I am a Queensland (Brisbane) based athlete that has always had a love of sport. In February 2012, I did my first triathlon on home ground - Raby Bay and placed 6th. My second race - Luke Harrop Memorial I placed 2nd. This was the start of my love of triathlons.
Throughout school, I represented as an International Triathlete, National Cross Country, State Track runner, and State Swimmer. I captained both Regional and State teams to victory in 2017.
In 2016 I was honoured to be awarded the Pierre de Coubertin Award from the Australian Olympic Committee - recognising my achievements and demonstration of values which are consistent with the Olympic movement.
In 2017 I was crowned 16-19 Age Group World Triathlon Sprint Champion (Rotterdam) and in 2018 on the Gold Coast defended my World Title. I was crowned Australian Junior Male Champion for the 2018/19 triathlon season. In 2018 I very proudly carried the Commonwealth Games GC2018 Queen's Baton in my local area of Cleveland.
I am a very loyal and long-time member of Sharks Triathlon Club.
Since graduating in 2017 I had been working full-time (40hrs) until mid 2021 where I halved my workload to commit to sport as my primary goal. I am currently Guiding a VI Athlete and pursuing my own racing goals.