7 months into the 2018 season and I was still fighting hard to escape doing the dreaded Olympic distance (OD) triathlon. Yesterday that battle was lost… Unlike other OD races with the standard 1500m swim, 40k bike and a 10k run. The London triathlon had adapted their own twist by shortening the run to 5k. … More AJ Bell London Triathlon
The SuperLeague qualifiers in Poznan will see some of the world best battle it out for 5 golden tickets onto the championship tour. Being a Jersey boy my interest to gain a wild card for the Jersey race was big. This meant I was set to race the qualifiers to try and prove myself to … More SUPERLEAGUE TRIATHLON POZNAN
So 2 months on, and I’ve battled away, getting my strength stronger, my speed quicker, and my inner fighter back on top. Bleinheim palace awas the next national super series round, where I could make an impact on the international stage, swimming on the feet, riding on the wheels, and running on the heels of … More Blenheim Palace 2018
The commonwealth experience: It was the 18th of April. I’d just landed in the gold coast after being in New Zealand racing. It was 29 degrees and the humidity was at 90%. I met the Jersey Team manager in the athlete’s welcome centre in the commonwealth games village where I was also met by about … More Commonwealth Games 2018 Gold Coast
A few weeks ago, I was presented with the opportunity by British Triathlon of racing in a few world cups (Mooloolaba AUS and New Plymouth NZ) to aid my preparations for the commies. Due to timings and training blocks I decided to only race in the New Plymouth World Cup which was the weekend just … More ITU New Plymouth world cup 2018
OTU Oceania championships 2018 – Devonport, Tasmania I want to start the blog by saying the life I live honestly would not be possible without the help from all the people who have backed me up. Fairway Group for the financial support, TYR for the swim apparel, Big Maggy’s for saving my beans last minute!! … More OTU Oceania championships 2018 – Devonport, Tasmania
Australia BLOG 1: The 2018 season is fast approaching and as I sit here on my 23.5-hour flight to Australia I can’t help but think how interesting it’s going to be. 2018 is a year for many firsts… 1st year as an u23, 1st year racing senior elite, 1st time racing in the commies and … More A big thank you!