Tom Vickery wins third Long Course Weekend Mallorca… by less than a minute!

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Three in a row for Tom Vickery in Mallorca

A quick update from the third edition of the Long Course Weekend Mallorca. Fourth overall in the standings ahead of Monday’s marathon, Great Britain’s Tom Vickery has won a third consecutive LCW title, courtesy of overall victory in the marathon and a finishing time of 2:34:05.

Long Course Weekend Mallorca
Photo: Rafa Babot / LCW Mallorca

The racing is still in progress and results to be ratified, but provisionally I make him the overall winner by just 49 SECONDS, following Saturday’s 3.8km swim and Sunday’s 172km bike ride.

[UPDATE – Here are the now confirmed overall results]


LCW Mallorca – Men

1st – Tom Vickey (GBR) – 8:09:14
2nd – Fabien Knobelspies (GER) – 8:10:03
3rd – Fredrik Ekström (SWE) – 8:12:36
4th – Jack Skelton (GBR) – 8:35:08
5th – Jonas Tynnerstål (SWE) – 8:55:25

LCW Mallorca – Women

Austria’s Lisa Maria-Dornauer completed the Alcudia Marathon – her first – in 3:22:01, which enabled her to move to the top of the three-day standing

1st – Lisa Maria-Dornauer (AUT) – 9:18:25
2nd – Chloe Serra Jodin (ESP) – 9:29:05
3rd – Michelle Parson (GBR) – 9:43:04
4th – Laura Hicks (GBR) – 9:45:39
5th – Nicola Kaye (GBR) – 9:49:55

Lisa-Maria Dornauer / Long Course Weekend Mallorca
Photo: Rafa Babot / LCW Mallorca
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