How can you tell if one child out of more than a thousand makes a false start in a race? You can’t! But if the event is scheduled for one date and then postponed and rescheduled, you have yourself a false start. Read the link below:

http://www.stuff.co.nz/marlborough-express/sport/9890288/Tryathlon-re-run-after-false-start

My mission, after I read this article, was to find out where the Tahunanui Beach Reserve is located. It was the site for the Sanitarium Weet-Bix Kids Tryathlon. And I found it! I’ll share the link that gave me that all too important missing link:

http://nelson.govt.nz/recreation/recreation/parks-and-reserves/tahunanui-beach-reserve

I think it’s great that every child got a medal! That makes it worth the effort, and there are no losers. In my new novel “A False Start,” Anissa S. Brogdon earned a medal and the school record for her performance in the 200 meter race in high school. Read the first four chapters on my website at http://www.afalsestart.comImagea false 

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