Following disastrous decisions and failures the UK has not been offered a place in the triathlons next year.
Let’s unpack that.
Following the failure to enforce the environmental protection laws regarding water processing the water companies are allowing sewage to spill into the rivers, with the result that the rivers are too poisonous to support life any more. In place of healthy rivers filled with water plants and animal life the rivers have become open sewers. This is unthinkable for a modern society. It is the sort of thing we associate with the Philippines, India or the worst cities in developing nations.
During the summer many of the participants in the triathlon that was held at Sunderland became sick with diarrhoea and vomiting! 88 reported one or other of these symptoms.
The water that the triathletes were allocated to swim in was foul with sewage overflow.
Every river in Britain is overrun with sewage, killing the vitality of the river, leaving them foul to flow into the seas around our shores to kill those regions as well.
One can only suppose that it was the failure of the cleanliness of the rivers and seas around Britain that lead to the decision by the Triathlon organisers not to offer Britain a place in the races next year.
But at least the shareholders got a good return.