Tim is a professional athlete and coach better known for smuggling his budgie, an increasingly aerodynamic hair-line and a ridiculously good looking moustache.
Tim Reed takes a look at the Port Macquarie 70.3 mens field and places his usual witty slant on things. With the benefit of some inside information and being a professional triathlete he can get away with a slightly more casual look at this weekend's race.
Tim Reed, second at the recent SiS Half Ironman in Port Macquarie, previews the guys race at this weekend's Nepean Triathlon. There is a cracking field and it looks like four possible winners with a couple of potential surprises if there has been some secret training going on. This will be an exciting race and if you live in Sydney and are not racing then get out to Penrith and watch an exciting race format with some of the top triathletes in Australia.
Tim Reed – 2nd at Port Macquarie – talks about why this Half Ironman Triathlon is important and how the race went
There are some races that you simply want to win. Tim Reed was pondering why Port Macquarie Half Ironman is so important to him. Like nearly every race in Australia, the prize money is small but there was a much deeper motivation driving him that had him being unusually focused in his preperation for this event. After training with Tim Berkel, Matty White and other experienced professionals in Boulder he saw what sacrifices they would make to ensure that they got to a peak for big events. Read Tim's race report and ponderings.