About me


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.

My Clubs

  • Sharks Tri

    The Club is based in the Redlands in South East Qld, and prides itself on being affordable, family friendly, supportive and with a strong social focus.

    Our aim is to encourage participation at all levels and ages.

    Whether you are just starting out and want to finish your first event, complete an Ironman or to represent Australia at a World Championship, we have the atmosphere and the experience to coach and help people achieve their goals. 

    With a low annual fee and many free training sessions, we are a not-for-profit club working solely for the benefit of our members. Come along and see how much fun triathlon can be!