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Pittsworth rural agent puts on the Ray White singlet for first triathlon

By Lyndsey Douglas

Ray White Rural and Livestock Pittsworth agent James Croft and his son Tommy competed in there first triathlon on the weekend at the Gold Coast in extremely humid conditions.

They swam, ran and cycled the Luke Harrop Mermoral Gold Coast triathlon in 32 degree days.

“It was tough going for both boys,” James Croft said.

“It was such a thrill to compete in this event with my eldest son Tommy and the rest of the 2400 competitors, from para-Olympians trying out for the Commonwealth Games to ourselves, just a couple of country boys.”

Never missing an opportunity to promote the Ray White brand, James wore the Ray White brand on his competition singlet.

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