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A day of triumph, relief and gratitude

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A day of triumph, relief and gratitude. On Sunday the 15th of November I lined up for what was bound to be the biggest physical challenge I have faced so far in my triathlon career. Three off-road triathlons back to back with a mind numbing total of 6.5km swimming, 100km mountain biking and 42km trailing running. With the added bonus of 4000m elevation gain! Certainly intimidating. The anticipation of the unknown is what excited me ….  Read More

Iso

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Well what a crazy old time it’s been the last month or so. Not looking like things are going to be changing anytime soon either. I definitely feel as if I am in a limbo at the moment between training for no races and having my uni degree put on hold due to the closure of a lot of schools. I imagine a lot of people are feeling this way currently, which is okay. One ….  Read More

How Light is too Light?

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It’s no secret that many endurance sports create an environment where we believe ‘the leaner we are the better we can be’ – and this is not just female athletes but males too! For a while it’s been something I have wanted to write about, and to share my story. But, if I’m being honest, I’ve been scared to put myself out there. I’ve been racing as a professional triathlete for three years, and it ….  Read More

Race Updates

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Phew, so I finally have a second to sit down and write race reports for Geelong 70.3 and Oceania Cross Champs. It’s been an awesome two weekends racing to start my year off and has definitely stoked the fire to keep up the hard work. Geelong 70.3: Coming into Geelong I had my first serious 6 week block of 70.3 training. I knew that I wasn’t going to be at the pointy end of the ….  Read More

Why I run

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As a professional Triathlete running is really an everyday staple. But it began as a much more humble activity for me. I discovered my true love for running when I realised the immense benefits it has on fitness levels. I always played hockey as a junior and when I was about 15 I started taking it a bit more seriously. So I started running outside of hockey training, not just 5km runs here and there ….  Read More