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Men’s Wellness “Stop Men Dying too Young”

  In November I was part of an amazing group of people who all came together addressing the issues facing men and their health in this current day. The evening’s aim was to raise awareness, whilst reducing the stigma attached to how men should (and do) act regarding their physical & mental health. As a […]


Am I one of the 50 Greatest Athletes in the world right now?

The reason I put my mind and body through hours of training is to continually strive to be the best version of myself, nothing else! I don’t get up before the sun rises to go swim in a pool, or run through the local trails in the middle of winter with frozen fingers for anything […]


Surgery, World Tour, and my Next Challenge…

It’s been an interesting past few months… Firstly, I had surgery on my shoulder in August, a procedure I potentially needed prior to The Ultimate Triathlon but for obvious reasons, didn’t have done. What I thought was simply going to be just a quick and simple “clean up job” well, wasn’t. I had a lot […]


Cooking on Performance Kitchen

When I was asked to share a recipe on the new and exciting online YouTube cooking channel Performance Kitchen, I was extremely excited. Performance Kitchen is a cooking show that features elite athletes cooking up some of their favourite pre/post meals, while chatting to the host who asks questions about their sport, and cooking knowledge. […]


Mental Health Awareness Week

  The past week has been Mental Health Awareness Week, and I teamed up with The Mental Health Foundation to educate, promote awareness, and help others who suffer from mental illnesses feel like they are not alone. The focus of the week was on relationships, and how they play a huge part in helping people deal, […]


Mental Health, it’s #OK2talk

Over the past 12 months I’ve been beginning to speak openly about my ongoing battle with depression. It’s been far from simple, easy, or even at times, without any thought! I suffered in silence for many many years, without disclosing the anguish I was going through with anyone,  not my family, partner, or close friends. […]

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Caught in the Act of Becoming

I feel extremely privileged whenever asked for an interview, because I feel people actually want to learn about my journey from an injured, depressed soccer player, and into my new self; an Endurance Adventurer. I Recently spoke with Christian Newbold, an Australian journalist who writes for Triathlon and Multisport Magazine in Australia. We chatted for over two hours […]


The Ultimate Triathlon – #morocco2monaco

    The Ultimate Triathlon – my 2000 kilometre journey in 12 days from Morocco to Monaco finally arrived. But, no matter how much we plan for something, while being meticulous in our preparation and research, sometimes “things” just don’t go as expected. Without giving too much away, as there will be a day by […]


Peace and Sport Partnership

Peace and Sport Partnership Starting this month (November 2015) I’ll be working with Peace and Sport, an international initiative at the service of peace. It works for sustainable peace throughout the world. Peace and Sport intervenes in areas made vulnerable by extreme poverty, recent conflict or lack of social cohesion. A neutral and apolitical organisation based in Monaco, Peace […]


Being Human

Why I didn’t train today – I’m HUMAN I am not injured, over trained, tired (physically) or having equipment problems; I’m simply struggling with life! With less than six weeks remaining until the biggest physical challenge of my life, one I set myself over three years ago and have been working towards ever since; I’ve […]