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November 9, 2019

Morpeth, NSW, population 1403, situated on the banks of the Hunter River and home to the Maitland triathlon; a race as honest as any you’ll find, with nowhere to hide.

The distance? Unsuitable. 2km swim/60km bike/15km run.

The weather? Sunny, heading for about 26 or...

October 26, 2019

Nepean Triathlon 2019

1km swim

30km bike

10km run

My first triathlon of the season was a repeat race at Nepean triathlon in Penrith. I came into the season after a winter focusing on running, particularly half marathon races. I was keen to see where my triathlon fitness wa...

October 20, 2019

Ironman 70.3 Shanghai 2019

Alarm goes off. Thinks about task ahead. Surely I could find an easier hobby? Who am I kidding, I love this stuff. Hair braided. All the important stuff. Jammed on bus with other peasants. Earphones in, head in the game. Gather snacks in trans...

October 12, 2019

Ironman World Championships Kailua Kona 12 Oct 19

First things first, the experience of travelling to the Big Island of Hawaii and being part of the build up to and conduct of the most iconic race in the sport of triathlon was nothing short of amazing. It was an experie...

September 7, 2019

Sunny Coast 70.3

A great weekend up on the Sunny Coast for the 70.3. With the World Champs being in Taupo next year the race was pretty much booked out. I arrived late on Friday afternoon in time to check in to the hotel and catch up with Matt Lewis for a quick ocean sw...

September 7, 2019

Race Report Nice 70.3 WC
As soon as Nice was announced as the host of the 2019 70.3 WC it became the season goal
to get there. The place holds fond memories for me having lived there during Uni and
spending many weekend breaks there with family and friends. It was also...

June 8, 2019

The decision to back up Port Macquarie Ironman with Cairns Ironman five weeks later became a reality when my university timetable came out in March revealing that I had no exams this semester. This was six weeks after I had completely ruptured two tendons and partially...

May 5, 2019

Race Report – IM Port Macquarie 2019.

After the months of training for Port Mac IM the weeks leading in to the race were chaotic with many changes and uncertain events occurring in my life. Needless to say that I really didn’t have time to think much about the race unti...

May 5, 2019

After having the best possible race I could at Challenge Melbourne in late April (11 minute PB), it was always going to be hard to find the motivation and belief that I could put it all together again two weeks later at Ironman 70.3 Port Macquarie. I had been so happy...

May 3, 2019

ITU Long Course World Championships 

After a 30+ hour journey, I arrived in Pontevedra 8 days before my main race, so had plenty of time to adjust to the time difference and settle in. I traveled with two other members of the Australian Age Group Team who quickly beca...

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