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Dragons Team Trial 2018 Results

posted 22 Jun 2018, 23:46 by HK Dragons Triathlon Club

Massive congratulations to the Dragons D-Team and the Dragonettes for winning this year's Team Time Trial 2018. For full write up head on over to the Results page!

Dragons Team Time Trial Start List 2018

posted 21 Jun 2018, 02:25 by HK Dragons Triathlon Club   [ updated 22 Jun 2018, 02:02 ]

The runners and riders of this year's Dragons Team Time Trial on Saturday 23rd June are below. We are still accepting entries, so if you want to participate click here: - all details of the race are here:

Team Shinkansen
Kris Guns
Olaf Kasten
Paul Madden
Nick Adamus

Paul Wright
Marcel Guethoff
Mat Pears
Ryan Kemp

Team Unfound A
Duncan Watt
Peter Hope
Dan Falconar
Ekapak Nirapathongp

Unfound - Team Bandit
Philippe Cosentino
James Sutton
Jules Doyle
Romain Chappotteau

Team SIRs
Henrik Elschner Pedersen
Camel Dyrk
Rupert Griffiths
Justin Baldacchino 

Team Flanders
Mathias Deferme
Paul Delwaide
Piet Kerchove
Bruno Accou

Team Dad Wagon
Paul Sandburg
Joel Lieginger
Thomas Batt
Ric Shadforth

Team Chickenfish
AJ Halkes
Mike Ellis
Andy Jepps
Greg Toole

Team PAGL Power
Paul McMahon
Andy Wells
Grant Lingard
Liam Bolger

Team 6UO
Chris Liu
Brain Tam
Jacky Leung
Ray Chu

Team Anti CPP (HRCC)
Chris Lui
Leo Lam
Chi Cheung
Pierre Lam

Wynnie Fung
Kaisze Chung
Yumi Li
Acura Wong

The Dragonettes
Cora van Laer
Mary Ho
Jane Griffiths
Kate Richdale

The Pacemakers
Marc Abecassis
Anthony Lam
Marc Geddes
James Byers

Team Iggy
Stuart Wong
Mike Tse
Andres Torres
Mike Fiechtner

Check out who won the Summer Series two Race and the Dragons Team Time Trial 2017

posted 24 Jun 2017, 00:03 by HK Dragons Triathlon Club

Both were held in June and all the results, plus some juicy details are on the Results page!

Dragons Race to Enlightenment 2017

posted 16 May 2017, 11:58 by HK Dragons Triathlon Club

Congratulations to Paul Madden of the Hong Kong Pistons and to Cora Van Laer of the Hong Kong Dragons taking the 2017 Men and Women's title respectively at this year's Dragon's Race to Enlightenment. To read al about another great race, check out the Results page.

2017 Results

posted 7 Apr 2017, 21:29 by HK Dragons Triathlon Club   [ updated 7 Apr 2017, 21:30 ]

So far this year we have had three training races and an ITT (where a new record was broken). For all the results check out the Results tab above! The Dragons have a race at least once every month, so the Results page gets updated regularly. It's a great way of seeing how we are all progressing too!


posted 12 Dec 2016, 21:57 by HK Dragons Triathlon Club

Congratulations to Olaf Kasten and to Yann Kai Oh for winning this year's the annual Dragon's King of the Mountains Competition. It was particularly hard fought this year with the top slot in the male competition changing hands a few times. We also introduced for the first time this year a series of sub-categories, which took all the segments and subdivided them into three separate competitions. Aptly named the Rouleurs, the Grand Tours and the Monuments. it meant more of us were able to compete for top honours in the competition. For the full results and yo see how you did, see the Results page.

Dragons/SIRs Annual Christmas Party

posted 12 Dec 2016, 05:09 by HK Dragons Triathlon Club

Great fun had by all and lots of prizes given out to celebrate a great 2016 of cycling, running and swimming.

See results on the Results page

Dragons Individual Time Trial

posted 5 Nov 2016, 07:10 by HK Dragons Triathlon Club

The second edition of the Dragons Individual Time Trial was held today in perfect conditions.  Great turnout and a new course record set. To read all about it, check out the Results page! 

Summer Series Training Race 2

posted 12 Jun 2016, 01:51 by HK Dragons Triathlon Club

All the results are now up on the results page

Dragons Team Trial 2016 - The SIRS overcome tough conditions to take the title

posted 8 Jun 2016, 02:40 by HK Dragons Triathlon Club

The venerable South Island Road Cycling (SIRs) club won a hard-fought Dragons Team Time Trial for the first time against tough competition that saw 13 teams start but just over half actually finish. Among the starters were no less than two Lantau Buffalo teams, three tough all-Chinese teams including the highly regarded Success team, and two Dragons teams. The women's race was won by a Dragons-Buffalo combine, who lived up to their formidable name of "You have Just been Chicked".

The imaginatively-titled 'The SIRs' featured some new and old stalwarts of the Hong Kong cycling scene -  including Rupert Griffiths, Henrik Pedersen, Guy Thomas and Marc Charnal. But lined up against them was no easy competition. 

The Lantau Buffalos 'Train One', was represented by some of the strongest riders on their island including the winner of last month's Dragons Race to Enlightenment, Marcel Guethoff (see:, as well as Mark Cook (just back from conquering Cape Epic), Dyrk Ngai and Chris Wilkeson. 

The Dragons had also sent the aptly named MuskaTTeers (and Kristagnan), featuring TT specialists Olivier Baillet and Olivier Courret, cyclist extraordinaire Paul Wright (fresh in from breaking 8 hours on the Fred Whitton sportive) and the highly dangerous Kris Guns, who is the current holder of the fastest ITT time on this course this year (see: 

Meanwhile, the winning women's team 'You have Just been Chicked' featured cycling sensation Ali Watts, Kona regular Tani Burge, serial half Ironman world qualifier Jane Griffiths and TT queen Karen Veen.

The course is a well known, and super fast stretch of road although it features an intriguing kink in the middle, which requires added effort and power from teams trying to maintain their leads. And although much-trained on, the course this year proved hazardous to competitors due to what turned out to be highly unpredictable weather conditions.

Just minutes before the flag off of the first team, there had been a 5-minute shower, which was enough to ensure there was enough surface water on the course for the road to stay damp. That initial shower soon cleared however and as the 13 teams started departing in rapid 30-second intervals, the rain had stopped and it was hoped the roads would dry soon enough. It was a hope in vain. The race quickly turned from a battle of speed, raw power and strategy, to one that included coping with torrential rain, gusting winds and traffic, slowing because of the weather and also an unrelated accident that was resulting in a build up of vehicles on the course.

Making it worse was that one of the most technical parts of the course , a left handed turn into the Tung Chung Expressway service road, seemed to have some residual oil left behind by passing traffic that was mixing with rain water to create a super slippery surface, that road bike race tyres and slicks, were simply not designed to deal with..

The conditions meant that no less than six falls were reported and of the 13 teams that started only eight finished, with the rest reporting in as DNF's conquered by either the rain or crashes. Fortunately no-one was seriously hurt, though a couple of hospital stays were reported, including that of your correspondent Sheel Kohli and Pedersen of the SIRS, who after crashing still went on to complete the race, only to later to discover several cracked and very painful ribs. I can report both Kohli and Pedersen are recovering well.

Of the other teams, key men were casualties of race. Guethoff in the Lantau Buffalo A Train suffered a fall and then a puncture, while Guns of the MuskaTTeers, crashed and ripped his shoes. As the three lap race went on, increasing reports came back of teams abandoning because of the torrential rain, crashes or mechanicals on the course.

One of the riders of the 2nd place Buffalos B train summed up the day as one that "will go down in the annals of TTT legend" for the toughness of the conditions and the unpredictability of the race. It was not about necessarily survival of the fittest, but more like survival of the toughest. One of the riders of the 5th place 'Dad Wagon' said it best: "We crossed the line in parallel with the combined aerodynamic efficiency of a minivan"!

Full results below:


Official Times




Lantau Buffalos B Train


Dragons on Fire


Arrogant Frog


Dad Wagon


Surprise Attack


You Have Just Been Chicked


Les Femmes


Buffalo Train 1



The MuskaTT’ers (and Kristagnan)



Tommy Wong + Team


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Calvin Katsun + Team


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Andy Lam + Team



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