Main objectives in your sport career:
Win big races.

What is the best moment of your sports career?
Winning my comeback race from shoulder reconstruction at Rev3 South Carolina over a loaded field.

What do you think about before competition?
The race, the million little things that I need to do in order to have a successful day.

How do you get motivated before competition?
Knowing I have put the work in to beat the best.

Tell us about an anecdote during competition:
The difference in internal jubilation as I dismounted the bike between setting the half and ironman bike split records. As I entered T2 at 70.3 Clearwater I was caught up in the moment and the accomplishment and I focused more on the cramps in my legs rather than my form. To say the least I did not have a good run at all. When I got off the bike at Ironman Florida I knew I set the standard but I immediately put the bike behind me and really focused on not making the marathon a death march. To say the least I have matured mentally over the last few years.

Appart from triathlon, which are your other hobbies?
Skiing and Snowmobiling.

Do you listen to music before a race?

Favorite dish:

Your favourite book:
“For Swimmers 365 Main Sets”

Your favourite film:
The Matrix (1999)

The place that has amazed you the most:
Icefields Parkway

A Challenge to overcome:
Unprepared aid stations, being the leader of the race many times the aid stations are not set up or underprepared.


Would you like to sign up for our newsletter below and stay up to date on all of our monthly highlights and promos.