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IM Port Mac – WHAT A DAY!!!

IM Port Mac – WHAT A DAY!!!

After a tough couple of years of training for three Ironman’s, but missing, Melbourne and Kona in 2015 due to last minute injuries, I was extremely motivated to nail every aspect of this preparation and race! [...]

Some good news from Callala!!

Some good news from Callala!!

On a personal racing note, 2015 has definitely been one to learn from and then forget, but finally after plenty of setbacks and hard ‘yacka’ some good news to report! 2015 saw me train for two [...]

“Why AP10?”

“Why AP10?”

I am often asked “why AP10”, or “is there significance in the name?” This is usually quite difficult to answer in quickly in passing, so I thought I’d write a little bit about it! AP are [...]

Bec Lewis nails Port Macquarie Ironman!!!

Bec Lewis nails Port Macquarie Ironman!!!

    The preparation for Port Macquarie was something that taught me a lot about myself and how far I was able to push myself. Meg’s and Alex had everything planned out not just for the [...]

Run Technique Explained Course travels to Adelaide!

Run Technique Explained Course travels to Adelaide!

This comprehensive course, based on years of racing,  training and coaching experience, physiotherapy knowledge and working with the worlds best athletes and coaches, will have you: Running more efficiently Reduce your injury risk Learn how to [...]

My 5 favourite exercises for staying efficient and injury free in triathlon

My 5 favourite exercises for staying efficient and injury free in triathlon

  You may have read the article I wrote in the latest 220 Triathlon magazine on Injury Prevention and Improving Performance. As part of this, 220 wanted to make a video of my 5 favourite exercises for [...]

Simone Campbell Ironman Oz!

Simone Campbell Ironman Oz!

Why do an Ironman?!   Mad.  That’s what my friends and family thought.  What sane person chooses to swim 3.8km, ride 180km, and then run a marathon – and pay to do it!  My inspiration came [...]

Craig Alexander’s Wollongong Triathlon Camp

Craig Alexander’s Wollongong Triathlon Camp

I felt privileged to be asked to present at Crowie’s first triathlon camp, which was held over the weekend in Wollongong. The organisers put a lot of effort into making the camp as personal as possible, [...]

AIS – Level 3 Sports Physio Course

AIS – Level 3 Sports Physio Course

I have recently arrived back from the AIS in Canberra, where I spent 10 days doing the Sports Level 3 Physiotherapy course. This is a course that is run once a year and you have to [...]

Baking the Cake – Peaking for the ‘A’ Race

Baking the Cake – Peaking for the ‘A’ Race

This is a very exciting time for a lot of athletes who are heading into their ‘A’ race of the season, the Australian Ironman at Port Macquarie. It is a time when months and in a [...]