Victoria wins M21E and W20E in the Ultralong

Victoria has won the M21E and W20E grades at the Ultralong which was held in Queensland on Sunday on the Wilmot’s Waterholes map.

Victoria’s recently arrived Coach-in-Residence Nathan Lawson won M21E, with Bruce Arthur coming second.
M21Ecourse length 22.7km
Nathan Lawson 2:11:53
Bruce Arthur 2:22:11

Asha Steer won the W20E grade with Asha’s time on the 10.5km course being 1:12:22

Victoria did not have any NOL members competing in the M20E or W21E grades.

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