Tag: professional athlete

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Rapperswil 70.3

I opened my European race season with IM Rapperswil 70.3 at the beginning of June. I often get asked how I choose my races, and of course there are a variety of reasons. But at Rapperswil, the beautiful scenery and amazing spectators, particularly when running around with the Swiss flag on your bib, are unbeatable. I was relatively relaxed going into the race, and … Read More Rapperswil 70.3

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Liuzhou IM 70.3: 2nd place by 4 seconds, what the time doesn’t tell.

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.

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Control the Controllables

At the beginning of October, I took on my longest (and hardest) race yet, in Weihai, China. I was invited as part of the Shanghai Triathlon Club, a fun and enthusiastic group of triathletes who are also incredibly numerous standing as the biggest Club in Asia.

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Preparing your mental game

As those who follow me on Instagram or Facebook will know, my race scheduled for this upcoming weekend (24th of Sept), the IM 70.3 Chongqing, has been cancelled – well officially postponed. It was a bit of a sting when I found out. Of course the race organisers would not have wanted this, as it would have cost them a lot both financially and … Read More Preparing your mental game

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Were you happy with your race? Vichy IM 70.3

Vichy was my first IM 70.3 race as a pro. And boy was it fun. I came fourth out of the pro women, and finished just over 4 minutes after the winner. Knowing my competitive side, many people have asked me if I’m pleased with the result.