If there’s one thing I’m learning about endurance events, it’s to approach them with zero expectations. Every event is different and will test you in different ways to the ones that have come before it. I’d been convinced by Max Delacy (CEO of Spartan Race Australia) to sign up for the 12 Hour Hurricane Heat … Continue reading Hurricane Heat 12 HR – Selection Edition
I hadn't planned on making the journey across the country to True Grit in Sydney, but as I saw more and more friends talking about going, I made a last-minute decision to book a flight to Sydney. True Grit is a 12km military style obstacle course race which also had an Enduro option for those … Continue reading True Grit – Aussie Titles
It all started on a quiet Monday in May in my friend’s house in LA. I could barely move thanks to the delayed onset muscle soreness I was experiencing after the weekend’s events. I’d just completed my first ever endurance challenge and was on a high despite feeling very sore. I was being told about … Continue reading The RYNGE
Bonefrog was a last minute addition to my 2016 race calendar. I’d seen their photos on Instagram but didn’t know much about the race. It wasn’t until they announced Dustin as their new race announcer that everyone on Facebook started talking about the series and I realised I could get to their Florida race. I … Continue reading Bonefrog Challenge (Orlando)
Event 15 was the biggest challenge I'd faced to date. A 30+ hour endurance challenge in the hills of Monrovia, California.
Can I get a Gut Check?! It was July 2015, and I saw a post on Facebook about an event called The Suck - a 12+ hour event that is designed to test your physical and mental boundaries. 2016 was the year to challenge my boundaries so I signed up right away. I'd been so … Continue reading The Suck