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Dogs paddle, ride and run at Point Nepean

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Awaking to the news of young gun Bailey Smith re-signing, the Western Bulldogs AFL playing group headed to Point Nepean National Park on the Mornington Peninsula to tackle a triathlon on the third day of their pre-Christmas training camp.

With the playing group basing themselves at Cape Schanck, the group has already completed high-intensity sessions including beach circuits, running golf, boxing and weights circuits across the opening two days of camp.

To add to the training mix, the players tackled a kayak paddle on Port Phillip Bay, followed by bike and run legs on the closed roads of Point Nepean National Park near Portsea.

  • Bulldogs Media and Dylan Burns (AFL Photos).

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