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People from Bury St Edmunds: Ouida, Humphry Repton, Charles Blomfield, Bob Hoskins, Chrissie Wellington, James Moore, Guy Simonds

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Published June 25th 2011
ISBN : 9781156138335
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46 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 45. Chapters: Ouida, Humphry Repton, Charles Blomfield, Bob Hoskins, Chrissie Wellington, James Moore, Guy Simonds,MorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 45. Chapters: Ouida, Humphry Repton, Charles Blomfield, Bob Hoskins, Chrissie Wellington, James Moore, Guy Simonds, Stephen Gardiner, Richard de Bury, William Symonds, Ian Pearce, Matthew Vaughn, Peter Hall, Nick Burton, Alban Roe, Marcus Evans, James Scowcroft, Bob Blizzard, Hiram Codd, Richard Logan, Sue Ryder, Henry Crabb Robinson, Becky Jago, John Hervey, 1st Earl of Bristol, Kate Jackson, Jon Rigby, Ed Upson, Harrison Oxley, Joseph Payne, Honor Tracy, Richard Gwyn, James Krause, Charles Valentine Le Grice, James George Deck, Jimmy Neil, Freddie Sore, Jon Ridgeon, Kate Peyton, Jocelyn de Brakelond, Tom Youngs, Frank Smith, Michael Maloney, Francis Dunnell, Greg McDonald, Lionel Ashfield, Thomas Archer, Percy Greg, Sharon Hunt, James Lowe, James Adams, George Guest, Jo Jennings, Justin Bishop, Nicholas Battely, Catharine Burton. Excerpt: Christine Ann Wellington MBE (born 18 February 1977), known as Chrissie Wellington, is an English triathlete who holds both the course record for the Ironman World Championship in Hawaii and the world record for ironman-distance triathlon races. In two years she has lowered the ironman-distance world record by more than 26 minutes to 8 hours 19 minutes 13 seconds, a time more than 31 minutes faster than the record which had stood from 1994 to 2008. Paula Newby-Frasers world championship course record had stood for 17 years until Wellington broke it in the 2009 race. Wellington is one of only three women to have achieved three consecutive victories (2007-2009) at the Ironman World Championships, the other two being Natascha Badmann and Paula Newby-Fraser. She won the World Championship less than a year after turning professional, an achievement which the British Triathlon Federation described as a remarkable feat, deemed to be a near impossible task for any athlete racing as a rookie at their...