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251K Lincoln Road

Waitakere 0610

22B Cavendish Drive

Manukau 2104

4 Aranui Road

Auckland 1060

1 Wagener Place

Auckland 1025

Balance Sponsored Athlete: Pip Meo

Most recent/best competition results:
Ex New Zealand Football Fern and American Soccer Scholarship recipient. Now New Zealand Triathlete. Won New Zealand Tri Series for 30-34 age group. Qualified to represent New Zealand in the Olympic Distance World Champs and the 70.3 Half Ironman World Champs.

Where do you find inspiration to train and compete?

Triathlon is a very humbling sport. Some days your flying, some days you're a sack of potatoes. Learning to deal and cope with the ups and downs constantly tests my limits. I love it. There is something truly satisfying in pushing your limits and achieving what you didn't think was possible. My inspiration is my dad. For 15 years of my life I watched him fight cancer and not complain once. His favourite t - shirt he wore during chemo read; 'Every dam day, just do it.' So that's what I do.

Sports Supplem ents you take and when:
I take Balance Creatine before training. During training I take Balance Recover and Refuel.Post training I take Balance Natural Whey Chocolate & Balance Glutamine.
How did you get into this sport?
I missed out on the Olympics as a Football Fern and picked up a knee injury. I started swimming and was absolutely useless. I love a challenge so decided to teach myself how to swim by watching youtube videos. I figured triathlon is a sport where I would be in complete control of good I could be. Four years on I am coached by Olympic Triathlon coach Murray Healey edging myself closer to the dream.

Hardest part about being a Triathlete:
Trying to stay awake at work.

Best part about being a Triathlete:
The pain is brutal. It is the most bizarre love hate relationship. The physical and mental demands are ruthless but I swear lying on the finish line trying not to be sick; there is nothing more satisfying.

Upcoming events:
Olympic Distance World Champs Edmonton, Canada; 1st September.

70.3 World Champs Mont Treblant, Cana da; 7th September.

You can follow my progress on my blog

Words of wisdom for upcoming Triathletes out there:
In the famous words of Micheal Jackson; "Don't stop till you get enough."