Cellarbrating Maui with Brendan Sexton

cellarbrations2014 for Brendan Sexton was not all good and certainly not all bad. 35th in the ITU World Series rankings was an improvement on a nightmare 2013 but still far from where Brendan wanted to be at this time of the season in 2015.

With an early September finish to the WTS and a continued hunger to race Brendan was faced with the choice to continue the ITU season (world cups across 4 continents) or have a go at something different. Something different ALWAYS has an appealing ring to it until you start looking at specifics. Something different often involves planning, qualifying, a change in training schedule and, for Brendan, finding some quality company to share the experience with. Often making these factors becomes too difficult, too costly or just plain impossible – but not this year.

Read Brendan’s full article here… http://brendansexton.com.au/news/general/xterra-world-champs-debut-a-hawaiian-adventure

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Karl Hayes

Head of Rest and Recovery

Karl is a keen age group triathlete who races more than he trains. Good life balance! Karl works in the media industry in Australia and is passionate about the sport of triathlon.