March 16, 2019

Club champs 2019, Orange NSW.

This was Jay and my second attempt at Club Champs.  The thought of racing for 2 hours instead of 5 hours was quite appealing as we hadn't raced short course in over a year.  Two days prior to the race it was announced that the swim leg was...

March 2, 2019

Ironman New Zealand…it has taken me awhile to write this race report. It was a day that promised plenty as I had the best prep I had ever had for the iron distance and I was feeling fit and ready. However it was a day that ended in bittersweet disappointment as a few t...

February 24, 2019

HUSKY 70.3 Race Report 24th Feb 2019

PB’S & Heart Palpitations

Atriums & Ventricles. They make up the four chambers of the heart, a muscle responsible for pumping blood throughout the body, typically 60 to 100 times per minute. In Huskisson on Sunday 24th of February, mi...

February 17, 2019

Geelong, a city I’d only ever driven through on the way to Bell’s Beach. My total
knowledge of the place was that it has a ferris wheel. When putting together a
rough race calendar I threw this race in as a very big maybe, thinking I’d be lucky
to be injury-free let al...

February 9, 2019

A triathlon without a swim is a thing of nightmares for people like me! That nightmare was to play out on Saturday, 9 Feb 2019 at the standard distance triathlon in Canberra.
A few days before the race, it was announced that due to blue green algae in Lake Burley Griff...

February 9, 2019

Nowra, on the banks of the Shoalhaven River, originally inhabited by the Wodi-
Wodi tribe, is possibly best known for producing the racehorse, Archer. For
those that don’t know, Archer won the first two Melbourne Cups and historians
will tell you that he was robbed of...

January 12, 2019

Kurnell Tri 2019 Sprint

750m swim

20km bike

5km run

Total time 01:13:56

Swim: 00:12:45

Cycle: 00:39:22

Run: 00:21:48

There’s nowhere to hide in a Sprint. For many people a Sprint triathlon is the least intimidating race and it’s often people’s first triathlon distance, but I h...

November 18, 2018

This was a TOP race and I can't recommend it enough. 

The flights out are cheap, easy and frequent, and all 6 of us arrived with bags and bikes intact, and looking forward to some dumplings. 

My prep for this race was very patchy (man-flu continued), and I had a pretty a...

November 11, 2018

I was so pumped to be travelling down to Shepparton on Friday morning for Challenge Shepp on Sunday morning. Shepp was going to be my first race lining up as a Professional and as excited as I was for that I was equally as nervous of going into the unknown of pro racin...

November 4, 2018

When I got my November program and noticed that I was going to be doing the Standard distance at Huskisson, I was a little indifferent to the idea. I had only raced one proper Standard distance before (Wollongong this year) and I can't say I enjoyed it too much! Racing...

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