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

SEXTON’s Scribble

The Secret Society I have written numerous times about my adoration for the inclusive, accepting and encouraging collective temperament of the triathlon community. Our sport’s positively infectious attitude towards enjoyment Read More

Words With Willy

The Sea “Are you sure it wasn’t a dolphin?” one of the lifeguards asked. I looked at her with what I imagined to be a withering stare. Marine biologist, I Read More

Know Your Why

Do you ever find yourself forgetting why you set your alarm for 4:30am to wake up and get your training done? Forgetting why you drag yourself to the pool to Read More

This is Kona 2017

AT’s Korupt Vision headed to the Big Island to cover the IRONMAN World Championships in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, this is how the day unfolded. Congratulations to Patrick Lange and Daniela Ryf Read More

A Change in Perspective

They say that Ironman is all about the journey – that it’s not so much about the actual “race”, but what it takes to get there. Well, my build to Read More


Aussie Mel Urie recently entered the record books as the only female ever, to complete the greatest of triathlon challenges – the EPIC 5 event. A whopping five Ironman events, Read More

Xena Warrior Princess

In 2009, Caroline Steffen, twenty-time national swimming champion and an ex-Raleigh-Lifeforce professional team rider, joined forces with Brett Sutton. The quest? To become a triathlon superstar.     With such Read More

Don’t Die Wondering

Ironman Australia Champion Laura Siddall When Laura Siddall told her father she was quitting her job at multinational conglomerate Shell in order to stay in Australia, he expressed concern about Read More

Atkinson’s Next Big Adventure

Courtney Atkinson is a veteran of the Australian triathlon scene with a couple of decades of elite racing under his belt. A junior world champion, multiple times Australian Champion and Read More

Meet Major Holly

At just 32, Major Holly Orchard has done it all. She has served in the Army, has been deployed to places like Afghanistan; she is a qualified personal trainer and Read More

Babies on Board

It looks like the future Ironman World Champions will be flooding in like a tidal wave by the year 2042, thanks to triathlon sensations Liz Blatchford, Mirinda Carfrae, Jodie Cunnama, Read More

Alex Kozeniauskas – Type 1 Athletic

Alex Kozeniauskas is not your typical endurance athlete. The determined, hardworking and successful triathlete has Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus (T1DM) and has the extra challenge of managing the chronic condition Read More


From overweight, alcoholic, fast-food king to vegan ultra-athlete. AT’s Margaret Mielczarek chats to Rich Roll about his early sporting success, his downward spiral towards parties, booze and drugs, and how he turned Read More

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