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World Championships For Next Level Athletes

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We have 5 athletes headed to South Africa for Next weeks World 70.3 Championships and Phil Davies is a genuine chance of coming home with a medal as is Assistant coach Nathan Dortman.

Two weeks later 6 athletes will race at the ITU Age Group Worlds on the Gold Coast with Bill Thornbury, Phil Davies and Charles Ellis serious medal contenders. We wish them all the very best

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Coach Toby Leads The Way

Next Level Triathlon Coaching Home PageCoach Toby Leads The Way

With a dozen athletes racing at the Noosa running festival I was glad to be back to some better running form with a 1.21 half marathon closely followed by Deepak, Brian, Phil, and Luke. We set out to average 3.50 pace and I was happy to come in with a 3.49 average and mission accomplished. There were 6 personal records broken by Next Level Athletes and 4 podium finishers.

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Phil Davies takes it to The Next Level

Next Level Triathlon Coaching Home PagePhil Davies takes it to The Next Level

Congratulations to Phil Davies who has been unbeatable for the past 12 months winning all 16 triathlons he has raced from Sprint to 70.3 distance. Great achievement to receive the Qld age group triathlon of the year award in only his second full season of Triathlon. Next Stop World 70.3 and then the World Sprint and Olympic distance races in September where he will no doubt take it to the Next Level

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National OD Championships Mooloolaba

Next Level Triathlon Coaching Home PageNational OD Championships Mooloolaba

This year there was a quality field racing in the Olympic distance National Championships with double points on off for those athletes looking to qualify for the Australian Team to race at the Worlds in September.

Phil Davies was 1st, as he has been all season, in the 60-64 age category and will line up later in the year as a genuine medal contender. Hannah Hammill placed 3rd in the 15-19 age group and after a last minute entry I jagged 2nd place and maybe sufficient points from the one race to make the Australian team. There were another 14 Next Level athletes racing, some for the first time over the distance, and there were plenty of PR’s despite the tough conditions.

Next stop will be Port Macquarie where we will have 17 athletes racing the 70.3 and Ironman distance

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Western Sydney 70.3

Next Level Triathlon Coaching Home PageWestern Sydney 70.3

There were only 4 Next Level Athletes racing the Asia Pacific 70.3 Champs but they certainly performed well. Nathan Dortman continues to improve finishing 2nd in age with a 4.05 finishing time and 21st overall in a quality field. Brian Corff finished 2nd also in his age with a great PR and wife Kath continues to be impressive finishing 4th. Leah Bennetts also raced well securing a 1 hour PR and securing a World Champion slot along with the other three.