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PERRY ON TOP OF PODIUM AT BUFFALO

Central Coast athlete Dominic Perry has taken out one of the biggest events of his career; the Buffalo Stampede Sky Marathon in Victoria’s alpine country.

Due to treacherous conditions at the top of the mountain, the race was reduced to a 39-kilometre event.

Perry had to deal with rain, debris on the course and sub-zero temperatures.

He stopped the clock in just over three hours and 44 minutes, defeating a quality field including International runners.

Mingara’s Charlie Brooks finished 11th.

(Athlete 136 on left of image)

 

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About Steve Allan

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Steve has been a casual sports journalist with NBN Central Coast since 2007. In his role with the National Rugby League; Steve has worked at every Grand Final since 1999, including hosting the post match presentation for channel nine from 2003 to 2010. He is also the host of a radio sports show, and has been named Best Sports Presenter Provincial at the Australian Commercial Radio Awards on six occasions. When he's not reporting on sport, he's an active participant - winning numerous Australian surf lifesaving medals at open and masters level.

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