02:16AM, Friday 14 June 2013
Sunday's Windsor Triathlon has attracted a strong field including former ITU Triathlon world champion Stuart Hayes.
Richard Stannard is also due to take part. He is the current Biathle World Champion and also the current British Masters record holder in the 200m free, 400m free, 800m free and 1500m free categories.
Greg Turner will also take part in the men’s race alongside twin brothers Tom and David Bishop making for a must-see men’s race for many spectators.
The elite women’s race also boosts an exciting field with some of the best of British female triathlon talent taking part.
One to watch is Seonaid Thompson who finished second in last year’s Windsor Triathlon and went on to be crowned the winner of the women’s British Triathlon Super Series in 2012.
Emily McLoughlin who has previously came third in the Youth National Series will also be competing along with GB athlete Emma Pallant who is coached by Michelle Dillon and is very strong on the run course.
With over 2,000 competitors taking part the atmosphere is sure to be spectacular.
The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead council has announced a number of road closures this weekend.
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