Wow! Yet another massive weekend! They just keep coming at the moment, it's seriously great to see so many awesome things going on and everyone getting out there and enjoying getting outside.
We're getting some great feedback from our weekly roundups recently so we're going to keep them coming - stay tuned for the full stories as they come in to HQ - let us know what you've been up to this weekend as well!
The sheer epic-ness that is Nuclear Races took place - these events always feel like they have some of the most dedicated runners out there. An army of yellow dryrobe-wearing mudders took on the Blast during the day and the Blackout during the night.
dryrobe ambassador Scotty Barker claimed first place in the men's race - conquering 4 laps of the course, with 20 obstacle-packed kilometres along the way. Perfect preparation for the upcoming Spartan World Championships where Scott is heading as part of Team GB.
The elite of world triathlon headed to Rotterdam for the final event in the ITU World Triathlon Series, with some fantastic results for Team GB.
The British Triathlon branded dryrobes were put to good use in some less than perfect weather out there - definitely #dryrobeterritory
More challenging weather greeted the racers at the Spartan Race European Championships in Andorra - the snow and cold added to an already gruelling course.
Congrats to everyone who conquered the incredible course and to dryrobe ambassador Conor Hancock for his 4th place finish at such an epic event.
At Watergate Bay, the UK's first ever Adaptive Surfing Open was held, with the champions crowned by Surfing England - seriously awesome, congratulations to all the competitors and organisers!
Always Aim High Events continued their amazing year with the stunning Sandman Triathlon - always a great event with the incredible backdrop of Snowdon National Park.