British Philip Graves and Lucy Gossage were the first winners of theTriStar111 Milton Keynes in a fast and fun race over an unique distance hosted for the first time in the UK: 1km swimming, 100km cycling and 10km running.

Galius Sun's supported athlete, Lucy Gossage, had to make sure to get a lead on the bike segment to have a smooth victory in 3:35:55, followed by Anna Turvey (who was third at TriStar Mallorca 2012) in 3:40:35. And also British Eleanor Haresign completed the podium in 3h:47:38. Gossage emerged from the Emberton Park Lake first and controlled the whole race. “It wasn’t an easy day for me! My rivals were pushing me and I tried to do my best to win. This format is really sprinting, despite of the 100km, you have to run fast the 10km! Thus you don’t have time to breathe! The format suits very nice to me, I like this long bike segment. It was a good race with a very good and professional organization and I look forward to racing here again!” said Lucy Gossage. Race Report courtesy of Triathlete-Europe

Congratulations to Lucy from all at Galius Sun