The 2nd evening of the Burma Challenge took place on Wednesday evening last with 60 athletes competing in the handicap round. The handicapper got it spot on with Liam Kelly taking the lead in the final 50 meters and was first to cross the line with an impressive time of 17.02. The first lady to finish on the night was newcomer Katie Healy who was taking part in her first Burma Challenge and she crossed the finish line in a very impressive time of 26.16. It was the first round of the Team Challenge and with 12 teams of 5 taking part the competition is heating up with just a little over 5 minutes between the first and last team. Team Moyne are currently in the lead by just 3 seconds on 134.48 followed by Killoran on 134.51 with Kylemakill 3rd on 135.27, so it’s all to play for so we can look forward to quite a battle over the next two weeks. Wednesday evening last also saw the start of the Family Challenge – with nine teams taking part the Hogan’s have a slight lead over the Power’s. This Wednesday May 16th is the Cycle Challenge commencing at 7.30pm and as usual will bring many changes to the leader board. The final challenge will take place on Friday May 25th.

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