Lyndon gets back on track at interstate championships
FORMER Lennox Head surf lifesaver Tanyn Lyndon won the ironman and board races at the interstate surf lifesaving championships in Victoria.
It was his biggest win of the season ahead of the final two rounds of the Kellogg's Nutri-Grain Ironman Series in Cronulla this weekend.
Lyndon lives on the Gold Coast and represented Northcliffe before switching to the Burleigh Heads Mowbray Park team.
Queensland was interstate champion ahead of New South Wales, Western Australia and Victoria.
Lyndon will have his work cut out for him at Cronulla and will need a decent showing in both rounds to move off the bottom of the ladder.
"Mother nature has not been on my side (this season) and I'm not getting much luck," Lyndon said.
"I feel really fit and I'll go home and re-gather and head to North Cronulla and give it my all.
"I've got nothing to lose."
Meanwhile, former Lennox Head resident Brodie Moir looks set for a strong finish to the ironwoman series.
North Burleigh's Moir is fourth overall and could finish in the top three.