Wheelscience hits the European market with the Castle Triathlon Series

first_img Related Wheelscience, which provides athletes with ‘built to order, fully customized, race proven carbon wheels’ has formed a partnership with the Castle Triathlon Series. Originally launched in Australia the Wheelscience brand has built recognition. Last year it broke into the US market before entering the UK and Europe through the renowned Castle Triathlon Series in 2016-17.Wheelscience will become the Official Wheel Partner of the Castle Triathlon Series offering competitors discounts and advice on preparing their wheels for the courses. A release from the team at the Castle Triathlon Series adds that the sponsorship will also showcase:World class wheels at a market leading price pointWheels built to order specifically to a personal specificiationFree shipping anywhere in the worldFully customised graphics (‘High quality automotive grade transfers – no fading or peeling’)A sponsorship programme open to all athletesBritish triathlete, Peter Coombe, founded the business in 2014 ‘recognising that athletes stand to save time by having the right wheels and need support in making these choices’.He explained, “You can make a time saving of almost 2 minutes over 40km, or nearly 9 minutes over an iron distance race by using our wheels. We are excited to share our expertise, support and products with the European triathlete market. The Castle Triathlon Series was a natural fit with a strong reach and a diverse range of triathletes looking to make their mark in the field.”Wheelscience will be giving the fastest cyclists in the Gauntlet distance, at each of the six Castle Triathlon Series events in 2017, a free set of wheels worth up to £1,800 a pair. Not only that, the company will also give cash prizes to the fastest bike splits in the Olympic distances raced during the season.Wheelscience adds that its wheels have been racing all over the world for the past two years. The company adds, ‘to date we have a 4:50 Kona bike split, a World 70.3 podium finish and a 12 and 24hr world championship to our credit. More importantly we have countless happy athletes riding our wheels everyday.’www.castletriathlonseries.co.ukwww.wheelscience.comlast_img read more

A QS would have helped Brazil avoid its World Cup woes

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Newag to build TSI-compliant multi-system freight loco

first_imgPOLAND: The Natio­nal Cen­tre for Rese­arch & Deve­lop­ment has awarded Newag a 10·9m złoty grant to support the development of what the company says would be Europe’s first TSI-compliant six-axle multi-system electric freight locomotive. This programme is expected to cost a total of 27·2m złoty.Announcing the grant on September 25, Newag said it planned to use the results of ‘cutting-edge’ R&D pro­jects to bring inno­va­tive tech­no­lo­gies, pro­ducts and pro­ces­ses to the market.The demonstrator locomotive is expected to be rolled out in 2018, and will be based on Newag’s existing Dragon six-axle single-system design which was launched in 2009. ‘At present Newag offers Dragon loco­mo­ti­ves whose ave­rage relia­bi­lity ratio is 99·6%’, said Deputy Pre­si­dent Bar­tosz Krzemiń­ski. ‘The locomotive’s excel­lent per­for­mance led to our deci­sion to deve­lop this pro­duct fur­ther.’last_img read more

Montague volleyball team wins in three straight sets over Mason County Central

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Amazing Grace surges to spectacular SA Open victory

first_imgImpressively, Grace shrugged off a dropped shot on the second to surge ahead.It was a magnificent performance, notable for its brilliant putting.One couldn’t fault Oosthuizen’s defence as he completed a blemish-free round of 68 that featured no dropped shots.However, the birdies simply weren’t forthcoming as he had to settle for the runners-up position.England’s Marcus Armitage finished third.For more sport your way, download The Citizen’s app for iOS and Android. Braden Grace shot an outrageous final round 62 to claim victory in the SA Open on Sunday, in the process triumphing for the first time in his home tournament.The 31-year-old began the last stretch in fourth, with the wily Louis Oosthuizen for most part looking as if he’d comfortably defend his crown.But he was simply irrepressible on Randpark Club’s Firethorn course, carding eight birdies and an eagle on the fourth to end on 21-under, three shots ahead of Oosthuizen.last_img read more