Hi Everyone, Firstly, THANK YOU for all of the amazing support I have received over the last few days, it has been overwhelming and very humbling. Secondly, Tuesday just wasn’t my night. I warmed up really well and was much more focused for my Olympic Games 400H semi final, particularly compared to the night before in my heat. I drew lane 1 again and tried … Continue reading Rio 400H reflection
Hi Everyone, On Saturday July 30th I arrived at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida to begin my stay with the Australian Athletics Team bound for RIO! I will be spending the rest of my time training, recovering and relaxing here before flying into Rio August 10th. The facilities here at IMG are world class and it is a fantastic place to complete my preparations … Continue reading Team Camp
Hi Everyone, On Friday July 22nd I competed in the 400H at the London Diamond League, finishing 7th in a time of 55.37. It was a very high quality field, with many of my opponents on the day also lining up in Rio at the Olympic Games. I was mostly happy with my run from Lane 9, there was one hurdle that didn’t quite go … Continue reading London Diamond League
Hi Everyone, On Saturday July 16th I competed in Heusden, Belgium, winning the 400m hurdles in 55.69. I was happy with the win and mostly satisfied with my actual run. I made a stride pattern error at the final hurdle which affected my momentum but overall it was a solid performance and heading in the right direction. Full results from the KBC Nacht competition can … Continue reading Heusden, Belgium
Hi Everyone, I travelled to Europe, arriving in Cologne on July 3rd. On the weekend of July 9th and 10th I had two races to open up my 400H campaign in Europe. On Saturday I competing in a small town – Tarare, France – where I won the women’s 400m Hurdles in 55.89. I backed up well the following day, in St Egreve, France by … Continue reading European campaign begins
Hi Everyone, 50 DAYS TO GO till RIO! I thought I would mark the day with a ’50’ made out of hurdles! I still have a lot of training to do, hurdles to jump and races to run before I line up in Rio but it is getting closer and closer! Training has been going really well and I will be either racing/ time trialling (in … Continue reading 50 DAYS TO GO!
Hi Everyone, The 2016 Australian domestic season was a very consistent one for me in 400m Hurdles – 29/1 – Canberra 56.55 5/2 – Canberra 56.79 20/2 – Canberra 56.39 5/3 – Melbourne – 56.78 19/3 – Sydney 56.07 (Olympic Games Qualifier!) 3/4 – Sydney 56.92 16/4 – Canberra 56.00 (OGQ) Overall, I was happy to have run two Olympic Games Qualifier’s and also win … Continue reading Season recap