Jeremy was born 3 months premature which resulted in him being diagnosed with hemiplegia cerebral palsy. He has always been an active individual competing in able-bodied running throughout school, cycling in his early 20’s and then transitioning to triathlon in 2017 completing numerous Olympic and 70.3 Ironman’s. It wasn’t until 2019 when he actively looked into para-sport as he began to accept and publicise the fact he had cerebral palsy, making his domestic debut in 2020 and subsequent international debut in 2022 post COVID lockdowns. His first year on the international circuit proved a success, culminating in 3rd place at the PTS4 2022 World Championships. He currently trains with the Eloitik Professional triathlon squad based in Melbourne, Australia and is on the #RoadtoParis2024.