Liuzhou IM 70.3 marked the beginning of my 2018 triathlon season. There was a world class field racing in both the men’s and women’s race. The names Alistair Brownlee and Craig Alexander might ring a bell even to any non-triathletes who have somehow found themselves on my blog. I was ready to race and felt pretty fit after 3 months of solid training with … Read More Liuzhou IM 70.3: 2nd place by 4 seconds, what the time doesn’t tell.
Recently I took part in a different sort of event – similar idea of keeping moving for a long time. But only running. And not on the even road surface but off road on trails and over mountains. Ok, fair enough, the non-triathletes among you will consider this little different to what I normally do, but those amongst you who dwell in the sport … Read More Don’t be afraid to change up the pace
Wow, what a whirlwind. I can’t believe how time flies. First I must apologise for the radio silence. I’m rather superstitious and I suppose I had a real fear of jinxing myself before my ‘A race’ of the season – anyways, I smashed it. Here’s how it went down. Despite the pressure which I felt slowly mounting as the date got closer – mostly … Read More Madness in Mooloolaba
How many of you have had the experience of visiting three countries in one day? Now imagine doing that in one race – it’s a truly unique experience. Last weekend, my team-mates and I travelled to Chiang Rai in the North of Thailand to take part in the Golden Triangle triathlon. I didn’t fully appreciate the awesomeness of the race until race morning.