Ironman Melbourne

Wow. What a day it was for Ironman Melbourne. The course logistics made it a little difficult for spectators. If you only had one athlete to support, the folks at WTC had put on a great system of busses and mini finishes lines every 10k to spur athletes on. Pretty cool. But with quiet a […]

Ironman NZ Camp 2012

Kristian is riding his epic MTB ride right now and wanted to get this up so you are all in the know…. Ironman NZ camp 27th to the 30th January 2012 Come and join Ironman Champion coach for a training camp on the Ironman course in Lake Taupo and ensure you leave no stone unturned […]

TriSpecific Athletes set Personal Bests at Challenge Roth

Belinda Harper has without a doubt made the jump from very good age grouper to pro athlete. In 2010 Belinda won the AG title in Kona as first amateur female across the line in the fastest female age group time in history (9:44:19). This was Belinda’s second Ironman after winning her first one in Taupo […]

Ironman Australia

Ironman. It’s a sport that you have to work damn hard at to get the race day rewards you dream of but unfortunately you can work so damn hard and even smart and still have it serve you a big slice of humble pie. I watched Pete Jacobs who has worked for such a long […]

The Results keep Rolling In

The Weather forecasts for the Campbells Half Ironman in Shepparton yesterday were for thunderstorms and lots of wind. Thankfully this didn’t eventuate and Shepparton put on conditions that demanded a fast day. TriSpecific athletes again found success with pro athlete Josh Rix having a great battle with Matty White and finishing 2nd, only a close […]

TriSpecific takes 3 Podiums from 5 Athletes Racing in Kona

Yesterday we got to witness an amazing day in sport. The racing was of such a high caliber which had the social media world going nuts and the atmosphere in Kona was electric. As a coach with 5 athletes racing, 4 of whom won their respective age groups to get here, I was gearing up […]