s website: (the “Website”) and your direct interactions with us and it sets out how the Triathlon Training Centre uses and protects any information that you give us through your direct interactions with us.
  • In this Privacy Policy, references to “personal information” include any information which can be used to directly or indirectly identify you, such as your name, email address, telephone numbers, postal address, age and gender.
  • This Privacy Policy is intended to let you know (1) the kinds of personal information we may gather during your visit to the Website or through your direct interactions with us, (2) why we gather your personal information, (3) how we might use your personal information, (4) when we might disclose your personal information, and (5) how you can manage your personal information.

Changes to our Privacy Policy

  • We may change this Privacy Policy from time to time and will publish the updated version on our Website. We may also email you to notify you of any substantial changes to this Privacy Policy. You should periodically review this Privacy Policy carefully.

Contacting Us

  • If you have any questions about this Privacy Policy, and do not see your concerns addressed here, or to exercise any of your rights under this Privacy Policy, please contact us by email at or by post at Triathlon Training Centre, Bray Lake Watersports, Monkey Island Ln, Bray, Maidenhead SL6 2EB.

How We May Use Your Personal Information

  • The list below sets out how we use your personal information and what our lawful basis for processing your personal information is.
    • To enable you to participate in an Event – our lawful basis for processing this information is the performance of a contract with you
    • To enable you to volunteer at an Event – our lawful basis for processing this information is either the performance of a contact with you and via your expressed consent
    • To provide you with Coaching, products and other services – our lawful basis for processing this information is the performance of a contract with you
    • To deal with any emergency relating to your participation in an Event or Coaching – our lawful basis for processing this is to ensure your safety and the safety of others at our events, and to protect our rights
    • To send you marketing about our events, coaching or training options – our lawful basis for processing this is via your expressed consent
  • Please note that we may process your personal information without your knowledge or consent, where this is required and permitted by law.
  • We will never share your personal information with a third party unless we are required to do so by law or pursuant to a binding regulatory request (in such circumstances, such disclosure will at all times be solely to the extent required by law or the applicable regulatory request).

Controlling Your Personal Information

  • You can ask us to stop sending you marketing messages at any time by clicking ‘unsubscribe’ on any email or by contacting us at with a request to be unsubscribed.
  • You may request details of personal information which we hold about you. If you would like a copy of the information held on you please write to us.
  • It is important that the personal information we hold about you is accurate and current. If you believe that any information we are holding on you is incorrect or incomplete, please write to or email us as soon as possible. We will promptly correct any information found to be incorrect.

Security of Personal Information

  • We are committed to ensuring that your information is secure. In order to prevent unauthorised access or disclosure, we have put in place suitable physical, electronic and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure the information we collect.

Links to Other Websites

  • Our website may contain links to other websites of interest. However, once you have used these links to leave our site, you should note that we do not have any control over that other website. Therefore, we cannot be responsible for the protection and privacy of any information which you provide whilst visiting such sites and such sites are not governed by this privacy policy. You should exercise caution and look at the privacy policy applicable to the website in question.

Privacy Policy last updated 21 December 2021.



I acknowledge that training for and/or participating in activities such as swimming, open water swimming, running, cycling, triathlon, multi-sport events and related activities (“Activities” and each one an “Activity”) are an extreme test of a person’s physical and mental limits and such training or participation poses potential risks of serious bodily injury, death, or property damage. With full understanding of the risks I am taking, I hereby assume all the risks of training for and participating in an Activity or Activities. I confirm that I am in good health and have no known medical problems that would restrict my ability to participation in any Activity. I acknowledge that I will participate in all Activities entirely at my own risk and that I will not participate if I am not medically fit on the day. By submitting this application online or completing the application in person and paying an entry fee or coaching fee, I agree to abide by the Rules and Regulations as set out below. I also agree that I will advise The Triathlon Training Centre, prior to the relevant Activity, of any change in my health or medical situation if that so arises in the future. By completing the online registration form or on the day form for this Activity, I confirm that I will not hold Stylecrest Limited (trading as The Triathlon Training Centre) or Bray Lake Watersports Centre or, in each case, any of their employees, servants or agents, liable for any loss, liability, damage, expense or claim, which I may suffer or incur as a result of participating in an Activity (including, to the extent permitted by law, liability for death or personal injury), whether caused by Stylecrest Limited (trading as the Triathlon Training Centre) or Bray Lake Watersports Centre or, in each case, any of their employees, servants or agents in this respect.


  • A participant shall not be eligible or entitled to participate in an Event until full payment of the entry fee for that Event has been received by the Triathlon Training Centre.
  • Each participant acknowledges that places on each Event are limited and a participants entry shall not be confirmed and secure until full payment of the entry fee for that Event has been received.
  • Each participant shall be required to complete our online health information and indemnity waiver prior to entry to an Event, including a one to one coached session).


  • We are aware that on occasion a participant will need to withdraw from an Event prior to the date of that Event. We aim to provide a fair policy which both reflects the costs incurred in organising an Event and the needs of the participant.
  • A participant can withdraw from an Event (other than a coached one to one, two to one or three to one session, please see below) subject to the following terms of cancellation:
    • notification 6 weeks or more prior to the Event – a full refund minus any online booking fee
    • notifcation 4 weeks but less than 6 weeks prior to the Event – 50% refund minus any online booking fee
    • notification 2 weeks but less than 4 weeks prior to the Event – 25% refund minus any online booking fee
    • notification less than 2 weeks – nil refund
  • A participant can request a transfer from one Event to another Event (where the entry fee of the second Event is of equal or lesser value or the additional cost of the new event is paid for by the participant) if such request is made at least 2 weeks prior to the original Event and there are still places available.
  • Event entries can be transferred to another participant provided the participant to which the Event entry is transferred to, completes our online health information and indemnity waiver prior to that Event.
  • For any reoccurring coached session – which includes our Friday evening Fitness and Technique Coached Pool sessions and our OWS Fitness and Technique Coached sessions – a participant can cancel a booking via our online booking portal up to 24 hours prior to that coached session and they will be credited for that session and able to rebook for a future session. If a participant has purchased a block card, that block card will automatically be credited with that session for future use. If a participant has purchased a one-off session, they will need to email us as at and we can rebook for them.
  • A participant can cancel a coached one to one (or two to one or three to one) session and receive a full refund or transfer to another suitable date by providing not less than 2 business days notice. Failure to provide 2 business days notice will result in the full coached fee being due and payable, if payment has not been paid prior to the cancellation.


  • Video footage and photographs may be taken which capture your participation in an Event. We will only capture and use on social media such video footage and photographs where you have expressly given your consent. You have the right to request photos and/or videos be removed from websites, social media or future versions of printed materials.


  • Triathlon Training Centre reserves the right to make a change or an amendment to an Event (such as a change to a race course or a change to the timetable for an Event) that we deem necessary to stage the Event. Any change to the Event will be communicated to you at the Event or sooner if practicable.


  • Triathlon Training Centre reserves the right to cancel an Event due to circumstances beyond its reasonable control or for any safety related reason. In the event of an Event being cancelled it shall provide each participant with a full refund, less an administration charge of £5, with no further liability whatsoever arising from such cancellation.


  • Triathlon Training Centre shall not be liable to a participant whether for breach of contract, any tortious act or omission (including negligence) or otherwise, for any:
    • loss or damage of or to personal equipment belonging to that participant;
    • any indirect or consequential loss or damage whatsoever arising out of the participant taking part in the Event or Coaching; or
    • loss of business, revenue or profit; loss of reputation. Triathlon Training Centre will not be liable for any actions of any spectators or other third parties.
  • Nothing in this Agreement shall affect Triathlon Training Centre’s liability for death or personal injury, fraud, or any other liability to the extent it cannot be excluded or limited by law


  • These conditions shall be governed by English law, and the parties submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.
  • If any provision of these conditions are invalid or unenforceable, in whole or in part, the validity of the remainder shall not be affected.


Important: Please read these rules carefully. These apply to taking part in an Event or Coaching at Bray Lake.

All swimmers must be in good health and have no known medical condition that would restrict their ability to participate in open water swimming and related activities, including (if relevant) swim racing, aquathlon or taking part in a coached session or clinic (together the “Open Water Swimming Activities”, and each an “Open Water Swimming Activity”). All swimmers must ensure that they are fit and well enough on the day to undertake such Open Water Swimming Activities.

All swimmers agree to swim entirely at their own risk and in the unlikely event of injury, accident, loss or damage suffered to their person or their property, regardless of however it may be caused, no responsibility whatsoever shall be attached to the organisers, sponsors or any persons involved in the organisation of the Open Water Swimming Activities.

All swimmers must complete a declaration agreeing to obey all the clauses laid down in these rules and regulations prior to taking part in their first Open Water Swimming Activity. All swimmers must also have previously, and within the current calendar year, completed a Bray Lake Watersports swimming waiver.  These rules are established with safety as the most important concern but we are also dedicated to helping you have a really enjoyable experience with The Triathlon Training Centre.


  • All swimmers at Bray Lake will be required to complete a waiver which is valid for that calendar year agreeing to the following:
    • Agree to follow all the rules and orders from the Bray Lake Watersports organisers and personnel helping at the lake.
    • Certify that you are physically fit and have no pre-existing medical conditions that would affect you swimming in open water.
    • Assume all risks associated with swimming in the lake
    • Waive, release and discharge the Bray Lake Watersports and will not make any claim against them.
    • Agree to swim at my own risk and understand the dangers associated with swimming in open water, with the potential for serious personal injury, property loss or illness.
    • The waiver can be found HERE (which can be printed and taken with you for your first swim) or can be completed at the lake before your first swim session.
  • ALWAYS: SIGN IN & OUT OF WATER (BY RETURNING THE BAND YOU ARE GIVEN WHEN YOU SIGN IN). You will be required to write down an emergency contact number.
  • The numbered band should be worn VISIBLE on your ANKLE whilst in the water and returned to the reception desk.  We then know you are safe and out of the water.
  • FIRST TIMERS PLEASE INFORM STAFF AT REGISTRATION This is so we can take extra care to ensure you have a safe swim.
  • EVERYONE must follow all instructions or regulations displayed or given on the day by a member of staff.
  • ALL swimmers must be capable of swimming unaided continuously for 200m (and we recommend you should be able to swim unaided continuously for at least 400m).
  • EVERYONE must enter and exit the water at the designated areas only, unless in the case of an emergency.
  • STRICTLY NO DIVING OR JUMPING into the water at any time.
  • EVERY CHILD (under 16) MUST complete and pass the “Junior Swim Test” to the satisfaction of Bray Lake Watersports management before being permitted to swim at Bray Lake. All children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult in the water unless an exemption is provided by Bray Lake Watersports management.  If there are a group of more than two Under 16s, more than one adult must accompany them in the water.
  • ALL CHILDREN under 16 are limited to the 200 and 400m loops unless they are strong swimmers AND a member of staff has confirmed they may swim on the longer loops.
  • ALL CHILDREN under 16 must swim in a wetsuit unless an exemption is provided by Bray Lake Watersports management.
  • WEAR A WETSUIT This will not only keep you warm but will also act as a buoyancy aid. (If you are a member of an open water swimming association or training for a non wetsuit event you may be exempt from this rule, but only if you seek prior permission, please inform us when you sign in and tick in the brackets on the sign in sheet).
  • SWIM IN SIGHT OF THE CLUB HOUSE ON THE DESIGNATED SWIM LOOPS If you can’t see us — we can’t see you.
  • NOVICE open water swimmers please stick to the smaller loops of 200m or 400m – the 750m 1000m loops are longer than you think.
  • EVERY SWIMMER MUST swim in a anti-clockwise direction on all swim route.  Please swim responsibly!
  • PLEASE NOTE: as ALL the swim loops are measured with GPS and are accurate and at all time within sight of the clubhouse – if you are not on the loop you are swimming “out of bounds”!!
  • SWIM WITH A BUDDY IF POSSIBLE If you get in to trouble, you are not alone, we don’t stipulate that you have to swim with someone but we do encourage it for your own safety, if this is not possible then please swim responsibly and know your own limits.
  • RAISE YOUR ARM FOR ATTENTION If you can not make it to shore, roll onto your back and if possible raise your arm and wait for help.
  • HYGEINE: SHOWER AFTER SWIMMING To reduce the chance of any infection please shower after you come out of the lake. This is also a precaution against Weil’s disease. Wash any open wounds and ears, etc. If you develop any flu like symptoms it is important to see your GP and tell him that you have been swimming in open water.



  • The club house changing room and toilet facilities will be open during normal swim times. Please respect these facilities by keeping them clean and tidy.

Training Tip – Top Tip from Rich


Sighting is a key skill for efficient and safe open water swimming and is essential for racing.  Sighting involves lifting the head to check on your direction and ensure you are swimming on the line you intend. Richard’s top tips for sighting:

  • Sight little and often – if you are not sighting every 4 to 6 strokes, you are not sighting enough
  • Make sighting part of your stroke – sighting should not disrupt your rhythm – limit the height you lift your head
  • Always take your air in at the side – do not try to sight and breath at the same time (you’ll only end up with a mouth of water)

Above all, enjoy your open water swimming. To learn more about sighting and other key open water swim skills, join us for our Novice Intro to Open Water – or our Fitness and Technique Coached Sessions –

Bray Lake Open Water Swimming – opening times

Open for Open Water Swimming…. All year round but mostly seasonally from April to September, the end of year Autumn/Winter 2018 is as follows:

Opening Times

As the light hours are now starting to get shorter we are adjusting our swim times in accordance to sunrise and sunset.

From Saturday 8th September weekends will be 7-9.30 am.

From Tuesday 11th September Tuesdays and Thursdays will be 6.30- 9.30am.

Evenings for September will start at 5.30pm and finish at safe light which for next week is 7.30 and the two weeks after 7pm.

October there will only be morning swims and that will be 7-9.30 am and from 13th October 7.30- 9.30am.

November will be Saturday and Sunday only 7.30 – 9.30 am

December will be Saturday and Sunday only 8- 10 am


Open Water Coaching available SWIM SESSION TIMES – @ The Triathlon Training Centre, Bray SL6 2EB


EVERY Tuesday and  Thursday morning:      6am- 9am      and    6pm-8:30pm

EVERY Saturday and Sunday morning:          6am to 9am 

All the above times denote entry into the water and exit from the water, all swimmers must exit by these times but are welcome to stay at the venue until the club house closes.


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Race Results

We will be posting all are race reports and results here. A history of previous race reports and result can be found here.

OWS Aquathlon Race 3 – 20th June 2015

No. First Name Last Name Gender Age Club (if applicable) Swim Position Swim Time Run Position Run Time Overall Time
1 Michael Fabes Male 17 NEW RECORD 3 10:06 1 17:08 27:14
2 Kai Furnell-Brennan Male 15 4 10:13 5 19:14 29:27
3 Mel Brookes Femlae 44 Farnham Tri Club 8 12:44 4 19:08 31:52
4 Simon Bowler Male 49 10 13:24 3 18:35 31:59
5 Nick Sheppard Male 42 Farnham Tri Club 5 12:15 9 20:08 32:23
6 Jonathan Gubb Male 40 Tri20 9 12:59 11 20:40 33:39
7 Jan Scott Female 50 Eton Tri 7 12:37 13 21:16 33:53
8 Ian Bennett Male 32 11 14:02 10 20:18 34:20
9 Steve Oliver Male 55 Winchester & District AC 17 15:47 7 19:23 35:10
10 Lukasz Lukasik Male 32 25 18:04 2 17:53 35:57
11 Keith Wiltshire Male 36 12 14:15 16 21:55 36:10
12 Dafydd Ravencroft Male 24 13 14:17 18 22:08 36:25
13 Neil Turner Male 43 21 17:30 6 19:20 36:50
14 Rhys Ravencroft Male 27 16 15:07 17 21:57 37:04
15 Stassi Bowler Female 18 6 12:21 21 25:00 37:21
16 Simon Robinson Male 31 24 17:49 8 19:45 37:34
17 Mark Stringer Male 13 Eton Tri Club 18 15:51 15 21:52 37:43
18 Sophie Timms Female 41 Kingfisher Triathletes 15 14:51 20 23:32 38:23
19 John Pryor Male 51 23 17:36 12 21:10 38:46
20 Paul Holmes Male 45 Triathlon Training Centre 19 15:52 19 22:57 38:49
21 Sandra Buckton Female 46 Hampstead Tri 22 17:35 14 21:19 38:54
22 Lucy Roper Female 43 Reading Swimming Club (Masters) 14 14:25 24 27:30 41:55
23 Claire Howard-Jones Female 41 20 15:53 23 27:02 42:55
24 Sara Stillwell Female 27 26 19:07 22 25:58 46:05
25 Bob Eltze Male 51 27 25:29 25 32:39 57:58
26 India Lee Female 27 Triathlon Training Centre 1 9:55 Swim only
27 Hannah Kitchen Female 25 Triathlon Training Centre 2 9:57 Swim only

OWS Aquathlon Race 2 – 30th May 2015


A low mist on the lake greeted the first swimmers as they entered the water for their morning swim at the Triathlon Training Centre in Little Marlow. By the time the aquathletes were on the start line over an hour later, the lake was basking in sunshine on the most stunning morning of the season so far.

With the water temperature rising, it was Austin Swain (50+) who lead out of the water in 10:57 however nursing his plantar fascia on only his second run in 8 weeks, he was always going to be vulnerable on the fast and flat 5km run. Next to emerge from the still waters was Lucas Boardman (Junior) in a time of 12:03, some 40 seconds faster than his previous best. Not far behind Lucas was Clark Schofield 12:19 who looked strong going on to the run. First women out of the water and through transition was Louise Fox, taking a break from Xterra tour racing.

Out on the run and Austin’s lead was rapidly being eaten away by both Clark and Louise. Clarke, who had cycled to the race, managed to hold on for victory with a great 18:12 5km run. Louise, who could see Clark ahead but could not manage to close the gap, crossed the line in 2nd place overall and first female with a great 18:26 run. Lucas ran a PB (21:58) to win the junior race showing his father Greg Boardman a clean pair of heels in the process.

A special mention must go to our many first timer aquathletes and those tackling their maiden race at the Triathlon Training Centre. The OWS aquathlon series provides a great opportunity to experience the race environment, in a friendly relaxed setting. Join us on 20th June for the next race in the series – entries available online at

The Triathlon Training Centre holds events and training sessions all summer long and is the home of – head to for more information.

No. First Name Last Name Gender Age Club (if applicable) Swim Position Swim Time Run Position Run Time Overall Time
1 Clark Schofield Male 39 Hillingdon 5 12:19 1 18:12 30:30
2 Louise Fox Female 6 12:33 2 18:26 30:39
3 Austin Swain Male 51 Tri Training Centre 3 10:57 9 20:29 31:26
4 Sean Stewart Male 50 TVT & Tri20 10 13:29 3 18:50 32:19
5 Nick Sheppard Male 41 7 12:58 6 19:36 32:34
6 Mel Brookes Female 44 FTC 9 13:27 4 19:11 32:38
7 Matthew Conrad-Jones Male 45 8 13:04 7 20:19 33:23
8 Lucas Boardman Male 15 4 12:03 14 21:58 34:01
9 Ian Bennett Male 33 13 14:51 8 20:19 35:10
10 Richard Haddock Male 39 14 14:56 13 21:15 36:11
11 Simon Herbert Male 35 18 17:27 5 19:20 36:47
12 Gregory Boardman Male 45 16 16:09 12 20:45 36:54
13 Nick Bartlett Male 36 11 13:55 18 23:09 37:04
14 Mark Gostock Male 67 19 17:47 11 20:44 38:31
15 Rob Engers Male 54 Hillingdon 15 15:33 16 23:00 38:33
16 Michelle Newman Female 48 17 16:34 15 22:31 39:05
17 Lucy Roper Female 43 Reading Swimming Club (Masters) 12 14:23 22 26:31 40:54
18 Paul Holmes Male 45 20 18:00 20 24:18 42:18
19 John Pryor Male 51 21 19:17 17 23:04 42:21
20 Andrew Salmon Male 44 24 21:49 10 20:34 42:23
21 Sally Waterman Female 57 Tri20 23 20:19 19 23:27 43:46
22 Alice Draycott Female 33 22 19:32 21 25:15 44:47
Hannah Kitchen Female 25 Tri Training Centre 1 9:42 swim only
India Lee Female 27 Tri Training Centre 2 9:51 swim only
OWS Aquathlon Series – Race 1 – 9th May 2015

A blustery spring morning greeted the athletes at The Triathlon Training Centre in Little Marlow. The first race of the series is always the hardest with the water still warming up and the run surface a little softer than during summer. However, this did not deter the 2014 Series Champions from returning to defend their crowns.

Last years 2014 series winners, Michael Fabes and Mel Brookes, both toed the start line (or more accurately palmed the start line) for the 750m swim and 5km run. Also racing was Kai Furnell-Brennan, 2014 Junior Series Champion and elite athletes India Lee and Hannah Kitchen, the 2013 and 2012 Series Champions. Kai, a member of Maidenhead Marlins swimming club along with India Lee, who was fresh off the plane from qualifying for the Rio Olympic Games Triathlon selection race later this year, both had excellent starts. But it was Michael Fabes who took the early lead.

After the first turn buoy a clear front pack developed of Michael, India, Hannah, Kia and, having a great swim with those half his age, Austin Swain (men’s 50-55). The rest of the field, including several first timers, were making excellent progress in the wind swept waters.

India pulled into the lead just before halfway with Hannah hot on her heels and the rest of the group strung out behind. As the swim progressed so did the speed of the race and with 50m to go Hannah took the initiative and pulled to the front and into transition, shortly followed by India, Austin, Michael and Kai. Fabes then took the lead and with Kai not wanting to get left behind, he flew out of transition and headed after Michael, catching him towards the end of the first lap and leading into the second. With Hannah, India and Austin sitting out the run due to future race commitments, the door was opened and Bev Holmes and Sharkie Jaggard stepped straight through, with Bev taking the early lead on the run in the women’s race and Sharkie holding 3rd in the men’s. However, it was 2014 series champion Mel Brookes who used her run strength to catch Bev and take victory in the women’s race with Bev in second and Faye Bartlett in third (in her first ever Aquathlon after giving birth just seven months ago!). In the men’s race Michael managed to catch Kia and take the victory, with Kia holding on to second while Clarke Schofield moved into third with a great run performance.

Some standout performances today including from Kai Furnell-Brennan who, at aged 14, not only came second overall and first junior but also smashed his swim, run and overall personal best times on this course – which is a tough feat at the start of the season when the water is only 13.5 degrees! Special mention also must go to Neil Turner, Steve Oliver and Andrew Fox and all our other first time multi-sport competitors. With five races left in the series it will be great to see how fast they can all go!

The aquathlon series provides a great opportunity to experience the race environment, in a friendly relaxed setting. Our next aquathlon is on Saturday 30th May – enter online here.

The Triathlon Training Centre holds events and training sessions all summer long see for more information.

Overall Position First Name Last Name Gender Age Club (if applicable) Swim Position Swim Time Run Position Run Time Overall Time
1 Michael Fabes Male 17 4 10:40 1 17:42 28:22
2 Kai Furnell-Brennan Male 15 5 10:46 2 18:35 29:21
3 Clark Schofield Male 39 Hillingdon triathletes 7 11:55 3 18:21 30:16
4 Sharkie Jaggard Male 46 Thames Valley Triathletes (TVT) 6 11:44 4 20:38 32:22
5 Nick Sheppard Male 41 10 13:29 5 19:05 32:34
6 Mel Brookes Female 44 9 13:23 6 19:17 32:40
7 Bev Holmes Female 40 Burnham joggers 8 12:49 7 21:34 34:23
8 Christian Taylor Male 35 20 14:36* 8 20:33 35:09
9 matthew conrad-jones Male 45 11 13:52 9 21:18 35:10
10 Faye Bartlett Female 34 14 14:34 10 20:37 35:11
11 Alan Lightfoot Male 48 Thames Turbo 13 14:30 11 20:59 35:29
12 David Walker Male 41 Chiltern Tri 12 14:27 12 21:06 35:33
13 Rob Purkiss Male 31 16 17:09 13 20:22 37:31
14 Neil Turner Male 43 18 18:36 14 19:49 38:25
15 Ben Miller Male 36 15 17:05 15 21:41 38:46
16 Andrew Fox Male 52 17 17:50 16 21:51 39:41
17 Steve Oliver Male 55 Winchester & District AC 19 18:59 17 20:56 39:55
18 Hannah Kitchen Female 25 Tri Training Centre 1 9:56 Swim only
19 india Lee Female 27 Tri Training Centre 2 10:07 Swim only
20 Austin Swain Male 51 Tri Training Centre 3 10:18 Swim only

A history of previous race reports and result can be found here.