Clarkson's Singapore Staff Run, Swim, Bike, Win Prizes

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Thursday, August 29, 2013
Singapore Triathlon entrants: Photo credit Clarksons

Around 45 Clarksons' Singapore employees and clients recently participated in a local triathlon - competing against each other and in relay teams.

Aided by a great deal of support from the sidelines, the Clarksons' first team "OBY3CANOBY" (comprised of Toby Relf  from Capes and Lars Spangberg and MD Giles Lane both from Large Tankers) finished a hightly credible second overall.

The team also came third in the Corporate event.

Clarksons is a worldwide provider of integrated shipping services. They have been established 161 years and have 36 offices in 16 countries with 968 employees,

 

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