Back in late September I did my first ever live QNA on social media, where I spent 45 minutes answering all sorts of questions. Here is a brief summary for those that missed it! Should I do this as a monthly thing? Feedback WANTED, Comment below!
The fiercest race in the friendliest city! Lives up to its tag line in every since of the word. The racing was insane, the course was honest and the conditions were trying! The wall of names! We had the pleasure of watching the women's race on the Saturday in full sun and a stiff wind … Continue reading 2018 Ironman 70.3 World Championship – Race Report
I qualified for the 70.3 World Championships to be held in Port Elizabeth South Africa at the Cairns 70.3 Ironman race back in June 2018 and since them my race calendar has been under constant revision. Its hard to focus on anything beyond September 2nd at the moment! I have never raced a World Championship … Continue reading 70.3 Ironman World Championships – Here I Come!
Well I recently held my first ever training camp. I know I am being biased but I thought it was an amazing experience. I got to (with the help of Starfish Tri Athletic Head coach Ben Luscombe) guide 10 athletes through an epic weekend of swim, bike & run! Together we had put in a … Continue reading Winter Training Camp by Starfish Tri Athletic & Tristyle Coaching
"Motivation gets you going, but routine keeps you going" This is a topic that has played on my mind for some time. We hear it all the time, motivation is driving a person to get something done! My concern is that motivation is an emotion that wanes, fluctuates and to be honest is fickle! So … Continue reading Routine over motivation
So last time I ran at the Gold coast Marathon was 1999, some 19 years ago! I previously ran the full marathon, which was my very first ever dabble into endurance running. It left a pretty big (mental) scar and took me a lot of years to find my way back to endurance sport. But … Continue reading Gold Coast Half Marathon 2018 – #GCM18
Well the race is run, did I achieve my goals? At the time when I finished I was a little disappointed (even jaded) with my performance, however upon reflection (which is the main reason I blog) I couldn't be happier with how the day panned out, as an athlete and a coach! So let's hook … Continue reading 2018 Cairns 70.3 – Race Review