Luke Bell | AUS Professional Triathlete

D.O.B: 21 / 4/ 1979
Resides: Melbourne, Victoria, AUS
San Diego, CA / Boulder CO, USA
Studies: Bch. App Sci - Physical Education.

Luke is a professional triathlete, 'Australian made'. Growing up in the small country town of Portland Victoria sport, health and activeness has always been apart of his life. Playing all sports as a youth he was introduced to triathlon and immediately feel in love with the sport. Now being a professional athlete and doing what he loves most.... multisport events.

Luke mainly focuses on long course events ranging from Half Ironman through to the ultra gruelling Ironman events with his eyes on the most difficult of all events, the 'holy grail' of triathlon endurance  "Hawaii Ironman World Championships"
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Emma Jackson | AUS Professional Triathlete


D.O.B: 20 / 8 / 1991
Resides:Joyner, Queensland

Height: 1.62m
Weight: 51kg
U23 World Champion of the year 2010, and 2009 Junior World Championships silver medalist. From 2007 to 2010 Jackson took part in 16 ITU competitions and achieved 11 top ten positions. In 2004, at the age of 13, Emma competed in her first triathlon, going into the event with no biking experience at all. Unfortunately she didn’t have any experience with changing gears so completed the whole race in the same gear.  Needless to say she found the bike leg extremely difficult and thought the sport might not be for her.

2011 saw her compete in her first full season at the elite level and 2012 was all about the London Olympics, and the second youngest competitor in the field being and came an incredible 8th place, running with the leaders until the final half of the run.

2014 was about the Commonwealth Games, placing 5th (first Australian) in the individual race and bronze in the Triathlon Team Relay event.

Recent Highlights

  • Winner at the 2017 Mooloolaba ITU Triathlon World Cup;
  • Winner at the 2017 Kinloch OTU Sprint Triathlon Oceania Championships;
  • 3 x World Cup podiums 2017
  • 5 x World Triathlon Series podium

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Mike Phillips | NZ Professional Triathlete

D.O.B: 03 / 01 / 1991
Resides: Christchurch NZ
Mike is a professional triathlete based in Christchurch, New Zealand, coached by the highly regarded John Hellemans. Coming from a background in short course ITU racing Mike transitioned to long distance triathlon in 2015, he has competed in 18 international Ironman/Challenge 70.3 & full events, finishing on the podium in 15 of them. 
Most recently, Mike competed at IRONMAN Barcelona, 30th September 2017 - where he came a close 2nd with the worlds quickest IRONMAN debut time of 7:52:50. This is the second fastest Kiwi Ironman time ever recorded & this result in Barcelona also gains him valuable points to qualify for Hawaii Ironman World Championships 2018. 
Mike spends his summers in Christchurch NZ, training and racing locally. In between training he also works part time as Structural Engineer at BAT Structures working on the Canterbury Re-build. During New Zealand winters Mike heads overseas to Europe for 3 months of intensive training & racing.

Dylan Mcneice | NZ Professional Triathlete

Year of birth: 1985
Height: 1.77m (5ft 10)
Weight: 72kg
Born: Christchurch, NEW ZEALAND
Education: Massey University: Bachelor of Business Studies - Marketing
Residence: Christchurch, New Zealand
Club: Canterbury Triathlon Club 
Coach: Tim Brazier 
Training grounds: Christchurch, NZ / Wanaka, NZ / Tustin, CA, USA /
Darmstadt, Germany / Girona, Spain
Started Triathlon: October 2004

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