Port Stephens Olympic

May 21, 2016

ll keep this short and sweet 


Port Stephens race weekend is one of my favorite races of the year and I was really looking forward to racing after my best 8 week block of training in years.


I started in the 4th wave with most of the competition leaving in the second wave 6 mins ahead.


I had a quick warm up swim focusing mainly on the conditions as i felt this would be the biggest factor in a good swim.


The gun went off and i high tailed it straight down the beach for a good 400m with no one following suit. I did the same for the second lap which paid off in the long run limiting my time to the quick swimmers.

I jumped on the bike and was really looking forward to laying a fast bike down as i feel the course suits me well. I felt like a could never get out of 4th gear but all in all still had the second quickest bike of the day.

Out on to the run which i found my legs quickly maybe going out a little to quick at the start as i struggled over the last 2 km. 


All in all i had a great day finishing 3rd overall and finally overcoming the Port Stephens hoodoo finishing 4th there on the last 4 occasions 



Congratulations to the rest of the Project M Team with most athletes having great races 



Matt Lewis  1st in cat 

Jarred Boyd 4th in cat

Rodney Murphy 11th in cat 

Rob Sheeley 6th in cat

Paula Ryan 3rd in cat




Tom Knight 4th in cat 



Seamus Nowell 1st in cat 






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