St Helens was certainly out to represent St Helens in a 5km fun run on Saturday.
The event that included junior mini-triathlons was a warm-up for the Break O'Day Community Triathlon to be held on Sunday around the town's nearby Georges Bay.
Five of the top six placers from the men and women's section of the 5km race that were ran down in and around Scamander were current or former St Helens residents.
A scintillating Jason Hall took out the thrilling men's race at the finish in a time of 21 minutes and 34 seconds.
Hall only just edged out Daniel Stanford in the closing stages by 30 seconds.
Patrick Bender completed the St Helens' podium finish but further back in 29.37.
Natalie Walker was the first female to cross the line, winning in a time of 25.07.
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Kim Etchells was almost three minutes adrift to claim second place in 27.54.
Lauren Parker was close but she couldn't quite catch Etchells in a tight late dash to run out the race in 28.05.
The Launceston Triathlon Club put on two races for primary school students as a precursor to a further three triathlons on Sunday.
Jack Barnes took out the 10-12 years boys' race, while Meg Dennis captured the girls' equivalent that was stretched over a 100m swim, 1600m cycle and 400m run.
Noah Martin won the 7-9 years boys' race and Mieka Swanson was first in the girls.
The day was attended by 2006 World Cup 3000m gold medalist and its Commonwealth Games 5000m silver medalist Craig Mottram.
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