Sooke triathlon athlete competes in London

Sooke's own Melanie Cunningham recently competed in London’s ITU World Triathlon on Team Canada.

Melanie Cunningham

Melanie Cunningham, one of the philanthropic cyclists who rode in support of Sooke Hospice (see page 14), also recently competed in London’s ITU World Triathlon on Team Canada. Sprint Distances: 750 meter swim, 20 kilometer bike, 5 kilometer run She placed 53 in her Sprint Distance age category with an overall time of 1:53:51.

 

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