Teen wins Splash and Dash

Last updated 08:31 26/01/2013

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Jay Cadman-Kennedy, of Inglewood, continued his good form in the Splash and Dash multisport series, winning the latest race at New Plymouth's Ngamotu Beach.

Cadman-Kennedy won the senior long-distance event, in which the competitors had to complete a 1000m swim and 4km run.

The teenager finished ahead of Shannon Stallard, with Ryan Dingle third.

The senior long-distance race for women was won by Emma Daniels, with Hannah Sturmer second and Idelle Hiestand third.

The short-distance race, which comprised a 500m swim and 2km run, was won by Mitch Owen in the male division. He finished ahead of second-placed Talor Owen, with Geoff Hawksworth third.

The female short-course event was won by Amy Barron, with Jenna Barrett second and Jess Leary third.

The next race in the series is to be held on February 14.

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