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posted 5 Mar 2018

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Cameron Brown - Ports of Tauranga Half Ironman

Posted on Jan. 23, 2018

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Cameron Brown - Ports of Tauranga Half Ironman

Posted on Jan. 23, 2018

Happy New Year,

With just under 6 weeks to Ironman New Zealand I'm pleased with my current form. Yesterdays race at the 29th running of the Port of Tauranga half Ironman was the perfect last little hit out before some more big mileage training begins this week for the next 4 weeks. This was my 20th race at this event and it's always a highlight over summer. Perfect conditions greeted the athletes race morning and it was going to be a warm one with a high of 28c forecast.

Being away from my swim squad for the last 4 weeks due to the annual family holiday was not ideal, I really miss not being in a squad and getting my arse kicked each morning by younger swimmers, I had done plenty of ocean swim training but not specific interval work in the pool and when this race attracted some of the best swim Triathletes in the world then I knew i might be in trouble! Dylan McNeice is one of the best swimmers on the circuit and after the 2km swim I found myself nearly 3mins down on him and three others. I knew I had to regain some time before hitting the run, I've had some great training while being away at Whangamata putting in some massive mileage on the roads and trails in our yearly holiday destination.

The two 45km loops are dead flat and your in the Time Trial position the whole time, The first loop I was averaging 44-45km/hr and the gap to the leaders had stayed the same but there were 4 riders in the front group all pushing the pace so I lost another 1:30min in the last 40km which was not ideal. I was off the bike in 3rd 4:15min down and knew I had to make inroads to Dylan and Mike Phillips fast other wise the race was out of reach.

The two lap run course is one of the best in the world following the main beach of Mount Maunganui and then features a 3.5km trail around the Mount base track, this is where athletes can lose a lot of time with the dirt trails and undulating terain. I went through the first 5km in 17:23 sec and was slowly gaining time back but would it be quick enough? After the first lap I had the leaders down to 3mins so I kept pushing the pace as much as I could. I managed to claw back a good chunk of time but ran out of road in the end with Dylan taking the win by 2:17 and Mike Philipps in 2nd just 46seconds in front of me.

Again I'm very happy with my current form and I'll be meeting the guys again in 6 weeks time for a rematch over my specialty the Ironman distance on March 3rd for Ironman New Zealand. The weather here in New Zealand is fantastic at the moment so it will make the 40hrs of training a week a little easier over the next month before the taper starts.

Thanks again for your continued support.

29th Port of Tauranga Half Ironman, 2km swim, 90km bike, 21km run.

  • 1st Dylan McNeice 3:54:16
  • 2nd Mike Phillips 3:55:47
  • 3rd Cameron Brown 3:56:33
  • 4th Simon Cochrane 4:01:17
  • 5th Dan Plews 4:01:57