Who are Inspirations?
As I mentioned above Tim Don I remember watching the 2000 Sydney Olympics and I've followed Tim ever since and the fact he is still racing strong today shows his class. Last few years I've followed Lionel Sanders and Cam Wurf I like the way they attack races and of course the Brownlee brothers.
Top tip for a newbie?
Race a different race/event each year to keep it fresh. Something I was once told and I've followed that advice and I'm still in love with the sport. Learn and improve whether that be via a coach, the internet or a book do what's right for you.
Favourite training session?
The classic 20 x 400's down the track with team mates pushing each other all the way.
That’s easy Pizza followed by Tiramisu.
Favourite film / series?
Shawshank Redemption, Basketball Diaries, The Dark knight, National lampoons Christmas vacation.
Biggest sporting achievement
Racing for Great Britain, racing at the World Champs in Kona, Gold medal at the Age Group 70.3 European Championships, being crowned British/European Quadrathlon champion,
What’s your next challenge/goal in the sport?
Marathon Des Sables 2023 252km in the Sahara Desert in 6 days self supported and then later in the year the Ironman World Championships.