The New Year provides a great point in a year to consider new beginnings and to consider what feelings and experiences you want in the next year. Whether your focus is business, sporting or family or areas in each, I think it important to firstly STOP, CHECK IN and REVIEW.
Boost Coaching Team achieves great results at New Zealand Duathlon Nationals. Tanya Sharp, Mike Roigard, Louise Shrimpton and Kevin Allen & Matt Merrick NZ Age Group Duathlon Champions. Ricky Simonsen 2nd place, Arien Hieklema and Nick Wrigley 4th places. Awesome work team!
A great weekend at the ITU World Champs topped off with all the Boost Team really happy with their day's racing.
In the Sprint Event Tanya Sharp had a super strong race to come in 5th place and Stephen Crerar finished 38th.
In the Olympic Distance event Ian Peach finish 22nd which included a personal best run to finish off the day.
Andrew Mackay finished 15th and was really please with how the day went. For full results visit http://www.multisportaustralia.com.au/RaceTecResults/Default.aspx?CId=1&RId=751&EId=1
Congratulations to our athletes competing last week
- Josh Scally - had the Secondary School Cycle Champs and while he had some mechanical issues in the hill climb and time-trial he came back in the Crit to clean up the field leading off the front for three laps leaving no one else a chance - awesome work Josh!
- Karen Rasmussen - Ran Dunedin's Moro Half Marathon in a comfortable 1:55 improving her previous best and achieving this really easily.
- Laurika Hazelhurst & Barb Carson completed the Marton to Wanganui Run Relay event in 6:38 to finish in 3rd place in the two person team but these two flying ladies were the only woman's team so in my books they are number 1!!!
- Ricky Simonsen unfortunately was unable to complete the 70.3 World Champs in Las Vegas. Conditions on the day were extremely hot so it is never an easy task to travel from our winter into this extreme environment.