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Osborne and Kingsford Xterra Champs

September 12, 2019

Osborne and Kingsford Xterra Champs

Rotorua's Sam Osborne and Samantha Kingsford are quickly becoming the power couple of off-road triathlon.

The pair have dominated the Xterra Pan Am Tour this year and continued their dream run at the Xterra Pan Am Championship in Utah at the weekend.

Osborne was the first man home while Kingsford finished second in the women's race. It was the final event on the tour and for both athletes, their results were enough to claim Pan Am Tour elite titles.

READ THE FULL STORY from the Rotorua Daily Post HERE>>

 2019 Xterra Pan Am Championship Elite Race Recap
 
 
2019 Xterra Pan Am Championship Highlights
 




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