Summer is Back

Ok, so it has been a long time since my last blog. All is going well and I am on track for the Solo Crossing in February and March 2019. Where to start is the big question?


Over the last couple of months, I have seen the end of my winter training. I managed to maintain 2-3 sessions a week through winter; doing around 10km a week. I am glad that I did, I feel so good for it now!

I am very excited to announce that on the 1 September 2018 I was selected as a Catfish Athlete. Catfish are an Australian Swimwear and Tri Suit Stockist. They design, make and sell some awesome products and deliver worldwide. I will stand out in the crowd at all my swim meets over summer. I am grateful to have Catfish supporting me during the swim season; they are a great group of people. Check them out: www.catfishdesigns.com.au


So to the start of the summer training: I started my Summer Solo Program on 8 October 2018. I am about a week and a half into it with 18km down in the first week, not a bad start. Swimming through winter has made a big difference to the first week back in the Summer Solo Program. The body is feeling great and ready to go!

I have my first swim meeting for the season, this weekend 20 October 2018; the Eurzo North Cot Cold Water Classic. It is a short 1.6km course. This event raises funds for the Leukaemia Foundation. It is a great community event and a great start to the swim season. To all you Western Australians that want to give open water swimming a try or see what it is all about, come down and check it out!

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Wow, it is all coming together! So much more going on in my swimming mind, but for now I will leave it there. I will update you all soon.

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