Podium, Noosa Tri and LiveWrong Ride

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Noosa Tri The weekend past was not to be overshadowed by the spectacle that is the Noosa Triathlon Festival. MEC had 3 athletes make the journey north to compete in the Olympic Distance event. For Patrick Nalty this was his goal race for the year. A fantastic block of training in the months leading allowed him to steer things home safely despite some cramping in the mid stages of the run. A great performance Patrick. Fi Neuwirth used the day... Read more.

Training camp and MTB racing

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Training Camp Over the weekend the MEC crew heading south of Melbourne to the Mornington Penisula to run its pre Ironman camp for those heading to Busselton. There was a great mix in the group first timers, professional and multiple Ironman finishers. As with the previous camp held earlier this year the group not only got some great training done but learnt a lot in the process. Particularly from each other as there was such a diverse group of athletes.... Read more.

Marathons, 70.3 & Cycle Challenges

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Showing the diversity of the athletes in MEC we had athletes lining up for the Melbourne Marathon, 70.3 Hefei and the Great Ocean Road Cycle Challenge. Jeff Beavis went around for his second consecutive week (Around the Bay last week) and again found the winds were up to challenge the riders in the Great Ocean Road Cycle Challenge. Jeff has made huge improvements with his health after a severe bike crash last year. He is certainly building back up to full... Read more.

Stand for nothing, fall for anything…….

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In triathlon, let alone the world, there is so much noise! So much advice, opinions, ‘facts’ that at the end of the day I can only see for most people they become confused. Confused because in this day and age of social media and 24hr news, somewhere along the way we lost the bullshit filter (for the record bullshit filter is not a technical term). Many lose the ability to sit and think for themselves, to create and form their... Read more.

Tough days, Running & China racing

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As it tends to do, the Melbourne weather turned on a challenging day for the 'Around the Bay' riders last weekend. Kathy Delos Santos has showed how much she has grown not only in fitness but in confidence taking on one of her longest rides ever in the brutal winds. While Kathy is slight in build she has shown that tough days are for tough people. Well done Kathy. Matt Carmen rolled the legs over and opened his seasons account... Read more.