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Joe Mason gave the Bluebirds the lead within five minutes of the start.
Dale Stephens levelled for the visitors eight minutes before half time.
Cardiff now sit ninth in the table, just behind Derby.
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More than 7,000 competitors took part in one the country's largest triathlons in Kent over the weekend. The Hever Castle Triathlon is now in its seventh year and attracts elite athletes as well as hosting the world's largest children's triathlon.
Hundreds of people got on their bikes today for the first Pedal Portsmouth festival.
Roads in Southsea were closed to cars which meant both vintage cyclists and newcomers could enjoy the sunshine in safety.
More than 7,000 competitors have been taking part in one of the region's largest sporting events - the Hever Castle Triathlon.
As well as elite athletes, the triathlon - now in its seventh year - attracts competitors from all age ranges. About a quarter of entrants today and yesterday were doing a triathlon for the very first time.
We speak to Yvonne Turner from Hever Castle and to some of the many competitors.