Philip Graves to race Outlaw Half Nottingham

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Outlaw Half field set to be strongest ever?

Philip Graves, twice winner of IRONMAN 70.3 UK in Wimbleball, and the youngest winner of a full distance IRONMAN event – when he won IRONMAN UK in 2009 – has confirmed that he will be racing the Outlaw Half Nottingham on Sunday 21st May.

Phil will be taking on the returning Karl Alexander (winner in 2015 and 2016), and Simon George, who lead for last year until in sight of the line, in what was one of the best finishes of the domestic season. Who can forget this image…

Outlaw Half Nottingham 2016: Karl Alexander and Simon George
Outlaw Half Nottingham 2016: Karl Alexander and Simon George

We know that Mark Threlfall will also be racing too, as will cycling legend Matt Bottrill who will be returning with another year of triathlon experience and looking to improve on his debut performance 12 months ago.

Look out for more news from race organisers, OSB Events, soon.

John Levison
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