Triathlete, entrepreneur, eternal PhD student and general science nerd.
Latest from Andrew Buckrell
- Australia Takes Gold in Commonwealth Games Mixed Relay Triathlon, Gentle Celebrates Big Comeback
- Duffy, Schoeman Win Commonwealth Games Triathlon, Brownlees Slowed by Prior Injuries
- When You May Lose But Then Win – Predictions for the Commonwealth Games
- Does having a lead moto provide drafting rider performance?
- How much does drafting really affect your bike performance?
Ben Norden is the owner and founder of Bicycle Buyer and Cycle Hosts and spends his spare time staying active so he can eat tasty food. Having a strong interest and completing study in behavioral science and business, Ben produces social commentary articles for many great outlets.
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As a Physiotherapist, Personal Trainer, Pilates instructor and wellness consultant, I blend inspiring wellbeing with evidence-based health.
Chef @ No Name, Husband, Plant Based Triathlete.
Latest from Jared Simons
Having been involved in elite competitve triathlon from a very early age, the area of performance and individual improvement has always intrigued me. As I've grown and gone through various experiments on myself and in the lab, I've realised that much of what we've been taught is false.
Age Group tragic, winner of occasional races, only really into racing for the gear, multi Garmin owner, open to trading kids for a new Zipp disc.
Latest from David Deakin
- Review: Suunto 3 Fitness. A Fitness Watch for Beginners
- Review: Zone3 Activate Triathlon Range Introduce more Vibrancy and Comfort
- Review: SunGod PaceBreaker sunglasses – Look Cool While Dropping Watt Bombs
- Review: Is the Orca Predator Wetsuit Too Much for The Average Age Grouper?
- Review: Suunto Spartan Trainer HR Multi-Sport Watch, A Tidy Watch at a Tidy Price
- Review: EliteHRV, a simple yet powerful platform enabling the measurement of Heart Rate Variability
15 years experience working in an online coaching capacity both with age group and with professional athletes in a training camp environment. My passion is the future of young upcoming pro triathletes moving to an international level.
Jeremy (Jez) Thewlis is a writer, adventurer, motivator and keen communicator. With a strong background in sociology and teaching, he's always been fascinated with the art and science of human performance and the pursuit of excellence. Curious, blunt and irreverent, he's continually looking for the story behind the story, the hidden gems that can both entertain and inspire.
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.
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Freelance editor & writer. I have written for various food, lifestyle and sports publications, as well as newspapers, and I was formerly the editor of Triathlon & Multisport Magazine.
Latest from Keagan Ryan
Using her 20+ years of clinical experience Kira combines her knowledge of Naturopathic medicine with her education in sports nutrition to create a truly wholistic approach to optimising performance for athletes and those striving for optimum health.
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Matty has been a professional triathlete for 18 years and has competed at the highest level in long course triathlon during this time. Matt turned pro at the age of 20 and trained with a World Champion Triathlon Squad on the Gold Coast for a year before heading over to the French Professional club circuit to make a living from the sport. Now a Level 1 Triathlon Coach Accredited through Triathlon Australia.
Latest from Matt White
- Why Bike Strength will Improve your Run
- How to Build Strength on the Bike
- How to Improve Your Running Drills
- Is Getting a Professional Licence and Keeping it Too Easy?
- What to do when you’re struggling with mental demons in a race
- Quick Tip: Why sticking to a program is the key to adaptation in triathlon training
Mitch has been racing full time as a professional athlete since 2010 and has won multiple Ironman 70.3 and ITU races on the international circuit as well as representing Australia as an Elite athlete. Mitch has completed a Bachelor of Human Movement at the University of Technology Sydney.
From the early years, I've been captivated by sport, and fascinated with how athletes can do what they do. This curiosity has driven me to study the sciences that explain human movement and sport performance. As I've aged, the areas of health and longevity have crept into my curiosity.
Latest from Paul Laursen
With experience as both a Age group and Professional Triathlete, Polly hopes to help fellow athletes through the lessons she has learnt in the sport. Having put her own racing on the back burner, she now works alongside husband Kriss in their strength training company - Strength For Endurance.
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The BumbleB Triathlete is an age-grouper racing long course triathlon multiple Ironman finishes. When not competing or training he can generally be found on the sidelines supporting others’ race, often with a “Movember Mo-Hawk” coloured by popular vote.
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A cyclist and tech geek at heart with a passion for new shiny things and a huge appetite for triathlon. I spend most of my time between managing two of Australia's best triathletes and a traditional corporate life.
Latest from Shawn Smith
- Kinetic Revamps Interactive Trainer Lineup to Include Power and Control
- Faces From The Finish Line of the 2018 Ironman World Championship
- The Best of the 2018 Ironman World Championship
- Perfect Conditions for New Records: Patrick Lange and Daniela Ryf Claim Titles at 2018 Ironman World Championship
- Top Run Images From Race Day at 2018 Ironman World Championship
- Top Bike Images From Race Day at 2018 Ironman World Championship
Tim is a professional athlete and coach better known for smuggling his budgie, an increasingly aerodynamic hair-line and a ridiculously good looking moustache.
Aussie triathlete and four time winner of the long distance triathlon; 2008 Busselton, 2010 and 2011 Copenhagen, 2016 Cairns. Currently commuting between Australia and the USA and working on my farming skills.
Karl Frank is an age group triathlete who under his alter ego of “Tri Monkey” is passionate about taking the mystery out of the sport, helping new triathletes, and motivating people of all ages to get involved and take their first steps to a fitter and healthier life.