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Lucy Gossage, Tom Vickery win LCW Mallorca. Again.

The second edition of Long Course Weekend Mallorca concluded on Monday, with overall wins - as in 2017 - to Lucy Gossage and Tom Vickery

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Favourites retain their titles over three days in Alcudia, Mallorca

As highlighted earlier today, the absence of Day Two leader, Caroline Livesey, from today’s Marathon on the third and final day of racing at Long Course Weekend Mallorca indicated that everything was pointing towards repeat winners. That proved to be one of the easier predictions to make, with both Lucy Gossage and Tom Vickery also winning the Marathon event overall, to finish with a comfortable winning margin in the overall standings.

Tom Vickery - Long Course Weekend Mallorca 2018
Photo – Rafa Babot / LCW Mallorca

Still on the return to fitness, Caroline did run the Half Marathon today – “Just took it steady and pelvis was pain free which is the main thing!” – and so she can be very content with her LCW experience, despite not being able to take on the full distance on the final day.

After a disappointing ride yesterday, Caroline’s husband Mark bounced back with a strong 2:56:54 marathon which brought him right back up the standings, just missing the podium by 31 seconds.

https://twitter.com/MarkLiveseyTri/status/1056964163589861377

Third place in the Long Course Weekend women’s standings went to super-veteran, Michelle Parsons, who remains just as tough as she has for the last 20+ years having recently won the Hispaman Xtreme Triathlon at 52 years young.

Marathon Results – Monday 29th October 2018 (Day Three)

Women

1st – Lucy Gossage – 3:05:10
2nd – Karina Gomez Dixon – 3:09:54
3rd – Dominique Lothaller – 3:12:32
4th – Michelle Parsons – 3:14:11
5th – Anne Renshaw – 3:22:27

Men

1st – Tom Vickery – 2:45:39
2nd – Stuart Cobb – 2:50:23
3rd – John Collier 2:53:03
4th – Torben Wöhling – 2:53:39
5th – Mark Livesey – 2:56:54

Tom Vickery - Long Course Weekend Mallorca 2018
Photo – Rafa Babot / LCW Mallorca

Long Course Weekend Mallorca 2018 Results
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Women

1st – Lucy Gossage – 9:25:11
2nd – Karina Gomez Dixon – 9:50:27
3rd – Michelle Parsons – 9:55:05
4th – Ruth Ziethe – 10:43:40
5th – Emma Richards – 10:56:00

Men

1st – Tom Vickery – 8:38:39
2nd – John Collier – 8:56:24
3rd – Brian Hosty – 9:07:20
4th – Mark Livesey – 9:07:51
5th – Ryan Williams – 9:16:19

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John Levison
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John Levison
TRI247's Chief Correspondent, John has been involved in triathlon for well over 30 years, 15 of those writing on these pages, whilst he can also be found commentating for events across the UK.
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