I first took up triathlon in 2006, coming from a swimming background. I made the change because I was bored of swimming and wanted a challenge. I currently train in Gore, and during an average training week I swim for eight hours, bike for ten, and run for three hours. My personal best swim time (1500m) is 17 minutes, and my best run time (10km) is 34 minutes. My favorite ITU race is Madrid, because it looks cool on TV. I have participated in the Academy Southland programme, and the Triathlon New Zealand Youth Academy.
The person who has had the most influence on my sporting career is my coach, Sid Cumming. My triathlon goals are to race as a professional on the world circuit and to compete at the Olympics and the World Championships as an elite. The biggest obstacle that I face is battling with constant injury and bad weather in Southland!
Latest Athlete Results
|40||21 Sep, 2014 - Elite Men - 02:04:24|
|33||07 Sep, 2014 - Elite Men - 01:59:27|
|9||09 Mar, 2013 - U23 Men - 01:57:16|
|2||03 Feb, 2013 - Mixed Relay - 00:19:57|
|5||03 Feb, 2013 - Elite Men - 01:00:20|
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The first Youth Olympic Games medallists could be in for some more hardware as some of the favourites target the Junior Men's and Junior Women's World Championships in Beijing this weekend.05 Sep, 2011
Athlete Fact Sheet
|Year of Birth||1992|
|Place of Birth||Gore, Southland, NZ|
|Sponsors||Under Armour, Wensley's Cycles|
|Hobbies||Motorbiking, mountain biking, working|
|World Triathlon Athlete ID||28283|