With being overseas for a number of months, one often finds themselves wondering what training can be done when events are generally off the cards.…View More UltraHumps – Jacobs Ladder 7 Peaks Challenge
I discovered Ironman simply by chance which I will describe in this blog, I was intrigued, in my mid-forties, but also over weight, high blood pressure, unfit, couldn’t swim, didn’t know how to use clip in shoes on a bike let alone know where the gears were in the brakes, ate crap food, drank to much alcohol and when I look back I was on a path of self destruction. So when I turned a leaf and signed up for my first Ironman ‘then’ decided to change my ways described above, people even told me or laughed in my face that I was kidding myself and couldn’t do an Ironman… This is my story to hopefully encourage others, Ironman motto after all is “Anything Is Possible”!View More UltraHumps – Can Ya Do An Ironman…My Story!
Hi Blog Followers Welcome to another addition of the journey I am undertaking for the Cameron Brown Award and IronMaori / Port of Tauranga Legend…View More UltraHumps: Always Listen to Coach Ray’s Advice
Hi blog followers Welcome to my blog as I continue my journey towards the Cameron Brown Award and IronMaori / Port of Tauranga Legend Series. …View More UltraHumps: Back To Swimming
Hi Blog Followers I thought I’d aptly call this blog “A Game Of Two Halves”! As reported in previous blogs I trained whilst on holiday…View More UltraHumps: A Game Of Two Halves
Hi team, Since my last blog I have attended a family celebration of my mother’s 75th, a family wedding, and I am now on holiday…View More UltraHumps Journey to Cameron Brown Award and Iron Maori Legend Series
Well the journey has started and so has a niggling injury. The next event in the Cameron Brown Award / IronMaori Legend Series is the…View More UltraHumps – Struck By Injury!
Hi team It’s time to write my journey, so I thought I’d focus on the first of the 8 events I am to complete as…View More UltraHumps – Cameron Brown Award / IronMaori Legend Series Journey
Well I never actually went anywhere, but here is my story! When I completed Ultraman Australia 2016 on the Sunshine Coast, I won the Military…View More ULTRAHUMPS is back…
515km over 3 days An extreme event strictly for triathletes seeking a tougher challenge. Day 1, a 10 km swim and 140km cycle; Day 2,…View More ASA Supports UltraHumps At Ultraman