Double celebration for Tri-Anglia youngster Billie-Jordan Butler

Norfolk youngster Billie-Jordan Butler claimed her Tristart (under-nine) trophy at the Triathlon Eng

Norfolk youngster Billie-Jordan Butler claimed her Tristart (under-nine) trophy at the Triathlon England Easter Region Children's League 2016 awards evening in Braintree. Picture: Submitted - Credit: Submitted

Great Hockham youngster Billie-Jordan Butler has been celebrating a double success.

Billie-Jordan Butler won the Tristar Athlete of the Year award at Tri-Anglia Triathlon Club's 2016 a

Billie-Jordan Butler won the Tristar Athlete of the Year award at Tri-Anglia Triathlon Club's 2016 awards ceremony at Assembly House in Norwich. Picture: Submitted - Credit: Submitted

The eight-year-old Tri-Anglia member won the Triathlon England Eastern Region Championship in her age group.

With triathlon wins in Essex, Norwich, Leighton Buzzard, Peterborough and Ipswich, along with a duathlon win in Bedford and an aquathlon win in Essex, Billie-Jordan took the title in the Tristart category with the maximum possible 50,000 points.

She managed to finish on the podium in all but two of her races this year, one after a bike crash while she was leading, and the other after suffering a puncture, again while leading.

Billie-Jordan, who is also a member of Thetford Dolphins Swimming Club and attends Great Hockham Primary School, picked up her regional title at the Triathlon England eastern region awards in Braintree.


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She was the only Norfolk youngster to achieve a top-three place in any age group in the Eastern Region league so was the only Tri-Anglia and Norfolk representative at the awards. Billie-Jordan also won Tristart Athlete of the Year award at Tri-Anglia's ceremony at Assembly House in Norwich.

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