Aidan Callaghan again performed heroically in this hill dominated event in benign racing conditions finishing second.
He is currently the second ranked triathlete in the country within the national series rankings of Triathlon Ireland.
An update on the overall rankings for individuals and club will be available at the end of this month.
John Conaghan won his age category and John McCarron completed his National Series quota and finished 49th overall.
In the aptly named Beast of the East Olympic race based in Glendalough, Wicklow, Jarlath Duffy put his first Olympic race under his belt on another hilly course which took in the Sally Gap.
Triona McMenamin was in France over the weekend representing Ireland in the World Surf Rescue Championships collecting two bronze medals.
In the Derry half Marathon Paul Doherty and John McDaid both ran well recording 1.24.15 and 2.08 respectively with Paul finishing 43rd.
Eugene McGettigan took part in the Ulster 100 mile time trial finishing 18th in a time of 4.22.21.
Congratulations are in order for club Chairman Gavin and his wife Sara on the birth Tuesday morning of their first child a baby boy and everybody is well which is the main thing.
Training times are changing from early October but continue as follows in the interim:
Monday Open water swim Gartan 6.30pm (last swim of the year 15.09.14)
Tuesday track session 7.45pm
Wednesday poool session 8 pm
Thursday long run Aura 6.30pm starting 25.09.14
Saturday Cycle Aura at 9.30am
Results – Black Sod Olympic Triathlon
2nd Aidan Callaghan 2.03.21
22nd John Conaghan 2.20.22 (first in age category)
49th John Mccarron 2.30.40 (8th in category)
Beast of the East Olympic Triathlon
78th Jarlath Duffy 3.24.29
Donegal 5K Championship
29th Clint Doherty 18.28Tags: