Tag: running

Focus on your fit! #selflove

I have been thinking alot about this blog post over the last 24 hours, and although it is a very slow and frustrating process for me to type this out at the moment with only one arm fully functional (appologies in advance for any spelling/grammar errors), it was something that I haven’t been able to get out of my mind.…

Journey 2 Edmonton- Week 4-12

So 7 weeks have passed since my last training update about my journey to the World Age Group Triathlon Championships (which are in 7 weeks time!!). The last 7 weeks have been less that perfect (and definitely not as planned) – this is particularly true of the last 2-3 weeks during which very minimal training has been done thanks to…

Queensland Sprint Championships- Race Report

On the weekend I raced my second every sprint distance Triathlon- 12 months on from my first and at the same race. They couldn’t have been 2 more different days for me! Not to mention the last time I raced at this location for the Moreton Bay Triathlon (which was a complete disaster from start to finish). I was pumped…

10 ways my life has changed

A friend the other day pointed out how much I have changed when I agreed to sign up to do an obstacle course with her.  I met this friend only 4 years ago in my first year as a vet and she is absolutely right- the girl she worked with that year would have never agreed to do an obstacle…

Moolooaba Tri 2014- Race Report

On Sunday I raced my 5th Olympic Distance triathlon and my first race at Mooloolaba. I was lucky enough to receive any entry into this race after missing out on racing the Sunshine Coast 70.3 in September of last year. As many of you know, my training this year has been much more focussed on building strength rather than cardiovascular…

Moreton Bay Triathlon: Race Report

Moreton Bay Triathlon -29 September, 2013 Olympic Distance- 1.5/40/10 I must say this race was my worst I the 12 months I have been doing triathlons. Leading into the race I wasn’t quite sure how it was going to go, obviously I have come a long way since my last Olympic distance tri in Hervey Bay in May, however most…