Tenby's Finn Arentz put in a great performance at the Sospan Sizzler Middle Distance Triathlon at Burry Port last Sunday to take the overall win.

The 20-year-old triathlete, who is studying at Exeter University, will be racing at the 70.3 World Championships in Nice, France.

He will also be competing in the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii, later this year having double qualified by winning his age group races at both Ironman Wales in 2018 and Lanzarote in early 2019.

He was using the Sizzler as a final practice race before the last big block of training going into Nice and after a choppy swim on Sunday, Finn put a good performance in the two loop bike course which set him up nicely to run into the lea.

He held his nerve for the remainder to eventually take a morale boosting win.

Finn said afterwards: "I am very pleased with the result.

“Beforehand I wasn’t expecting to come here and be the overall winner.”

The event in Nice will take place on Saturday, September 7 and and will be the first time Ironman holds a World Championship event in France.