Making Lemonade

“I’ve been called many things by many people. Quitter is not one of them.” – Hillary Clinton   Those who follow this web series will know life has been a Read More

A Little Bit Heart Broken

I’ve been staring at this blank page for the last hour … because honestly, I’m not quite sure where to start. To say I’m disappointed is an understatement. I’m gutted. Read More

Gadget Games 

Getting the most from your technology Technology and triathlon go hand-in-hand. Being a relatively young sport, triathlon has fortuitously fallen into a golden age of sporting technology advances, which could Read More


It was the day before the State Cycling Championships, a big deal for the then 14-year-old Wilson. My lack of natural talent, combined with conservative (i.e. sensible) training protocols for a Read More

Paradise Calling

Located on the west coast of Sri Lanka, the cosmopolitan city of Colombo is the largest city of the island and is known as its commercial capital. It’s often described Read More

Wyn-ing at Life

Eight-time Ironman Champion, Luke McKenzie, has had a passion for the sport of triathlon since he was a young boy, volunteering alongside his family at Ironman Australia, in Port Macquarie, Read More

Gut Feeling

What actually causes those gut problems during exercise? Ask most long-course triathletes (and many in shorter distances), and they’ll tell you horror stories of gut problems ruining a training session Read More

Controlling Pre-Race Nerves

Life in the Jungle We’ve all experienced nerves before. Even those who haven’t done a triathlon yet will still be able to recall having to stand up in front of Read More

Road Trip

We started the car, I scrolled through my iPod, searching for entertainment for the next few hours. “Has anyone ever heard The 12th Man albums before?” No-one had. I hit Read More

A Re-Joyceful Return

After having a baby less than a year ago, one of the most successful female triathletes around is back and proving to be better than ever. In just her first Read More

Born to Race

There aren’t many famous people from Bermuda. There are Bermuda shorts of course. Certainly, no other 53km2 territory can claim responsibility for such an influential neon movement in the 90s. Read More

Sexton’s Scribble

Many paths to the peak Getting back on track after a setback It’s an athlete’s worst nightmare: three days out from your big event, and a slight tickle creeps into Read More

Words With Willy

Drug Test Many things go into the day-to-day life of being a professional triathlete. Some may seem obvious, like the excessive training, the excessive eating, the excessive sleeping, and the Read More

So, You Wanna… Go Pro

Have you ever thought about going Pro? Is it all glamour – life of the rich and famous? Surely, there is more to it. And when do you know when Read More

Richard Thompson Ultraman Record Breaker

Wicketkeeper and goalkeeper turned ultra endurance athlete, Ultraman record breaker, Richard Thompson chats to AT’s Aimee Johnsen about his early beginnings in triathlon, turning Pro at just 23, his racing Read More

The Year That Changed Her Life

How big was the biggest mistake of your life? On a day-to-day basis, athletes make decisions about their performance. We choose the level of application we are willing to give Read More

Josh Amberger

REACHING FOR THE TOP He studied history and international relations, is one-half of Skullduggery Coffee, has a love for heavy metal music and, it seems, has finally found his calling Read More

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